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Juba says it will deport foreign nationals working illegally

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July 1, 2013 (JUBA) - Illegal foreign workers in South Sudan, mostly from neigbouring East African countries, are fast running out of time to complete regularising their status, the government in Juba warned.

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An Ugandan trader (R) sells onions to a customer at a vegetable market in southern Sudan’s capital Juba (file photo/Reuters)

If they fail to do so, the foreign workers risk being deported, according to an administrative circular from the ministry of interior affairs on Monday.

The order, which follows similar instructions issued by the ministry last year, gives all foreign workers a grace period of three months to regularise their residency or else risk being removed from the country to avoid being prosecuted or jailed and fined.

South Sudan’s ministry of interior estimates that there are more than 2.5 million illegal foreign workers in the country, mainly from neigbouring countries such as Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Sudan. South Sudan also hosts foreign workers from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Eritrea.

Furthermore, over 130,000 Sudanese have been forced to seek refugee in South Sudan due to the conflicts in South Kordofan and Blue Nile.

Officials at immigration department in the ministry of interior say that around 120,000 people have adjusted their status since the beginning of the year.

With many foreigners desperate to work in the world’s youngest nation, sponsoring expatriates has become a lucrative business for some in South Sudan. But under the new rules workers can be employed only by their own sponsors.

President Salva Kiir Mayardit last month decried the mushrooming of foreign nationals, saying that jobs such as cleaning and housekeeping and driving vehicles can be performed by South Sudanese.

Some foreign nationals working in Juba have expressed a desire to continue working in the hope that their countries enter into discussions with the government of South Sudan to issue them legal documents.

"I’m trying to renew my passport because I am interested in working in this country. I’ve provided fingerprints and obtained a travel document, in case I don’t get my passport ready in time," Moses Wangairu, a Kenyan national told Sudan Tribune at South Sudan hotel on Monday.

Moses Kayumbo, a Rwandan national said he has a travel document but said others were desperately waiting to finalise his documents.

"There are still hundreds of us waiting here for consular formalities. And once completed, the paperwork has to go to the immigration authorities and the labour ministry" Kayumbo said.

Many foreign workers are worried that they will be arrested if they fail to acquire the correct paperwork in time.

Acting labour and public service minister, Kwong Danhier Gatluak, said the ministry had put in place mechanisms together with the national ministry of interior to scrutinise foreign nationals wanting to enter the country for work.

He said the draft of the new act currently being developed by the ministry aims to reduce the number of foreign workers to create jobs for millions of unemployed South Sudanese.

"This will help reorganise the labour market to promote the work of South Sudanese and protect foreign workers from the abuse of sponsors", he said.

However, he warned that the massive departure of tens of thousands of workers will "negatively impact business", pointing out that some sectors, including construction, "are not attractive for South Sudanese people" who want better paid positions.

He said the labour ministry should reduce the number of foreign workers by 60%, if the campaign is to be successful.

(ST)

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  • 2 July 2013 06:52, by Dau-network

    They must to follow South Sudan trading regulations otherwise let them face their negligence.

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    • 2 July 2013 08:27, by Kedo

      ADVICE: Do something for yourself. Don’t waste your time talking politics while others are enjoying their lives with money without politics. See how this Sudanese poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling accident cars, Very interesting idea. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the methods and companies that she was using to do that (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) Wake Up Africans

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    • 2 July 2013 09:26, by Simon Puok Nyang Tutjiek

      Congratulation Danhiel Gatluak but still this Country needs foreigners eagerly.

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    • 3 July 2013 01:26, by Dau-network

      "Only DON’T TOUCH me people"or KOKORA group will likes chasing away of our neighbours but NAATH and MONYJANG are happy with foreigners as a part of their cultures to welcoming any newcomers and included them as family members. some Turkans in Jonglei now have been registered in sub-clans as theirs. Though Am pro-NYAMNYAM,l don’t likes their culture of exclusive but l wish them to take leadershim.

