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South Sudan parliament urges President Kiir to suspend corrupt officials

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June 12, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s national parliament has called on the president of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, to suspend all the senior officials implicated in corruption until further notice.

Civi society groups hols banners calling on the president Salva Kiir to punish officials involved in corruption cases (photo Larco Lomoyat)

The latest development came in the aftermath of Kiir’s revelation that 75 identified senior officials have stolen US$4 billion in the last seven years and urged them to return the money.

On Tuesday the lawmakers discussed the statement, which he reiterated on Monday during the reopening of the August House, after three months of recess.

The House on Tuesday passed a resolution calling on the President to suspend all the present officials in government who are implicated in the corruption scandal.

Also, the parliament called on the President to freeze the bank accounts of the mentioned 75 officials, pending investigations and prosecution of the culprits.

The former minister of petroleum in the former Government of National Unity in Khartoum, Lual Achuek, declared himself in the House to be one of the former officials who have received Kiir’s letter.

Achuek told the parliament that he was ready to defend himself in the court of law and urged for disclosure of the remaining 74 culprits.

Achuek has involved in a disagreement in 2011 with Sudan People’s Liberation Movement secretary general, Pagan Amum, in which they accused one another of being corrupt. Achuek accused Amum of stealing US$30 million of public funds and Amum accused Achuek of being a sell out to Khartoum.

They both lost their government portfolios in the new cabinet after the independence of South Sudan.

It is not clear how Kiir will react to the latest measures against the corrupt officials imposed by the national parliament.

Kiir is also under pressure from the people of South Sudan to punish the culprits and retrieve the stolen money.

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  • 13 June 2012 05:28, by Mi diit

    Bravo parliament for the first time. The ball is now in the court of President Salva Kiir Mayardit to test his seriousness in the first against corruption. All eyes will now be on him; the people, the parliament, the judiciary and the international community. Will he now ignore the parliament or will he act and suspend the thieves and prosecute them? One thief has already declared himself. Good.

    • 13 June 2012 05:31, by Panthouandbeyond

      Mr. President

      You need to act quickly; do not wait so long. We want those fund to go to our military in front line. Stop corruption right now.

      Panthou

      • 13 June 2012 06:30, by SEE ME

        Panthouandbeyond

        I am well of, and what I saved and collected by my hard working will support even my grand sons.
        I am very proud that I didn’t earn even one dollar from Sudan.
        While you and your idiots and thieves of SPLA/M are stealing even the food for IDPs.

        • 13 June 2012 10:17, by Logic

          Mr Kiir Mayardit

          Stop barking and start biting.

          SEE ME

          Stop making noise. You’re boring the hell out of my intellect.

          • 13 June 2012 10:42, by SEE ME

            Aarai Baka

            The story tellers of RSS who obtained PHDs are misleading you about all subjects that are related to APPLIED SCIENCE called HANDS-ON ENGINEERING.

            Where are are they to open their mouths and say about those proposed P/Ls in RSS to LAMU and Port of Djibouti?

            • 13 June 2012 14:14, by Lang

              Hush for once in your pathetic life.

      • 13 June 2012 07:39, by SEE ME

        Panthouandbeyond

        I challenge all SOUTHERN SUDANESE in RSS, CANADA and USA about the HANDS-ON experience in oil and gas.

        What ever your RSS will do even with the help of USA. Iam well equipped in special oil fields.

        I say it very loudly that SOUTH SUDAN will beg SUDAN for the transportation of crude oil through SUDAN.

        Forget about JAPANESE and CHINESE who proposed for you many P/Ls.

        • 13 June 2012 08:36, by SEE ME

          zulu

          You IGNORANT
          Oil & gas has many fields and P/Ls engineering is far from geophysics.

          I need to talk to hands-on engineers but not to story tellers like those SS holders of PhDs

          But Iam with website to talk technically and in professional in details about OIL & GAS industry.

