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Joint donors warn S. Sudan government over corruption


April 12, 2011 (JUBA) - As preparation for South Sudan’s independence declaration in July continues to gather momentum, representatives from the joint donor team (JDT) countries have warned government over mismanagement of future development aid.

Michael Elmquist, the head of the joint donor team (JDT) to South Sudan, in Juba. April 12, 2011 (ST)

“Our mandate as joint donors is to provide technical and financial support to the southern government. However, we strongly feel that development aid allocated for specific purposes should not be wasted in corruption related practices,” Michael Elmquist, head of the JDT said on Tuesday.

His remarks came shortly after representatives from the joint donor countries concluded their annual meeting with members from Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom attending the two-day event in Juba, the South Sudan capital.

During the meeting, Elmquist said, senior representatives from the six member countries discussed their individual and joint commitments to support the development of South Sudan.

The donors, according to the JDT head, openly lauded efforts by the southern government to prepare the South Sudan Development Plan (SSDP) as a basis for development cooperation over the next three years.

Specifically, Sudan Tribune has learned, the team of joint donor will reportedly assist the new nation in strengthen their support for governance, anti-corruption efforts, civil society, gender, economic growth and the provision of basic services.

“The meeting of the senior representatives confirmed that they want to see better coordination among all the donors under the leadership of the Government of South Sudan,” the JDT head further noted.

At the two-day meeting, these senior representatives, who function as supervisors for the JDT in Juba reportedly used the occasion to review the structure of the team and agree on the recruitment of new staff.

In 2010 the corruption perception index of Transparency International ranked Sudan as the seventh most corrupt country in the world.

Since the Government of South Sudan was formed as part of a 2005 peace deal with Khartoum the administration has been blighted by accusations of corruption. The 2005 peace deal also granted the South the right to secede, which southern Sudanese voted for overwhelmingly in January 2011.

The region’s Anti-Corruption Commission has been given a special status beyond the other public service institutions but the Chairperson has complained that the commission does not have the power to bring prosecutions.

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has promised that the anti-graft commission would be granted the power to prosecute but it is yet to be brought into law.

The power to prosecute continues to be in the hands of the Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development.

No official has ever been prosecuted for having involved in corrupt practices since the establishment of the Southern Sudan Anti-Corruption Commission in 2006.


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  • 13 April 2011 07:42, by Hero

    listen to them,and be ready to learn from their advices and they masses will not blame you. Where there is will there a way.Take it and capitalizes on it.Otherwise, I’m optimistic that things will not be the same as time goes by.

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    • 13 April 2011 07:53, by Quol Quot

      This warning has to extended to the Bhar el gazal ( and Gokrial ) group. What they are doing will constitute distrust for many years and generations to come. Anybody coming from that part of the Dinka is less likely to trusted and chosen as a leader given their current mistakes where they fail correct simple but dreadful mistakes that can destroy the country. It smears the entire Dinka and especially the the Bhar el gazalians in particular. It portrays them as looters of public funds and incapable of leading. Besides cultural differentials, this is one of the sources of prejudice. How would you fight corruption when Akuein ran away with $60 millions ($60,0000,0000.00) and nothing was done to convince the public?. How will the government survive when one man takes such amount?

      Quol Quot, anti-corruption.

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      • 13 April 2011 08:27, by Hero

        Hi Quot Quote,

        Those monies are tainted with million South Sudan’s blood and I’m hopeful the man will not enjoy them.He has extremely curse himself.Anyone who’s enriching himself/herself with our blood money will end up being poor again, and it’s a joke. Trust me guys!

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      • 13 April 2011 08:27, by Dinka Dominated SPLA

        O dear Quol Quot
        Came on man why are talking this way man? i don’t want to retaliate what you said but I am warning you to stop what you are trying to say if you are BOR DINKA,
        We don’t have any problem with our brother In Bor DINKAS.
        and stop it now.

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        • 13 April 2011 08:43, by Hero

          Dinka Dominated SPLA,

          Brother, there’s no point at all for to warn your colleagues Mr Quot, the man is right. Tell you what brother, you and I as a future leaders must start now to address these things,whether it might hurt or not, otherwise we will repeats the same mistakes.Let bring the trust back to our lives.Dinkas must leadership as we used to.Otherwise thank.

