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December 9, 2012 (JUBA) - The former Commissioner of Wau County, John Peter Miskin, said Sunday that 25 people had been killed after South Sudan’s army fired live bullets on a group protesting against the administrative headquarters in the county being moved.

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SPLA soldier stands in a parade during their 29th anniversary celebrations in South Sudan’s capital Juba (Reuters)

However, the Governor of Western Bahr el Ghazal, Rizik Zachariah Hassan, has denied that the military (SPLA) opened fire on civilians, describing media reports quoting United Nations as "unverified".

The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) told the press on Sunday that six people were killed late on Saturday when the SPLA attempted to remove road blocks established in protest against the administrative changes. Then early on Sunday morning, UNMISS said, four more people were killed when a group marched into Wau town to petition the Governor.

Later on Sunday Governor Hassan issued an order imposing a curfew on Wau town from 7pm to 7am.

Former Commissioner Miskin, told Sudan Tribune on Sunday that the SPLA fired "live bullets indiscriminately on the innocent civilians protesting their rights."

Miskin said the protesters had been killed purely because they told "the government that the decision it has taken is not constitutional". In October Miskin resigned from his position as Wau County Commissioner in protest against the decision of the Western Bahr el Ghazal State cabinet to relocate the headquarters of Wau County to its original place in Bagari,

The Deputy Speaker of Western Bahr el Ghazal Legislative Assembly, Edward Ukungeri, confirmed that protesters had been killed but did not give a death toll. He warned that the government "will bear full responsibility" for lost of lives in the clash.

The decision of the Western Bahr el Ghazal cabinet to to move the headquarters of Wau County, had not been endorsed the state’s parliament, he said.

"We asked the government to sit down with people to discuss the matter but it is now becoming something else. They are killing innocent civilians. Will this work? The people who took this decision, whether as individuals or as government will bear full responsibility. You cannot kill people because they do not accept your decision", Ukungeri said.

Governor Hassan told Sudan Tribune on Sunday that he was not aware of any protesters being killed by the SPLA but said he had "formed a security committee to investigate the incident".

The Western Bahr el Ghazal government, he said, has taken emergency measures by increasing the number regular police forces in Wau town and reinforcing a SPLA unit in the area.

Hassan said in a separate statement on Sunday announcing the curfew: “Anybody in possession of illegal fire arms should hand them over to any person in police headquarters and any person who contravenes this order shall be dealt according to the law,"

The UN said on Sunday that it was not clear whether any of the protesters were armed. South Sudan’s army has also cast doubt over the authenticity of the UN reports that people had been shot by the country’s army.

Colonel Kella Kueth, the SPLA’s deputy spokesperson, told Sudan Tribune that the matter "is being investigated but I don’t know SPLA forces on the ground were involved."

Wau County has had its headquarters in Wau town since the Sudanese civil war which ended in 2005. However, in October the state cabinet passed a resolution instructing the county commissioner to move the headquarters to its original location in Bagari, following creation of municipality and appointment of a mayor.

Jur River County, which also had its headquarters in Wau town, was relocated to Nyinakok on 22 October after it was also instructed to move. 

Officials from the government including Governor Hassan argue that the cabinet’s decision was constitutional, as it was meant to take services to closer to people in rural areas in order to manage rural-urban migration.

Many citizens complain that the state’s administration has done little to improve living conditions and live up to promises made by South Sudan’s governing Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) in the 2010 general election campaign.

The SPLM was the political wing of the SPLA before a 2005 peace deal ended decades of conflict with north Sudan. South Sudan gained independence in 2011 as part of the peace agreement.

In Western Bahr el Ghazal, as with the rest of South Sudan, the SPLM won almost all the seats in the state’s parliament.

Although the area is considered one of the more peaceful states in the country, concerns relating to law and order in some parts of the state have drawn the attention of the local population and authorities. Banditry and attacks at night have become more regular, according to local people.

Rizik Dominic Samuel, a security adviser to the Governor, told Sudan Tribune that the investigation committee is collecting details of the incident and that it was too early for him to give figures relating to the incident.

Samuel said protesters have abandoned the simplest ways of passing grievances of concerned citizens to the government but instead decided to resort to violence, including wanting to burn the local branch of South Sudan’s Central Bank.

“They wanted to enter the branch of the central bank. Their intention was to burn it down after taking away money in it. They wanted to do exactly what they did yesterday. They attacked police camp in Hai Kosti and burning it down to ashes. They also made an attempt to force their way into the state secretariat and the Governor’s residence before being dispersed by the Governor’s guards.