          • 13 June 2012 09:09, by SEE ME

            zulu

            Ask those SS who obtained PhDs in geophysics about:
            > seismic survey
            > Geonics soil resistivity
            > 4 pins methods soil resistivity
            > 3 pins methods soil resistivity

            Moreover did they practice them HANDS-ON? But not story tellers.
            Ask them which one of them deals with P/LS design and construction.
            I am waiting for them...

      • 13 June 2012 09:28, by okucu pa lotinokwan

        For all those Govt officials,if he or she was an Ex Officer should be taken to the front line to the border with sudan to finish his punishment there,since they refuse to be in the offices.

        OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

      • 14 June 2012 03:55, by Baring

        Dear Souther Sudanese

        I just shot myself in the feet because i thought that i am shooting a way!!!!

    • 13 June 2012 06:54, by Abyei Soil

      Fight corruption Salva Kiir, we put you there for a reason so, these reasons begin from freeing the society of South Sudan from those thieves.

      • 13 June 2012 09:15, by katnyokarieu

        Abyei soil u better say kiir don,t expose the thieves, ur uncle Deng Aloor & Luka Boing will be in imprision. Laughter will turne into tears.soon amongst the Dr of corruption,

    • 13 June 2012 07:50, by Big Boy

      It’s time to defend our Right is might
      It seems that copyright, a legal framework developed over years to ensure a balance between the interests of the wider peoples and those of the creative corruption has become so tipped towards those of the "rights holder" that few of us can go through a day without breaking the law in one way or another.
      The current debate over the corrupted in Parliament SS

    • 13 June 2012 07:56, by SEE ME

      To all southern SUDANESE

      You must know that JAPAN and CHINA were trained by USA in oil & gas.

      You ask DR JIM MYERS from OHIO that how many times he fixed things in CHINA.

      I say it very loudly that SOUTH SUDAN will beg SUDAN for the transportation of crude oil through SUDAN.

      Forget about JAPANESE and CHINESE who proposed for you many P/Ls.

      • 13 June 2012 10:19, by Obol Sam Gabriel

        Hahahahah mr.SEE YOUR OWN IDIOT.Let me hope you are not in Sudan because you are always behind the news for what is happening in Sudan and Khartoum as a captial city of the criminals.The NCP chairman soon will announce on the TV about the lifting of fuel subsidie,which the people of Sudan are against it.For your blind eyes you will soon experience heavy protest to over throw your Criminal regime.

        • 13 June 2012 13:16, by SEE ME

          Obol Sam Gabriel

          You can say what you want say.
          but let those in RSS to talk to me TECHNICALLY and with reference to the approved ENGINEERING STANDARDS related to OIL & GAS.

      • 13 June 2012 10:25, by Obol Sam Gabriel

        Event if they pretends that they will over come the economic crisis which hits Sudan badly better South Sudan.And now they are yourning of our oil of which you are your criminal govrnmnent will not smell it any more.Yesterday Mr.Mustafa Ismail was sheding tears with a loud voice that,it’s the probaganda of the Western rule which prevent the South Sudan not to transport their oil through the Sudan.

    • 13 June 2012 08:14, by SEE ME

      To all southern Sudanese

      How long it takes YOU to understand the rule of "MONEY LANGUAGE"?

      YOU must stop your KINDERGARTEN (KG) system thinking and refer to "WIII-FM" and "ROI".

      Ask the professionals of USA P/Ls specialists about those P/Ls in SUDAN near your oil production blocks and those proposed ones.

      • 13 June 2012 09:02, by moses makur

        i see stop you sound like an idiot.

    • 13 June 2012 11:11, by kimo

      the question that no body is willing to answer is : is mr kirr far from this embezzlement scandal?? the answer to this question is crucial in determining how serious kirr will be in fighting corruption among spla government officials

    • 13 June 2012 11:34, by Hillary B.M.L,M

      You are right but could that happen? If Mr.1st Corrupt Kirr listen and acted then S.Sudan Government is dead simply because 1.who are those corrupt officials? Those officials are Top men, Kirr, Machar,Wani to the last undersecretary, if so then kirr already removed himself from Presidency.
      2. This attempt would lead to general Establishment anarchy which mean new nation will disappear.

