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South Sudan president sacks top police generals


January 10, 2016 (JUBA) - South Sudanese President, Salva Kiir, has sacked several top police generals, including inspector general of police two days after his government lost the ministry of interior to the armed opposition faction of the Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement (SPLM-IO) under the leadership of former vice-president, Riek Machar.

Former Police Inspector General Pieng Deng Kuol (Photo File EPA)

The purged generals included a long serving police inspector general, Pieng Deng Kuol and his deputy, Andrew Kuol Nyuon, and have been replaced with Makur Arol as new inspector general and Biel Ruot as his deputy.

The order was broadcast by the state owned South Sudan Television (SSTV) on Saturday evening and did not elaborate on the motives of the changes at the time the government and armed opposition are expected to form a new transitional government of national unity.

The docket of the ministry of interior, according to the selection of ministerial positions conducted on Thursday will be occupied by the nominee of the opposition faction of SPLM-IO who will recommend a new inspector general to command the police force in the country.

The latest move is also seen as a way to curb the power of influence of some of the officers in the security and police services which have long influenced politics from behind the scene.

General Kuol previously served as deputy chief of general staff for finance and administration in South Sudan’s army (SPLA) before being removed from active military service in 2013 and put on reserve list of senior military officers who have been awaiting reassignment.

His former deputy, general Nyuon was one of the longest serving high ranking police officers in different capacities until he was appointed to the capacity of deputy inspector general of police.

Both worked under the overall command and administrative supervision of the former interior minister, general Aleu Ayieu Aleu, an ally of president Kiir, who until he was removed from the interior docket in 2015, had played a role of political king-maker for several years by seeking to influence leadership choices behind the scenes.

Changes in the security sector are closely watched in South Sudan, which has been plagued by the ethnic and political violence since gaining independence from neighbouring Sudan in 2011.

Speculations trying to understand the motives behind the removal of general Kuol in particular, who is seen as a close ally of the army chief of general staff, Paul Malong Awan, another strong military ally of president Kiir, have centred on his possible role in the African Union (AU) report of inquiry.

Remarks attributed to him [Kuol] in the report on the atrocities committed by governor forces in December 2013 have been largely interpreted by military and political allies of president Kiir to mean targeting them.

But some analysts see the changes in the police top command as another sign of the waning influence and trust of the president in some of the officers as opposition forces will infiltrate the police force through the implementation of the peace agreement signed in August between President Kiir and Machar in ending 21 months of war.

Relying on oil by 98 percent of its budget and virtually zero exports in other economic sectors, the youngest state on the African soil has been hit by a drastic oil price fall that has slashed its energy revenues by more than half over the past two years of the conflict which has polarized and classified the country into ethnic cantons.


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  • 10 January 2016 20:53, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    Let him loses the position, he kept quite in any danger like Lakes state which killed thousands of government SPLA and police, and #Pieng Deng has no any single orders forces against civilians youth whose become on government forces.

    • 11 January 2016 01:33, by Dinka-Defender-General

      Sadly pieng Deng is not responsible for lake problem. Lake state has a government that can solve the problem or president Kiir is responsible. Pieng Deng is a great leader. He should be the minister of housing authority and development. I know him personally both in panyido refuge camp and in Juba in 1993. I believe president Kiir made a mistake of removing him from leadership position. Deng is on

      • 11 January 2016 05:35, by Mi diit


        So you were a refugee camp general?

        I thought if you and Pieng Deng Kuol were true fighters you would have known yourselves in battle fields on the ground, but not hiding in pinyudo refugee camps and popping up in Juba later on after the peace agreement of 2005.

        Kiir is preparing for another war and that is why he brings in his cattle camp man to command his army-police.

  • 10 January 2016 23:57, by Mr Point

    When juba civilians were massacred in their hundreds the Juba chief of police did nothing.

    He did nothing since to bring the perpetrators of these crimes to justice.

    Now he has no future.

    • 11 January 2016 01:37, by choldit

      Mr. Point,
      Pieng has been a solution to resolving Juba massacre of the Nuer by Dinka lead govt. those who shld be laughing at him now shld be massacre lovers. Go in peace brother Pieng Deng Kuol Majok. made ur patrotic contribution to make our country a peaceful one. in my understanding, u have a big part in bring this peace though u may have part in starting of war.

