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March 24, 2011 (AGOK) - The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLA) on Thursday denied that any of its soldiers had defected to the ex- presidential advisor on traditional affairs, Abdul Bagi Ayii Akol Agany, who announced from Khartoum the launch his rebellion against the Juba based Government of South Sudan (GoSS) on 10 March 2011.

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SPLA Spokesperson Philip Aguer (ST)

In an interview with the Khartoum-based, Sudan Media Center, last week Ayii said 3,000 SPLA soldiers had defected to join his ranks, a few days after he announced the launch of his rebellion against the regional government, accusing president Kiir of refusing to listen to him on issues he claimed pertinent to building peace and development for the government and for people of South Sudan. He also demands 30 percent representation for Muslims in the government cabinet.

However, SPLA spokesperson, Colonel Phillip Aguer Panyang, in statements to Sudan Tribune, from Juba, on Thursday categorically dismissed Abdel-Bagi’s allegations saying the latter was lying and that none of the South Sudan army’s troops had defected.

"No single SPLA soldier has gone with him. What he said was a pure lie. How can an SPLA soldier who fought against the government that killed his own people follow someone like Abdel Bagi Ayii, who has been living a militia life for all his age?" said Colonel Aguer.

"He is lying. Nobody has gone with him from the Dinka Malual. What I know is that Khartoum is recruiting for him from Murrahaleen and former child soldiers in Khartoum", he added.

The Murrahaleen are armed bands on Rizeiqat and Misseriya from South Darfur and South Kordofan. They fought against the SPLA during the years of civil war and were accused of committing atrocities against southern civilians in South Sudan.

"He did not go with anybody. I am even told none of his sons accepted to follow him. They [his sons] even attempted persuading him to change his mind before he could announce his rebellion last week in Khartoum", emphasized the SPLA officer.

Ayii was one of the leaders of the armed groups from the south which fought against the former rebel movement, SPLM/A, as a pro-government militia, in areas adjacent to former SPLM/A liberated areas in the south during more than two decades of North-South civil war.

Based in the border town of Merem, previously in Western Kordofan state, now part of South Kordofan in central Sudan, armed groups loyal to him were accused of collaborating with the pro-government militias "Popular Defense Forces" to attack civilians in southern villages from his home state of Northern Bahr el Ghazal during the war. His forces were also accused of participating in abducting children and women.

After the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) between the SPLM and the National Congress Party (NCP), Abdel-Bagi became part of GoSS, following the inking of the 2006 Juba Declaration which saw armed groups integrated into the SPLA.

He was named presidential advisor on border and traditional affairs in 2007. However, in June 2010, the president of GoSS, Salva Kiir Mayardit, excluded him from his new cabinet following reports of political differences over nomination procedures for candidates contesting various positions in the last general elections conducted in April 2010 for Northern Bahr el Ghazal.

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  • 25 March 2011 09:21, by okucu pa lotinokwan

    All Hungry officers fail to have any post in GoSS will come as a rebel to Hell with them,i do believe that all those dirty planning are from NCP plus Dr Lam Akol,but they are playing with fire.

    OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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    • 25 March 2011 14:28, by Nhomlawda

      Abdel Baggi Ayii had run out of money and would like to generate more money from Khartoum extremists for being against South Sudan.
      These South Sudan militias (Ayii, Athor, Gatluak, Yauyau) are all fools who have no vision and lack conscience.
      They will all fail with their ill wish to South Sudan people and their government.

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      • 26 March 2011 11:04, by Kuer Dau Apai

        Thank Mr Philip Aguer Panyang for having explained and disclosed the misrepresented message of hypocrisy that was by Abdel Baggi Ayii to the South Sudan citizens.

        We could have agreed to criticise and examine Mr Ayii’s statements if he had announced his defection and with those nuisances claims within Juba capital city of South Sudan and/or at his Home-Town. I doubt of Ayii’s claims! if Ayii is truly claiming the rights of Southerners then why did he ran to Khartoum? And when are the southerners ‘decisions be independent by not being monitored by Arabs?

        Thank to Mr Ayii’s sons who did not agree with their father when they had seen him on the wrong side of the coin.

        Mr Ayii’s sons the nation deserves for you and shall God bless such concerned of the nation in you. Thank and double thank for that pleases!!!