    • 13 June 2012 12:55, by Amantiel Kem

      Great news to have seen that our parliament is waking up from their sleep. i thank a lot Hon.Lual Acuek for the courage to declare himself among the culprits. Let this resolution not be like other resolution of grains corrupted by some officials.
      This is what the parliament of any country is supposed to do. i would urge Mr. speaker to respect Hon. members of parliament’s decision

    • 13 June 2012 13:27, by Johndumo14

      When a Dinka man committed a crime,the other Dinka in top position,takes it as his brother ,and taking no action,or set him free. The dinka people in the government must be zero tolarence,law is a law whether my brother committed a crime must face the law.This is what is happening in South sudan.Lot of crimes committed by dinka tribes but not all were brought to justice.This sends a wrong signal.

    • 13 June 2012 13:37, by Johndumo14

      President Salva Kiir is playing with fire,how can you open old wounds in the time of economic melt down? People understand that these money was taken in the wrong way.Let us forget this money ,is going to cause lot of problems.How much the arabs have stollen?? And how much the family of Late John Grang have stollen?? Are you going to ask Grang`s family to return the money? No,let us open a new pag

      • 13 June 2012 15:54, by Sudan virus

        Joumo 14 you seem to be a victim of the circumstances!There is no way to forgive you corrupt government official. The president alone can’t stop that better call the public- the power of the new nation to try your lucky anyway.

        • 13 June 2012 19:12, by panom lualbil

          JOHNDUMO14

          you’re so stupid son of NYAGATE used by OMER BASIR. The 75 CORRUPTS you said [dinka’s theif is another dinka’s best friend] are NUER more corrupts than others. Their names are online here for those who have access to but your baked brain won’t sense it. You lack of sense like VP amongst 75 corrupts who declared [country’ weakness] like he isnt VP whom country’ institution included.

          • 13 June 2012 19:39, by panom lualbil

            JOHNDUMO14
            I didnt means to support any corrupt even if PRESIDENT was, but thing is, when yo [nuer’ guys] comments here, your SLAVE NYAGATIC BRAIN always show dirty prodicting lie against dinka. Although we missed GARANG, he paid the price and still remember him for reputation. He can’t be compare with coward stooge RIAK whom yo collected civilian’foods to.

            • 13 June 2012 20:25, by panom lualbil

              Each of you always does accussed GARANG but I considered it jealousy& hatre if hero like GARANG should be raised in NUER. I’M telling you, GARANG wasnt fighting for MONIES otherwise all his ppl would have been staying in MANSONS like men of RIAK whom ARABS recently raped and fucked them inass in KHARTOUM. NUER! Quit being greedy and long 4 others, it’s that reason ur leaders slain. Get education !

              • 13 June 2012 20:47, by panom lualbil

                JOHNDUMO14
                It doesnt matter you express yourself here, your mind still that of ILITERATE. Do you think these 75 corrupt officials are all dinkas? Are you crazy? I love if PMs win in sacking off corrupt officials. Because there will be none stingy nuer defector in the governance. But dont defect to basir though. Keep it real, MPs !

    • 13 June 2012 23:54, by panom lualbil

      HEY GUYS,

      Since DR RIAK MACHAR, the VICE PRESIDENT of south sudan wasnt aware of HIMSELF amongst 75 corrupt officials, he
      began challenging the country like if he is a foreigner. But then after, he heard his name, he immediately went to bed and began turning side to side uncomfortable while his gangs are still barking at others for corruption unknowingly. Thank you so much SSACC. Job well don

    • 14 June 2012 06:12, by Cadaai ?o?

      Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

    • 14 June 2012 06:20, by MJriaksdca

      Kiir sees himself a useless president without the 75 corrupt officials which is why he is giving them an amnesty if they return the money. He would rather forgive them than to sack them.
      Kiir himself might be a culprit in the end. Do you think if he sack the 75 accused officials, those officials will remain silent of his corruption? I do not think so.

      Only the best I hope: sack them.

  • 13 June 2012 05:30, by Panthouandbeyond

    Mr. President

    You need to act quickly; do not wait so long. We want those fund to go to our military in front line. Stop corruption right now.