    • 11 January 2016 01:41, by Dinka-Defender-General

      Wait! Not too fast. Pieng Deng will to his position when Malong Awan or me becomes president which is not far away from now. Kiir must go because he is destroying leaderships of Dinka people. This is my opinion.

      • 11 January 2016 05:39, by Mi diit


        That mad dog called Malong Awan will NEVER be president of this country.

        Let him continue to lick the boots of his primitive president Nyankiir Kuethpiny until both of them are trashed soon.

        • 11 January 2016 06:33, by Dinka-Defender-General

          Mi Diit, I was still teenager when I was in panyido and spla would not let join than 1990s if you can understand the spla and international law. General pieng Deng and Oyayi Deng Ajake coached and rise me to this position. Therefore, I got my ranks around Juba started in 1993. I was in magree, bilnyang, leery, torit, kapoeta,...so do you still doubt me and my leadership skills?

          • 11 January 2016 07:17, by hamil

            @DInka-Defender General

            Hahahahaha I think you should start a career in comedy soon it suits you well. Your childish thinking will not take this country an inch forward I would actually say Kiir has a better IQ than you.

          • 11 January 2016 08:03, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

            Dinka defender
            Pieng, is not responsible for Lakes state affairs but he is concerns of anything affecting police and other organises forces because he is a Commander of all organise forces.

  • 11 January 2016 05:41, by lino

    I am not sure where were these people who are commenting negatively about Pieng Deng?! Especially before the CPA Agreement of 2005 when they were in front lines battling Khartoum forces around Toriet and others areas with Oyayi Deng Ajak. I remember these battles very well. The majority the Government ministers now were eating with Khartoum in same plates that time.

    • 11 January 2016 06:29, by Mi diit


      Pieng Deng Kuol was a lazy fighter. This is a fact. Having a title of a fighter is one thing, but fighting a war skillfully is another thing. We know very well who are skillful fighters in South Sudan.

      Please stop believing stories you heard from these mouth fighters. They sat somewhere in a refugee camp, or foreign capital and got ranks and paid single visit to war fronts.

      • 11 January 2016 06:34, by Mi diit

        Practically most of these mouth fighters never captured a single town.

        What John Garang used to do was to direct a true fighter from other tribes to attack a town and when the town was about to fall, he would recall the true fighter and sent in his Dinka officer to replace him so that he will be announced over SPLA radio as the one who captured the town.

        I knew all these games of faking history.

        • 11 January 2016 06:36, by Mi diit

          I am now writing a book wit the title: SOUTH SUDAN: A FAKED HISTORY BY SO-CALLED LIBERATORS.

          I will put all these facts in my book beginning from 1983 to 2005.

          I hope you will enjoy reading the book once it is published soon.

          • 11 January 2016 07:03, by Dinka-Defender-General

            Mi Diit, do you provide examples or facts where Machar or you captured a town and you was told not to proceed because Dinka units arrived. You are a big liar. Please stop lying too much to people. Remember spla was suppose to capture Juba 1991 and broke away. It was a big setback for the spla soldiers, but we managed to free you.

          • 11 January 2016 07:19, by Dinka-Defender-General

            To begin your facts pattern about you, just tell us where you were a during the war and don’t lie please. Just be a man and tell us the truth under your Ngundeng god or name for at least a day. Just tell us the truth today and you can go back to your random of laying tomorrow. We know you cannot live without lie. We are also aware you are addicted to lie.

            • 11 January 2016 07:27, by Mi diit


              Stop lying. Who did you free? Instead we freed you through our strategic thinking through self-determination and Khartoum Peace Agreement (KPA).

              You came to Juba in peace with your tails between your legs. Torit, your Hqrs, was still under Khartoum’s control when the CPA was signed in 2005.

              Malakal, Wau, etc, all under Khartoum’s regime.


              • 11 January 2016 08:07, by Dinka-Defender-General

                I free you, your family, your community, and entire south Sudan. Remember kapoeta, torit, leery, and many other states were under the spla when you and your leader so-called Machar split from the spla. So spla soldiers fought with you first time and Khartoum took advantage of your greed. You helped Khartoum captured all the towns you mentioned. Read the facts or history.

                • 11 January 2016 10:37, by Mi diit


                  You are a liar. The towns I mentioned such as Juba, Malakal and Wau were NEVER in history captured by SPLA. They had been under full control of the Khartoum government. We did not help Khartoum to capture them because SPLA had never captured them from Khartoum in the first place.

