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Kiir appoints 78 ambassadors, directs immediate transfers


March 9, 2012 (JUBA) - South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir on Wednesday
issued a decree appointing 78 ambassadors earmarked for various
diplomatic and consular services in the country’s foreign affairs and
international cooperation ministry.

Salva Kiir (Reuters)The list comprises of 10 grade one, 43 grade two and 25 grade three ambassadors. The announcement, made public on international women’s day, however, only saw eight slots allocated to women, raising
questions on gender balance.

Meanwhile President Kiir, according to the official government
website, has directed the minister of foreign affairs and
international cooperation to immediately transfer and assign the
ambassadors appointed in accordance with 7 March decree.
Details of the decree below;

1- Presidential Decree No. 18/2012 for the appointment of grade (1)
Ambassadors into the diplomatic and Consular service in the ministry
of foreign Affairs and international Cooperation of the Republic of
South Sudan, 2012 AD.

The Ambassadors are:
S/N Name
1- Mr. Majok Guandon Thiep
2- Dr. Chol Deng Alak
3- Mr. Mohamed Hassan Bakeit
4- Mr. Makelele Nyajok
5- Dr. Eluzai Mogga Yokwe
6- Dr. Akec Khoc Acieu
7- Mr. Sebit Abbe Alley

Directives are given to the minister of foreign Affairs and
International Cooperation to transfer and assign the ambassadors so
appointed in accordance with this decree forthworth.

2- Presidential Decree No. 19/2012 for the appointment of Grade (1)
Ambassadors in to the Diplomatic and consular service in the ministry
of foreign Affairs and international Cooperation of the Republic of
South Sudan. The Ambassadors are: -

S/N Name
1- Mr. Paul Macuel Malok
2- Dr. Andrew Akon Akec Kuol
3- Mr. Kuol Alor Kuol

The minister of foreign Affairs and international Cooperation is
hereby directed to transfer and assign the Ambassadors so appointed in
accordance with this decree forthworth.

3- Presidential Decree No. 20/2012 for the appointment of Grade (2)
Ambassadors into the Diplomatic and consular service in the ministry
of foreign Affairs and international Cooperation of the Republic of
South Sudan, 2012 AD.

The Ambassadors are:
S/N Name
1- Mr. Anthony Louis Kon
2- Mr. Ajing Adiang Mariik
3- Mr. Alier Deng Rual
4- Mr. Akuei Bona Malwal
5- Mr. Majak Philemon Majok
6- Mr. Baak Valentino Wol
7- Mr. John Andruga Duku
8- Mr. Mariano Deng Ngor
9- Dr. Francis George Nazario
10- Mr. Joseph Moum Majak
11- Mr. Parmena Makuet Mangar
12- Mr. Philip Jada Natana
13- Mr. Arop Deng Kuol
14- Mr. Michael Majok Ayom
15- Gabriel Gai Riak
16- Mr. Bol Wek Agoth
17- Dr. John Gai Yoh
18- Dr. Daniel Peter Othol
19- Mr. Ezekiel Lol Gathouth
20- Mr. Samuel Luate Lominsuk
21- Mr. Awad El Karim Ibrahim Ali
22- Mr. Adam Saeed AbuBakr Kabawa
23- Mr. Mustafa Lowoh Walla
24- Mr. Aban Yor Yor
25- Ms. Sittona Abdalla Osman
26- Mr. Pidor Tut Pul
27- Mr. James Ernest Onge
28- Mr. Jwokthab Amum Ajak
29- Mr. Paul Malong Akaro
30- Mr. Deng Deng Nhial
31- Mr. Lazaros Akoi Arou
32- Mr. Ruben Marial Benjamin
33- Abdon Terkoc Matuet
34- Mr. James Pitia Morgan
35- Mr. Dhanojak Obongo Othow
36- Mr. Jokwen Yukwan Ayiik
37- Mr. Michael Nyang Jok
38- Mr. Michael Mayiel Chuol
39- Ms. Abuk Nikonora Manyok
40- Ms. Nyandeng Joshua Dei Wal
41- Mr. Chol Mawut Unguec Ajonga
42- Mr. Darius Garang Wol Mabior
43- Mr. Joseph Ayok Ayok

The minister of foreign affairs and international cooperation is
hereby directed to transfer and assign the Ambassadors so appointed in
accordance with this decree forthworth.