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  • 2 July 2013 06:59, by wang

    That deportation should be started it with Kiir to his homeland, Ethiopia and following by those other specifically from E. Africa… 2.6 million illegal migrates are the reasons why the crimes have been so high in Juba and other areas as well. The RSS also should leave those 130,000 Sudanese that were forced from their home by AL Bashir’s regime because of their darkness skins to lives in South til

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    • 2 July 2013 08:27, by Kedo

      ADVICE: Do something for yourself. Don’t waste your time talking politics while others are enjoying their lives with money without politics. See how this Sudanese poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling accident cars, Very interesting idea. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the methods and companies that she was using to do that (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) Wake Up Africans

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    • 2 July 2013 08:51, by Mayom County Boy

      this is a good news to every body who is citizen of Republic of south sudan.when did deportation will be started ? iam fearing this may cause different policy that may affected our communities who are staying out side of other africans countries

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      • 2 July 2013 09:49, by Tore Lo’bet

        We South Sudanese should set a permanent system of controlling the stay of any foreign in our country and safeguard the employment opportunities of our people in their nation. It is not that when the deportation gonna start and hw it gonna be. South Sudanese are capable of organizing their country to the level of those world organized countries. We are not against any foreigner but this home org.

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    • 3 July 2013 07:22, by Ding Ding

      Wang, you are crazy in this world have you read history concerning Dinka immigrant,in Ethiophia the same your tribe who are there, in Gambella,Dinka are the orgin of what so call Sudan if you talk of nilotics, yes you can find them ever were in Africa

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  • 2 July 2013 06:59, by wang

    The RSS also should leave those 130,000 Sudanese that were forced from their home by AL Bashir’s regime because of their darkness skins to lives in South till the thing are settle down b/t Khartoum and rebels.

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  • 2 July 2013 07:08, by SPLA

    The GOSS should be care ful in carrying out this, otherwise these countries will retaliate and may affect relations. Watch out.

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    • 3 July 2013 06:22, by Below the Law

      Spla
      even in your house mr spla there are regulations and limitations. you can not manage to entertain 100 visitors for a week leave a month, and by regulating number and purpose of your vistors, no nighbour can take you negatively, you r managing your affairs as the neighbour could do if he falls in the shoes. no country will take us wrong by regulating residency of foriegners. i don’t agree with you.

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    • 3 July 2013 07:31, by Ding Ding

      SPLA, you are right but one thing they should understand is that, South Sudanese are not working in their countries only they rent, so it should not be political issue.if I stay in Kenya, Uganda, Ethiophia and other countries illegal, what do you think can happen to me? the law can be apply on me and if I am working illegal the same thing, they must go or give chance to our youth.

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  • 2 July 2013 07:10, by Zecharia Malong

    Dear commentators, what is your views concerning the foreign workers who have occupied the work of our citizens in our own nation?
    Look,the number of foreigners in the country is about 2.5 million who have entered in without legal documents.
    Should the deduction by 60% is enough? For me, I disagree!

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    • 2 July 2013 10:53, by Dau-network

      Malong. Our people don’t like to do dirties and heavy jobs but we always blaming foreigners for unwanted jobs.
      We need them to registered and stay in otherwise our country would face skillfulstaff shortage as we know that our degrees , masters and PHDs without experience is a "EMPTY "
      As Dr Garang used to said that "THEORY WITHOUT PRACTICAL is an EMPTY" and PRACTICAL WITHOUT THEORY is a "Blind"

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  • 2 July 2013 07:11, by Good South Sudanese

    To all Eastern Africans neighbors,
    Such moves by the Ministry of Interior of South Sudan is a big shame. But don’t worry because such a move will only be issued by a fool and bad guy. Not all or even most South Sudanese agree with those drunkards who forgot that our own existence as the new nation of South Sudan came about because of the full support from our dear brotherly neighbors from UG andK

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  • 2 July 2013 07:15, by SPLA

    If countries like Uganda and Kenya close their borders what will happen to ss? We shall suffer guys. These people are not criminals, we are causing our own insecurity don’t blame foregners. We don’t want dirty jobs as s sudanese. We want white collar jobs for which most of us are not qualified.

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    • 2 July 2013 07:28, by wang

      SPLA
      We are talking about the illegal not the legal migrates that were invited by our govt to do the white collar jobs and trains our people…2.6 million illegal + x legal migrates= 5 million foreign living in the South Sudan…in a next five-ten years, the foreign will be the majority in this country, combines both Dinka and Nuer

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    • 2 July 2013 07:36, by Nyesi Ta

      Juba is going to picnic in the grave yard if it ever deports East Africans. East Africa is South Sudan’s bread basket, it will be stupid to make such a move when we are not producing local food to feed ourselves, not only that, but what about the proposed pipeline to run through East Africa. What is the foreign policy of the government in Juba.