WAU COMMISSIONER SAYS POLITICIANS BEHIND PROTESTS

On Friday Wau County’s Commissioner, Elia Kamilo Dimo, had urged those protesting against the relocation of the county headquarters to observe the law.

“There is this mentality of using local people as scapegoats by some politicians to cover up their failures when they are dismissed from the government. This practice is killing a lot and must not be allowed. There are people using youths to cause chaos [...] to draw the attention of the government, so that they can get what they want. They see violence as an easy way to get it,” Dimo said on Friday.

The Commissioner said that some youths from the area had “unilaterally” decided to block major roads in the area and “falsely” report the government to the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

“They have forgotten that this is the government which they elected themselves. It is their government and they have the right to sit down and discuss with authorities issues of concerns instead of going to outsiders with false accusations, just because some people are using them,” said Dimo.

He claimed one of the reasons why the headquarters of the two counties was moved was because they were occupying school premises.

He also accused his predecessor, John Peter Miskin, and other high-level politicians from the area of instigating the youth to demonstrate and block roads leading out to Western Equatoria State and areas including Baggari and Raja county. 

According to Dimo, Miskin “did not call meetings with chiefs and intellectuals from the area to clearly explain to them the decision to relocate the headquarters of Jur River and Wau counties.”

Dimo said he held a successful meeting on Friday with chiefs, payam [district] administrators and intellectuals from the area to brief them on the cabinet decision to relocate the county headquarters and why he thinks it will benefit the local population.

(ST)

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  • 10 December 2012 06:30, by Young Lotuko

    wow, Lord help South Sudan..

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    • 10 December 2012 06:33, by Young Lotuko

      Rizik Zachariah Hassan, has denied that the military (SPLA) opened fire on civilians, describing media reports quoting United Nations as "unverified". Sp who killed the 25 people? This thing is going to get worse..

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    • 10 December 2012 10:01, by Bentiu Elite

      This was not peaceful protest , actually ,THOSE WERE A MILITIA
      GROUPS ACTIVATING THEMSELVES AGAIN .....Rizik is SPLA and these thieves will enjoy SPLA bullets ......
      God Bless South Sudan
      SPLA OYEEE ....STILL WE HAVE BUSINESS WITH KHARTOUM.

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      • 10 December 2012 16:32, by Good Citizen

        so this is this the fate of independent South Sudan ? the country where life is just like a toilet paper, valueless ? what is the difference between killing Freedom of press,journalists, opening fire on peaceful civilian demonstrations and external enemy killing the civilians at the boarders ? this government has failed South Sudanese people.it ’s failed so miserably.am just speechless.

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  • 10 December 2012 06:38, by Jalaby

    "Never ever think of making Arab Spring, I’m warning you, don’t you understand?"

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    • 10 December 2012 06:45, by Kurnyeil The Junior

      Yes with no lying, I believed they Dinka Bor soldier who were anger by the death of Abraham Chol Awoul has done wonderful job of killing Bar Ghazal ahahahah ahahaha
      Dinka against Dinka. Nuer can now take over, kiir is not wise but people just scard of him. ahaha

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      • 10 December 2012 08:17, by master

        Kurniyal
        i prayed the dawn & then slept , tha victimes were 10 when i wake up i read 25 what kind of creatures those pp

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    • 10 December 2012 07:38, by Rommel

      Jalaby:
      It’s rather extraordinary just how quick, how often, how strenuous and how so very cringingely self-unaware you are when you speak on South Sudan’s Human rights abuses, when your own government has killed more of its own people than any other government on the face of the earth in the last 50 years.

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      • 10 December 2012 07:41, by Rommel

        I find your detached, hypocritical and wholly self-unaware, rants on the level of ethnic-determined violence in South Sudan incredibly hilarious. You seem to be entirely oblivious to the unenviable afflictions and realities of your own Nation. You have lost no less than a hundred thousand people in Darfur, and have had millions displaced as a consequence.

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        • 10 December 2012 07:43, by Rommel

          You have lost more civilians in State sanctioned ethnic-determined violence than any other Nation within the continent and indeed the world. You may be content with inducing yourself into some kind of amnesia in regards to the immense human suffering in your own backyard, but to the rest of us -to the rest of the world-... the persistence of this reality is unremitting!

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      • 10 December 2012 07:43, by Northern Sudanese

        Rommel
        you know very well that Darfur was a true lie don’t ya? why would the army even dare to kill a civilian? lol

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        • 10 December 2012 08:03, by Rommel

          Northern Sudanese:
          Ah, so the very well documented cases of State sanctioned ethnic cleansing in Darfur is merely a derivative of Western subterfuge, is it!? This is all presumably the result of Zionist mendacity and deceit. Ridiculous!