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      • 27 March 2011 06:05, by kulea

        my friend u re too liar Mr Abdel Baggi Ayii and high comander comrad George Athor they were fighting to their until Spla Splm will confessed their mistaken tomorrow morning there will big heaves war between por and Anti Government u see the por Danka Running like bushes folk according to the fresh News

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  • 25 March 2011 09:21, by Historical Boy!

    Nib his islamic rebellion in the bud.

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    • 25 March 2011 11:53, by harry

      Southerners,

      We don’t need to rush things like this, let’s give peace a chance and negotiate with this guy. He just needs somebody to listen to him in Juba.

      War is not going to take us anywhere at this time. If the war can take us somewhere, than we would’ve done that with Athor and his cronies.
      So please guys thinks carefully before you act. It is too soon for this guy to have soldiers that can wage an open war against SPLA forces.

      I urge Juba to open line of negotiations with this guy before things get out of hands. And please, and please SOUTHERNERS stop rushing things that would come back and nib us in our buts. I hear you frustrations and anger but I’m sure you can control it especially in this forum. Thanks

      Harry,

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      • 25 March 2011 14:52, by Yoyo

        Pardon me SPLM/A have nothing to talk about with him,let him do what ever he want to do,he’ll be back,or die in Khartoum,we cannot negotiate with triators that are sponsor by NCP.if wanna joint him,then u r free to go with him.

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    • 25 March 2011 12:40, by Arop Mawien

      Shame! Shame on you traitor, your fellow Southern Sudanese suffered from arabization yet you sold their rights to the enemies. Don’t you fear the almighty God who has saved the people of South from biased people. God has givn our rights, therefore we shall see how you will take us back to arabs adminstration. Don’t you have where you can express your rights? There is no future you are building for young geneation, however,your children will have no reputation. You have sold our blood in 22 years time, is it not enough for your thirsty? Please!be independent, Southern Sudan is becoming a new state.

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      • 27 March 2011 07:52, by kulea

        hello mr what happen for now u keep before the big fuckin yr nucle’s ass becareful watch out yr words before u air themout from yr bullshit u don’t about this Nation how they might suffering under yr uncle tribal leadership u already fail to gives him some future advice to led people equally not to show’s assleadership to the World he is from fuckin Dinka tribe u started yr faliar tribal led by land grabing from Equatoria people what u think for all of this if people realizing Abdel Baggi will fuck yrs as well as yr uncle big his ass because wasn’t never listen to him in the beginning its his time to fuck Splm/Spla off and he will defeating until they confessed from their mistakes becareful kulea online

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    • 27 March 2011 00:57, by Bol Deng

      Read this article in quotation

      "Latest challenge for South Sudan: Armed internal rebellion

      By ALAN BOSWELL
      McClatchy Newspapers

      KHARTOUM, Sudan — After weeks of scattered clashes that left hundreds dead, rebel militias in Southern Sudan have united in a new armed movement against the young southern government, raising the prospect of civil war even before South Sudan declares independence in July.

      "We have formed a new group. It is called the Southern Sudan Democratic Movement. We are calling the army the Southern Sudan Army," said renegade general George Athor, who is heading the rebel command, speaking earlier this week by satellite phone from an undisclosed location.

      The new coalition formally brings together five different armed militias spanning four of South Sudan’s 10 states, said the rebel leader. General Bapiny Monituel, who leads one of the five factions and whose forces have clashed heavily with the southern military in the past days, confirmed the emergence of the umbrella movement under Athor during an interview with McClatchy in the northern capital Khartoum.

      The formation of the new rebel coalition confirms fears that the spreading patchwork of miniature insurgencies would coalesce under a single coordinated campaign against the southern military, posing an existential threat to the world’s newest nation before it even officially comes on the scene.

      The United States and other Western countries had pushed hard for Southern Sudan’s January referendum on independence to proceed as promised, hoping the nation’s partition would bring a final chapter to decades of war that has left Southern Sudan one of the least developed places in the world, with 2 million dead.

      Now it appears that the U.S.-backed peace process may succeed in ending the south’s longstanding war against Sudan’s northern government, but in the process will spin off an extremely fragile state wrought with violent internal divisions of its own.

