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Saturday, 28 May 2011

Notes on Foreign Policy Trends of Southern Sudan; Politican and Military Organizations& Parties (1940-1972)

Excerpts from a paper prepared by John G. Nuot Yoh

...In December 1960, it was alleged that a big plot to arrest all the remaining Southern
politicians was disclosed. As a result, a considerable number of Southern politicians who
were in the South at the time crossed to East Africa.

Those who fled to Leopoldville (Kanshasa), included: Joseph H. Oduho, Ferdinand
Adiang, Fr. Saturnino Lohure, Nathaniel O’yet, Pancrasio Ochieng, Marko Rume, Alexis
Mbale Yongo and a year later, they were joined by William Deng Nhial, who fled from
Kapoeta where he was working as Assistant Administrative Commissioner...
http://johnyoh.com/pdf/Foreign%20policy%20trends%20in%20Southern%20Sudan.pdf?PHPSESSID=r1femrjaitc5ennhn2jls9o4q4

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