4- Presidential Decree No. 21/2012 for the appointment of Grade (3)
Ambassadors into the Diplomatic and Consular Services in the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs and international Cooperation of the Republic of
South Sudan 2012 A.D.

S/N Name
1- Mr. Thiik Agoth Giir
2- Mr. Nickson Deng Peter
3- Mr. Morris Batali Simon
4- Ms. Mary Badoda Francis
5- Mr. Hamilton Michael Lugor
6- Mr. Akwoch Daniel Diing
7- Ms. Jago Arop Yor
8- Mr. James Kur Muorwel
9- Ms. Sarah Victor Bol
10- Mr. William Wani Ruben
11- Mr. Wol Mayar Ariec
12- Mr. David Buom Choat
13- Ms Agnes A.O Oswaha
14- Mr. Caesar Oliha Yanga
15- Mr. Garang Garang Diing
16- Mr. Kau Nak Maper
17- Mr. Ambrose Raphael Tamania
18- Mr. Kahmis Agar Wol
19- Mr. Hassan Yousif Ngor
20- Mr. John Simon Yor Kur
21- Mr. Juma Dino Amoi
22- Mr. Dominique Panthair Mading
23- Dr. Riek Pouk Riek
24- Mr. Martin Kahmis Tabia
25- Mr. Raphael Nhial Kulang


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  • 10 March 2012 08:06, by Dakoom

    The list is full of Dinka and injustice to Nuer and other communities.

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    • 10 March 2012 08:44, by Dakoom

      The Ambassadors are:
      Mr. Majok Guandon Thiep
      Dr. Chol Deng Alak
      Mr. Mohamed Hassan Bakeit
      Mr. Makelele Nyajok
      Dr. Eluzai Mogga Yokwe
      Dr. Akec Khoc Acieu
      Mr. Sebit Abbe Alley

      Mr. Paul Macuel Malok
      Dr. Andrew Akon Akec Kuol
      Mr. Kuol Alor Kuol

      Mr. Anthony Louis Kon
      Mr. Ajing Adiang Mariik
      Mr. Alier Deng Rual
      Mr. Akuei Bona Malwal

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      • 10 March 2012 23:42, by Elijah B. Elkan

        Mr. Dakoom,

        If you’re going to repeat what is in the article, at lease give the original writer some credit as the source. What you did is called plagiarism. You need to write in your words. No disrespect to you sir, but you need to be careful lifting someone else writing and make it your own.

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        • 11 March 2012 03:41, by panom lualbil

          Hey guys! I compell you read names of 78 AMBASSADRS, one
          person names are fakes.For example, the word ’MAKELELE’ is a kishailli word meaning TALKATIVE. While the last name NYAJOK is a female name in nuer. And the prefix MR. for male in english. I believed this is how nuer pay themselves twice. So afterall, what gender would you like to put the person?

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    • 10 March 2012 08:47, by aguach arab

      To. Anti-traitor

      you are right.the appointment is confine to one region only.
      it is too open for even a blind to see.i call on the ghost of the RSS to disolve the so called SS Ati corruption commission coz it is redundant and a waste of money for nothing.there is no need of keeping a dog loose at night when it can not bark at strangers.

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      • 12 March 2012 14:38, by Bungachier 50

        Dear Readers, Corruption is gaining very serious momentum in the RoSS Government. Read what happened during the Swearing in of the LSLA. The Swearing in of Lakes State Legislative Assembly Members, Friday 8th March 2012.
        The procedures of swearing in the whole Members of the Hon. August House including Speaker and Deputy Speaker were constitutionally right.But,the swearing in of the Speaker and

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        • 12 March 2012 14:56, by Bungachier 50

          his Deputy were unconstitutional, coz they were appointed by the Governor’s Decree N0:- 16/2012. Why Unconstitutional, the Speaker/Deputy was supposed to be elected according to the Article 65 Sub: Article (1) which reads “The Speaker and Deputy Speaker shall be elected among its Members from the first sitting”.The other opposition would have been the Members of Aug. House themselves to reconfirm