      The real strength of the new rebellion is still not known, but momentum is on its side. Defections from within the southern military are increasing almost daily, and the militias are gaining manpower on the ground as a series of messy military offensives by the southern army - the Sudan People’s Liberation Army - has failed to deal a decisive blow.

      So far, the southern government’s main response to the rebellion has been to accuse the northern government of arming the dissidents, just like old times.

      "This (new rebel movement) will not be a new thing for us because we already know that they are being coordinated by the military intelligence in Khartoum," said Philip Aguer, the SPLA spokesman. Athor called these accusations of northern support "big lies." Monituel also dismissed the claim, saying he only has enough guns for 3,000 of his 5,000 men and lacks even a vehicle on the ground.

      Earlier this month, senior southern Cabinet member Pagan Amum released internal northern military documents alleging that Athor was receiving arms from the north last year. But a number of independent experts have dismissed the documents as poor forgeries.

      The disparate renegade commanders have many differences, but they seem united by a list of local and tribal grievances about the current southern leadership. These grievances date back to the previous war, when the SPLA - then the main southern group fighting against the northern government - fractured largely along tribal lines.

      Then, the splinter commanders formed competing movements, but most ended up covertly aligning with the northern government to receive arms to fight the main SPLA force. In exchange, the breakaway factions helped clear their area for oil exploration.

      After the 2005 peace deal between the SPLA and the northern government, which established regional self-rule leading up to this year’s referendum, many chose to reintegrate into the SPLA, but others chose to join the northern military instead.

      Monituel was one of the latter.

      "It’s better to be with the north than (with) a Dinka, because I know we cannot stay together with Dinka men for more than five days," he gave as an explanation for his decision at his home on the outskirts of Khartoum, where his six years on a general’s salary could explain the new shiny Hummer parked outside.

      His comments underscored the deep tribal bitterness fueling the individual power plays.

      Monituel is a Nuer, Nilotic rivals closely related to the Dinka, Southern Sudan’s dominant ethnic group. The Nuer comprised the majority of the breakaway fighters during the war, but many have since reconciled with the SPLA, whose founder and current leader is a Dinka.

      Athor, a Dinka, lives on Nuer land, and most of his fighters are Nuer. Two other factions in the new rebel movement are from other marginalized tribal minorities, the Shilluk and the Murle.

      According to James Kuong Ninrew, a Presbyterian pastor who heads the Nuer Peace Council, which works on conflict resolution and reconciliation, the rebellions do not currently have the broad support of community leaders on the ground, but he warned that the heavy-handed response risks worsening the situation.

      "If they (the SPLA) don’t handle this well, it will end up as tribal kind of clashes. And once it becomes tribal, people will join without knowing exactly what’s the cause," said Ninrew.

      He blamed the SPLA for failing to seriously pursue peaceful integration of the militias into the army.

      "They (the SPLA) are not ready to absorb all of them," said Ninrew.

      Athor - a former deputy chief of staff of the SPLA who rebelled after losing a gubernatorial race late last year, and who is believed to maintain strong connections and some inside support from within the SPLA - said he is ready to talk with the government.

      "We are willing to negotiate very much, but I don’t think they will accept. The SPLA only knows the sound of bullets," said Athor.

      His demands include inclusion in the new constitutional review, representation in an interim government until new elections can be held, and integration of his forces into the SPLA.

      Monituel said he sent his troops south in order to integrate into the SPLA, but now he is not interested after the SPLA instead attacked his positions. In the three days of ensuing fighting, the SPLA is believed to have suffered heavy losses, and his men held their ground.

      Now, the emboldened warlord says he is preparing for war.

      "They wanted to attack us. Now there is no solution except fighting," he said."

      Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/03/26/v-fullstory/2135828/latest-challenge-for-south-sudan.html#ixzz1HkkNzQb5
      "

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  • 25 March 2011 09:24, by Jeti

    No one can follow a fool, stupid, greedy person like you. Mr. Ayii, go go go and don’t come back again.

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    • 25 March 2011 12:59, by Kolnyang youth

      Abdul Bagi Ayii old man without brain who will joint him from Dinka community.