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      • 2 July 2013 12:23, by Tore Lo’bet

        Nyesi Ta & other; think vast..the registration of foreigners basically is not to deport foreigners including E Africans from SS, But to screen and identify those who deserve from those who don’t deserve to reside and work in South. Do you know that the very borders of E.Africa, Congo, and Ethiopia are leting in foreigners of different types. These intruders into our country includes thiefs, robber

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        • 2 July 2013 12:32, by Tore Lo’bet

          .....prostitutes, and murderers and very many criminals more than the qualified group of people from these countries u proclaimed to be helping this country technically. Many of u need to know that we South Sudanese are few (8-10 million people)and our resources are four times much more enough each and every one of us irrespective of who is illiterate; don’t contribute, corrupt, like collar jobs,.

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          • 2 July 2013 12:40, by Tore Lo’bet

            .....what is very important is we have to organize ourselves and our home country. Register all non South Sudanese and leave all those who are legal and deserve to stay and send back all those who don’t deserve to stay. For example, there are many of these foreign national working in sex businesses..what are they contributing to this country?...

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            • 2 July 2013 13:11, by Tore Lo’bet

              .....Fellow S Sudanese should not be inferior by thinking that only foriegners are contribute much in keeping up this country..If there are local weaknesses in terms of technical know-how or politics, etc, it should be talk about independently...We are the people who remain un organized in the whole world b’cos we think we cann’t do it by ourselves. Wake South Sudanese!!!!

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    • 2 July 2013 08:10, by Simbaya Afrika

      You should first read the article well and then comment. Don’t hurry like a small blind dog who cannot see for some weeks if not months. There is a different b/n illegal and legal, somebody already explained that. What language should we use here????? geee!!

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    • 2 July 2013 14:27, by moto

      FAKE SPLA,THAT IS TOTALLY WRONG,WERE DO YOU THINK THIS PEOPLE WHO ARE NOT QUALIFIED WILL LEARN? IT IS IMPOSSIBLE IF YOU ARE NOT FOOL FOR THE OUR JOBS TO BE TAKEN AWAY BY FOREIGNERS.WE ARE NOT AGAINST THEIR STAY OR THEIR BUSINESS.

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  • 2 July 2013 07:16, by Good South Sudanese

    We the ordinary people of South Sudan Republic love you our neighbors, we may not support those who come here to practice crimes, but we should not generalize. We will support you guys as the people, and if possible, remove such stupid guys from the said ministry because we don’t want any bad relationship with our brothers from East Africa. Remember, many South Sudanese refugees are still in Ke, U

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  • 2 July 2013 07:16, by munene

    what a great lia from the ministry, its too late to think that way cuz it will never succeed since most of them have big p’ple that shall depend them by saying this my person. I therefore doubt it implementation, hwever its a good step from the gov’t of minority.

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  • 2 July 2013 07:26, by munene

    even kiir have some foreigners at home, hw ever that is great lia! They will never implement it

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  • 2 July 2013 07:53, by Jalaby

    Well, thieves in Juba can deport any foreigner from neighboring African countries except for Arab/Jalaba, no one will dare to touch them, do you know why?!
    Because Abel Alier said it long time ago that "we (Jonobean) need to have shimaleen (Arab/Jalaba) living in the middle between us otherwise we can’t make it because we (Jonobean) like a glass that can’t stay

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    • 2 July 2013 08:00, by Jalaby

      together without a mediator in the middle otherwise it will break into pieces"
      Absolutely Mr. Alier is 100% correct and I can’t agree with him anymore because if you look into the current situation in the south then it can speak about itself and the mess is everywhere and Jonobean are killing each others so badly for unknown reason and that remains a big puzzle!

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      • 2 July 2013 08:07, by Jalaby

        More importantly, Arab/Jalaba are considered to be the hard core of trading system in the south and there is no way that you can replace them with Ugandans/Kenyans traders because they’re not so clever in business like them and not honest like them either, Ugandans/Kenyans can easily fool Jonobean and of course Jonobean hate to death any one who fools them!

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        • 2 July 2013 08:16, by Jalaby

          Arab/Jalaba can bring the bean "Al-Foul" - Foul Al-Selaim, the big one and that can only be planted in far north of Sudan because of the weather and can’t be planted in the south or Uganda/Kenya, only far north in Sudan, and you all know that Jonobean can’t really resist Foul with cheese "Foul Bel-Jebna" with sesame oil under cloudy and beautiful weather!

