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Gogrial governor says security situation stable after claims of sectional fight

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David Shearer, UNMISS greets Gogrial State officials during a visit to its capital Kuajok, on 29 March 2017 (UNMISS Photo)

April 18, 2017 (JUBA) - The governor of Gogrial state in South Sudan, home to President Salva Kiir, has said the general security situation in the area stable, dispelling claims of sectional fighting.

Governor Gregory Deng Kuac Aduol, according to a statement from his office on Monday described security situation was "completely stable “.

He further denied any knowledge of sectional fighting between the two section of Aguok and Apuk, and described what happened in the area as an isolated individual act.

“The security situation in Gogrial state is normal. It is stable. People are going about their normal businesses. There are no major security threats. The things which are twisted and magnified in the media are isolated incidents by individuals and the law enforcement agencies are tracking them,” said the statement.

Madol Madol Aguer, the press secretary in the office of the governor also told Sudan Tribune on Monday that security situation in the area was relatively stable, downplaying sectional fight.

Aguer said the general-turned-politician was doing everything within his ability and resources to create an atmosphere of peace, love, unity and reassurance of the safety.

Governor Gregory, he says, had provided an excellent opportunity to move beyond a time marked by infighting and other distractions.

(ST)

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  • 19 April 07:14, by Eyez

    Savages, you animals can’t even coexist as one tribe, it’s a shame, that, you people have dragged other South Sudanese into your vicious life cycle.

    You Jienge are indeed cursed, because, how on earth can a whole tribe be stuck in the dark ages...huh? You baboons must not yet evolved into human beings, as your wild actions have indicated.
    X

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    • 19 April 09:59, by Kush Natives

      Eyez,
      I am sorry that you have got uncured HIV! I am glad that you’re so new into this world. Back off your making, if you was born in 90s! South Sudanese tribes were here before your mother thought of bringing you into this busy world. Therefore, take whatever you’re seeing and hearing! Too late to correct God’s creations!
      Thanks,

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      • 19 April 11:19, by Eyez

        Kush Natives
        You make me laugh, because your reasoning is at par with your writing, it’s flawed. You Jienge are simply backwards, you can’t reason or function like normal people and you’re impossible to co-exist with socially.

        You people seem to thrive on brutality, violence and thuggery. Are you idiots deprived of common sense or don’t you have any feelings.
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        • 19 April 11:55, by Lokoli

          Hi Eyez. Leave this Stupid idiots Kush Natives. He cannot reason like normal person. Stupid idiots, how can you write "if you was born in 90!" does that make sense? you can’t lead, you can’t rule because you are all retarded. Go home and build your areas than wrecking Equatoria. You are all waste in SS. in fact a curse on the land!!!!!!!

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          • 19 April 13:41, by Tim Atiep

            Dear Lokoli or whatever you call yourself to be.
            Please make your own analysis before you jumb from whatever tribe you think to be in South Sudan.Are you from Gogrial State? or you want to be in ever affairs that are shared/discussed in the social media.Am a Nuer by tribe and can’t jumb like you,i have my own State where i can talk but insulting people.The issues of inter-communal violence between

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            • 19 April 13:43, by Tim Atiep

              Aguok and Apuk is in the hand of it’s citizens,you don’t know the routes causes of their grievances.

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              • 19 April 13:51, by Tim Atiep

                Lokoli,you may hate Dinka for nothing if God has created you and integrated with others,then who are you to start hating and insulting other people.I wondered if your education drive you well in the right direction before you call others to be stupid then you be stupid!

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                • 19 April 14:05, by Theallseeingeye

                  Tim Atiep
                  even a one year old child can tell from your comment that you are absolutely 1000% Dinka, but disguising your self in a Fake Nuer personality. Guys stop that illusion rule play thing, it has became as bright as a morning light.

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                  • 19 April 14:27, by Tim Atiep

                    Dear Theallseeingeye,
                    I can not change to be a Dinka when God has given me my own tribe as a Nuer.But we should comment responsibly and reasonably as we should be the leaders of this Nation tomorrow.Not following up on whatever posted in the social Media to comment in it badly.Good leaders are known when they talk.Let’s preach the message of peace then war.

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                    • 19 April 21:32, by Joseph Canada

                      Man, you are not a Nuer and Never come even closser to be a Nuer. Unless you are one dump cursed Nuer who is the Dinka puppet just like that of LUL who would rather be a donkey of a Dinka than a Horse of the Nuer or South Sudanese people. YOu have been told not to pretend to be a Nuer when you are 1,000000% Dinka.

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  • 20 April 07:06, by Masiah

    Tim Atiep

    Since when did Nuer start giving name of Dinka, either You from Bor or Aweil by the name you have.

    Anyway nobody claim victory by using gun or with you army things have end, if not now but sooner as long civilian have patience some will die but rest will claim success

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  • 20 April 07:07, by Masiah

    Tim Atiep
    Since when did Nuer start giving name of Dinka, either You from Bor or Aweil by the name you have.

    Anyway nobody claim victory by using gun or with you army things have end, if not now but sooner as long civilian have patience some will die but rest will claim success

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