      Anti-tribalism in Kampala International university in faculty of Law

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    • 25 March 2011 14:42, by WendeMajok

      Its time for the youth to know that, power greediness always give evil thoughts.....I would say, its time for us the youth to open our eyes and think of the bright future of our new born country rather than dying following the primitive, rigid and dead-minded oldies who wanted to die with others on no reason.

      Ya shababna, lets think twice before driven to darkness...I can’t imagine how people would follow losers who wanted to rebel against their own citizens i.e. brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, children etc.

      Why are we so rigid and backward in thinking?!?! Lets come to our sense of developing the country and make it free from corruption, terrorism, smuggling, discrimination, racism etc .........country with absolute generosity!

      Watch out and join them on your own risk!!

      I remain a proud Southern Sudanese and will never ever support any primitive leader who think of country downfall.

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  • 25 March 2011 09:25, by Cibaipiath Junub Sudan

    Mr. Ayii Akhol Agany;
    As your name suggest, you will quarell to yourself with your acquired muslims attitude and slavery mind. You know the reasons why Salva was not accepting your advices. If you were telling him to pay you 30% from South Sudan resources to make convert of Northern Bar El Ghazal christian and animist to become muslims- it is a white lie my devil father. If you were telling Salva to cooperate with you to loot South Sudan resources, it is also a white lie.

    Salva should not listen to those degrading advises. He is a true nationalist compare to yourself- the great slave of Arabs muslims.

    I do not know why his sons spare his life? They should assesinate him immediately before allowing him to escape to Khartuom.

    Salva should listen to us and not you. He did good to omit you from his Advisory list. Congratulations to Salva.

    Salva is a man who keeps such secrets to himself, and there was a leak of such filthy advices from you heard by the public, you could have been killed immediately by true nationalists. We are not joking man.

    Cibaipiath is closed to you mr. Ayii. You are a wrong element in Northern Bar El Ghazal.

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  • 25 March 2011 09:27, by Adviser

    SOUTH SUDAN GOVERMENT SHOULD LOOK AND THINK CRITICALLY ON THE CAUSES OF SUCH A REBELION ALL OVER THE COUNTRY
    IN UNITY STATE,UPPERNILE STATE, JONGLEI AND NORTHEN BAR ELGAZEL. WHAT HAPPEN REALLY IS REBELION GOING TO EXPAND INTO OTHERS STATES?

    KIIR AND HIS ADVISER SHOULD THINK AND ADJUST THIER LEADERSHIP POLICY AND ACCOMODATE OTHERS IDEAS, OTHER WISE THE VIABILITY OF SOUTH SUDAN AS INDEPENCE STATE UNDER KIIR .
    IN COMING JULY IS IN BIG QUESTION GLOBALLY.

    ADVISER

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  • 25 March 2011 09:44, by Prophet

    Dinka Muslim General, running riot to the bush in the name of "Allah". food rebellion is a norm in this community. everyone want to have a fair share of the cake. how stupid? even an old dude who have nothing left but dead body wants to be a president. Shame on this foolish majority with their traitors Alier, Devil Garang and Sheik Hassan Biar.

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    • 25 March 2011 12:05, by AdierCien

      In The Name Of The Trinity God Amen.
      Attention,attention guys! What did you see? Ugly faces appear in the media trying to let down south Sudan or confusing us. People of Northern Bhar el gazal knows your behaviors Mr Abdul Bhagi Ayii Akol,they can not entertaint such cultures here in Aweil & South as a whole.
      Let Gen. Ayii go and rest in peace (RIP) young muslim convert,pack your things and leave in a quite manner with your friend prophet who always write about a certain tribe here in south Sudan. Salva Kiir is a very wise man, let me tell you,you will never never achieve your personal interest or could be destruction purposes in this Salva Kiir’s regime though there are some wise men now or thereafter him unless you collaborate with him.
      God bless south Sudan.

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    • 25 March 2011 12:28, by Akumada

      Stupid/Hopeless Nuer Prophet..

      Thanks all guys apart from this hopeless devil who called him prophet,your tribal hatred against Dinka will not gave you any post in Goss...coming to the main topic,to my stupid/hungry Muslim,you gonna case soon why you when back to the bush...Mr Slava is clever then you,you just working dead man in South..no chances for black Muslims to have right of shares /laws in South,it will not happen @ all Mr.i urge to my Southerners to wait till after independent then they can takes action against all these hopeless leadres who rebelled against SPLM for greediness.Junub oyeeeeeeeeeeee

      Akumada ke da!!!