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          • 2 July 2013 08:41, by Jalaby

            In the other hand, no one in north Sudan can deport Jonobean who are living there no matter what you can see after separation the relationship between north and south was so hostile and unfriendly at all and about to reach a comprehensive war between them when thieves decided to occupy Heglig after visionless Kiir fooled Bashir

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            • 2 July 2013 08:49, by Jalaby

              when he sent him a letter with Pagan Amum inviting Bashir to come to Juba to discuss dispute issues and find a possible solution and then he occupied Heglig just the day after!
              I’m still wondering, how visionless Kiir was able to fool Bashir?!
              Despite all that ugly relationship between the two Sudan(s) but no one ever deported Jonobean to south, do you know why?

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              • 2 July 2013 09:00, by Jalaby

                Because the bond and interference between the two nations are strong enough to be contained by splitting Sudan apart, the elite southerners (who majority of them are thieves unfortunately) fooled the ordinary southerner citizen and promised them falsely to make them live in paradise as soon as they separate from Arab/Jalaba but unfortunately they made them living

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                • 2 July 2013 09:06, by Jalaby

                  in a hell instead of paradise and stole their money during the daylight and left Jonobean fie of hunger and diseases!
                  Well, you see those Jonobean who left Sudan voluntarily to South Sudan, they went to the south to see by their naked eyes how ugly the situation in there and then they’ll come back to Sudan again, that’s the only reason why they went there!

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                  • 2 July 2013 09:17, by Jalaby

                    Ironically, Jonobean migration to north (Sudan) is so connected to the flow of the oil from south to Sudan, the thing is: the more south oil flows north the more Jonobean migration to north you get!
                    Of course that’s for a meaningful reason, the more oil flows north the more thieves you get in the south and more development you get in Sudan!

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                    • 2 July 2013 10:39, by Uncle J

                      Is this nigga blind mr. Jalaby? how come he always write in highlighted color? if u think your writings stand out coz of highlighting too bad am not your fan partner!!!!

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      • 2 July 2013 08:22, by wang

        Jalaby
        Stop making up your usual lairs… when the Arab have become harder workers than those stronger people on earth living in South? Against those 130,000 North Sudanese were those forced from their home by that criminal of yours AL Bashir’s regime because of their darkness skins…? They do not come to South through their wills and they can return back to North anytime when thing settling down b/t

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        • 2 July 2013 08:23, by wang

          They do not come to South through their wills and they can return back to North anytime when thing settling down b/t your criminal govt and rebels…

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    • 2 July 2013 08:25, by Kalo

      Jalaba Abojalabia,Jalabas are the virus of the all problems in the RSS,they should be first deported to their land,if not they will bring the terrorist in the South Sudan like Somalia,Pakistan,Iraq and Afghanistan
      The son of Nuba.

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    • 2 July 2013 08:35, by Nuer Empire

      Foreigners should go back to their countries esecially those that were invited by corruption Engineer for sex.Prostitution is a big crime,but thieves or looting Engineers are going to die.700,000 people are believed to be HIV +ve in Khartoum.Prostitution is very common in East Africa and Khartoum.Gayism is one way of prostitution.
      The Nuer Empire

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      • 2 July 2013 08:59, by Northern Sudanese

        hahahahaha listen up nuer whore!
        the damn fake report said 70,000 yesterday, even if that was, as of 2010 there were 140,000 south sudanese hiv affected, not just positive! loool

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  • 2 July 2013 07:56, by John The President

    Hey guys wake-up, the matter here is about those who do not posses relevant documents but working.

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  • 2 July 2013 08:06, by Simbaya Afrika

    "However, he warned that the massive departure of tens of thousands of workers will "negatively impact business",
    People like this guy are the one who hire illegal workers in South Sudan without the consent of government in South Sudan. How do you know that we cannot perform some other jobs such as construction etcetera?

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  • 2 July 2013 08:15, by Good South Sudanese

    GUYS GUYS GUYS, let us just short-cut all these troubles, and unite Sudan again. Con-federalism will solve all these problems, not only in SS but all over Sudan, and get back our former position of being the biggest country in Africa with freedom to rule this time around. No junubi or Shamali should suffer any more.

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    • 2 July 2013 09:00, by Northern Sudanese

      Good South Sudanese
      thats a good idea :) thats the new sudan which garang always wanted!

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  • 2 July 2013 08:26, by Kedo

    ADVICE: Do something for yourself. Don’t waste your time talking politics while others are enjoying their lives with money without politics. See how this Sudanese poor woman became a millionaire just by buying and selling accident cars, Very interesting idea. Go to (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) to see the methods and companies that she was using to do that (ACCIDENTEDCARS.COM) Wake Up Africans

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    • 2 July 2013 08:34, by wang

      Kedo
      I think you must be that poor businesswomen who do not want herself to has anything or associate with politics...

