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December 10, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudanese government will deploy more auxiliary police forces in order to deter inter-communal attacks and cattle raiding in the states affected, says an official of the government.

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A SPLA officer keeps an eye on crowds gathered for Southern Sudan President and elections candidate Salva Kiir’s last election rally in Juba, Friday April 9, 2010. (AP)

The deputy minister of interior, Gen. Salva Mathok Gengdit, on Monday revealed that more forces will be deployed between the tria-states of Warrap, Unity and Lakes in preparation of the ground for maintaining security in anticipation of any violent conflicts arising during the coming dry season.

Gengdit made the statement shortly after a joint meeting of governors of the three states and the leadership of the national ministry of Interior chaired by the Vice President, Riek Machar.

He expressed the importance of the gathering which he said came out with a number of resolutions to implement. He further explained that auxiliary police forces will be deployed in a number of bordering counties in order to arrest the tensions.

The meeting discussed the recent attacks carried out by the youth from Lakes state into Warrap and Unity states, adding that the governor of Lakes state, Chol Tong Mayay, was directed in the meeting to trace and return to the owners the cattle stolen from Unity state in the last few days.

He also added that the government has encouraged the peace initiative by the youth from the three states and that it will support the initiative through the Peace Commission and other partners.

A disarmament campaign will be carried out in the three states to get rid of weapons from the civilians.

Hundreds of people have lost their lives for the last seven years as a result of inter-communal conflicts in the tria-states.

(ST)

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  • 11 December 2012 05:10, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    Although thosands of police force and national force SPLA are deploy around three states to protect citzens and politice is not implicated then no peace.

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  • 11 December 2012 05:55, by Bentiu Elite

    This problem will be contained as the bordering communities came together and thieves are identified from each area . This is an old problem complicated by AK47s. Cow thieves had existed for hundred of years in these communities, but that did not prevented these communities to continue their journey together. We hope modernity and INDEPENDENCE of SOUTH SUDAN bring it to minimum!!
    SPLA OYEE

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    • 11 December 2012 08:09, by Malou Manyiel

      Bentiu Elite,
      Your point is absolutely correct, thieves from these 3 states are disturbing peace and coexistence among communities in the 3 states. If they are identified, it will be easy to contain cattle raiding and sensitized communities of how importance to live in peace and unity. Disarmament also must be comprehensive to make sure all guns are collected from both sides in 3 states.

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      • 11 December 2012 10:20, by Jongleipath

        South Sudanese Army without a bird eye view of civilian on the ground will never solve anything!!! Please buy police helicopters to deliver troops to the scene of raids or crims. That will robustly save lives!!!.
        Stop living in the shadow of "I dont know" those who dont know will never know!!! This is the 21 first century, and our government can buy technology with the brain behind it.

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        • 11 December 2012 11:05, by Logic

          Jongelipath
          You’re right and if education was given prominence and boosted funding this will also go a long way to educate the young about this crippling vice which had gone on for countless generations.

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      • 11 December 2012 11:35, by new generations

        I like what you suggested, however SPLA started with a wrong foot to solve this problem (intimation) intimation is not really a better way solve this conflict.

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      • 11 December 2012 19:20, by Nyakuzuny

        people you are using to talking in three States , please you clear Juba First the Capital of South Sudan for Security we are now in the problem in Juba for Night time.

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  • 11 December 2012 06:38, by master

    pathetic country
    no oil flow

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    • 11 December 2012 07:41, by zulu

      Slave,
      You saw how it is impossible to accept your plea on security. Your goons are already saying Juba has guaranteed to continue to support Yesir and el Mahdi, should the team up. So, we will bring these folks together and flush you out. You are a disgrace to Sudan.

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  • 11 December 2012 06:48, by master

    SPLA mission is protect SPLM elites not the citizen of ss
    don’t think of SPLA as national army
    south sudanese , you will face dark days
    tight the belts

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    • 11 December 2012 07:03, by wang

      Master Chief
      South is way better in term of security compare to that yours warlord zoon so called North Sudan

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      • 11 December 2012 11:08, by Logic

        Wang
        People like master are sad, the truth is both north & south Sudan have major problems to overcome, once the politicians get their act together perhaps things will improve but given the history of politics this will take time and a new generation of thinkers, not the current donkeys.

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  • 11 December 2012 07:19, by Jalaby

    Well, South Sudan defense minister who is visiting Khartoum these days failed to convince Sudan Yesterday to open that pipeline, his visit to Khartoum came immediately after Pagan visit few days ago who also begged Khartoum to open that pipeline but he got solid answer from Khartoum which was big "NO"!
    I’m so surprise with those thieves people in Juba, how come

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    • 11 December 2012 07:26, by Jalaby

      we open that oil pipeline and full your treasury with money and rescue you from the current starvation and catastrophe you’re facing now and you use that money to feed and arming SPLA-N to attack us from behind, terrorizing innocent people by shelling Kadugley randomly and killing kids and women and for sure abducting Chinese workers in addition to all that?!

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      • 11 December 2012 07:37, by Jalaby

        South Sudan will deploy more forces in all south states because now thieves in Juba are so worried about the uprising that started in Wau and could be spread to all other states!
        It’s not joke if you hear about the initiative rebel in SPLA division 6 in Unity state, they didn’t get paid their salaries for 7 months respectively, since they shut down the

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        • 11 December 2012 07:47, by Jalaby

          oil production by their own hands, their only source of food, the south are facing a real catastrophe, the sky made it even "as ugly as it gets" by the huge floods that washed away their crops, they’re evil people that’s why they’re under big siege from all the directions: left to right, right to left, up and down!