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    • 25 March 2011 13:05, by lang pan lang

      That attitude of yours is what is still back-warding the south up to date my dear. Can you at least understand the differences between individuals and tribe? or else let me not waste my words. am not anyway supporting him but i wanted to let u know that Ayii Akol is not the tribe Dinka which deserves respect from u my son but individual.

      Thanks for listening.

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  • 25 March 2011 10:08, by Jalinga

    This is a very serous move in south Sudan. If all officers are going to become rebel, then we better organize our selves as youth against the old for their act. It was their deed that brought us back to loss two million people.
    shame on the old mind and interest. Addis agreement of 1972 is gone.

    Lets take example from Equatoria states for their solidarity to peace.

    jalinga

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  • 25 March 2011 10:25, by dengtaath

    Ayii Islam, demanded 30% of his Islamic religion to be presented inside South Sudan cabinet ministry, urging Kirr to accept his advice, Ladies and gentlement I accepted this fight, I will stand with kirr to fight this confused Muslim, we don’t discriminate the muslims but we will not allow them to bring their Islamic sharia law in this state, let Ayii go and return back to the South with the hell is going to bring in the north.

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  • 25 March 2011 12:13, by Dinkanuer

    Hey guys!
    Don’t be worry bout so call Abdul Bagi! He is a Fucken Dead Muslim.


    For those who are still using Ngundeng ideologies, please be inform! Ngundeng had shameful things to be said about him. First,

    He was not a Prophet but a profit to his royalist in Nuer.
    He had many names according to his activities in many parts of South Sudan.
    He was a Cannibal animal according to Nuer man who doesn’t need to be mentioned
    His first name was Ngundeng-meaning that he was send by God.
    After he gone wild and ran away.
    His name changed to be Gatluakmanguel in Nuer dialect.
    He ate many Nuer men and women in Nuer Land
    Dinka. His name was Manyang e Juet.
    He ate many children, animal claviers and cows’s bulls in Dinka Land.
    Equatoria with different languages including English and Arabic
    His name was Tiger

    The Nuer man who refused to be target by Ngundeng’s salves pointed out that. Ngundeng had no father or mother but the Devil who came out in the River Nile in a form of fish, when the Nuer boys want for fishing. They fish for so many hours and they caught nothing, when the boys get tied and ready to go back home. One of them told other guys that there was a fish ate his hook lastly, the boy convinced other friends to tried one more time! Shortly after he putted on snail body on the hook, he had thrown it into Nile River. Immediately, Ngundeng was caught. The boy was attempting to pull the Fish Ngundeng out in the river but it was difficult for him to do so, then he called his associates to pull Ngundeng on the shore. They brought it out and they were smile some of them were told to go and collect firewood in order for the young men to roast their fish.

    Unfortunately! The Fish Ngundeng changed into big snake! And the boys ran away from it, the boys thought that they were dreaming and they came back for the second times. The Snake Ngundeng light it body and become bright as well as electricity light. They ran home and they spread the news to the community, when the Nuer elders came to the place where Ngundeng was pulled. It was still there as snake with it light. People gather together around it and started asking question how did this happen? The Snake Ngundeng changed into human being and told people not to run away. All of them were shocking and scary to death except Human Ngundeng who perform such witchcraft. things "Come down, come down now!" The Human Ngundeng said. Who are you? The Nuer elders asked him. I am Nyajok_ which mean woman devil! The Human Ngundeng answer! She knew her own physical appearance as she is a hermaphrodite. (A person with both the organs of a man and a woman) Wow! Brothers and sisters of Nuer I am sorry for your Profit. Nyajok Ngundeng was not a Prohet? It was your profit to cheat people for his power but It was not a Prophet? It was a Satan?

    Cie liel du dem e mac!

    By Dinkanuer!

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    • 25 March 2011 13:10, by Cibaipiath Junub Sudan

      Mr. Dinkanuer;
      I want you to be wise indeed as somebody of integrity and have core values of this struggle. I do not expect you to be repeating all your anger on all nuers for the seek of one rioten mind person just like Abdel-bagi Ayii. We want to condemn any person who is oppossing our co-existence as Southerners.