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      • 3 July 2013 00:22, by panom lualbil

        "All NUEERRRRRR" must have to leave our Country to N Sudan and Gabella in ETHIOPIA where they belong. The are militia of Khartoum mixed with those of Gabella and are still in use by Mr. Bushier to steal things from us.

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  • 2 July 2013 08:55, by Chris Adok

    They should deport those criminal who do not respect the law of the land.

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  • 2 July 2013 08:58, by ahme adam

    You should as well prevent Southern Sudanese from immigrating to North Sudan, the South Sudanese again in Khartoum selling cigarettes and looting some shops and people!

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    • 2 July 2013 09:04, by Northern Sudanese

      Yea some of them are bad but believe, the south sudanese in Khartoum are really good people. they are used to our culture and have fit into our society specially in work and universities. sooner or later the 2 countries will reunite under a confederal system where no particular group controls the country and religion stays away from politics

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  • 2 July 2013 09:03, by Uncle J

    For the first time I came to Juba this year, I was so disappointed to find some of flight centers being owned by Arabs still operate on Arabic as the only language spoken in the offices while we have English as the first official language. Such businesses should get driven out of our country. They should start with Arabs illegal workers then East African illegal workers to go

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    • 2 July 2013 09:05, by Northern Sudanese

      Uncle J
      please, if you were to deport a few arabs then we are to deport nearly a million southerners from sudan :) + please, sooner or later we will reunite anyway so you better leave things as they are for now :)

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      • 2 July 2013 09:22, by Uncle J

        In your dream brother, we will never reunite again. If all Southerners hate Khartoum the way I hate it, then non from the South should still be in your country.

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        • 2 July 2013 09:32, by Uncle J

          ...what reunite are you hoping for? when Darfur, Southern Kordufan and Blue Nile will soon split to join South. what will be left with u true arabs is the desert spot.

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          • 2 July 2013 09:55, by Northern Sudanese

            Uncle J
            you split because you hated Islam, well all those in Darfur south kordofan and blue nile have pride of their land! just because there are some rebels fighting there doesn’t mean the region wants to split,no1 demands to be part of south sudan. what has your land to offer? you are nothing but a landlocked shithole unable to feed halve your people, 90% in poverty, highest illiteracy rate ect

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            • 2 July 2013 10:06, by Uncle J

              we are illiterate because of your unbiased arab policies in the past. We were treated as if we are not the native owners of the land. The same policies have been and still going on and that’s why the states I have mentioned will one day split to South. Home is home man even if it doesn’t feel homely the way u think we are still proud of it. Freedom of believe and land reclamation were our motives.

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              • 2 July 2013 11:41, by Northern Sudanese

                Uncle J
                you aren’t illiterate because of war, you are illiterate because you never like school :) all the other regions are muslims and have pride in their land and they all go to schools like human beings,you thought that you would own sudan after taking much of the oil but in fact you can’t even afford yourself a living! keep on dreaming, all those regions will be sudan forever, long live sudan

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          • 2 July 2013 19:41, by Oppressor

            Uncle shit u are the most poor & hopeless layman in south haaa haaa haaaa ur Masters Arabs every where in Africa so go ahead bark like a dog .. we don’t want any kind of relation with Janubeen let them a lone we had enough of unity they are cancer & we got rid of it..

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        • 2 July 2013 10:00, by Northern Sudanese

          Uncle J
          I am speaking for your benefit, also we all know your oil will finish in 2020 am trying to forgive you. you have been fooled by your leaders, you expected a paradise and ended up having a landlocked hell. tell me one major development since you had independence, can you name any other than so called freedom lol?

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          • 2 July 2013 10:16, by Uncle J

            North Sudan,
            Juba is now a city three times ahead of Khartoum in development and everything. Kampala as well from landlocked country Uganda can never be compared with your city. I never been to Khartoum but I what I can see on the TV is all dusty dusk more like pigmies village. How come u people still live in mud caves and still called Khartoum a city? that is a terrible shame

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            • 2 July 2013 11:44, by Northern Sudanese

              Uncle J
              hahahaha are you fucking blind???? Khartoum is a city full of skyscrapers and roads ect..... in juba you don’t have a single tower , more than 93% of your people live in huts! khartoum has both poor and rich neighborhoods like any other capital in africa! please tell me, in what way is juba ahead????? khartoum has 9 bridges and 3 u/c towers u/c everywhere

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            • 2 July 2013 11:47, by Northern Sudanese

              Uncle J
              you got the mentality to compare khartoum to kampala and juba????????? hey dude you need an urgent doctor, kampala only looks green because of the landscape, other than that it has nothing :)
              please dude, you don’t even have a city , i don’t want to bash ugandans but they don’t have a city either!

