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South Sudan’s Kiir reiterates his support to al-Bashir

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Sudan's Omar al-Bashir shares a moment with South Sudan's Salva Kiir in Equatoria Guinea, November 23, 2016 (AP)
January 3, 2018 (KHARTOUM) - President Omer al-Bashir received Thursday a message from his South Sudanese President Salva Kiir on ways to boost bilateral relations and expressed his support to overcome the ongoing political and economic crisis in Sudan.

The message was handed over by South Sudanese Presidential Adviser on Security Affairs Tut Kew Gatluak who met with al-Bashir on Thursday night.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Gatluak stressed the support of South Sudanese leadership and people to Sudan to overcome the ongoing challenges.

He expressed the gratitude and appreciation of the people of South Sudan for the "great positions" of President al-Bashir towards their country including the recognition of independence and his efforts to achieve peace and reconciliation between the South Sudanese parties.

He further said South Sudanese oil will contribute significantly to strengthening the economy and the development of the two countries.

The presidential adviser was alluding to the transit fees that Sudan receives from South Sudan after the resumption of oil production in South Sudan.

President Kiir has already phoned al-Bashir after the start of the nationwide demonstrations to protest the hike in bread price and called to overthrow the regime.

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  • 4 January 09:49, by Eastern

    Kiir has forgotten that he needs Bashir more than the latter needs him, moron...!

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    • 4 January 11:27, by South South

      Eastern,

      You are out again with your lies. I still remember these statements from you
      - Let war continue in South Sudan so that our neighbors can get tired and join rebellion.
      - SPLA must be dismantled
      - Kiir must go
      - It’s out of Kiir and Riek’s hands
      Lair, lair, lair and monkey too.

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      • 4 January 12:05, by Eastern

        South South,

        Kiir is NOT in control of the whole situation in South Sudan and Dr. Machar a sitting duck!

        Kiir needs Bashir at a time Bashir is facing a mounting opposition right at home. Bashir is acting carefully least he rocks the boat of repproachment, that’s if you really understand what I am talking about here!

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        • 4 January 18:55, by Kush Natives

          Eastern,
          We’re in control of the country including Juba, visit South Sudan or Juba in particular, if you doubt it. It seems like you forgotten everything in exile.

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          • 5 January 06:28, by Eastern

            Kush Natives,

            Who’s in exile ya sejman...! I am right here in Juba. Join me for tea at Munuki Mia Saba.

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  • 4 January 10:32, by Eastern

    That statement from Kiir will endanger the lives of the ordinary South Sudanese in the streets of the Sudan...!

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    • 4 January 14:15, by jubaone

      Eastern
      That is good analysis. Scenario 1: Bashir remains in power and most innocent Junubin will be target of arson and mob justice in opposition heartlands. Scenario 2: Bashir is overthrown and opposition forces take grip of power, the victimization of Junubin will increase significantly. This jienge Kiirminal should have just kept quiet.

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      • 4 January 14:52, by South South

        jubaone,

        Shut up!! What do you know other than eating monkeys and rats.

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        • 4 January 15:09, by Eastern

          South South,

          Here’s the thing; dumb-ass tries to yell all the time. Dumb-ass tries to shut up people all the time - You don’t know jubaone, you don’t have control over what jubaone says and here you jenge moron tries to shut them up! jubaone made a very good projection of the POSSIBLE SCENARIOS out of the current raging cauldron in the Sudan. A moron is bleating shut up!

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          • 4 January 16:28, by South South

            Eastern,

            Oh, one monkey is helping another monkey.

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            • 4 January 16:32, by Eastern

              South South,

              Look for the nearest peg, dick head...!

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            • 4 January 17:51, by jubaone

              Eastern
              May be this South South is after all NOT even a Jienge. He could be a bastardized Darfurian or Muraheel since he has till now not stated which color and type of jienge he is. Just a vagrant. Our problem has been "nus bul jellaba" meaning jellaba half bastards.

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        • 4 January 17:47, by jubaone

          South South
          It’s for this reason that emaciated and starving jienges like you have come to Juba. In your luaks you feed on carcasses of dead cows and drink their urine. That explains why the the jienge is just "something" better than a cow 🐮 but lesser than a human being. Ya dirty jienge.

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          • 4 January 19:03, by Kush Natives

            jubaone,
            You never made any sense monkey. Screaming about luak always here and there will do good to you. Luak is a part of Nuer and Dinka civilization. Don’t blame others for your loss civilization.

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            • 4 January 20:03, by jubaone

              Bush Native Nigga
              Give us a corollary for civilization in "thokjienge", you primitive bush nigga.

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              • 4 January 20:28, by Kush Natives

                jubaone,
                Civilization is called "chieng de jieeng" in Dinka language, how do you monkey eater called? Don’t lie to me ya abid!

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                • 5 January 09:26, by jubaone

                  Bush Nigga
                  You can tell me anything. But "something" like you jienge between a four legged cow 🐮 and a two legged human being can’t bring forth any civilization at all. 90% of your "sort" can’t read nor write, you can’t feed yourselves and live on banditry and stealing, you freely mate like bush pigs, you live, sleep and think like cows. How can you bring civilization bush nigga?

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                  • 5 January 10:07, by Kush Natives

                    jubaone,
                    Just admit that you don’t even a name for it, no one will bother to hang you monkey, before even answered me, you jumped into different things, when will fit into healthier debate ya waskan inta? Your civilization is alcoholic, tell me no! I will surely assured you. 9 months old infant get feed with alcohol, what a society? Dangerous society to be adjacent with.

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                    • 5 January 14:57, by jubaone

                      Bush Native Nigga
                      I don’t have to answer an animal. Whether we feed our infants with alcohol that is not your f**king jienge business. It’s cuz of our monkey 🐵 meat and alcohol that you chimps are squatting and stealing from us, so you to become civilized ya waskan Aryan Jienge. You were brought to Juba on trucks like goods, kelib.

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              • 5 January 06:27, by Eastern

                jubaone,

                That’s a good one! Dinka, a very primitive tribe of the Sahara shouldn’t pride itself in anything modern! The other time, a village Dinka girl was AUCTIONED for 500 heads of cattle and 3 cars on top of cash. A tribe that does this outdated acts shouldn’t lecture others on what to do....!

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  • 4 January 16:08, by Equatoria Koko

    There’s no need for Kiir to send Tut Gatluak to Khartoum to Khartoum to show support for his Master; President Omar Al Bashir. He would never go against Omar Al Bashir. His Presidential Advisor, Tut Gatluak Kew is member of the NCP and Bashir’s house boy.

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    • 4 January 16:42, by Eastern

      Equatoria Koko,

      The sooner you ditch Kiir and Bashir, the better, otherwise the authers of the phrase Equatoria Koko will be turning in their graves....!

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    • 4 January 20:17, by jubaone

      Equatoria Koko
      True! But one thing is sure. Since this jienge Kiirminal regretted the secession of SS around Aug 2018 while on a visit to Khartoum, it’s now clear he is opting for unification of both countries. Jienge Abyei have voted with their empty bellies for unification. Some NCP moles turned SPLM like Tut Gatluak are simply promoting this process.

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  • 4 January 16:58, by lino

    Both Generals Bashir and Kiir are the faces of sufferings to their own people and they must be uprooted by the people!!!
    Changes in Khartoum will affect Juba though in different forms!!! So, Bashir’s Boys who are acting in Juba under Kiir’s Administration must go with their father gone!!! Sudan’s Popular Uprisings will succeed!!!

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    • 4 January 17:09, by Eastern

      lino,

      Agreed though HOW do you UPROOT them...?! Give proposals and alternatives SIR...!

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