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S. Sudanese rebels accept IGAD revitalization forum

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A BAAI-SSPA/SSPM delegation headed Costello Garang Ring Lual, pose for a picture with the IGAD delegation after a meeting in Khartoum on 9 October 2017 (ST Photo)
October 10, 2017 (JUBA) - A South Sudanese group on Tuesday welcomed the proposed the revitalization forum, saying it has already been consulted by the delegation of the regional bloc (IGAD) and the team that is monitoring and evaluating the 2015 peace agreement.

A delegation of DOT BAAI-SSPA/SSPM headed by the President of the Consultative Council of SSPA/SSPM, Costello Garang Ring Lual, met with an IGAD delegation in Khartoum to discuss to revitalize the Addis Peace Agreement (ARCSS) on the 9th of October.

Garang was accompanied by General Hussein Abdelbagi Akol, according to a statement extended to Sudan Tribune, Tuesday.

The regional delegation was led by the IGAD’s Special Envoy for South Sudan, Ambassador Ismail Wais. Also, the IGAD team included Major Gen. Molla Hailemariam, Chairman of the Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism (CTSAMM).

The consultative meeting, the group said, sought to listen to the views of the different opposition groups on the revitalization of the 2015 peace agreement to derive mechanisms on how the war can be resolved.

“The leadership of the Movement met the team of IGAD which came to Khartoum and submitted a written position to them. The movement accepted and welcomed the revitalization process and affirmed its commitment to participating in the process the only way the conflict in the country could be resolved,” the statement added.

In June, a summit of IGAD heads of state and government decided to convene a meeting of the signatories of the South Sudan peace agreement to discuss ways to revitalize the peace implementation.

During the June summit, it was agreed that all groups be included in the discussion aimed at restoring a permanent ceasefire.

Last week, IGAD unveiled the timetable for the revitalization forum to start consultations with South Sudanese leaders and the nation’s citizens. The process, it said, begins on 13 October and ends on 17.

South Sudan government earlier warned that the revitalization forum by the regional bloc, which mediated the 2015 peace accord, should not be another platform for negotiations of the peace agreement between the two factions to the conflict.

IGAD is an eight-member economic bloc that brings together Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan, Eritrea, South Sudan, Kenya and Uganda.

Over a million people have fled South Sudan since conflict erupted in December 2013 when President Salva Kiir sacked Machar from the vice-presidency. Tens of thousands of people have been killed and nearly two million displaced in South Sudan’s worst ever violence since it seceded from Sudan in 2011

(ST)

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  • 11 October 05:40, by Newsudan

    yes, Any group for peace is welcome except warmongers, that will be work of SPLA to deal with them.by the way what does SSPA stand for?

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    • 11 October 06:41, by jubaone

      Newsudan,
      South Sudan Patriotic Army and is led by Gen Hussein Abdelbaqi Ayii. It’s based in N. Bahrelghazal predominantly led by Jienge Malualgernyang. They have no military history and have not captured even a luak but were anticipating that fugitive Malong join them. It’s when the Kiirminal snapped them and now are joining the revitalization process. Dr. Costello Garang is their rep. in Germany

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      • 11 October 06:43, by jubaone

        Newsudan,
        Do you now understand what the SSPA stands for ya jienge?

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      • 11 October 06:49, by Newsudan

        Jubaone
        ya militia, atleast,you have something in your "muug" except too much Jiengephorbia

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        • 11 October 08:17, by jubaone

          Newsudan,
          I am not a militia but a nationalist who strongly believes in truth and justice and will never relent on all those oppressing others. But thanks for acknowledgment

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  • 11 October 07:33, by Eastern

    Now Kiir and his sycophants SHOULD stop stonewalling all efforts aimed at restoring peace and stability in South Sudan. These efforts includes but not limited to negotiations, conciliation, compromise, etc, etc. This empty rhetoric of we liberated you, we are in all the towns and cities, you are parked like a vehicle without tyres contrapuntal...

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    • 11 October 09:05, by South South

      Eastern,

      We liberated South Sudan. What say you an old man? Kiir will be on the top of our country as a president as long as he is healthy to lead. Kiir has people who are standing with him. Kiir fought for this country and he gave up the best part of his life to liberate this country. We are the real men, you are not, but coward. Enjoy your life in USA.

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      • 11 October 10:26, by Wutkhor

        South South.
        You are permanently mentally sick baboon Dinka’s insects, what u are writing are delusional believe.. U insects will badly regret ur evils acts, we will take that power by all meant mark my word... Kiirminal will not reach 2019 January as President.