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          • 12 March 2012 15:10, by Bungachier 50

            their positions and not the Decree from H.E the Governor. What I want to confirm is that, the Speaker/Deputy weren’t elected nor reconfirm by the House. The RoSS was liberated from what they call Sudan through long struggle. In this regard, we still need to liberate ourselves from such wrong actions and Dictatorship.
            Comrade Gwakgwe Paul

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    • 10 March 2012 11:12, by Isaac Khamis

      I think that 50% of of appointees are having close relationship to some of our ministers and Generals.
      They are:
      1- Kuol Alor Kuol- Brother to Deng Alor Kuol
      2- Deng Deng Nhial- Brother to Nhial Deng
      3- Akuei Bona Malual Brother in-law to both Nhial & Deng
      4- Arop Deng Kuol Brother to Pieng Deng- General
      5- Nyang Jok Alith Brother in-law to Nyandeng wife of late
      6- Ruben Marial Benjamin

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      • 10 March 2012 23:56, by Elijah B. Elkan

        Mr. Isaac Khamis,

        "I think that 50% of appointees are having close relationship to some of our ministers and Generals" I am with you dude, but you need to prove it to your readers that you got you fact right and not hearsay. "I THINK" sound so idiotic, you’re making some serious allegations, which means you could be help accountable to your reckless accusations.

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      • 15 March 2012 21:18, by Abyei101

        most of these are incorrect! Kuol Alor firstly, is not Deng Alors brother, they are cousins. That has no relation with him being appointed, he has had 35 years experience in the Ministry of Foreign affairs in the north! he has been and ambassador for the past 18 years!

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    • 10 March 2012 13:04, by Murle

      That appointment of Mr Presiedent is not a fair.
      hw come that names of those appointed are mostly???????????
      Please, Kiir adjust yourself

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      • 10 March 2012 16:21, by Cobra Bior

        @ Mr. Murle.ahahahahah everybody is complaining even murlei. would you tell me who is equaling person out in Pibor who would hold those positions in other countries? thats why we argue you to quit cattles rustling and join the game or you will always full the tail. just saying.

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    • 10 March 2012 16:16, by Abraham Ayom

      Decree is issued, so what next?

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      • 10 March 2012 20:39, by morogot batal

        the next thing is none dinka to quit dinkas and see what to do....enough is enough...we fed up of such as did...dinkas was using us as their tools of fighting while they were busy sending their boys to schools abroad...if nothing then south sudan will be another IRAQ...some people can see my comment as a jok but this is the truth

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    • 11 March 2012 04:10, by panom lualbil

      Dakoom, that’s because dinka dominated SPLA against arabs during civil war as the first big community wheras your second big community were halves ARABS, ETHIOPIA and south. So do the maths!!! You better believe me, most of ur leaders whom dinka push into government are there by chances because of amnesty. sEcOnD bIG but useless in history.shame!!! shame!!!

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    • 15 March 2012 21:27, by Abyei101

      it’S sad that the only thing our people can notice is the tribes that these people are from. do u stop to think that maybe, just maybe they are bigger things to worry about! yes corruption is a major factor in our country, instead of looking at where they are from stop to think if they are qualified! isn’t that what really matters? people to Go into the world and represent us as SOUTHERN SUDANESE

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  • 10 March 2012 08:07, by omoni jr.

    The incompetent leadership of SPLM should reconsider the budget and economy of the country before they started apponting the ambassadors,we need to reduce the ambassadorial positions,period.

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  • 10 March 2012 08:25, by viper


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    • 10 March 2012 08:42, by Michael Angelo

      Some people within this list are not even qualify to be Consul General leave alone ambassadorial position. Kiir should appointed educated and experienced people that not embarrassed our country. Appointing Deng Deng Nhial can be counted as a nepotism to Foreign Minister Nhial Deng Nhial. "A good leader cannot start employment from his own family" By Me.

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    • 11 March 2012 03:43, by Eyez


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  • 10 March 2012 08:34, by malueth gueet dot N

    Please dont always generlise that Dinkas are the ones dominating.These are pple from Salva kiir’s home town and village.how many of these appointed are from Dinka BOR or nuer?very few.less than five. Blame this poor leadership on Warrap state.

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    • 10 March 2012 09:25, by akid malual

      Attention .Twic/E: the appointed of the South Sudan ambassador Comrade Kiir Mayardit is on error please. The first classical of the appointed of ambassador should be legitimate far as Corruption. Dr Garang de Mabior is founder ofthe independent State. question?.(1) what is ambassador. (2) what is their role. (3) what is their qualification. The wise mind status acknowledge assign before sign.