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          • 10 December 2012 08:15, by Rommel

            If you want an answer to the question that you posed, then you need to ask yourself just why it is a plethora of international studies [independent of each other] have all concluded that your genocidal government has engaged in a brutal policy of expelling non-Arab tribes from their lands to the attendant benefit of Arab settlers.

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            • 10 December 2012 08:22, by Rommel

              You also need to ask yourself why it is you’ve had a rebellion of some sort in virtually every corner of your Nation —- in all the non-Arab peripheries; and why the rebellions always bemoan the hegemony, marginalization and persecution of a dictatorial, genocidal Arab elite.

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              • 10 December 2012 08:23, by Rommel

                You have at this very moment half a million people displaced from the conflagration in both South Kordofan and Blue Nile State. I am sure the millions displaced in Darfur are being provided with copious amounts of food, and that the scores of images of emaciated children brandished across television screens all over the world for nearly a decade are merely figments of our imagination!

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                • 10 December 2012 08:54, by Jalaby

                  Rommel (Dr. Luka),
                  You guys (Dinka Ngok) instead of kissing our hand you guys bite it, we opened our schools and universities for you and we shared our food, houses,etc with you guys because we considered you as one of our family after your chief decided to join north Sudan and declined all other southerners chiefs effort to change his mind, you guys are the

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                  • 10 December 2012 09:01, by Jalaby

                    most educated people in the south and that explains why you’re on the top management and leaders positions inside SPLA/M, that’s because of us and now you want to deprive Misserya rights from living in Abyei and consider them as foreigners despite they shared their food with you all this time! No one should be surprised as coward people attitude should always be like that!

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                    • 10 December 2012 09:06, by Jalaby

                      Don’t worry about Sudan, Darfour and genocide that you’re talking about, we know how to handle our country after you guys were the root cause of Sudan problem have gone away from us, just look after your chronic problems, try to find away to make Haynes and wolves live together in that jungle called South Sudan if that can ever happen!

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                      • 10 December 2012 09:15, by Jalaby

                        I really feel sorry for you doctor, although you’ve PhD in economy (thanks for Sudanese people) and well educated person but thieves in Juba left you behind and in the reserved couch and allowed people with less education to be ministers!
                        I won’t be surprised if one day Dinka Bor people suspected your belonging to South Sudan if you guys annoyed them!

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                        • 10 December 2012 12:09, by Nyakuzuny

                          brother Jalaby u guy Short up your mouth we are in peace , if you mean for Clashes in Wau is just for incident is not all the time how many people you are lossing in Khartoum all the time? and how many people you are Killing in Darfure all time day and Night .fuck your sharia law and fuck your blind religious.

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                          • 10 December 2012 13:19, by Nyakuzuny

                            NCP have on chaince again to gain the power from other party in Khartoum because we withdrawal all our resources that why Ommhar will lead you without species , because he lose her vioce because he craying to need our Resources all the time .and now will not talking again brother.

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                        • 10 December 2012 12:39, by Abyei Soil

                          Tell me one Misseriya that got top education program in Your community if you thinks Misseriya are those teaching Abyei Sons & Daughters. You’re ppl who lookin’ where you can hide your backs from sunshine & rain yet you still claims to ’ve exducation background. Where exactly you come with education, you should looks into other ways of staying with Sudanese instead.

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                  • 10 December 2012 09:32, by Rommel

                    Jalaby:
                    You seem to come from another dimension. I don’t know if you’re being serious, or if you’re just trying to be funny. You do realize that 200 Ngok civilians were massacred by the Misseriya [with the help of the police] in 1965 and that Paramount Chief Monyyak Deng (Deng Majok’s son and successor) was assassinated on the 17th of September 1970!?

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                    • 10 December 2012 09:47, by Rommel

                      How could they possibly be expected to be happy about that!? Why would they be grateful!? So because a small coterie of individuals [from Abyei’s elite families] received education in the North, you think that should then temper their anger at the deaths of their civilians at your hands, the expropriation of their lands and the assassination of their Paramount chief!?

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                      • 10 December 2012 09:59, by Rommel

                        That Khartoum didn’t implement Nuremburg style laws in what was a unified Nation is not a humanistic achievement of any kind. The Misseriya are the ones that should be eternally grateful. The Dinka people have kindly permitted the Misseriya to graze on Dinka lands for centuries on end.