    Panthou

    • 13 June 2012 05:52, by katnyokarieu

      oh ss matter are matter,mr president was above the law ,imagine in early 2007 hon. benjeman Mijak Dau from ruweng community reacted toward the corruption being implication by Taban Deng de Gai.in the same Ausgust house of ss. But mr president put more trust than even his wifein Taban, the list wound have 74 or less than ,if mr kiir listened to mijak alarm.

    • 13 June 2012 05:57, by Michael Angelo

      If president Kiir refuse to do what the Parliament required then he must be impeached because he is part of corruption. Begging thieves return the stolen money is not the best way our president should be dealing with them.

    • 13 June 2012 05:59, by katnyokarieu

      Pagan Amum ,don,nt think whether he will not be among, mr lual Achuak , is enough we know u ,the only is to serrender ur handful among with u,u will be for given. mr man far away from corruption

    • 13 June 2012 06:31, by SEE ME

      Panthouandbeyond

      I am well of, and what I saved and collected by my hard working will support even my grand sons.
      I am very proud that I didn’t earn even one dollar from Sudan.
      While you and your idiots and thieves of SPLA/M are stealing even the food for IDPs.

    • 13 June 2012 06:37, by SEE ME

      Most of SOUTHERN SUDANESE here in this website are very fluent in using bad, impolite, irrespectable, street women language and even behavior of bad boys.

      Is this what the universities and training centers in SOUTH SUDAN are developing the peoples there with it?

      I HOPE THIS REPETITION WILL MAKE THE UNCHANGEABLE WILL CHANGE and act like HUMAN BEINGS.

      • 13 June 2012 10:06, by Aarai Baka

        To see me

        Good for u. Just keeps what u have made and well being off without single dollars of Sudan. Riches cannot be tells but can be seen. U looks like u have no single dollars in your pocket as of now.

    • 13 June 2012 06:40, by SEE ME

      Panthouandbeyond

      Most of SOUTHERN SUDANESE here in this website are very fluent in using bad, impolite, irrespectable, street women language and even behavior of bad boys.

      Is this what the universities and training centers in SOUTH SUDAN are developing the peoples there with it?

      I HOPE THIS REPETITION WILL MAKE THE UNCHANGEABLE WILL CHANGE and act like HUMAN BEINGS.

    • 13 June 2012 07:00, by SEE ME

      Panthouandbeyond

      Your main mission and vision in this website is to avertise for the practice of OBSCENE language, SEXUAL HARASSMENT and Legalization of RACIAL DISCRIMINATION.

      You are an expert in selecting the bad and obscene words to paste on others.

      You better reopen the HOLY BIBLE that you trached for most of your age and were busy with inhumane acts.

      • 13 June 2012 12:22, by Wek Kawaja

        See me
        If i may ask u a question man are u bisexual how dare u say sexual harasment here or did ur ur gay bashir rape u?

        • 13 June 2012 13:20, by SEE ME

          Wek Kawaja

          Most of SOUTHERN SUDANESE here in this website are very fluent in using bad, impolite, irrespectable, street women language and even behavior of bad boys.

          Is this what the universities and training centers in SOUTH SUDAN are developing the peoples there with it?

          I HOPE THIS REPETITION WILL MAKE THE UNCHANGEABLE WILL CHANGE and act like HUMAN BEINGS.

    • 14 June 2012 06:14, by Cadaai ?o?

      Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

  • 13 June 2012 06:04, by MKee

    I hate the way this money is gone but the only sensible is to return the money. I don’t support those tones seeking punishiment. we at south have two major fronts that we are facing: the internal and the external. we must in my opinion addressed the those matter that are external before we create other internal enemies at this critical time. We have forgiven those who have killed thousands.....

    • 13 June 2012 06:13, by Akibon

      Bravo, bravo , bravo Southsudan parliament!.
      However, Kiir will not do that for by doing so would mean suspending himself too as one of the thieves.

      • 13 June 2012 21:53, by panom lualbil

        AKIBON

        You’re right......who know? But by him doing so, there will be big devastation. Because those corrupt officials will never confess and instead, they might join OMER BASHIR like always and then come back for fight.