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          • 13 April 2011 09:00, by Dinka Dominated SPLA

            dear mr Hero
            If i could tell you today that this government of south sudan is still being run by Brother Great Bor Dinka, you will say that i am denail the corruption, but i greed with everone who is camplaining about corruption in south and i will never go direct to say Bor Dinka or twic and Bor Athouc and Gok are corrupted like what mr Quol just said do you thing is that fair at all? eventhough if Kiir himself is a corruptor then talk about him or any one form Bhar el gazal is corrupt then talk about them but not like what mr Quol is saying that whol Great Bhar el Gazal specaily [Gokrial] do you thing is a good idea to say that? please you Bor Boy must stay a way from Nuer attitude, thank
            I apologies if i offence Great BOR DINKA but quol must becarefull when to trying to criticize corruption

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            • 13 April 2011 09:11, by Hero

              Dinka Dominated SPLA,

              You are right, though we must not be shy to address the issue despite it nature. And thank anyway.No generalization, I agreed with you.

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            • 13 April 2011 09:24, by johnny

              First, your name portrays corruption, if for instance you have a point here your name will always degrade it, am a dinka but i am uneasy with your name, if you are not fabricating your name then come with your real name, especially your english made me doubt, sometimes you wrote things that when reading them you thought they were drawn by a lawyer and sometimes you write like a nursery child, my advice, stop acting your way you think all dinka talk like you, and i think some people will agree with me, we need to shun corruption and your likes with those names. it is a join task to us especially the youth how the new republic will be in future. dig through and you will find more corrupt top dogs than Akuien!!.

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              • 13 April 2011 18:45, by the significan Dinka

                Hello every one i know it is too distasted to called myself DINKA DOMINATE SPLA/M but we must a knowledge that they majurity of people who fought the war where Dinkas. and by the way i had change my names to this one here, A classical work doesn’t ever have to be understood entirely. But those who are educated and who are still educating themselves must desire to learn more and more from it. God bless the people apart from riek machar

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            • 13 April 2011 10:41, by Abugurunchol

              HI dinka dominated SPLA let people tell the truth,is not Bhar el Hazal in general but, some people like AKUEN who tooked the public money for his owner over ###[60} millious how do you fill as you are southern sudaness citizen who is now here in this government and no messure had been taken against him.SAVLA KIIR is good man by the way,but they elders of your community are wrong advicses, who advicse him to give AWUN DENG ACUIL that position of public services in GOSS level. is now mass up everything in public services

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        • 13 April 2011 08:45, by Quol Quot

          Dinka Dominated SPLA.

          I apologized for generalizing lots of people. But lets talk truth here. How will Salva Kiir be in a position to punish those who commit the crime of corruption when Akuein was left untouched? If 10 more people take that amount of money from the gov’t, don’t you think the government will not collapse financially?.

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          • 13 April 2011 09:10, by Dinka Dominated SPLA

            Any way Mr Quol go on with your critism but make sure that this government of south sudan has full of corrupted leader but i will not mantion anyone who had not being charge with corruption and i know you are trying to tell the truth about corruption in our society which is good for us but what bother me is a name bhar el gazal and Gokrial as you said but that is okey.and thank for your respone.
            I hart those few people who are trying to bring shame to us in Gokrial or should i say death to them

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        • 13 April 2011 10:17, by Deng Bornyang


          Quol Quot is a nationalist un like you idiot who think we shall cover up corruptist like you and you uncles from Barelgazal. There is A very great different between Dr. John Garang and Salva Kiir in their leadership strategies. Garang awards based on perfomances where as Kiir awards based on where you come from. This clearly shows that people from your side of Barelgazal are not civilized.

          We must tell the truth look the ones that kiir appointed to some senior positions might not be appointed by Garang De mabior or any other educated andd smart leader.


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          • 13 April 2011 15:29, by Green is beautiful

            Hey Deng Bornyang,
            You are the only hopless,crazy,carless and useless person I every seen commenting like this which made me to response.How do you called your protecter corrupt?This Bhar El Ghazalist are the very smartest and carful people in the South.However, the more you called them what ever you think,they more they will be.

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        • 13 April 2011 11:05, by Mony de Jang

          Dinka Dominated SPLA!

          Notwithstanding how genuin your names are, I would advice you to avoid being idiotic. Where did you get the Bor Dinka from? Is it the Dinka Bor that Mentions Bhar el Ghazal and by sections in Southern Sudan here? Don’t you in your hectic capacity know that Bhar el Ghazal is a region famous through its people and can be known elsewhere in the Sudan and beyond then looking at Bor with suspicion? I am not a Bor Man but, I react to statements posed by foolish class of people like you.

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      • 13 April 2011 12:34, by Gatwech

        See, even foreign officials are sick of our worldwide known corruption and insult our officials in that meeting as corrupt people.