                  Stop lying!

                  Do you think South Sudanese can be fooled by you?

              • 11 January 2016 08:11, by Kalo

                Midiit,Pieng Deng,Oyai Deng,James Houth Mai and Issac Mumur were great commanders of SPLA,i could still remember,it was Peing with Jamus battalion who defeated late CDR William Nyoun to join Riek Khartoum,so Midiit,Pieng did,t want to join meaningless war in Juba,that was why he was quite,i know you are southerners but you lacked some event in SS.though you may be somewhere during struggling.

                • 11 January 2016 10:40, by Mi diit


                  Stop lying. Pieng Deng Kuol was the inspector general of police in Juba when innocent Nuer civilians were massacred in Juba by Kiir’s militias and police forces.

                  He did not do any thing to stop the killings.

                  Don’t give him a peace mark he doesn’t deserve. He is a blood thirsty maniac like the rest of his evil men who will perish soon.

                  • 11 January 2016 14:25, by Khent

                    Mi diit

                    Riek has killed more people than any of the people you point your grubby little fingers at. You have as much chance of proving your claims against Pieng as you do of proving the ’prophesies’ of Ngudeng. LOL! You really are a retard. Take that nonsense back to your mindless Nuer tribesmen; people that can be swayed to believe in things non-Nuer toddlers would laugh at.

              • 11 January 2016 14:40, by Khent

                Mi diit

                You are beyond delusional. The KPA did not play any role in South Sudan’s independence. Riek’s agreement was completely dishonoured and he complained that he was ’cheated’ by Khartoum, and you think that this pathetic agreement played a role in our independence? Nobody believes this other than retarded Ngundeng believing animals.

                • 11 January 2016 14:42, by Khent

                  Riek did nothing to physically achieve self-determination. How exactly did Riek champion self-determination? Did he champion self-determination by getting into a military alliance with the Ignaz Nazis? By unleashing a tribal militia to slaughter thousands of civilians? By getting too dependent on Khartoum that he couldn’t maneuver without their approval?

                  • 11 January 2016 14:43, by Khent

                    Did he champion the right to self-determination when his pathetic agreement was entirely dishonored by Khartoum? He didn’t bring self-determination, however, he did offer himself to Khartoum and was treated like a prostitute as a result. Riek is a male prostitute and you [his people] worked as prostitutes for Khartoum.

                    • 11 January 2016 14:45, by Khent

                      You quite laughably try to justify Riek’s stupidity by saying that he was the first to ’succeed’ in getting Khartoum to enshrine the right to self-determination in the ’constitution’. Khartoum doesn’t regard documents, conventions and constitutions as worthy of compliance in the absence of force. Does it have any regard for the Geneva convention!? Of course it doesn’t...

                      • 11 January 2016 14:46, by Khent

                        .. So what makes you think that they would regard the KPA with even a smidgen of sanctity!? Riek is a third rate warlord. They played that fool like a banjo. He was trapped. He couldn’t do anything without their approval. He needed Khartoum to supply him with platforms, weapons, ammunition, fuel, food-relief... everything!

                        • 11 January 2016 14:46, by Khent

                          A genocidal, State sponsor of terror doesn’t give a damn about some flimsy document, otherwise they wouldn’t have murdered millions of people in contravention of the Geneva convention. The Sudanese ’constitution’ quite hilariously also speaks about how all Sudanese should be treated equally. It is worthless.

                          • 11 January 2016 14:48, by Khent

                            The fact that Khartoum feigned sincerity when it enshrined the right to Self-Determination in the Constitution speaks volume of their cunning and political skill... and of their ability to manipulate the stupid, the naive and the myopic. Khartoum had no intention of honoring these commitments, especially when it was they that armed, fed and provided Riek’s forces with logistical support.

                            • 11 January 2016 15:02, by Khent

                              The late Dr. John Garang very well understood that you couldn’t possibly be taken seriously by Khartoum and achieve a political settlement with the Ignaz Nazis, without an independent army... with an independent source of funding, a separate source of weaponry and ammunition and a separate line of logistics.