    • 14 June 2012 06:14, by Cadaai ?o?

      Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

  • 13 June 2012 06:16, by MKee

    ...of people in south sudan. my question is ’’is it difficult to forgive those who stole our fund if they return the money?"
    I think no sensible mind will reject recovering the money and leave alone those involve and observe them for next time. punishment is not good given the situation we are in and the number of officials involves.
    For those who will read this, I am just on side of our nation!

    • 13 June 2012 06:30, by Michael Angelo

      Mkee,

      How long do you think the situation we’re now in going to last then punish the thieves? By punishing them now will discourage other thieves and that will lower corruption a little bit.

      • 13 June 2012 06:53, by MKee

        Angelo, no one knows including yourself when the border will be demarcated and without border demarcation we are still at war with sudan. If those guys who stole the money return it, fair and good. if we fuel it up by punishment some of them in worse case senerio could sneak away and be be used as our third enemy. we should not let this happen. there is time for every thing as the old saying goes.

        • 13 June 2012 16:00, by Sudan virus

          Mkee! Tell me the location and status of George Athor, Peter Abudalrahamn Sule, Galuwack Gai, tonginye , etc?

    • 13 June 2012 07:49, by pabaak

      MKee, I disagree with you of not punish those culprits, they are not better than 2.5 million people die during the struggle, in fact they are stabbing the nation at the back.they think they are only who freed this land, but what about the ordinary men in uniform who always on the front line are they exclusive from this freedom?, why leaving them hungry without even piece of land and lack adequate

      • 13 June 2012 07:54, by pabaak

        equipment to fight the enemy at the border, they deserve to be brought in and punish in front of people of South Sudan, they not only steal money but the stole very first fruits of our hard won freedom

        • 13 June 2012 08:31, by Mi diit

          Pabaak, excellent view. Those thieves who stole the 4 billion dollars have also caused our populations to die in thousands because of hunger, diseases, lack of roads, and other services. They used the money for seven years and should repay it back with high interest plus punishment. No body will support the thieves even the soldiers they made to suffer. Other potential thieves will learn from it.

    • 14 June 2012 06:16, by Cadaai ?o?

      Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

  • 13 June 2012 06:31, by Jok 011

    Salva Kiir inability to do his job wright is on the verg of bringing him and his SPLA/M party down as a face of bad do. These time is critical, Southern Sudanese should have deal with the border problem reither then political oportunities.

    • 14 June 2012 06:16, by Cadaai ?o?

      Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

  • 13 June 2012 06:45, by SEE ME

    Panthouandbeyond

    Most of SOUTHERN SUDANESE here in this website are very fluent in using bad, impolite, irrespectable, street women language and even behavior of bad boys.

    Is this what the universities and training centers in SOUTH SUDAN are developing the peoples there with it?

    I HOPE THIS REPETITION WILL MAKE THE UNCHANGEABLE WILL CHANGE and act like HUMAN BEINGS.

    • 13 June 2012 07:24, by Michael Angelo

      Jalaby,

      You are right but your comments are always bias. Let’s put aside our differences and work together in order to eradicate corruption in both two countries. Corruption is a disease that need to be killed globally.

      • 13 June 2012 08:24, by mohammed ali

        Angelo, that is great! Not only against corruption, but against war & hatred. Corruption is everywhere & should be fought against, no matter how it is small. Culprits should be punished not only for the sake of punishment, but to deter others and impower the law.We have corruption, no doubt about that, most of the cases go to the court.Press is the biggest fighter.Cotton company ....

        • 13 June 2012 08:39, by mohammed ali

          con: corruption was disclosed by the press,it’s managment team is in jail bending trial,almost for 6 months.Still there is corruption.Unfortunately,it is unprecedented in SS.It is much more than $ 4 billions considereing it was 3.3 in 2 years only.Kiir was under pressure from the international comunity & donors.They know the scale of corruption, it is a common talk how big houses bought in cash!