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                        • 10 December 2012 10:04, by Rommel

                          According to to K. D. D. Henderson’s standard history of the Humr, the Ngok were well established in Abyei along the Ngol, Kiir, Nyamora and Lau rivers by the time the Humr Misseriya reached an area that is immediately to the north of Abyei — Muglad. In fact sections of the Ngok even assisted them in seizing control of Muglad from the indigenous Shatt Nubans.

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                          • 10 December 2012 10:20, by Rommel

                            You know how to handle your country!? What a fatuous remark! Is this why a quarter of a million people have purportedly perished in Darfur over the last decade when your government assisted Arab tribes in their wars of aggression against the Zaghawa, Masalit and Fur of Dar:fur!?

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                            • 10 December 2012 10:34, by Rommel

                              I find it absolutely hilarious that you would try to disavow any and all culpability by ascribing such responsibility for what has since transpired in Darfur onto the ’South’. Was it the South that convinced the tribes in Darfur to depart from the pattern of low intensity, small scale conflicts of the 1950s to the 1970s, to the brutal large scale, and high intensity conflicts of the mid-1980s!?

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                              • 10 December 2012 10:41, by Rommel

                                Who told Arab nomads that they should try to encroach and subsequently occupy Jebel Marra massif!? Who told your genocidal government to so clearly evince its preference for Arabs over non-Arabs in these conflicts!?

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                                • 10 December 2012 10:47, by Rommel

                                  I realize that you so desperately want me to be from Abyei, in the tacit suggestion that Abyei is indeed the only area in South Sudan with an educated class. Do you know where the late Dr. Joh Garang de Mabior was from? The man was from Twic east [mistakenly confused for Bor]... and this is where I’m from.

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                                  • 10 December 2012 13:19, by Jalaby

                                    Dr. Luka,
                                    "Do you know where the late Dr. Joh Garang de Mabior was from? The man was from Twic east [mistakenly confused for Bor]... and this is where I’m from"
                                    That’s funny, do you think I’ll buy any of your nonsense justifications and story that you mentioned above?

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                                    • 10 December 2012 13:24, by Jalaby

                                      Keep disguising yourself man (Rommel) otherwise your SPLA/M opponents won’t hesitate to shoot you dead like Isaiah Ding Abraham if they find out your real identity, you guys are living in a jungle where cows are much valuable than human being and you don’t feel shame of yourself talking about Darfour! You really can’t compare what’s going on in the south with Sudan!

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                                      • 10 December 2012 14:07, by Rommel

                                        Jalaby:
                                        The truth has been put out there and so it ultimately doesn’t matter what you are willing to believe or not. For once I agree with you: You can’t compare the small scale, low intensity skirmishes in South Sudan with your Arab supremacist government’s penchant for carrying out operations with genocidal dimensions. That rhymed, didn’t it!?

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                              • 11 December 2012 04:24, by australian

                                Rommel: To the northern people, the South is to be blamed for the war because they rejected Islam and Sharia. Not submitting makes the SS GUILTY. Muslims do the same wherever they go. "You don’t want Islam, even though it’s a glorious religion of peace? Then KAPOW!"

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                • 10 December 2012 13:29, by master

                  Rommel
                  dig your grave
                  your brothers will kill you

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                  • 10 December 2012 14:13, by Rommel

                    No, I don’t think I’ll be digging myself a grave anytime soon. I have got far more exciting things to do than that, things that won’t leave my upper body reeling. I am being churlish, of course. LOL!

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                  • 10 December 2012 19:53, by P.K.M

                    If Salva Kiir want this government and him to survive; he should come out and make it clear as to what happened. Otherwise Khartoum will take this opportunity and do the killing as well and will always be blame as Kiir government doing the killing. I have the instinct now that the killing that had been happening so far in Juba had to Khartoum agents.- - -

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                    • 10 December 2012 19:56, by P.K.M

                      The Killers need to know that; back in the 1980s, tens of thousands of boys were send to Ethiopian for studies and in the year 2000, tens of thousands of students went to United States; so, if their aim is to kill educated people in South Sudan; then it’s going to take them a long time to kill tens of thousands of them!

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    • 10 December 2012 13:33, by simon yel

      It is not so called Arab spring mr. Jaalab if you don’t know please prius quam exaudias ne iudices.

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  • 10 December 2012 06:42, by Jalaby
    • 10 December 2012 06:42, by Jalaby

      Please choose the right answer:
      Why this man is crying so bitterly?