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            • 2 July 2013 11:54, by Northern Sudanese

              this is khartoum you dumb fuck, big village way below kampala hahahahah get back to your hut
              http://i1172.photobucket.com/albums/r579/abdel37/Khartoum/5unsbr_zpscc43fb2d.jpg

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                • 2 July 2013 12:54, by Uncle J

                  Anyway I don’t blame u for calling few town houses in Khartoum as skyscrapers you never been to western world to see what skyscraper looks like. For 21 years your government was using the resources of the whole country to deform the shape of Khartoum but still nothing look impressive. Juba is my city and am proud of it wait for the next 5 years you will see y it’s three time ahead of khartoum

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                  • 2 July 2013 16:10, by Northern Sudanese

                    Uncle J
                    hahahahan listen up dude, the truth hurts and everybody knows that! Khartoum is better than all of your shithole and for your info, it started developing properly on recently from 2004-current, cement production will reach more than 12 million tonnes by next year supporting construction boom. we might not be new york but definately better than most cities in the continent

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                  • 2 July 2013 16:13, by Northern Sudanese

                    Uncle J
                    town houses????? hey dude your either blind or your a retard :) at first you said juba is 3 times better now your saying it will be better in 5 years?
                    lmao urine drinker, go learn how to built normal houses.... then talk about skyscrapers! Khartoum is known for becoming a metropolis which it already is at african standards :)
                    even el fashir darfur is better than juba :D

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                  • 2 July 2013 16:16, by Northern Sudanese

                    Uncle J
                    if you call 25-35 floor buildings ’’town houses’’ then can you tell me what those huts in juba and mini buildings in kampala are ? :)

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                    • 3 July 2013 03:40, by Uncle J

                      Hey brother, instead of New York, just check out the city of Melbourne view on google image* that’s how a city should look like. So stop beating around the bush claiming Khartoum is a city.

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              • 2 July 2013 12:29, by Nibs

                Only an idiot with zero critical thinking would want to be a Muslim. Only ladies are good in that damn violence crap called Islam.

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                • 2 July 2013 12:48, by Northern Sudanese

                  Nibs
                  your right, its so bad to be a muslim , i would rather join your culture and enjoy showering under cow urine and sticking my tongue deep inside a cows ass :)
                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tRzM2tZFng
                  Islam is bad, lets all become south sudanese and enjoy urine showers hahahahaha

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                  • 2 July 2013 13:21, by Uncle J

                    So which one is better? is it that culture of yours where u used your hands to wash the poo off your ass then used the same hands to prepare food? you eat your own feces that’s what the Islamic culture is all about

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                    • 2 July 2013 13:37, by Northern Sudanese

                      foolish uncle
                      in our culture, you always clean the dirt with your left hand and then you clean both your hands with water and soap. we always eat with right hand, thats a rule in Islam. far better than sticking your tongue deep inside a cows ass eating its shit, a know your the dumbest people on earth no need to prove it :)south sudanese don’t have toilet services so you never clean yourselves :)

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                      • 2 July 2013 14:04, by Uncle J

                        I never saw a muslim lady preparing food with one hand only, she prepares the food with both hands, that’s why every time I want to eat what comes to my mind before I enter into a muslim restruant is that hand they used to wash their buts then prepare food with that. Only for those people (white folks) who do not know your culture can enjoy eating your food

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                        • 2 July 2013 16:06, by Northern Sudanese

                          Uncle J
                          just to make everything clear, we wash our hands with water and soap which leaves nothing of that crap left, unlike you who don’t even have toilet facilities :D
                          80% of the food in South Sudan is coming from sudan, you still fully depend on us so if we decided to poison you you will all fucking die :D

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            • 2 July 2013 12:08, by Jalaby

              Uncle J,
              You need to go to school and learn English first before filling this forum with your garbage language because your English is so poor and you’re writing rubbish!

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              • 2 July 2013 12:36, by Nibs

                Jallaba, so you think your English of describing people as ’inadequate’ is more superior?! Your English is more pathetic.