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    • 10 March 2012 09:55, by Gogrialboys

      Malueth Gueet, if we always see appointment like ratio distribution, I don’t think we will move this nation forward.
      What I know is that, a president has a right to appoint who ever he think can do the job not for him, but for the nation. Besides, if you are from Bor, I don’t see the analogy you just use that you and Nuer are left out.
      You can not appease Nuer, nor will they appreciate your love.

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  • 10 March 2012 09:17, by Joseph

    It is totally unfair mr. Kiir. This nomination did not meet fair standard based on what you claimed after the election that you will be appointing people according to their qualification. Where is our learned friend DR. JAMES OKUK SOLOMON. Mr. KIIR you are a BIG joker in South Sudan. No body will take you words serious in South Sudan Any more. Shame on you!!

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    • 10 March 2012 09:33, by Makoor

      Dinka Bor alone has 6 ambassadors appointed Namely:

      1)Dr.Akhec Khoc Acieu
      2)Michael Majok Ayom
      3)Michael Nyang Jook
      4)Gabriel Gai Riak
      5)Dr Chol Deng Alak
      7) ........
      8)......... three of those I may not know.

      Why? why? why one tribe? Are they better than others?

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      • 10 March 2012 09:42, by Makoor

        Three other DinkaBor ambassadors:

        1)Alier Deng Ruai
        2)Chol mawut unguec
        3)Joseph Ayok Ayok.

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        • 10 March 2012 10:47, by Isaac Khamis

          To assure you that those appointees will not execute their in the interest of South Sudan. 80% of those who were have blood relationship with numbers of serving ministers. only three among 78 are competent because of knowledge and experiences and they are:1- Majok Guandon from Lou Nuer 2- Dr Akec Khoc From Yirol was to be appointed by late leader in 1984
          Gai Riak From Bor County.

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        • 10 March 2012 12:14, by Allajabu

          Probably conjuring up list of appointees as Bor Dinka shows your lack of knowledge about the tribe in itself. Who does not know that people like Chol Deng Alak are from Abyei; Chol Mawut Unguec is from Western Bahr El Gazaal; Joseph Ayok Ayok is from Bahr El Gazaal, just to mentioned a few? If you don’t know Bor Dinka intact, please restraint from issuing misinformation on public fora...

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          • 10 March 2012 12:21, by Allajabu


            If Bor Dinka has many appointees than they are no more than four, but will you even care to know them? For example, Chol Deng Alak has been a Sudanese ambassador to Russia until CPA came to elapsed in 2010, but he is also the current Chairman of Abyei Community. After all, I am convince that you were making up your list to deceive members of this discussion board, majority of which are...

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            • 10 March 2012 12:26, by Allajabu

              have no basic education or most are primary school leavers, to which most are better than you. Cross check before you vomit your nonsensical next time. In 21th, the gravest crime you can commit is disseminating lies and disinformation to the pubic because we live in information age.
              Hassan Al Surur Dinkawi

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        • 10 March 2012 22:20, by Loko El Pollo


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        • 12 March 2012 08:54, by Daniel Buolmawei

          1)Alier Deng Ruai
          2)Chol mawut unguec
          3)Joseph Ayok Ayok.

          Magoor, really made me laughed. There are no double names in Bor such as Ayok Ayok, I doubted the last name of Chol Mawut "Unguec." Never heard such name in Bor. Also Alier Deng last name would be in doubt. It would be either "Rual" or "Aruai" to qualify it as "Bor" name, but "Ruai" is rare. Isaac, Dr. Akech Koch is Bor not Yirol.

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          • 12 March 2012 09:01, by Daniel Buolmawei

            Chol Deng Alak is a well-known South Sudanese leader from Abyei. Anyone who knows the history of Abyei and the Abyei Liberation Movement (ALM) which was started before the SPLA/M would know who Chol Deng Alak is and where he hails from. Abyei Liberation Movement was separated Movement before the SPLA/M started and before they joined the SPLA/M in 1983 and Chol Deng Alak was leader of ALM.