        I felt ashamed of our officials who are corrupt when I read a report published by the Ugandan-based Monitor online newspaper revealing the between our officials and Ugandan officials in the corruption saga.

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      • 14 April 2011 06:29, by Augustino

        Hi quot Quot, your claiming is right thing but by using wrong terms/ wrong names altogether. Yes Akuien Chol and Kuol Athian came from Bahr el Ghazel but they are individuals appointed by the government of South Sudan not Bahr el Ghazel people. If they were corrupt then they are but not all Bahr el Ghazel people we are revolutionaries,right from the founding of the movement to the end of the struggle, therefore, your colleagues/ comrades Bahr el Ghazelians will not be dispointed on you because your points are correct but you had addressed them wrongly by using a divisive words, please be advised that they are individual and the failure of the government does not constitute their support from Bahr el Ghazel.$6000000 million is not only the money been taken away from the south, take pagan Amum for example, he is a sole shareholder of mobile network in Juba and if you could reason it out and ask yourself of how much is his salary for 6 years which ending him up with a company of one man, then you may rank him as well as Akuien.
        South Australia

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      • 14 April 2011 11:03, by redarmy

        Oh oh oh! my dear readers, is it good for corruption to be known earily by the foriegners while we have only 6 years in the government and our corruption is heard worldwide?. Are you really there for your people or your own stomach?.Hello, my future generation don’t hope for things to change, your fathers need to cover hunger for 1000 years.we don’t know what will happen after independent, it will be worse more than this.

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    • 13 April 2011 10:42, by Sudani Logik


      Corruption is part and parcel of the evil aspect of human nature, you will NEVER be able to eradicate it but it can be managed and minimized.

      Corruption should not be condoned but we need to understand its root causes, some of the GoSS and SPLA/M leaders have suffered immensely during the war to the point many of them along side their soldiers would eat nothing but raw meat and grass for survival for months on end.

      Now that there’s relative peace many of them don’t feel secure as to when they maybe removed from office or placed in positions without financial capacity, so the mentality is to acquire as much money as possible before its too late, sadly this trend is not unique to one tribe or region as there are millionaires from all tribes driving the latest Land Cruisers in Juba as I write this comment. However, this is just a mentality which could be overcome with time.

      Moreover, some of you commenting on here probably know or are related to someone who was involved in corruption in some way shape or form, it would be good if corruption could be minimized by all rather than relying on GoSS to do all the work. GoSS is a jungle and the strong will survive by pressing the weak etc etc...

      This Joint Donor Team itself is corrupt as it puts in place strict conditions in regards to recruitment of locals and ensuring many of their nationals are heading departments which in turn ensures repatriation of a significant % of funds donated in the name of development. If they recruited more locals for the provision of services & basic commodites, much of that income would be injected back in the local economy and thus contributing to economic growth reducing the need for corruption as many people depend on their relatives in GoSS for financial help leading them to accept kick backs to feed the army of unemployed relatives.

      Education, poverty reduction programs and nationalism are the real antidotes to corruption rather than jail sentences, if jailing people for crime was the best method, most crimes would not exist (although it is true that jails are needed but as part of the solution). Sound and implementable government policies and a feeling of responsibility by all members of society could really help reduce corruption. If people could be more self reliant then the need to be corrupt or corrupt others would be significantly reduced, GoSS would do well to invest more in micro-finance initiatives and vocational courses to reduce employment among the youth.

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      • 13 April 2011 12:49, by mohammed ali


        The jalabbi in disguise

        The jalabbi in southerners shoes!

        You made laugh and feel sorry for you! Such a long article advocating corruption!

        You will NEVER be able to eradicate corruption!Funny! What we are talking about is corruption of the big fat cats who are at the helm of the government!Small civil servants who emezzel 3-5 millions Sudanese pounds will not affect the development of the country. The big corruption by ministers, governers and the like who are cpable of lootiong billions of dollars and divereting all funds of development for thei own greed and personal interest should be accountable and should go to jail, to prison even for life.Punishment is to deter others not to stop the progress of the nation and is not a revenge.

        This type of corruption SHOULD BE and MUST BE completely eradicated!

        How can you educate people when there are no funds,? how can you allivate poverty when the money is looted and squanered? how could there be nationalism when your heroes and leaders are looters and thives? You are asking the poor man to sacrifice and be patriotic and nationalist while the corrupt leaders are destroying the nation! Pathetic!

        Am not specifically talking about a certain country, but corruption which diminshes the nation chances of getting more education, reduces the chances to alivate poverty and destroys the nation MUST be eradicated and we should fight it whole heartedly without any excuse and without mercy and remorse.