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                • 2 July 2013 14:55, by moto

                  NIBS
                  I DO AGREE WITH YOU EVEN JALABY HIMSELF DOSEN,T KNOW ENGLISH.LOOK WHAT HE HAS SAID THE OTHER TIME CALLING KIIR AS INADEQUATE PRESIDENT.THAT WAS MY FIRST TIME TO HEARD FROM HIM CALLING HUMAN BEING INADEQUATE OR WE CAN NOT BLAME HIM ENGLISH DIE BEHIND CLOSED DOOR IN KHARTOUM.ANYWAY THIS ARE POLITICAL MANOEUVRES,AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF LOCUST.

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                • 2 July 2013 15:29, by Uncle J

                  Guess what Jalaby does? he one-off pays for internet in the café then write shit stuffs in harry and never come back to reply what others wrote on his comment coz he can’t afford it the same day. Man I feel sorry for you living in the 3rd world

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                • 2 July 2013 15:29, by Uncle J

                  Guess what Jalaby does? he one-off pays for internet in the café then write shit stuffs in harry and never come back to reply what others wrote on his comment coz he can’t afford it the same day. Man I feel sorry for you living in the 3rd world

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                  • 2 July 2013 16:34, by Northern Sudanese

                    Uncle J
                    Jalaby has brains, he doesn’t waste his time with illiterate whores. he has a job, a life. he is educated and probably finished his degree long time ago . is now enjoying life.
                    yes we live in the 3rd world, at least we can live in our own country. you will remain for the rest of your life begging in america with no pride. I feel sorry for you. poor whore.

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                    • 3 July 2013 04:00, by Uncle J

                      North Msudi,
                      Now we have a black president so it’s not old America you think, we hold top jobs up here and it will never be a surprise one day to see a South Sudanese-American being the next black president or if I become a president in the South I will squeeze your knuckles just like how president Mseveni in Uganda is doing it. A dictator for Arabs race is brilliant job

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              • 2 July 2013 12:47, by Uncle J

                hahaha you think so mr. Jalaby, u reckon for the 10 years I have been living in America is a wasted on no learning. Keep your assumption that u are a Linguistic on this gaiety website . Anyway I don’t blame u it is because you are less advantaged Arabs that’s why u can’t tell what I am speaking

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                • 2 July 2013 12:51, by Northern Sudanese

                  Uncle J
                  ’’ for the 10 years I have been living in America is a wasted on no learning’’
                  ’’. Keep your assumption that u are a Linguistic on this gaiety website’’
                  ’’ it is because you are less advantaged Arabs’’
                  ’’u can’t tell what I am speaking’’
                  your clearly illiterate, never mind , over 70% of your people are :) highest global illiteracy rate is in landlocked south sudan hahahaha

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                  • 2 July 2013 13:13, by Uncle J

                    hey dogg take it easy, if we were really illiterate we couldn’t have liberated our new country through negotiation. How come your president Bashir always need an interpreter to pass his message across in English if it wasn’t illiteracy level. And if Bashir can’t speak English then the whole country is like that

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                    • 2 July 2013 13:43, by Northern Sudanese

                      Uncle J
                      hahaha you fucking bitch, in what language am I speaking to you right now? spanish??? loool your so dumb, your more of a kid than an uncle :D yes may be 23% of your people are literate but 77% are illiterate :) highest illiteracy rate in the world!
                      english is not our first language, I can get tons of global presidents having interpreters from the most developed to the poorest countries

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                      • 2 July 2013 15:14, by Nibs

                        Northern asshole,
                        English doesn’t have to be your first language for you to write or speak it eloquently. All you’ve to do is go back to class right away. It’s very unfortunate that intellectuals can share a forum with illiterate gay deadhead like you. Emoticons, are means for twitter, facebook, texting pals.

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                        • 2 July 2013 16:24, by Northern Sudanese

                          Nibs
                          hahahahah your a south sudan, and your calling me a muslim gay??? listen up bitch, why don’t you just move your dirty ass away back to that landlocked shihtole to enjoy your urine shower :)
                          hahahaha calling me illiterate you homosexual fuck??? your landlocked shithole has the highest illiteracy rate in the world, most of your family is illiterate :)

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                          • 2 July 2013 16:55, by Nibs

                            Northern asshole,
                            When i said emoticons, i means symbols like; :). It a known fact that Muslim are gays, it’s what they inherit from that embicile stubborn child molester called mohamed. If you’re not aware of massive homosexuality in Sudan then you’ve either surpassed stupidity or you’re plain lunatic. I only like Muslim girl(Arab), they’re more liberal. Guys with brains don’t laugh ’hahaha’ ...

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                            • 2 July 2013 17:00, by Nibs

                              ...but LOL or LMAO. Fortunately you’re brainless asshole.