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      • 10 March 2012 23:36, by Elijah B. Elkan

        Mr. Makoor,

        OK, what’s your point. Your comment make no senses, please clarify.

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      • 15 March 2012 21:32, by Abyei101

        Chol Deng Alak is not Bor!

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  • 10 March 2012 09:40, by NGAANGOLTIIN

    Jönköz regime. Let them steal everything, jobs, lands, cows, money infact just everything. The coup will happen very soon, and all those jönkööööööööözzzz will be replaced with genuine South Sudanese. Shame on you Kiir, go to hell

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    • 10 March 2012 11:36, by Ruach

      Jebe! Jebeni/Jabaarin have qualified in killing Lou-Nuer and Dinka Bor.Your rate of education is just only -0.00000001%.Even u,you have only secondary Education Certificate in your hand.Go to school to qualify for any posts in the gov’t or NGO.

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  • 10 March 2012 10:39, by Tamongali

    Mr. president 78 ambassadors is too big, putting in your mind the austerity you are adopting.mind that any of the ambassador gets a least a salary of $10000 a month. I don’t mind whether Dinka or Nilotics in general are dominant figures if they are qualified, other wise it is a sort of corruption.

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    • 10 March 2012 11:02, by akid malual

      Please Mr President this is too much..................... know qualificate from Twic Ease to be ambassasor? Late John Garang Congratulation the Work and freedom to the People of South Sudan. Twic will remember Bul Khoc stand on fire.

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      • 10 March 2012 11:36, by Bul Khoc

        Dear Kiir,

        You gravely were either intoxicated with corruption or wine when you make this unbalanced selection of ambassadors.
        Not to complain of other Dinkas who took the elephant’s share, I just want to point out that other minority tribes have been segregated in this process.
        By the way, what were your criteria of appointments?
        Kiir!, kiir! you are driving us in a car without a reverse gear.

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      • 10 March 2012 16:40, by Cobra Bior

        @ Akid malual. Are you retorted? what is Twic East got to do with this? these amb. were not selected base on counties but states levels. if you are not comfortable with this, get life some were. telling us stuff that make no sense. what John Garang got to do with this? Did he fought the war by himself? i hate dumb people to be exact.....

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  • 10 March 2012 11:38, by Anynya One

    There is No hope for Southern Sudanese people, luck of leadership. [ CRY FOR THE BELOVED COUNTRY ] Lets wait for what the future holds... Thus pandemic

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  • 10 March 2012 13:24, by Tambura

    All food lovers become ambassadors, sons and brothers of corrupted ministers all of them got post.... Things will change one day there is no prominent situation....

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  • 10 March 2012 14:18, by Manyang

    Don’t waste your time brothers and sister because you will never change anything. You know our government employ people based on who you know rather than what you know. Let’s not victimize our poor communities for nothing. Most of people nominated got connections at the top. Can you imagine a brother of the foreign minister appointed ambassador? Let the government mess itself comrades.

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  • 10 March 2012 14:33, by Manyang

    Once again, our president had confirmed that he can not read public opinion. The faceless men and women behind the list had betrayed their public trust. The powerful men and women of our country are entrenching their grip on power by nominating their relatives to ambassadorial positions. Authorities in south Sudan must know that the poor masses are watching their manipulation. Death to nepotism.

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  • 10 March 2012 15:36, by manyang mawech


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  • 10 March 2012 18:08, by Elijah B. Elkan

    Mr. President job well done. Let’s wish well. And hope these ambassadors have superior acknowledge of foreign affairs to represent the government of south Sudan. Any deviation from duties he/she must recall immediately. Just remember what Lam Akol did ??. The government does not need another one. Its a relief James Okuk, Lam Akol, and Justin Ambago names were not in the list. Whew!

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    • 11 March 2012 07:10, by James Okuk Solomon

      Elinah B. Elkan,

      Really. I did not know that you love me, Dr. Ambago and Dr. Lam so much so that you cannot think without us. What a good supporter by default! Thanks a lot for always being with us even by method of negativity and hatred. It is your freedom and with no quarrels from our side! Keep on the good job though a dirty one. Yours Sincerely. No signature.