      1.Disappointed by thieves government
      2.After 50 years of struggling against Arab/Jalaba the south ended up the state of outlaw
      3.These are the tears of happiness during the independence day and for the dreaming that the south is going to be a paradise
      4.All of the above are correct

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      • 10 December 2012 07:42, by master

        jalaby
        hahahaaaaaaaaaaaaa
        hahaaaaaaaaaaaaa
        hahahaaaaaaaaa

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      • 10 December 2012 20:04, by P.K.M

        Jalaby, you should be worrying about you crashing economy in Sudan. Crying here over the shoulder of South Sudanese is not going to open up the pipeline and give you more oil to steal. Second of all, creating more chaos in South Sudan is not going to reunite two Sudans! You just need to forget; go home and find ways to live without South Sudan wealth!

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    • 10 December 2012 12:28, by Gabriel KK

      Jalaby,
      He is crying for his colleagues killed in recent protest in Darfur region.

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  • 10 December 2012 06:42, by Son of Ngundeng

    To All south sudanese
    what we had seen now it will move around untill it reach the reall, government to shoot the civillian this is not a crime? the cow boy and his son Rezick will be taken to I.C.C like abashier, this will be the last hours to Dinka.

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  • 10 December 2012 06:45, by 4Justice

    The task of extricating ourselves from a dysfunctional leadership wont be easy. Imagine - if you can - having no conscience, none at all, no feelings of guilt or failure ... no sense of concern, Imagine no struggles with shame,not a single one in your whole life. No matter what kind of selfish, lazy, harmful, or immoral action you had taken. No concept of responsibility, except as a burden others seem to accept without question, like gullible fools.

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  • 10 December 2012 06:53, by Eastern

    The SPLM/A government thrives on denial! With many dead bodies seen by many people in Wau, the governor and his county commissioner are still denying or claiming to be unaware. How did UNMISS come to confirm that people were killed. Mr. Governor what goes around comes around. The writing is on the wall!!

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  • 10 December 2012 06:59, by George Bol

    Culture of jallaba of denial must not come to the South. If governor say spla did not do the killing then who killed 25 protesters?. Sorry for the primitiveness!

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    • 10 December 2012 07:12, by Jalaby

      George Bol,
      My friend, SPLA/M can teach and lecture Arab/Jalaba in theft, corruption, lying, etc, no one can compete SPLA in theft and denial!
      I personally don’t mind to attend any session for SPLA/M in theft and how they stole $4bn within no time and so quickly, if they invite me to attend that session I won’t decline their invitation!

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      • 10 December 2012 08:39, by Ruach

        Gays: World ’s top terrorist and failed State 1 Sudan 2 Somalia 3 Syria 4 Iran 5 Iraq 6 Afganstan 7 Labonon 8 Palestine 9 Yemen 10 Libya 11 Saudi Arabia + many Arab countries.Top 5 Terrorist and failed States and Nations.1 Sudan 2 Somalia 3 Syria 4 Iraq 5 Afganstan Sudan will never be relieved from its sanctions.It is a big cotract for them and enjoy it forever! Enjoy ur sanctions fake Arabs!

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      • 10 December 2012 13:10, by Nyakuzuny

        hey ya mohamed Jalaby don’t using SPLM Is thieft we are not Thieft. the first thieft in the world and the Corruption is from Northern Sudan , we all know your background that is why you will be remaining poorest country , Sudan will not be the same again and you will be remaining poorest country we are riches Country , don’t craying about our Resources .and NCP now have no power.

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  • 10 December 2012 07:08, by wang

    The people must have to obey a country Laws in order to have stable state. SPLA are doing what Kiir told them to do

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    • 10 December 2012 07:29, by Kurnyeil The Junior

      kiir is a coward, and always got scared by educated person, wait and you will all you see. he will killed those who know between good and bad, especially those who point out that he fail in economic and governing, he will finishing all, just see now days Riek machar the well educated person is now a bitch to kiir

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      • 10 December 2012 07:32, by Kurnyeil The Junior

        because if he say no to kiir, he will killed him. Kiir is not like Garang, Garang know who can take care of the people if he die and that is why he careful bring Riek back to the SPLA/M, but Kiir is just a useless person who don’t know how to govern the country, we even heard that Kiir has centre him in the middle of his relatives

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        • 10 December 2012 07:34, by Kurnyeil The Junior

          including the one that called himself Dinka Dominated SPLA/M that guys working in many position in the Government. If you following him so closely, you will find out that everything he said can happened, which mean he is the assassinator of his nephew opponent as he always said.
          southerner you need to have classes of leaderhip from our leader Bashir than you will be fine

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  • 10 December 2012 07:25, by JohnGarangFreedom

    South Sudanese, can we just take some issues in form of collective leadership as Management or Administration when we criticize what we now know is a government and not individual, tribe, region in matter? On this website as often, people don’t comment based on topic which is to me ridiculous for most people who think they are educated personnel.