                              • 11 January 2016 15:03, by Khent

                                In his 1972 letter to Joseph Lagu, Dr. John Garang warned that the Addis Ababa Agreement would be dishonored in its entirety if the South didn’t have a truly independent army. You guys went the other way round. You got it backwards. You thought that Khartoum would take you more seriously the more dependent you became. Riek admitted that he got cheated. He didn’t get cheated, he’s just an idiot.

                                • 11 January 2016 15:06, by Khent

                                  Dr. John Garang made it clear in his 1972 letter to Joseph Lagu that South Sudan had the right to secede but he also understood that autonomy or independence couldn’t be assured without an independent army. You ’people’ really are dumb animals, and this is precisely why Khartoum played you for fools for so long. It would be funny if wasn’t so terribly sad.

                                  • 11 January 2016 15:07, by Khent

                                    Dr. John Garang made the point "that a region retains the right to secede from the federation if its interests are not adequately served by the federation."

                                    Furthermore, he said:

                                    "It must be clear to Southerners that the retention of the right to secede from such a federation must be guaranteed by the federal constitution and by the existence of a physical Southern Armed Forces."

                                    • 11 January 2016 15:08, by Khent

                                      Allow me to quote other parts of the 1972 letter:

                                      "There is no reason, absolutely no objective reason for clearheaded Southerners and Northerners alike to believe after eight years and more of continuous warfare and the repeated failures of some forms of constitutional guarantees that paper constitutional guarantees are now going to solve the war in the Sudan."

                                      • 11 January 2016 15:09, by Khent

                                        Any Southerner who holds the mistaken view that Arab Nationalism now sincere, now means good business, now gives the South local autonomy in good faith and that this autonomy will be guaranteed by a few phrases scribbled on some sheets of paper stapled and bound together and christened “ The Constitution”...

                                        • 11 January 2016 15:10, by Khent

                                          ..that Southerner either suffers from acute historical myopia or else advocates the treasonable stand of opportunism, national subjugation and continued Arab Chauvinism and domination; in short, such Southerner calls for surrender in a camouflaged form. (Captain John Garang Letter to Gen. Joseph Lagu of Anyanya One, January 24, 1972)

                                          • 11 January 2016 15:11, by Khent

                                            Citing Dr. John Garang

                                            Self-determination is not given, one determines his future, we do have self-determination in the areas we have control, and if you believe that the Khartoum government has given you self-determination, then go back and ask Khartoum to withdraw its troops from the three capital cities of South Sudan–Juba, Malakal and Wau–and I (Garang) promise that I will not attack you..

                                            • 11 January 2016 15:12, by Khent

                                              Your claim of self-determination of the South Sudan while in Khartoum means that you have surrendered. I also believe that when the people of South Sudan are given an opportunity to vote in the referendum, they will vote almost 100% for independence.

                                              • 11 January 2016 15:12, by Khent

                                                Did you read that Mi Diit? Dr. John Garang knew that Riek’s pathetic agreement with Khartoum was a mirage and a cruel hoax, and he challenged Riek to demonstrate that Khartoum was sincere with regards to self-determination by having Khartoum withdraw its forces from Juba, Malakal and Wau... but Riek couldn’t even get Khartoum to withdraw from Bentiu - the capital of his home State...

                                                • 11 January 2016 15:13, by Khent

                                                  ..In fact not only did Khartoum not withdraw from Bentiu, they expelled Riek and his forces out of Bentiu and Unity State in general. That is how incredibly stupid Riek is. This man is wise in your eyes? This is the man I am supposedly ’jealous’ of? LOL! The man is an idiot. I know toddlers smarter than him. ROFL!

                                                  • 11 January 2016 15:14, by Khent

                                                    To cite Dr. Douglas H. Johnson:

                                                    Those sympathetic to Riek claim that he was genuine in his desire to disentangle himself from Khartoum and saw acceptance by the NDA as his last chance to obtain alternative sources of arms, which alone would free him from dependence from Khartoum.

                                                    • 11 January 2016 15:15, by Khent

                                                      If this was true, it is consistent with the confused, almost schizophrenic attitude towards liberation and collaboration, which he displayed from the beginning of the failed Nasir coup attempt in August 1991 to his resignation from the government in February 2000.

