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Opposition alliance accuses Khartoum of intimidating its faction to sign South Sudan deal

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SSOA leaders pose in a collective picture (ST file)

August 4, 2018 (JUBA) - The South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA) accused the Sudanese security services of intimidating some opposition representatives in Khartoum and ordering them to sign the governance agreement on behalf of their groups.

"Sudan Security personnel has resorted to extreme intimidation and arm-twisting coercing SSOA members to sign on behalf of their constituent parties," the group in a statement released on Saturday evening.

"At this moment some members of SSPM, SSLM, and NAS has been coerced to sign the agreement tomorrow," further said the opposition alliance.

However, the statement didn’t provide further details on the incident.

On 3 August, the opposition umbrella rejected the agreement on outstanding issues on governance chapter of the 2015 peace deal voicing strong reservations to the power-sharing at the state level and the organization of a referendum if the parties fail to reach compromise on this respect during the transitional period.

"SSOA would like to alert the IGAD mediation, the AU, the Troika, UN, USC and the world at large that such mediation of “Peace at all Cost” by the Sudan will not usher a genuine sustainable peace in South Sudan," said the statement.

"Also, we would like to register our official complaint against Sudan mediation and its security personnel interference and intimidation," further said the alliance.

Sudanese officials are not available for comment on this accusations.

IGAD leaders are expected to arrive Sunday to the Sudanese capital to attend the signing of the deal by President Salva Kiir and SPLM-IO leader Riek Machar.

Sudan’s foreign minister said the non-signatory groups would continue the discussions on the pending issues with the Kenyan mediation which will host the talks from Monday onwards.

(ST)

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  • 5 August 07:52, by Sunday Junup

    SSOA & FDs You better sign that peace or quite and hide yourself somewhere until Kiir is no more like me. I told you that Kiir created deal ally with IGAD, AU, Troika and international community to keep him in power. You will face deportation to Juba if you don’t care or leave all IGAD country. Kiirimnal Mayardit is Evil if you don’t know

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    • 5 August 08:30, by South South

      Sunday Junup,

      No hard talk right now my brother. Those of SSOA who are refusing to sign peace will do so soon because peace is the only option we all have for good South Sudan. I myself will work very hard to make peace works in South Sudan because I need justice in my country. " If you want peace, work for justice".

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  • 5 August 09:45, by Jongo

    SSOA tell me what do you want is it positions !!! Guys you are too weak to have a waiter position Thomas now you became senior in the army & soon you’l take over the chief of staff the rest to hell with them so what else so call SSOA want from Kiirminal No Comment

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    • 5 August 10:00, by South South

      Jongo,

      Thomas Cirillo needs to stand trail in court of law to answer to people of South Sudan why he stole SPLA money. He is a thief to me and to be a thief you MUST face a court for justice. He needs to clear his name first before talking about South Sudan affairs. : "If you want peace, work for justice"

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      • 5 August 10:29, by Nyesi Ta

        If we all really are serious about a lasting peace, we need justice for the crimes committed by the SPLM cartel. ...And if we go that route no single SPLM thug would escape justice beginning with the president and then the rest shall follow, Provided it shouldn’t be the kangaroo judicial court setup by Salva Kiir to try all the corrupt SPLM perpetrators.

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        • 5 August 11:06, by South South

          Nyesi Ta,

          No hard talk, we have concrete evidences about Thomas Cirillo as a big thief who stole SPLA money. If you have any evidences about other members of SPLA, show them to us. It’s that simple.

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          • 5 August 12:34, by Jongo

            Southx2
            What about FD(Well Known) Prison breakers, escapees, fugitives, enough or you still wants names on the top is chief of gangs Deng Alor follow this list you fool you’l come to know who are the real thieves & corrupt people in SS

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          • 5 August 15:24, by The Rhino

            South South,

            Big houses and properties belonging to South Sudanese particularly in Nairobi and Uganda were illicitly acquired by stolen money.These thieves are entirely jienges and nyagats.They stole billions/dollars of states money in front of grand thief Kiir himself.We all vividly still remember how few years ago other jienge thieves were apprehended with millions of dollars at international..

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            • 5 August 15:36, by The Rhino

              South South,
              ...airports in London and Egypt,respectively,now don’t sit there and puke nonsense before us.We all know who the real qualified thieves are,...the jienges!You yourself is working hard to maintain chaos and theft to continue.No,this must stop!