      Although am from Bar El Ghazal, i do not encourage the move or plot made by Ayii. We need to condemn that. Abdel-bagi should be thankful to his country men for their success to free South Sudan from foreigners. I believed the parents of Abdel Bagi all comes from Dinka ancestry lines. None is from Arab. What made Ayii to be muslim is because of the continuous poverty that ranged from his Childhood to that stage he is now. Therefore, he is an alien.

      His fabricated declaration of war against Government of South Sudan was just because he is still begging- Poverty has build a strong concret room in him. What kind of Military strategies does he have at that very old stage? He does not use mirrors to see his faces with wringles that ran around his face and checks. That means all parts of his body has strips of wringles. I do know whether he would wage any ground asault and escape from it.

      Instead of asking Bashir to pay him his pensions- he still motivated himself with lies. God may punish him.

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      • 25 March 2011 16:29, by AdierCien

        In The Name Of The Trinity God Amen.
        Dear Cipanda Piath Junub Sudan:
        I appreciate your argument toward honourable Dinkanuer’s writting against Nuer’s cultural property Ngundeng. Exactly we don’t know why people stick to a certain thing that is believe among our communities and then if it happen like that,we have to respect choice of people not only that if we want a successful community,then we have to learn and appreciates our related difference cultures and way of life in each and ever community originating in the south of this country thereafter we shall be having a profitable and competitive nation in Africa general. Though Im not Dinka, I appreciate Dinkas today on this website because I’ve find out that we had been arguing over one thing all those days as the saying goes ’different languages say one word in different tones’ and for that,I wants to say Thanks to everyone who participated on this webpage. Your writting contribute alot to the process of self governance in south Sudan. Keep it up.
        Oh God! Look onto us children of South Sudan and indeed Africa. We stand firm through your hand. Amen.

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  • 25 March 2011 12:20, by mack waweru

    For this Old Militia man to declare the launch of his rebellion from Khartoum is an evident that the North is creating, arming and supporting them. Nonetheless, Southerners shall overcome and defeat all militias despite enormous backing they receive from Khartoum.

    Mr. Ayii, please, don’t dream of even half percent for your so-called Moslems share in Southern Government. You have fighting us since 1985 along side Arabs. Go back to the north and demand them for 30% representation for your Moslem militia group.
    What a pathetic and devilish is this old man, putting in to jeopardy the future of his dozen children in the South!

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  • 25 March 2011 14:07, by amon

    So Khartoum has become a base for Southern rebels to lunch their rebellions? OK

    Let Abdul Bagi Ayii and all those who support him go to hell, we did not go to bush to promote Islam or Christianity in South Sudan but to liberate ourselves from the oppressive regime in the North.

    Even Mr. Yassir Saed Aramani, originally from the north and who fought with us in the bush did not ask for 30% share for Muslims. Are you better than him? eh! Ayii.

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    • 25 March 2011 14:41, by Kuet Teny

      Wait for coming July, man friend you will see dozen of such food lovers elements filed the bushes of ours for the sakes of not getting post.

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  • 25 March 2011 15:12, by biarawieu

    this old man would have come back if he is really have time to read these article and all the coments sent by his
    fellows citizens and parents including his sons.

    he didn,t think twice about these, was just coming to his mind where to get money using muslim word as the key so
    that he will be help by the NCp Government. otherwise i am appreciated all coments.

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  • 25 March 2011 15:22, by Jalinga

    Its very clear that only specific people and specific tribes are fond of rebelling . This is an indication of being power hungry and don’t even know how to govern, given the current mess in the government.Disorganizing systems that are set up. If every body wants to be a leader then how many presidents would we have at a time?. We better look for other people to lead. Those who are silent watching are more capable than those who believe in force governance and surrounded by tribal militias and army.We should desist from using our children in fighting tribal conflicts in the name of crushing a rebellion.
    This serious message and we should open our eyes to reach a common goal otherwise South Sudan will disintegrate like Mogadishu

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  • 25 March 2011 15:38, by Martin Muong

    My fellow Southerners don’t worry about Abdel-Bagi’s rebellion ,he is a good for nothing citizen. What I know is, this man so called Abdel-Bagi is digging his own grave.He rebelled again for purely mercenary reasons.He better cut his losses, otherwise he will regret it.