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    • 10 December 2012 12:19, by Gabriel KK

      JohnkillerGarang,
      Yin cin ke nyic, yin ya ace bel e twic abac. if Dinka-Bor(Athoch & Ghok)is your first and imminent enemy, then take up arms and fight them if you think they are controlling you or else you will keep on backing until your long red incisors fall out. you are idiot.

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      • 10 December 2012 19:12, by Ahmed Chol

        Gabriel KK,
        The man call John GarangFreedom has several names. He is desperate and wants to sell his poorly written books. He lives in Georgia, USA. His name is Thuc Wal Juag (ch). He comes from a family that makes living on people’s blood. His uncle Juachdit use to betray Dinkas to Arabs as SPLA in khartoum. He then get paid to make a living. Take a look at this http://www.twiceast.org/

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        • 11 December 2012 14:25, by Gabriel KK

          Ahemed Chol,
          Thanks, I have known the idiot through his usual poor english and selling of twic east name and hisdtory which is absolutely different from what is in the history of Dinka. I will stop responding to his nonsense messages from today onward because I don’t want to upset the other clean clans e.g Dukkeen, Kongor, Pakeer and Ajuong because they are SMART.

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  • 10 December 2012 07:26, by JohnGarangFreedom

    South Sudanese, can we just take some issues in form of collective leadership as Management or Administration when we criticize what we now know is a government and not individual, tribe, region in matter? On this website as often, people don’t comment based on topic which is to me ridiculous for most people who think they are educated personnel.

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  • 10 December 2012 07:26, by JohnGarangFreedom

    South Sudanese, can we just take some issues in form of collective leadership as Management or Administration when we criticize what we now know is a government and not individual, tribe, region in matter? On this website as often, people don’t comment based on topic which is to me ridiculous for most people who think they are educated personnel.

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  • 10 December 2012 07:27, by JohnGarangFreedom

    People nothing so-call Dinka Bor (Bor County) that is compared with Greater Bhar el Ghazal Dinka (Malual Giernyang, Ruweng, Twic West, Rek, Agar, Gok, Atuot, Aliab, Ciec, Mareng Ngok) and Greater Upper Nile Dinka (Bor, Twic East, Nyarweng, Hol, Ager, Paweny, Atar, Dongjol, Luach, Abiliang, Thoi, etc). I know some of you intentions here but as always curse will rest upon deceivers or trouble makers

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  • 10 December 2012 07:27, by JohnGarangFreedom

    People nothing so-call Dinka Bor (Bor County) that is compared with Greater Bhar el Ghazal Dinka (Malual Giernyang, Ruweng, Twic West, Rek, Agar, Gok, Atuot, Aliab, Ciec, Mareng Ngok) and Greater Upper Nile Dinka (Bor, Twic East, Nyarweng, Hol, Ager, Paweny, Atar, Dongjol, Luach, Abiliang, Thoi, etc). I know some of you intentions here but as always curse will rest upon deceivers or trouble makers

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  • 10 December 2012 07:27, by JohnGarangFreedom

    People nothing so-call Dinka Bor (Bor County) that is compared with Greater Bhar el Ghazal Dinka (Malual Giernyang, Ruweng, Twic West, Rek, Agar, Gok, Atuot, Aliab, Ciec, Mareng Ngok) and Greater Upper Nile Dinka (Bor, Twic East, Nyarweng, Hol, Ager, Paweny, Atar, Dongjol, Luach, Abiliang, Thoi, etc). I know some of you intentions here but as always curse will rest upon deceivers or trouble makers

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  • 10 December 2012 07:28, by JohnGarangFreedom

    People nothing so-call Dinka Bor (Bor County) that is compared with Greater Bhar el Ghazal Dinka (Malual Giernyang, Ruweng, Twic West, Rek, Agar, Gok, Atuot, Aliab, Ciec, Mareng Ngok) and Greater Upper Nile Dinka (Bor, Twic East, Nyarweng, Hol, Ager, Paweny, Atar, Dongjol, Luach, Abiliang, Thoi, etc). I know some of you intentions here but as always curse will rest upon deceivers or trouble makers

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  • 10 December 2012 07:28, by JohnGarangFreedom