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        • 11 October 10:37, by Newsudan

          Wutkhor
          look at this militia call Wutkhor, just fold your antennae and joined STD peace wing, where are you now? unimiss camp,or Khartoum, ya militia

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          • 11 October 10:54, by Wutkhor

            Newsudan.
            I am currently in Akobo from Waat one week now, I came here with some of our wounded heroes from Waat battles with Nuerwew foods fighters n stomach feeders n nyors insects.. I wld not respond u in abusive language coz u re an idiots jieng insects baboon, who is mentally sick due to bad n extreme economic in sin city juba.. I have been fighting Dinka’s insects negatives forces since the

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            • 11 October 10:57, by Wutkhor

              Con.. Since the beginning of Dinka’s imposed war, I was the one who instigated the first fighting n the killing of Dinka’s insects on Sunday 22/12/2013 in the town of Nadir, so I have been fighting ur negatives insects all the way from last yr dog fighting in J1 all the way to DRC than I left DRC for another country than I return to my usual deployment in Waat fighting my same enemies.

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              • 11 October 11:01, by Wutkhor

                Con.. For joining STD CH for stomach gains is something will never happen even the last peace which take me to juba with RMT I was assisting to go to juba, I went to juba coz of military order, for I am n will be the last Nuerwew to accept u to live with Dinka’s in SS again.. I will fights to the last I don’t even want to live with Dinka’s any more coz I believe sharing same nationality with Dinka

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                • 11 October 11:03, by Wutkhor

                  Correction I will be the last nuer to joint hand n lives together with any insects Dinka’s.. I believe sharing same nationality with Dinka’s is a crimes itself.

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      • 11 October 13:05, by jubaone

        South South,
        Bla..bla..jienge bullshit this "we liberated SS" nonsense when most of you were street urchins "shamasha" around Souk al arabi or Shariah Jumhurya in Khartoum cleaning shoes. Some of you went astray as Lost Boys/Girls and ended up in Kakuma. So what has your Liberation brought to you jienges, other than stealing, looting and begging for food, losers? We dresed you up ya aryan jienge.

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        • 11 October 14:12, by South South

          jubaone,

          We liberated South Sudan. I will say that at daytime, nighttime, evening time and morning time. You are from this tribe which to run to Uganda when there is war in Sudan, then run back to South Sudan when there is war in Uganda for generations. You must come to Juba and talk to me if you want peace.

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          • 11 October 14:24, by Eastern

            Singing we liberated you can be done any of your villagers. The first report from Kiir’s national dialogue is a slap in his face.https://www.dropbox.com/s/9lrxoeesmjl3xon/2017%20October%20%20South%20Sudan%20National%20Dialogue%20.pdf?dl=0

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            • 11 October 14:56, by jubaone

              Eastern,
              Is that what jienges can produce as a document? Just worthless jienge junk: no clear objectives, no clear actionable plans, no fixed timesframes/timelines, no clear stakeholder list, no legal framework, no strategy on monitoring and evaluation, no contingency or exit plans, no guarantors etc...just junk!

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            • 11 October 16:00, by South South

              Eastern,

              This is a very well written document, right? Unless you are a big coward, you can disagree with me about this document, but all in all, it confirmed what I have been saying everyday " We liberated this country, period. Eastern takes it as it’s or leave it and move to Uganda, or USA or with monkeys, you have all these choices.

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          • 11 October 14:49, by jubaone

            South South,
            How can a human being like me tak to a tailless monkey? Ya MTN, ya shawal al faham, ya lugor, ya kwerkwer? Do you even ahve aplace where we can talk? Idling and squatting like a hungry dog?

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            • 11 October 15:50, by South South

              jubaone,

              Are you really a human being? I thought you are a rat or monkey. No, you are a human being, maybe mentally retarded? Maybe rats and monkeys meat change you to behave like them, who knows?

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  • 11 October 14:38, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    Folks it is a great astonishing that you guys are just backbiting each other instead of commenting for something that will shape or 👿 improve our situation in our lovely country,you are not different from those who are taking us at the back 🔙
    When I 📖 read your comments, I sometimes even for gotten what the articles is all about, we need to behave ourselves and focus on the way forward instead

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  • 11 October 14:46, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    Of turning to each other, if you are real men, be writing your real names and we will be knowing who you are! I am very much disturb by your comments and I could imagine as to what kind of society are we, is it a mixture of all the elements that came from eastern African countries plus those who came from middle east? I’m very sorry for you guys, if you all have 👂 and ? heart, ? stop backbiting a

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  • 11 October 15:15, by John Wetjunub

    by the way how many rebel group do we have in South Sudan! secondly if at all the leadership is share among these group will they fit in ! we are in chaos really.

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    • 11 October 15:23, by Don-Don Malith Rual

      JOHN Wetjunub, there is a job that need, to done and everyone wants to do it! whose,what job is it? Even the traditional chief in the whole village wanted this, can you imagine that? it is really very difficult and hard to comprend it.

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