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    • 25 March 2011 15:56, by Malith Rual

      Propert!

      Illiteracy is a disease i believe today, you better learn how to take thing from general to specific instead of taking thing from specific to general. if i can ask you one thing to answer, whom do you think was and still the center of this struggle which brought to you GOSS? without scarified from the whole of Dinka community where every they are nothing would have been achieved up to date. Due to their commitment that why Nuer and some minor tribes followed them and brought GOSS as you witness where you are now i don’t think that you are correct to say that Dinka is a fool majority. without hatred and tribalism there is no sense for you to say that and am telling you am a man who is far away from those two but say what will benefit the south Sudanese people.
      Why can’t we praise he who brought a little in order to get the big one behind?
      Shame on short sighted people and am not against any community in South Sudan apart from Arabs.
      God bless South as a whole

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  • 25 March 2011 16:12, by Monyekuron

    I know that the so-called Major General Ayii was a humble Chief at Wad el Bashir IDP camp in Omdurman/Suk Libya area in the mid-1990s. How he ended up being a Major General is intriguing. Even more intriguing is his desire to have a position in GOSS, his illitracy notwithstanding. My advise is that we should not put too much credence to his announced rebellion. Ayii wants to get some cash in the next three months before the South formally becomes Independent. And we will see more Ayiis coming up. The NCP will sponsor anybody who cares to talk to their media to create the impression that South Sudan will be ungovernable. They want to gain what they failed to get in the referendum through last ditch manipulation of their Surrogates. However, all in all, these are the lask kicks of a dying horse!!
    Monyekuron.

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  • 25 March 2011 23:18, by ayor

    What the heck is going on with southerners; it has became a routine now a day whenever anyone lost the postion all he and she has to do is to resort in rebellion as an option

    Such habit is an unworthful to be passed on to next generation truth should be told; matter of fact; that’s won’t help us to flourish as a young new-nation!

    The (Goss) should atleast do better than that in order to avoid inconveniences with its memebers whom they happened to disregard them from their perspective seats in the goverment

    By offering them different positions that meet their qualifications such that to appease them in avoiding chaoses

    Because i don’t think it’s necessarry for the (Goss) to create itself so many militias faction since there’s already a main challeng which is currently unsolved and it could spark or instigate violent anytime as an example the(Abiei)issue

    To those food-loving fellow country-men; be informed that you ’re selling your own right to the enemies; why not be patient nd follow your case with your own brothers and sisters instead of collaborating with x-enemies

    You might be thinking that you have chosen a legitimate procedure but unwisely dirtifying your own self with horrible history as well as your own offsprings!

    As outherners let’s believe in peace harmony!----just be like me and so many others whom are not longing for that oil money as long as our fellow brothers and sisters are happy then why not be cool and you and i will have a piece of it anytime when things are plenty enough to be shared among all and thank you all:)

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    • 26 March 2011 10:17, by Shuillk kingdom

      This is an indication to the poor enrolment /employment adopted by GOSS.
      How did general Ayii manage to be the president advisor at first place?
      The GOSS should be take heed when it comes to choose the advisors,ministers,etc. Mr kiir will continue to face such challenges untill he stopes employing the wrong people.
      Merci béaucoup.

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  • 26 March 2011 17:12, by machiiiiiiiiiine

    To all leaders of southern Sudan be actives on your leadership and you must play your role ,politic and fight within Republic of south Sudan and kill those who are against you within the time of their defection.You leaders and citizens of RoSS your first former president of RoSS John Garang is still alive in all corners of the world as he is your first human angel and to the world and his life will end after 21 years in the world.my Advice to Salva kiir is that don,t allow those who were out during 21 years of war.

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  • 26 March 2011 23:59, by Biggy K

    South Sudan has now become a burning hell where any dog can rebel just because his personal interest wasn’t respected. How many individuals do we have in South Sudan who can advise on matters pertaining to governance and development? I guess the answer is millions! if we all rebel in the light that our views were ignored, then what good are we bringing to this nation? I wonder why God allows such barbaric, malicious and weird people to exist under the sun.

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