    People nothing so-call Dinka Bor (Bor County) that is compared with Greater Bhar el Ghazal Dinka (Malual Giernyang, Ruweng, Twic West, Rek, Agar, Gok, Atuot, Aliab, Ciec, Mareng Ngok) and Greater Upper Nile Dinka (Bor, Twic East, Nyarweng, Hol, Ager, Paweny, Atar, Dongjol, Luach, Abiliang, Thoi, etc). I know some of you intentions here but as always curse will rest upon deceivers or trouble makers

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    • 10 December 2012 08:02, by Ruach

      The top terrorist States and nations in the world 1 Sudan 2 Somalia 3 Syria 4 Egypt 5 Iran 6 Iraq 7 Labenon 8 Afganstan 9 Libya 10 Palestine 11 Yemen 12 Saudi Arabia 13 Ertrea
      Top 5 Terrorist and failed nations or States in the world 1 Sudan 2 Somalia 3 Syria 4 Iraq 5 Afganstan.Don’t attempt to set up your foot to above mentioned failed and terrorist states.You will find yourselve in the hell!

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    • 10 December 2012 08:17, by Ruach

      Sudan will never be relieved from its sanctions unless the establish democartic State guided by laws not by Bashir! Sudan will be stable unless the accept the humanity!Sudan ’s economies have collapsed and there is high inflation ever seen throughout the world.It is the highest

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  • 10 December 2012 07:56, by sudani

    What has happened in wau was not a peacefull protest. it is a cordination from the groups who called themselves Ferit Youth and maltia group with them,they were armed and match striaight to the branch of south sudan bank located in wau town and when police refuses them to eneter the bank premises, they open fire to the police and the polcie fire back by killing 5 people amongs them.

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  • 10 December 2012 08:15, by sudani

    the blockage of main roads that connect the state and the other town in state with no justification is a crime by itself. Taking the law in your hand own claiming at the same time your right is totally unacceptabls. I was in wau in few day during the time of that incidnt. The only problem is the tribal inciment among the ploictician of wau. the group claim that they have been ask to move out of

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  • 10 December 2012 08:22, by sudani

    wau so that the town will be left for Dinka people. this is wrong to preach the to the people that shit of incting tribilism which now casues the lives of inocent people. let the goverment dealt with those outlaw criminals in wau and specailly the former commissionar should be brought to justic for his crime of inciting tribal violent in state. he is the hyena which muddled himself among the cows.

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  • 10 December 2012 08:48, by dinkagloble

    I wonder what our people expect government to do when an arm ganges blocking roads and start destroying people properties!! As usual these UN forces are bias about the the incident. What SPLA have done could have been done by any government whether it was in Washington, Beijing or Moscow. Don’t believe it take your favorite revolver to capitol Hill and pretent you protesting.

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  • 10 December 2012 08:59, by NO PEACE

    I Give thank to former commissioner of wau county to leave is work because of is people.
    Governor shame on you.

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  • 10 December 2012 09:57, by Akuma

    South Sudan government would be accountable for the death of those 25 people. the question is, who order them to open fire against their fellow citizens, and under which jurisdiction do they have to make that such big crime. They soldiers are being of raping, torture, beating of journalists, murdering citizens accross the country.
    Justice must prevail on this otherwise South Sudan is headingin.

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    • 10 December 2012 14:04, by simon yel

      Akuma
      please let tell you ratio decidendi was to stop the protestants from causing damages in the , like they were marching to where there is banks .the state government thought that they might break in banks and dash away with cash .Please volenti non fit injuria(injury is not done to the willing )

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  • 10 December 2012 10:16, by Paulkedit

    Those who are behind the protestors should be held responsible not the SPLA nor the Wau Police. Am in Wau currently n this sudantribune guys need to verified their reports. However those whom the calmed they were killed were having guns. SPLA were on self defend.Shame on those who are behind the protestor.

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  • 10 December 2012 10:17, by Mapuor

    Condolences to the relatives of those who lost their lives in Wau.South Sudan will never be peaceful when small matters such as demonstrations are treated with such brutality.Use tear gas you fools instead of live bullets.SPLA should not intervene in such matters if not called in written letter signed by even the judges among others.Pooooooo

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  • 10 December 2012 11:04, by sudani

    GUYS, WHAT IS GOING ON IN WAU IS A REBELLION NOT JUST A PROTEST. THEY GROUP CAME TO ATTACK WAU SOUTH SUDAN BANK BRANCH AND THE POLICE STATION WITH IN INTENTION TO LOOT THE MONEY FROM THE BANK AND THEN SETUP THEIR STATE GOV’ AFTER THE ENTER THE STATE GOV’ HQ BY FORCE. I AM STILL IN WAU FOLLOWING THE EVENT CLOSELY. Those who condemned the act of the police are not really knowing what is going on.