        Let them go to hell not only to jail!

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        • 13 April 2011 16:07, by Sudani Logik


          Where do you get this Jalaba in disguise from? on this site my comments are neutral and have never alluded to allegiance to a region, political party, tribe or religion. Logic is my reasoning and nothing else, I hope you can get that through your brainwashed skull! But I enjoy putting racists supremacist like you in their place.

          Can you give me a single quote in my above comment defending corruption?

          Doctors can diagnose a disease but they also tell you the cause and ways of avoiding the disease.

          Now, how an earth could you claim that junior civil servants involved in corruption would not harm a nation but corruption by senior government officials would? NO logic what so ever. If one (irrespective of position) embezzles even 100,000 SDG, its a problem for the relevant department when you multiply that by a few hundred officials then it becomes a national problem as it affects large sections of government. So naturally all levels of corruption affects any country.

          Most of your assertions are based on biased media outlets like “Al Intibah” which have nothing positive to say about the South in general while completely ignoring the institutional corruption in Khartoum. You tend to condemn the thief and praise the mass murderer. When it comes to corruption in the billions, you should direct your questions at NCP:

          Street 60 = contract 35m $ yet its not more than 4/5 Kilometers

          Merowe dam = contract over 700m $ yet it produces less than two third of its projected output

          Jazeera project = contract worth 100s of millions but its now redundant

          Al Jazeera state highway = contract worth 170m $ but not a single km is complete

          Ya Mohammed, I could go on all day but its probably a waste of time with you. corruption has never been completely eradicated anywhere in the world, not in a single country! some forms of corruption leaves no trail and its almost impossible to apprehend. The SPLM are no angels either but comparing them to NCP is like comparing a 5 year old boy with a 21 year old man, it just doesn’t make sense. However, the SPLM needs to make fundamental changes in order to serve the interest of southerners.

          You will do better if you debate and learn rather than shout insults and ignore the facts.

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    • 13 April 2011 20:17, by Haak

      dear readers and all observers around the globe

      i personal would like to spit it out frankly that, the independence of so called southern sudan anti-corruption commission is not in it position or 100%. sincerely, in regard to this article, we learned that the body (anti-corruption) was formed in 2006 but has not brought to law any official since, do we really think they are independent? No they are not, because i believed if they are independent they would have already brought in to justice some corruption culprits like the man who has swindle 2% for so many years and whose name would not be mention do to security purposes but NO INDEPENDENCE TO ANTI-CORRUPTION, at the end they involved themselves because they ought to be the final individual

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  • 13 April 2011 08:08, by amon

    Our current regime (GOSS)is full of hungry, corrupt and illiterate leaders who don’t think about the future development, but rather how much they can steal in the future. They stole millions of dollars from development funds to buy houses and luxurious cars in the foreign countries.

    But the time will come when they vomit all what they swallow that didn’t belong to them, remember what is happening to Mubarak of Egypt now, there is no one above the law no matter how much longer you stay in power.Our leaders will regret one day if they don’t want to listen.

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  • 13 April 2011 12:53, by Jongkuch

    The anti-corruption commission has not persecuted even a single case of corruption since it was set up. This is riduclous. If the commission has no powers to persecute corrupt criminals, then it should not be there in the first.The government should not think it is going to fool us with promises that have no value. The people of South Sudan are losing money twice: through corrupt practices and paying the salaries of people working in the commission that does nothing. Somebody has to come to his/her senses before it is too late.


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    • 13 April 2011 14:36, by Stephen Gatloth K

      Only to the article,Gatloth Gai in Bentiu.

      The formation of anti-corruption commission in southern Sudan was not meaningful to do it duty,just to blinfol and add the corruption speed.

      Sincerely speaking,even I never heard any single senoir gov`t official persecuted in this government.Is it becuase the gov`t top corrupted officials and the anti-corruption commision are all from the same tribe?We do`t know.

      It is better for the Join Donor Team to withdraw their fund since their expectation is not put on place by Kiir`s gov`t.How could anti-corruption commission can acts when Salva Kiir self is a corrupted and drankerd president.Also the GOSS is monopolised (control)by one tribe.What level do we think could a corruption be if the gov`t is in that manner.

      All the key ministers are Dinka,Ministry of finance,interior,deffence and others key commission.Does it mean that you the Join Donor Team JDT doing better if you are continues paying your money into one pucket(Dinka).How many times a money was sealed in thousand of carton packed in Ambaland pretended to be dead body (Ugandan) taking to Uganda for burrial.And Kiir himself was awares of every corruption case and those committed are all Dinka.

