The Terrorists Within

South Sudan’s Tribal Ascendancy

by Jada Pasquale Yengkopiong

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 23/01/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 186
ISBN : 9781504316552

About the Book

Unfortunately, most people in the region and in the world do not know or understand the South Sudan’s tribal politics. Worse still, many do not realize that terrorism continues to be a major challenge within the borders of this country with a population of just over twelve million and growing. In a fascinating narrative, Jada Pasquale Yengkopiong provides a historical perspective on the genocide occurring at the hands of terrorists in an often-hidden region of the world. Throughout his presentation interspersed with facts and perspectives, Yengkopiong explains the actions of Salva Kiir and his tribal regime in December 2013 and again in July 2016 during the brutal tribal wars in Juba and other parts of South Sudan. He reveals the hidden reasons for signing the peace agreements on 26 August 2015 and 12 September 2018. Yengkopiong uncovers the intentions of the Dinka tribal regime to dominate every aspect of South Sudan. By documenting the acts of the tribal leadership, Yengkopiong shines a light on a region of suffering that needs attention and care from the rest of the world if it is going to survive. The Terrorists Within shares an interesting yet frightening look at terrorism while revealing the truths about South Sudan’s tribal politics.

About the Author

Jada Pasquale Yengkopiong was born in Juba, South Sudan. After he completed at Rejaf East Primary School, St. Martin de Porres Intermediate School, and Comboni Secondary School, Juba, Jada graduated with the General Certificate of Education from the University of London. He joined Makerere High School in Kampala and graduated with a Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education. Jada was admitted to the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. Jada was an eyewitness to the hideous killing of South Sudanese on 15 December 2013 in Juba. He is the author of The Golgotha: South Sudan 15 December 2013, the book that took the world by storm, splitting open the atoms of tribal politics in South Sudan. Jada is asking the people of the world to not ignore the tribal politics of South Sudan. He also asks that those involved in crimes against humanity account for their actions. In this way, peace will prevail in South Sudan for generations.