Aldo Deng Akuei accused the ruling elites and their supporters of supporting violence within South Sudanese communities. Aldo says, 'now single chief has ever led a fight against another community in recent years, but the armed groups whose support can be traced to the powerful elites'.
- Aldo Ajou accused the ruling elites in South Sudan of supporting violence
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Aldo Ajou Deng Akuei joined Sudanese politics in 1967, but he became a Jieng Council of Elders in recent years. JCE is seen by many as an organisation promoting Dinka (Jieng) dominant or supporting the Government of President Kiir Mayardit, but Aldo disagrees with such assertions. While Aldo Ajou is not blaming President Kiir for the Government's failures, he points fingers at the ruling elites and their supporters. As the Jieng Council of Elders spokesperson, he calls for implementing the National Dialogue's recommendations.