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  • 10 December 2012 11:21, by Madiak

    Hi SonofNgunDeng who told u that Dinka has an end Dinka had defeated Arab+Nuer Malitia+Equatorians+ Faratit’ but Faratit+Equatorians did not get the good lessons from Dinka like Arab/Nuer’ but the turn of Faratit is alsmost there just let them try and the will go back to their stage where there is no different between man and woman like the word of their ally Arab in Wau(kill Dika n fuck Fartit)

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    • 10 December 2012 12:11, by mawanthon

      Dear bro, this problem in wau people needs to be critically conscious its might be a planned somewhere, don’t think that its civilian behavior it may be politicize from above and these fucken furatit can not owned state by themselves, without Dinka make sure Dinka someday can be in any state since they were the warriors of the South Sudan

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  • 10 December 2012 11:24, by master

    south sudanese
    don’t worry
    no oil flow
    no oil flow
    no oil flow
    hahaaaaaa
    splm oyeeeee

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  • 10 December 2012 13:28, by Makunon

    What is wrong with taking town the people and not taking houses of individuals, somethings wrong with those protesters or inspired by the politicians. Vision of taking town to the pple is for quick development.Militias must have involved in this massing.But we don’t need more bloodshed atleast those militias of Tom Nur are still criticizing the government.

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  • 10 December 2012 13:33, by daniell

    We gained independence to leave in peace among ourselves and not to cause problem.

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  • 10 December 2012 13:44, by OurLand

    I can’t understand the comments above that 25 people killed in Wau is not bad as many more people are killed in North Sudan. The first duty of a nation is to protect its people and in Wau the nation of South Sudan failed by killing 25 of its own. How come we don’t even need North Sudan anymore to have dead South Sudanese? This is a shame and deserves a little more self-reflection than I read here

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  • 10 December 2012 15:44, by JohnGarangFreedom

    Death through lying or killing is reward going to hell and weigh for truth tellers is eternal life. Mi Diit, Ruach, Thorbanat, Die (Truth) or Live (Lie), etc, etc who are every-times lying on this website forum.

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  • 10 December 2012 15:45, by JohnGarangFreedom

    Death through lying or killing is reward going to hell and weigh for truth tellers is eternal life. Mi Diit, Ruach, Thorbanat, Die (Truth) or Live (Lie), etc, etc who are every-times lying on this website forum.

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  • 10 December 2012 15:45, by JohnGarangFreedom

    Death through lying or killing is reward going to hell and weigh for truth tellers is eternal life. Mi Diit, Ruach, Thorbanat, Die (Truth) or Live (Lie), etc, etc who are every-times lying on this website forum.

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    • 10 December 2012 16:20, by Ruach

      JohnGarangFreedom: You are an idiot that I have ever seen! Keep away from my league! Idiot of idiots

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  • 10 December 2012 20:39, by mudfish

    Kiir is wise:
    those who are against Dinka are like people against God!!!

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    • 11 December 2012 06:43, by manjack227@yahoo.com.au

      HOLLO,Guys, others people from south Sudan Society told you that Kiir Government it’s not good you’re said No, look for yourselves consequences. God show YOU way of truth how bad it’s. let me tell you GUYS, coup of Days and MONTHS Ago SPLA killed 14 men whom came closes to Town of Gumoruk 4 weeks Ago Killed 5 men From Pibor County Near by and One month half Ago Killed three Women by planet L

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  • 11 December 2012 08:40, by Madiak

    Mudfish
    HaHahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
    young man you are absolutely right
    God bless you and God bless all Dinka (Muonyjang) (Monyjang)in south Sudan. Dinka Bor from east’ Malual Buoth Anyar to the west’ Dinka Padang to the north’ Dinka Agar/Tony/Atuot/Aliab/Ciec to the south and all Dinka from the central God Bless you and portect you from all militia my people.

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    • 11 December 2012 12:17, by manjack227@yahoo.com.au

      MUDFISH,
      What do you laugh at, what do you thinking those 25 dead not Dinka, your known nothings those people I mention there are not militia just civilians like your Dinka killed. So keep in your minds that don’t ccount Dinka Bor there are in hot fires.
      See you.

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  • 11 December 2012 12:57, by Madiak

    manjack227@yahoo.com.au
    What type of english are u using please if u don’t know english just use ur fucking slaves language and I will pay money so that ur fucking kin can traslate it for me. Women repect their husbands so you guys need to repect ur hasbands Dinka we are calls Monyjang which mean (husband of all)

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