Even the time war with North, there were few refugee than now we have our own government. By the way, problem, the elite in the government fear losing position as they did in formation of TGoNU. @ Akuma I know you from Nilotic descended, if you are, then think how Nilotic people behave and I guess in S. Sudan 90% are Nilotic, G. Uppernile, GB’Zal, EE, CE half, WE third of population.
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