          • 13 June 2012 08:48, by mohammed ali

            con: War is corruption. Killing, destruction, and spending huge amount of resources is corruption. No use if you are going to spend your very much needed resources in killing & destruction; doesn’t matter if you win or loose.It is very unlikely that Sudan will allow SS oil to pass through Sudan untill all outstanding issues are settled comletely and all doors towards war & conflicts are ....con

            • 13 June 2012 08:55, by mohammed ali

              con: completely & permenantly sealed and shut down forever! Let us be honest about it; it is illogical to allow these belligerant thieves to arm themseleves and fight another useless war!We dont need or want to be enemies, as a matter of fact we donnot want to have any enemy.We want peace and only peace.It will bring in it’s own fruits.

      • 13 June 2012 10:28, by peace seeker

        Wise words Mr.Michale.This is what we really need.Tell your ignorant president to stop his nonsense speeches.

      • 13 June 2012 10:30, by peace seeker

        Wise words Mr.Michale.This is what we really need.Tell your ignorant president to stop his nonsense speeches.

      • 14 June 2012 06:18, by Cadaai ?o?

        Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

    • 14 June 2012 05:47, by daniell

      Big appriciation on a motivational comment Mohammed Ali.For sure corruption is an invisible war that need to be battle across the nation.There is no doubt that fraudulent must be hardly tackle by rule of law.There is no way to underestimate this millions of rssp went missing.spla/m party has the duty to bring those charge with scandal to court.OR it has to explain to the public.Best regard always.

      • 14 June 2012 06:19, by Cadaai ?o?

        Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

  • 13 June 2012 08:12, by Mabior

    Its for this very v time am made proud and feel the sense of belonging after that of independence.please parliamentarians no relenting in the war against these officials who want to feed on their fellow human beings’ blood.we can not afford to make this beautiful nation a man-eat-man nation.Please Mr president act what the parliamentarians have said and salvage this nation.

  • 13 June 2012 09:15, by E. Defense Forces

    Most members of the national parliament are involve.
    Watch..... S.Sudan Anti-corruption demonstration.

    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/1134/S.Sudan_Anti-corruption_demonstration/

  • 13 June 2012 09:31, by 4Justice

    German president Christian Wulff was forced to resign in an alleged corruption scandal.The 52-year-old has now lost his immunity from prosecution and could potentially face jail if he is found guilty of criminal wrongdoing. Salva Kiir and his entire looting syndicate must all resign and face criminal investigation without delay!

    • 14 June 2012 06:20, by Cadaai ?o?

      Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

  • 13 June 2012 09:56, by Emmanuel Ajang Solomon

    Bravo, your Excellency at the moment and try to make sure that allthe money stolen during your time should be brought back before we give you your departure order to your Home.

    Otherwise none of them will bring a single coin incase you resigned as demanded by many handle the situation carefully they are trying to insight their relatives since last week becareful even your own close people are

  • 13 June 2012 10:25, by E. Defense Forces

    Israel to fly out South Sudanese immigrants. Israel and South Sudan still friends ???

    http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/1154/Israel_to_fly_out_South_Sudanese_immigrants/

  • 13 June 2012 13:19, by Mabior Dhongbang

    stupid peoples should stopped mentioning innocent names ,those who are corrupts are known to Kiir ,some are his brothers , and not all the ministers ,so Kiir should stopped biting around the bush, he is weak , and not able to defence us from thieves .

  • 13 June 2012 13:40, by Daniel Buolmawei

    "Achuek told the parliament that he was ready to defend himself in the court of law and urged for disclosure of the remaining 74 culprits.:

    Very good, Dr. Lual, reveal all of them, and then you and the other 74 culprits must got to court. You are all thieves, no exception. Don’t tell us the court will save you unless will explain to us where are our moneys.