      Is it must that,finance minister be hold by Dinka only anuallly.The former finance minister who is Dinka and found guity of misused about billion dolar without persecution.That was becuase President himself found that the case is reflected to him if anti-corruption commission is on duty.

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      • 13 April 2011 17:15, by Quol Quot

        Gatloth Gai in Bentiu,
        becuase the gov`t top corrupted officials and the anti-corruption commision are all from the same tribe?We do`t know.

        Top government officials are not from the same tribe.

        Salva Kiir------President.
        Riek Machar------V. President.
        Wani Igga-------- Speaker
        Matip Nhial -------Deputy Army Chief of Staff.
        Nhial Deng -------Defense minister
        Pagan Amum------General Secretary
        Hoth Mai---------General chief of staff
        Luk Jok---------- Attorney General( Legal affairs)

        which one tribe these people belong

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  • 13 April 2011 20:01, by Lokeji

    By the way guys, corruption has not tribe, religion, party,race or region but rather it’s one of the contigous dieases that catches any visionless and irresponsible person.
    Let me assume that, all those individuals who are now holding senior positions in the government of south sudan are previously SPLA combatans, my questions to them, what was their reasons of picking up arms gainst the jalaba regime? and was this the nature of the new sudan that they were intending to establish in sudan as a whole?
    If at all, they are individuals with a clear vision to establish a democratic, meritocratic state that can accummodate all the southern sudanese regardles of their tribal affliations or regional directions, they could set themseves as a living example to the entire people to show that they were fighting for this dream.But to my dismay, they are the most corrupted elements with impunity in their government of self service on the pretext of being liberators.Being just called a liberator can access you to many privillages in south sudan.But what sometimes makes me dubious is the concentrated meaning of the word LIBERATOR.Which obliged me to question, who is a liberator in regards to southern liberation concept? Both southern lay men and politicians are divided in the definition of this word, some are saying it’s only applicable to those who had spent the last 21yrs in the SPLM/A liberation areas, while others are negating this meaning saying that it’s only for those who carried the gun in the bushes of southern sudan and confronted the enemy in the battle field.But the un acceptable definition by the two above definitions, says that this word is implied to all those who took part both directly or indirectly in the southern liberation, i.e our brothers who had the chance to face the enemy in the battle field are not better than our brothers in diaspora who contributed financially or connected the liberation leaders with their host country governments nor are they the best from those who remain within the jalaba area, because the enemy inside your fence is worse than the one outside the fence.
    Therefore we are call to redefine our central and national interest before things fall apart. Our interest is in our unity and respect.Morality and sound consciousnes is the fundamental qualities that guards objective leaders.
    Give to Ceaser what belongs to ceaser and to God what belongs to God.

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    • 13 April 2011 21:24, by Angelo Ajiech Manyuat

      Dear readers,

      If we don’t stop talking about generalization or labeling of tribes, regions & States in this website then tribal war will not stop. I think it will be a good idea & make a perfect sense to condemn an individual separately in whatever she/he does, but her/his tribe shouldn’t be insult period. As a matter of fact, I hate to see our fellows and fellowees who engaged in a dirty politics which is fruitless & will have a great impact for our generations to come. Folks, every leader has his/her strength & weakness if most of you don’t judge leaders by their merits. To be specific, most of our Nuer folks especially Gatwich always criticized only president Kiir when things went wrong & excluded Vice president Riak, which is totally wrong & intensified tribalism. I mean if we don’t stop defending and covering up our leaders then who is going to correct them. In respond to Gatloth comment above about why only Dinkas held the position of Finace Minister since the formation of the GOSS?

      To answer your question, I think it’s not fair according to my personal judgement. I believe that position should be given to someone who has a necessary qualifications & trustworthy one who is capable of handling public funds properly. Also about the question that only Dinkas are corruptees, I think Quol Quot has answered the question correctly by listed all the names of the top government officials which prove that corruptors are not only Dinkas, but all top government officials who come from all different tribes in South Sudan. On the contrary, I disagree with Quol Quot about his remark that Dinka Bahr El Ghazal are the most corrupt, illiterate and uncivilize. Quol, I warn you to stop that kind of remarks if you don’t like a future division amongst Dinkas. You have a right to complain & criticize the former Minister of Finance Arthur Akuien Chol, but you don’t have a right to insult all Bahr El Ghazal people who have nothing to do with stolen monies period. Quol, how much money did the former Minister of Road & transportation Mrs. Nyandeng Garang stolen when she was given more than $40 million to build bridges and connect roads across the South, but she didn’t do a shit till she relieved from her post shamelessly.

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