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Rwandan peacekeepers conduct community work in Juba


October 1, 2019 (JUBA) – Rwandan peacekeepers serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) on Saturday carried out joint community work in the young nation’s capital, Juba.

Rwandan peacekeepers serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) cleaning Juba city, September 28, 2019 (UNMISS photo)

Other Juba sector contingents and government officials also took part in working on the different roads within Juba City Council.

Speaking to reporters on Saturday, Juba city’s deputy mayor, Thiik Thiik Mayardit thanked the peacekeepers for not only helping residents keep the city clean but also protecting civilians.

The UNMISS Sector Juba Commander, Brig Gen Eugene Nkubito thanked the Juba city leadership and all participants for dedicating tome to carry out such an activity that protect the environment.

He, however, encouraged Juba residents to adopt the concept of community work as a solution to a clean and safe environment.

The Juba Sector leadership at UNMISS said it will ensure such community work is conducted every last Saturday of the month.

Members of the UN mission that took part in the cleanup exercise included the Chinese Battalion, Rwanbatt3; Ethiopia Battalion; Nepalese High Readiness Company plus officials from Juba city.


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  • 2 October 2019 07:45, by jubaone

    Six years on, SS remains a "small child". It eats, sleeps and defecates and expects others to come and wipe clean it’s shithole. How these jienges and nyagats have made such a wonderful country into ridicule and disgust. Now tiny Twanda is teaching the giant "SS toddler" how to clean it’s own shithole 😠.

    • 2 October 2019 08:14, by Pakuai

      If you don’t always lumped up everything that is wrong on South Sudan on the whole Dinkas/Jiengs or the Nuers. You would have had some backers in these communities. Juba is a capital city of all South Sudanese people and the cleanliness of the city doesn’t rest on one community. Juba city council is responsible to look after the cleanliness of Juba with the residents of Juba city>>>>

      • 2 October 2019 08:22, by Pakuai

        where does the Dinkas/Jiengs mismanagement came in here? As far as I am concerned, this article is one of usual SUDAN TRIBUNE polemic article to work up some lowly informed South Sudanese. Were Rwandan peacekeepers or others brought to South Sudan to be ’cleaners?’. Of course countries like Rwanda and most of Indian sub continent of Indian, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and even here>>>

        • 2 October 2019 08:28, by Pakuai

          in Africa, countries like Abesh (so-called ethiopia), Nigeria or Ghana always recruit their low lives to join the UN peacekeeping as a mean to escape poverty in their own countries. Mr. jubaone, here Bor. I don’t respect any of these UN mercenaries. We look at them with absolute contempt chap. And they know how tow every think line with us chap. Any should they mess around with us like in 2014,>>>

          • 2 October 2019 08:34, by Pakuai

            then the criminals would be killed and tossed into the Nile and wait for the evils who brought the mercenaries into our country. Some of us objected the scam behind the so-called UN peacekeeping in 2011, but were over ruled by our lowly informed elders. And so-called UN peacekeeping scam is part of the so-called UN ONE WORLD ORDER government, WORLD ORDER GOVERNMENT without borders>>>>

            • 2 October 2019 08:41, by Pakuai

              Or the so-called AFRICA UNITY or REGIONAL INTERROGATION peace of bullshit champion by the globalists like Thabo Mbeki, Paul Kagame, Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga, Abiye Ahmed, Susan Rice, Barack Hussein, Ban Ki Moon, Pagan Amuom, Riek Machar and bunch of other secret societies criminals who sold themselves and their souls to the devil. But the criminals are playing with fire and they seem not>>>

              • 2 October 2019 08:47, by Pakuai

                not read our lips. But they will eventually know that we not playing games with them they see their mercenaries taken back to their home countries in body bags. Just like in Somalia, Yemen, Syria, Iraq or Afghanistan. This so-called UN peacekeeping scam is an ’occupation and colonization’ of other people by stealth or the disguise. Since 1960th, the so-called UN project has never left>>>

                • 2 October 2019 08:54, by Pakuai

                  Eastern DR Congo and will never leave as far as we are concerned. In Central Africa republic (CAR), Ivory Coast, Liberia and Sierra Leone and Mali. The UN project will never leave those countries trust me fellows. Except another war of independence is fought to chase away the new UN colonial master out of those countries. With us here in South Sudan. The UN ONE WORLD ORDER government would be>>>

                  • 2 October 2019 08:59, by Pakuai

                    violently forced out, reasons, pure HATRED and RACISM. Be they Rwandans, Abeshas (ethiopians), Kenyans or Indians or white evils. We didn’t fought all our lives to rid ourselves of our cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan simply to be occupied and be recolonized by another bunch of evils on the disguise of the so-called ’UN humanitarian aid, donations, peacekeeping or human rights business scams’

                    • 2 October 2019 09:08, by Pakuai

                      By the way where were this so-called UN peacekeeping scam since were been fighting our cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan for over 50 years? The level of bile churn out of people who know better than most of our so-called PhD doctors is quite harrowing. We often tell our losers to leave politics and let the people who know better than take over. But they just won’t listen.>>>

                      • 2 October 2019 09:14, by Pakuai

                        the level of anger and hatred the ’foreign puppets/stooges, thieves & traitors’ have caused in our country isn’t easily going to heal. Any evil who dare try to bring the white Americans, English people, cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their evil juus (so-called israelis) and some of their creeps into our country & over our people again would be as good as dead, reasons, pure HATRED & RACISM

            • 2 October 2019 09:09, by Joseph Canada

              You should and better respect them specially the Ugandans because of how they saved your ass from the White chaps aka White Army.Otherwise the Jeing and their leadership in Juba would’ve been the thing of the past.

              • 2 October 2019 09:19, by Pakuai

                Joseph Canada,
                Uganda were not in South Sudan as peacekeepers. They were invited as a military allies. Are the Ugandans still here in South Sudan? By the way Joseph Canada, The foiled coup attempt in Juba two military barracks. And your so-called white army were blasted out of Juba. So what are loser trying to tell us? In 1991. Your white army tried the same and were blasted pretty hard right up>>

                • 2 October 2019 09:25, by Pakuai

                  to the Nuers heartland. Mr. Riek Machar ally, Mr. Joseph Oduho was unfortunately killed in Kongor (Panyagor), North Bor. Their Riek Machar ran on foot with shoes and sneaked into Malakal, then under our cloned so-called arab North Sudan occupation. There were no Ugandan troops then, but the mighty SPLA soldiers cutting down your so-called white army loser>>>

                  • 2 October 2019 09:31, by Pakuai

                    Joseph Canada,
                    All that argument you Riek Machar losers often spew out about the Ugandans is just ’a straw-man argument’. By the way Joseph Canada, your Riek Machar was the one who even signed the South Sudan military agreement with Uganda and DR Congo militaries while still South Sudan vice president before his usual reckless quest for power at all costs took him away again on the 15/12/2013>>>

                    • 2 October 2019 09:33, by Pakuai

                      Mr. Joseph Canada,
                      What sort of name is ’Joseph Canada’?

    • 3 October 2019 16:17, by Anthony

      Your very ashamed of yourself when you compare yourself to rwandans. What a strange obsession with rwanda. always talkin about them? Rwandans teaching bari to clean their own shithole city? Your dumbass has an inferiority complex towards them

      • 3 October 2019 16:21, by Anthony


        FYI, you low IQ retard, SS is a toddler compared to rwanda. Rwanda has existed since the 11th century when they formed their kingdom. They developed their own kingdom and civilization while the karo people were running naked and putting their faces in cows asses with no civilization.

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