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                              • 2 July 2013 18:10, by Northern Sudanese

                                Nibshit
                                hahahha your spreading imaginations and yet have the mentality to call me brainless? why?do you see me showering under urine with my mum or sticking my tongue deep inside a cows ass?
                                dude please, spare me your life stories. I know your gay, sudan is one of the few countries where being gay leads to death penalty. others are iran,saudi arabia,mauritania, somalia,northern nigeria and yemen

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                            • 2 July 2013 18:02, by Northern Sudanese

                              Nibshit
                              I can see the level of stupidity and illiteracy which you are suffering from. gays and homosexuals don’t exist in sudan kid, try something else though :) just because your country is full of them doesn’t mean we have them. In Islamic countries, gays get killed. you need urgent medical help, your mixing your imaginations with real life. stop it and go enjoy your urine shower you gay boy :)

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                              • 2 July 2013 20:29, by Nibs

                                Illiterate Abdrahim,
                                When i said, you’ve very little education, you go all the way to prove me right. And you still laugh ’haha’! Thank for proving your lunacy, you’ve no competitor at all. Look at this sample of your comments; " hahaha your a south sudan..." which nursery school did you went to?......

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                                • 2 July 2013 20:43, by Nibs

                                  ... You’re world class illiterate. Bashit has no wife, he is a gay. Unless you’re his 1st lady.

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  • 2 July 2013 09:14, by Deng Chol Malual

    Both offices of immigration where visas are issued and labor where work permits are allotted; should not think they are increasing government revenues by collecting fees from 2.5 million migrants who are not tax 10% - 15% monthly.
    Note that there is more revenues when 2.5 million nationals employed and tax monthly, plus national saving for investment. "Never try never know" answered skills queries

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    • 2 July 2013 15:54, by Nuer Empire

      Foreigners should go back to their countries esecially those that were invited by corruption Engineer for sex.Prostitution is a big crime,but thieves or looting Engineers are going to die.700,000 people are believed to be HIV +ve in Khartoum.Prostitution is very common in East Africa and Khartoum.Gayism is one way of prostitution.
      The Nuer Empire

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  • 2 July 2013 12:17, by Thon de Agok

    How possible will that be? impossible dream. You find them all over, riding boda-boda, cleaning roads, bamboo-fencing people plots, quacks in the medical field poisoning our own people, building both tukuls and concrete houses, in water-vehicle supplying water etc yet our own people are very lazy sitting on da roadside gossiping and taking tea, yearning to get white collar jobs as if they earned i

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  • 2 July 2013 13:44, by SPLA

    The GOSS and s sudanese should be ready to face the consequences of their reckless policy on deportation. The neighbouring countries will punish S.S by closing borders and trade. International relationship with our neighbours should be handled with care. We mus use diplomacy not act recklessily.

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  • 2 July 2013 16:24, by Nyathony Balloo.

    wow! very positive step for the Republic of s.Sudan if he do so it will make sen Evey one of us know these story about the east Africa communities they are not suppose to stay with people a tall Arab are bit good compared to them.they are teaching us how steels how to cheat the peoples so how even if the s.Sudan govt direct to deport them ,them go to their origin country,lets them go and dies ther

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  • 2 July 2013 16:25, by Equatorian

    I don’t see anything wrong with deporting foreigners working illegally in the country, but the government should be careful in implementing such decisions because south Sudan needs the east African countries for strategic reasons. Remember our enemy is still at large and we need the support of every single country we can get. therefore the government should implement the decision in a way that....

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    • 2 July 2013 16:36, by Equatorian

      that will not affect our foreign policy, remember it is a high time for south Sudan to be conscious of any decisions it takes because we need to know that we are landlocked and we depend entirely on the countries like Uganda, Kenya etc for our imports because we don’t produce anything and again our military hard wares come through their territories. so we need to sacrifice a lamb to get a bull

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  • 2 July 2013 21:19, by ahme adam

    English was never the language of Southern Sudanese but because south Sudanese have no history unlike northern Sudanese that’s why they adopted English as a main language even in England welsh refuse to speak English , every country in the world has its own language French, German, Russian, Hebrew , Chinese, Cantonese , Portigues etc unfortunately Southern Sudanese speak the language of Uncle Tom

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  • 3 July 2013 11:45, by JOKDITDA

    Thanks to the person who brought up this,to me deporting is in human but telling their embassies about the crimes the foreigners are doing in juba would make sense and automatically will make them go back to their countries because you do not come to some one country to steal and robber people another thing is making business of no valves like selling of sugarcane on the street and other useless b

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