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              • 5 August 16:10, by South South

                The Rhino,

                Iam not that stupid like you, jubaone and Jongo. I do believe myself. Iam clean. If there are Dinkas or Nuers who stole public money, we should go after them, that is what I believe, not like you or jubone or Jongo who fight to death to protect thieves from Equatoria. If 3 of you still believe that you are educated, then there is no reason for people to go to school.

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                • 5 August 20:46, by jubaone

                  South South
                  Didn’t know there were any clean jienges.

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          • 5 August 20:37, by jubaone

            South South
            If Gen Cirillo steals the money so what? After all jienges have taken SS as a place where anyone can loot with impunity. Ask your benydits and bandits for billions stolen. You are one of these jienge parasites living on stolen moneys cuz you’re to lazy to work hard for yourself.

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      • 5 August 10:30, by jubaone

        South South
        Bari noble people dont steal. That is for tailless jienge monkeys who have no moral values. If they can steal living animals like cows, goats and chicken what can stop them from stealing nonliving things like money? Clean up your dirty morsl shitholes b4 accusing others. Savage

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        • 5 August 11:03, by South South

          jubaone,

          Thomas Cirillo is a thief. He stole SPLA money, we have concrete evidences in our hands. He can run, but he can not hide for long. " If you want peace, work for justice"

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          • 5 August 15:23, by South South

            jubaone,

            Thomas Cirillo= Finito

            New general declares himself interim NAS chairman, general Julius Tabule took over NAS. Sweet

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            • 5 August 20:26, by jubaone

              South South
              That is good news. Jienges can possibly get him (Gen Tabule) a red carpet. Sad for him, SSOA does not even know that such a general exists. This is just a fake coup to test jienge hostility and disdain for Gen Thomas Cirillo.

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      • 5 August 11:33, by Jongo

        Southx2
        You’r disturbing this forum how many times do I have to tell that Equatirian don’t steal Equatorian earns get it jenge mook mafi if you have nothing to say shut up your dirty mouth & remain shut you son of a whore until we finished talking again read much about our attitudes Equatorian are the most wise people ever Go home you idiot

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        • 5 August 13:49, by South South

          Jongo,

          Many, many thieves in Equatoria including Thomas Cirillo. Dirty people are the people I see in Juba everyday who poop in front of their houses. Do you know they are? I am laughing.

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          • 5 August 20:51, by jubaone

            South South
            All this filth and wretchedness is caused only after jienges came to Juba. Since they don’t have pit latrines, most defecate into plastic bags and throw them into the streets or simply defecate at night on people’s backyards. These animal-like behavior is only from jienges

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  • 5 August 11:37, by Eastern

    The Dinka and their Fake Arab masters in the Sudan know very well that you can’t force a cow (for the Dinka) and the donkey (for the fake Arabs) to drink water! Peace is like any one of these aforementioned beasts.....Forcing a few folks in Khartoum won’t pacify the whole of the South Sudanese bushes, the fake Arabs especially know this very well.....!

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    • 5 August 13:47, by South South

      You can’t force a monkey (Equatoria) to drink.

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      • 5 August 20:44, by jubaone

        South South
        Aryan jienge kudwal kudwal. How can a tailless monkey call someone who taught him to wear underpants a monkey? Are you not the very jienges who in Juba bought mirrors and saw their shitholes and grinned happily? Watchout jienge. You can go to the US or Canada, for us Equatorians you are just jienges sakit

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  • 5 August 11:57, by Eastern

    To be more explicit, I left Khartoum exactly 10 days ago from today, I warned some contemporaries in SSOA of the impending PROBLEMS...! The Dinka and the Nuer CAN NOT and MUST NOT be allowed to HOLD FORTH in South Sudan....!

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  • 6 August 03:45, by Nairobimitot

    Khartoum
    Khartoum should intimidate them more. Those oppositions are nonsense. What are you doing in Khartoum if you do not want peace in your country South Sudan?

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  • 6 August 03:46, by Nairobimitot

    Khartoum
    Khartoum should intimidate them more. Those oppositions are nonsense. What are you doing in Khartoum if you do not want peace in your country South Sudan?

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