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      • 11 March 2012 10:21, by Elijah B. Elkan

        Mr. James Okuk,

        Fist, you need to disassociate yourself from the 2 individuals, who shall not be named. This is not a personal attack but a wake up call to get out the loop!. Your college days are over. You’re in the real world now so act like a grown up. You need to earn respect and not demand it by intimidation. I have no reason to hate you however, I have strong dislike for pomposity.

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  • 10 March 2012 18:35, by Mi diit

    God will soon punish South Sudan because of tribalism in leadership.

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  • 10 March 2012 18:46, by lupai moses

    Dear president,u have done a lot of good things more specially during the formation of the new cabinet and now your appointment of ambassadors is the worst you have ever done,it is good to be fair so that equality is in place,please reverse your degree for better south Sudan that we hope to live in.

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  • 11 March 2012 00:31, by Yasmeen

    Congratulations to Majok Guandong Thiep. He truly Deserves this position.

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    • 11 March 2012 03:33, by Elijah B. Elkan

      Mr. Yasmeen,

      "Congratulations to Majok Guandong Theip. He truly Deserves this position". Nonsense, the word "deserves" has negative connotation attached to it. Either he is qualify for the job or it was a gift because someone got paid off. Is that you’re suggesting?. Please clarify to your readers, because this one liner of yours makes no senses.

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  • 11 March 2012 07:20, by American Missile.

    Dear Readers.

    Your opinions, reactions,and compliment about appointing Ambassadors by the President was fair and justices.

    First and foremost, my question is Why do you question the Presidential Appointment while the New Nation wants its people to be serve? what are your contributions? suggest what you think is good than making Hate Complaint and Speech.
    Think wise before your insults.

    By life.

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  • 11 March 2012 07:22, by James Okuk Solomon

    If true congratulations to the 78 Ambassadors who got employed with presidential instruction to the Foreign Minister to transfer and deploy them. Looking forward for more ambassadorial employment as a reward for having a new nation after SPLM golden liberation.

    But I failed to understand the difference and connection between tansfer and deployment. Not found in international diplomatic law.

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    • 11 March 2012 11:31, by Elijah B. Elkan

      Mr. Okuk,

      Your contemptuous remarks—your "congratulations" can’t be sincere. In one hand you’re having doubts about the appointees on the other hand you’re congratulating them. Your entire apparatus comments want them to fail. Are you suggesting a "reward for having new nation" is a pay off to whom, all your readers know you’re being sarcastic. As for your last paragraph, what’s your point?.

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      • 11 March 2012 20:41, by James Okuk Solomon


        What is sincere then? The point is portrayer of ignorance or incompetence about the bridge of reality and international diplomatic laws and norms. Am I clear or should I give you milk with fish to make you understand?

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        • 12 March 2012 00:02, by Elijah B. Elkan

          Mr. Okuk,

          Sincere is being honest, and not act like muddy waters. If you’re looking for job with government of south Sudan-god help south Sudan. Sorry, but in my humble opinion you’re not qualify to be ambassador. You’re not a bad person but confused. If I have the ultimate power I will appointed you to a highway minister in the 10 states, and hope you will do a good job to travel in safety.

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  • 11 March 2012 15:00, by Ran Nathdial

    Ladies & Gentlemen, let me draw your attentions please. You realy become to know that Dinkas are food lovers. Meaning, how come 98% of this appoint is from them.

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    • 11 March 2012 19:42, by Elijah B. Elkan

      Mr. Ran Nathdial,

      Is this a comment or question?. If it’s a question will be glad to answer it for you?. It’s so obvious they are (Dinkas) greater in numbers. If you just want to demeaning "Dinka are food lovers" them you will never win this fight, and that’s fact. Just looking from the outside ... you people need to come together!.

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  • 12 March 2012 12:34, by Raan Warrap

    They are relatives to the ministers especially the grade 2 ambassadors, that is quite clear. I don’t doubt the illegitimacy of these appointments. But what can we as citizens do? Congratulations to those selected I guess....

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  • 15 March 2012 21:53, by Abyei101

    i personally know of Alier Deng, Chol Deng and Kuol Alor! these people have more than 30 years experience to back them up! answer me this, if faced with great diplomatic crisis would they say ’oh well my tribe back home will help me deal with this?’ its about qualifications & THE ABILITY TO REPRESENT us, S.SUDANESE IN A POSITIVE MANNER! how is where they come from relevant?
    S.Sudan,truly saddening

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