    • 13 June 2012 14:29, by Loko El Pollo

      HOW ARE THEY GOING TO DETERMINE LUAL’S PERSONAL WEALTH SINCE HE HAD WORKED BIG ORGANIZATIONS BEFORE HE JOINED SPLM.THIS MAN IS,WAS RICH FAR BEYOND SPLA CDRS.THE AMOUNT STOLLEN IS 5 TO 6 BILLIONS.WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO TO THE LITTLE GUYS WHO HAD ALSO BENEFITED IN THE MESS.IAM TALKING ABOUT THOSE WHO STOLL LESS THAN A MILLION WHO ARE ALSO RICH A MONG THE POORS.IF THIS ISSUE IS NOT HANDLE PROPERLY,

      • 13 June 2012 14:34, by Loko El Pollo

        IT WILL LEAD TO DEFECTIONS AND SUBSEQUENT FORMATIONS MORE POLITICAL PARTIES TO COMPETE WITH SPLM.SPLM PRINCIPLES HAVE BEEN ABANDONED,THE PARTY IMAGE HAS GONE.

    • 14 June 2012 06:22, by Cadaai ?o?

      Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

  • 13 June 2012 15:28, by Nimber

    Though they are crying of fuel price, nothing will happen because they are the one cutt their penis with axes.
    Otherwise conitues for your crying.

  • 13 June 2012 15:58, by Kim Deng

    "But two members of parliament, Awut Deng and Lual Deng, both came forward to say they had received the letter.
    Both said they welcomed the opportunity to clear their names."

  • 13 June 2012 19:52, by NGUENYTUOR

    So many ways,to intervent tentions of corruptions, the government of Southern Sudan had detected what is corruption and the effect of this comsumption,opposition shouldn’t put their blame to the government.The government will do most of his affords to corrects lack of trust.The justice shoud convicts this corruption before emanicipation will be done to those ministers.

    • 14 June 2012 06:24, by Cadaai ?o?

      Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

  • 14 June 2012 00:08, by solider

    you people better shut your mouth.it is too late, those thieves r powerful now. you keep talking shit you will have a fine bullet in your forehead . they can fuck up all your families and tribes too. money is power , that is beautiful.

    • 14 June 2012 01:25, by allan

      I dont thinks we need their names now all we need are money to go to our military simply

      GOD BLESS ROSS

  • 14 June 2012 01:29, by solider

    money is power, power is beautiful

  • 14 June 2012 01:43, by solider

    those 35 went 4 billions steps up, do u think it is easy and logic to go 4 b steps down? killing you and your family is much easier than stepping 4b steps down.

  • 14 June 2012 02:01, by solider

    those protestors forgot their real job.according to the agenda that have been designed by uganda and israel is to fight the jewish enemies (arabs), nothing else . leave the money for the big boss ,but if u r ordinary ss citizen your place is there in the battle field .a bloody war is waiting for you.

  • 14 June 2012 06:12, by Cadaai ?o?

    Personally, I am not a fan of their punishment. I need them to be forgiven like others who have let many people died for unreasonable causes. They have been forgiven. So where in the world they should be forgiven also? These people have fought the civil war without salaries. Now they are being victimized for just money, this is just annoying to me.

    • 14 June 2012 06:33, by Mi diit

      What can you do if your uncle is among the 75 thieves then to just beg for their forgiveness after making their own mothers and fathers die of hunger, diseases, etc. because 75 thieves stole the money, leaving their villages backward. This is not like forgiving those who had differences over whether to fight for new united sudan or self determination for independence of South Sudan.

      • 14 June 2012 23:13, by panom lualbil

        MI DIIT
        You were almost correct but when comparing NEW SUDAN & SELF-DETERMINATION, you lacked of conformity. RIAK MACHAR fled 2 his master OMER BASHIR when almost caught by GARANG. SPLM was survive until then REFERENDUM 2005. Then according 2 documents signed by GARANG after his death, MR KIIR went ahead sucessfuly &2day, SPLM ur leader. Do u no wat REFERENDUM means? If yes, how did RIAK bring it

  • 15 June 2012 23:12, by Cadaai ?o?

    No surprise, who come out first, it was Lual Achuek from Twic Dinka who come out first to declare himself from unproven accusations yet. It shows the Dr. John Garang de Mabior background in accountability and leadership of honesty. My praise go tribe of Dr. John Garang de Mabior’s background tribe of Twic Dinka.



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