          Jalaby (Abo Jalabia)

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          • 11 December 2012 12:58, by Ruach

            Gays:List of terrorist and failed States in the world 1 Sudan 2 Somalia 3 Syria 4 Egypt 5 Iran 6 Iraq 7 Afganstan 8 Palestine 9 Yemen 10 Saudia Arabia. Top 5: 1 Republic of Sudan 2 Syria 3 Somalia 4 Iraq 5 Afganstan

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            • 11 December 2012 14:22, by Jalaby


              Am a H2O Engineer and doing Master Degree in Biotechnology.I’m a BSC in Irrigation and a BSC in Soil Science.I’m studying all tissues now!
              What a liar monkey?! Thar cieth to you nasty monkey!

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              • 11 December 2012 18:37, by Ruach

                Jallabi:Gayism,terrorism and lies are the causes of your failurity! Liel cieth gay whose ass has never missed Muslim dicks for money! It appears now you are South Sudanese but sell out your ass to Arabs for fuck! What a stupid gay!

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              • 11 December 2012 19:46, by Nyakuzuny

                haahaaa this money is like you Arabs , you are looking smart and you think like this money , you don’t know the way forward , just you think shortly .

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              • 12 December 2012 05:16, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

                North Settlers wanted us to disarm ourselves. SPLA goal is to liberated south-north,west-East is belong to Africa SPLA/M. Our elders are getting old,but youngs powerful will emerge soonner. our traditional still hold the History of the Land of Anub,Deng/Koch,Apuny and Pur/Fur. Children Deng Abuk will one day claim victory over the lost territory North Africa. Prussian are intended to invade Africa

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          • 11 December 2012 19:36, by Nyakuzuny

            hey yaa Jalaby , is not meaning that pipe-line will stay in Khartoum is just for short period time, we will start from Paan-thow oil, Bentiu , Upper-Nile and we will also stop the Abyie Oil . we will return pipe-line to another country we don,t the thieves , don’t know were will you going ?

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      • 11 December 2012 07:42, by master

        Jalabi
        you see this mentalty will never change but them wait , we will make them hate the day came to the live

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    • 11 December 2012 08:10, by Chol

      Jalaby and mister, your reverse psychology is not working; it doesn’t matter how many time you play it. You can pretend any way you want but it’s not going to transit oil through Sudan. Salva Kiir order the oil shutdown back in January and yet still in its control today! Cry anyway you want but you’re not getting this oil from South Sudan may be for many years to come!

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      • 11 December 2012 08:37, by Jalaby

        Chol,
        I think you’re following the bad wisdom which says "Lie .. lie till they believe you!"
        in which planet are you living now? don’t you ever read the daily news which shows the south is begging Sudan day and night to open that oil pipeline?
        Just tell me, why Pagan in Khartoum just few days ago? doing what? why the south defense minister in Khartoum now?

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        • 11 December 2012 09:09, by Makunon

          JALABA
          The Minister of argument and stress management. You could be the only Arab with English education and surely your father must have been in Juba for assorted foods business. Forget oil you will beg us soon to open it again when you realized that the North is the beneficiary in the process.

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      • 11 December 2012 08:50, by master

        Chol
        we have 2 options
        1/ to let south oil go & refresh our economy & then south feed again SPLA/N
        2/ to be patient & never open our pipeline to south & let kiir gov down and this wise decision to us as we already passed our shock
        we made this cartoon state & we will destory it bcz SPLM thugs are impolite

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        • 11 December 2012 09:28, by Kurnyel

          Depolyment of so call fake SPLA which is almost occupied by ruthless Dinkanuer will not make anydifferent, because instead of keeping order, they will looted Dinka and murle. so the fiest thing you should do is to train Equatorians who are peace loving people plus few Dinka and depoly them from there they will make the meanful of armforce and peace mentainance.

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          • 11 December 2012 09:30, by Kurnyel

            Deployment of Dinkanuer to any States will be like adding the full jurcan of fuel in to burning fire.

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    • 11 December 2012 11:56, by Bentiu Elite

      Jallaby ,
      Know that we fought YOU without OIL ,We fought YOU because we knew that you & ASIAN Companies were stealing US. This time you will never steal a drop of OIL from South Sudan!!!!
      God Bless South Sudan.
      SPLA OYEE....

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  • 11 December 2012 14:44, by master

    Oh
    no death news today in the bush ( south sudan )

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  • 12 December 2012 00:26, by panom lualbil

    Stealing, killing or eating are behaviors of a person or community and changing them, is a daydream. I meant the nature of who regard such above behaviors would show even if more police’s forces are deployed than the fact that past should be learned through the rule of laws.

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  • 12 December 2012 06:39, by JohnGarangFreedom

    I need people to know that, the Joshua (President Kiir Mayardit) of South Sudan is there for reason. He is the hero of the land, so that leadership position he own has not came in by free. He has fought for it, and it is rewards to him. You don’t him, get over it.

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  • 12 December 2012 06:39, by JohnGarangFreedom

    I need people to know that, the Joshua (President Kiir Mayardit) of South Sudan is there for reason. He is the hero of the land, so that leadership position he own has not came in by free. He has fought for it, and it is rewards to him. You don’t him, get over it.

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  • 12 December 2012 06:42, by JohnGarangFreedom

    I need people to know that, the Joshua (Pres. Kiir Mayardit) of South Sudan is there for reason. He is the hero of the land, so that leadership position he own has not came in by free. He has fought for it, and it is rewards to him. You don’t him, get over it. On top of that, President Kiir was elected by people and he will be changed through vote if citizens of South Sudan decided democratically.

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