                                                      • 11 January 2016 15:16, by Khent

                                                        "The government benefited substantially from the split inside the SPLA. The government had encouraged the split by sending false signals that it might let the South secede." (Sudan-Contested identities, Ann Lesch)

                                                        • 11 January 2016 15:16, by Khent

                                                          Once the split occurred, the government developed a four-prong strategy that encouraged Riek machar to fight the SPLA. It backed away from offering independence, mounted large scale offences against Garang’s forces and used the disintegration of the SPLA to facilitate its repression of the African people in Southern Kordofan, Darfur and Southern Blue Nile. (Sudan-Contested identities)

          • 11 January 2016 14:19, by Khent

            Mi diit

            You have no evidence for any of your laughable conspiracy theories and claims. It really is pathetic. The Dinka fought the war against Khartoum and you worked for Khartoum, like the dogs that you are, and historians do not agree with your Nuer nonsense. Only retarded Ngundeng believing hicks will believe your nonsense. The rest will laugh at your desperation and your dishonesty. LOL!

            • 11 January 2016 14:54, by Khent

              I want you to provide evidence for your retarded claim that John Garang used non-Dinka soldiers to capture towns and then pretended that the Dinka were responsible for these exploits. You will undoubtedly fail to provide an ounce of evidence for these laughable claims, because you made it all up. You’re a pathological liar, hell-bent on representing your your people [Khartoum’s dogs] as patriots.

              • 11 January 2016 14:55, by Khent

                Throughout the fighting, not one war casualty was admitted to the Nasir hospital. Riek’s troops sat idle as Khartoum pushed back the Dinka. The results of Riek’’s sell-out to Khartoum could not have been more glaring. The Dinka suffered mightily. (Me Against My Brother: At War in Somalia, Sudan and Rwanda, Scott Peterson)

                • 11 January 2016 14:57, by Khent

                  The initial problems between Garang and Kawac arose because of fears of the large numbers of Malwal who joined the SPLA campaigns in Ethiopia. In modern times it is claimed that 80 percent of the ethnic composition of the SPLA is Dinka. Of this percentage, however, 45 percent comprises of Malwal recruits alone. (Sudan’s Blood Memory: The Legacy Of War Ethnicity And Slavery In Early South Sudan)

                  • 11 January 2016 14:58, by Khent

                    By 1991 almost one-half of the SPLA forces were non-Dinka, although most of the higher-ranking officers remained Dinka. (Global security) Source: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/para/spla-1.htm

                    • 11 January 2016 15:00, by Khent

                      In 1988, the SPLM and international human rights organizations accused the Sudanese government of attempted genocide of the Dinka. Modern military equipment, including helicopters and cargo planes adapted as bombers, were used to devastating effect against Dinka villages, and more than 1 million Dinka are believed to have died in the conflict. (Encyclopedia of the Peoples of Africa)

      • 11 January 2016 16:06, by lino

        Haha!!! Ya Mi Diit, I was a university student in Cairo, Egypt when I first saw Pieng and Oyayi Deng Ajak planning and besieged the Town of Torit in Easter Equatoria. It was about 3 hours in length.
        May be you can ask Dr. Riek and he tell you the truth. If not Pieng Deng, the Former Detainees would have got killed by South Sudan Security Forces, but Pieng the initial plan of arresting the FD at 1

  • 11 January 2016 07:46, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    I can’t forget of Pieng Deng Majok, of his mismanagement of police as resulted to more death of polices.

  • 11 January 2016 09:05, by Mapuor

    Pieng Deng Majok never fight any battle during the war of liberation,more over,he is one of the saboteurs who defamed our government.President Kiir has acted wisely.Let him join his colleagues of G10.Pieng is a foreigner and should not hold sensitive positions in the country.

    • 11 January 2016 09:32, by Kalo

      Mapour,to be honest Pieng was on all front lines until last bullet of South Sudan,he participated so much in the battles of ’OJS ’ Operation Jungle Storm Eastern Equatoria front,that was true,for the issue of him being foreigner like us Nuba and Funj,you need also to forget Abyei area to Sudan if Abyei boys like Pieng are foreigner.We knew that plan early b4 your independence

    • 11 January 2016 16:06, by Khent


      People whom you share blood, culture and language with, are ’foreigners’? You should be shot for that disgusting sentiment. Even the Nuba and the people of Blue Nile are not ’foreigners’ in my eyes. The Nuba fought harder than virtually any tribe in South Sudan and we’ve not been sufficiently grateful and kind to them.

      • 11 January 2016 20:27, by Below the Law

        if we have other 63 wise south sudanese to join you and form a group of 64 to represent our tribes, south sudan could be progressive nation.
        look at mapuor. He must be cursed. Those of miidiit are both foolish and demon possessed. They know truth but foolishly ignore it and continue rely on riek’s forgeries and lies. keep telling the truth on national perspective. You are such a patrioti

        • 12 January 2016 08:37, by Khent

          Below the Law

          Thank you for your incredibly kind words. People like Mapuor value Salva Kiir far more so than they do the country, and so they lash out when people in power are criticized for their failures and malfeasance. It’s nice to get such recognition from a fellow patriot. Thank you, brother.

  • 11 January 2016 09:21, by Mapuor

    Dear Nyagats try to have shame.You were Jallaba militias throughout the period of our struggle.The war started in 1983 and ended in 2005 and most of you began to join us in 2002/2006.You enjoyed Fatah ful and Tania when were were fighting.You cant falsify our history dear Nyagat.

    • 11 January 2016 10:44, by Mi diit


      Stop lying. The war did not start in 1983. Don’t fake history!

      The war started in 1955 (Anya Nya One), again in 1974 (Anya Nya Two), and then in 1983 (SPLM/SPLA).

      And before that our forefathers such as Both Diu led calls for self determination in 1947.

      So stop your cheap lies. Everybody is aware of the true history.

      • 11 January 2016 13:47, by Kalo

        Midiit,it is true Pieng was inspector Gen.of Police when fighting erupted in Juba but he could,t involve because the conflict turn into tribal issue,Dinka and Nuer,Pieng was from Dinka-Abyei,he could,t involved in that coz They have difference problem, no one could listen him,James Hoth was Gen.Chief of staff he did n,t make it,the fact remain Pieng has good history during Struggling of S.S lib

      • 11 January 2016 14:30, by Khent

        Mi diit

        He’s clearly talking about the second civil war, you idiot. Anya Nya II didn’t achieve anything and became a government militia during the 80s, so sod off with your cheap distortions. Both Diu was just one of many people that advocated for Southern rights, but you became Khartoum’s slaves for decades. You have been running amok in my absence.

        • 11 January 2016 15:21, by Khent

          Tell us about Riek’s military skills, so that we can laugh at you and your delusions. Riek just isn’t a leader of any worth. He has always been incompetent when it comes to military affairs. Riek had far better weapons and supplies during the war and he still failed even when we were preoccupied with fighting the North...

          • 11 January 2016 15:21, by Khent

            Even when Riek was on our side [for that very brief period] during the war, he was unspeakably incompetent. Riek does not have any organizational skills to speak of — and he had little to no regard for strategic military planning. He was well furnished with supplies and artillery and outnumbered the enemy in the battle of Bom Adol... and he still failed...

            • 11 January 2016 15:22, by Khent

              ..On his way back to Ruweng County from the Battle of Yoi in the Nuba Mountains, his military incompetence resulted in a disastrous ambush that claimed the lives of a lot of good men and a great deal of equipment. He didn’t secure the flanks! He was responsible for these military defeats and debacles. You are delusional, but I expect nothing else from people that believe in Ngundeng.

              • 11 January 2016 15:31, by Khent

                Remember when you claimed that the Nuer should be proud of the fact that Riek commanded forces that shot Bashir in the leg despite the fact that the men ultimately responsible for shooting Bashir in the leg came from Ghol Battalion of Dinka Ruweng, Hippopatomus Battalion of Dinka Panaruu, Jamus Battalion of Dinka Ruweng and Panaruu!?

                • 11 January 2016 18:57, by Kalo

                  Khent you satisfy to those who does,t know the direction of South Sudan.

                  • 12 January 2016 08:47, by Khent


                    Thank you, brother. I appreciate the Nuba and if I become a man of power, I will embrace you as brothers and your enemies will be my enemies. There are people in South Sudan that love and appreciate you and feel a great deal of shame for what is happening in the Nuba mountains and Blue Nile.

  • 11 January 2016 21:13, by lino

    These Internet fighters know nothing about the sacrifices of Abyei Sons and Daughters from 1955-1972 and 1983-2005; as well as Nuba and Fonj People from 1983-2005.
    Please go educate yourself and watch SPLM /A videos before opening your mouths. DR John Garang knew that the betrayal will happened if these handicapped South Sudanese assumed power. It was a reason he circled himself with wise SPLM/A.

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