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S. Sudan army acts to contain Wau protests - 12 further civilian deaths alleged

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December 19, 2012 (WAU) - At least 12 people were killed when people took to the streets of the Western Bahr el Ghazal state capital, Wau, on Wednesday - according to eyewitnesses.

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Civilians displaced by the violent protesting in Wau seek refuge in the UNMISS camp, December 19, 2012 (ST)

They also claim the army has positioned tanks in the area and have set up roadblocks limiting movement in and around Wau town, in an attempt to contain the security situation.

Protests took place in Wau on 17 December in reaction to the alleged killing of more than 26 innocent civilians in Parajallah, 48 miles outside Wau town. Authorities have made a number of arrests including of traditonal leaders.

Parajallah is inhabited by the Balanda ethnic group, a community whose youth groups and intellectuals have expressed dissatisfaction with state cabinet’s decision instructing ex-commissioner, John Peter Miskin, to relocate the headquarters of Wau county in October. Miskin rejected the administrative order and resigned from his position.

Miskin’s rejection and resignation generated subsequent protests, which saw youth groups create roadblocks on on the way out of Wau town. When the army attempted to remove the roadblocks on 8 December some protestors allegedly lost their lives.

More people were killed when further demonstrations against the incident were held in Wau town on 9 December. The state government has admitted that eight lives were lost in the protest.

The UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) initially put the death toll at ten, before revisingit to nine. Miskin claims 25 people were killed and 21 others sustained injuries.

Authorities are yet to release a statement about Wednesday’s incident.

An anonymous police officer at the scene told Sudan Tribune that they “found some people burned in their houses. We got six children, all of them very young. I think they are below seven years in Daraja. We found four dead in the house in Hai Muzabiin. They were lying dead. No signs of bullets, not even signs of burns. I think they may have been suffocated. We found two in Hai Bapara.”

Eyewitnesses accuse the police of opening fire on civilians in an attempt to contain the situation.


Al Jazeera English | Protestors shot at by South Sudan army | 13 December 2012


“Police killed four people in my presence in Daraja. Some of them were also involved in looting. This is why it took them time to control. I am sure the situation would have been quickly contained had police not engaged in looting,” an eyewitness told Sudan Tribune on Wednesday.

State security advisor, Rizik Dominic Samuel, said the state government is "actively supportive" of the South Sudan army’s (SPLA) move to provide protection to lives and properties of the state’s citizens. He said the government entirely approves of and commends all military activities aimed at controlling the situation.

With regards to the SPLA intervention Samuel said, "it’s going to be strong. It’s going to be a definitive and timely intervention. The army is authorised and I am happy they are out in control.”

Samuel said some people have lost their lives and property but that it was too early to give figures.

“You are interested in wanting to know how many people have been killed and the properties damaged. This is not our priority now. Yes some lives may have been lost but our priority now is how contain situation,” he said.

Speaking on the matter for the first time since his arrival in the state, head of the parliamentary investigation committee from the national legislative assembly in Juba, David Okwaro, said he was "shocked" by the security situation and urged the army to take charge.

Okwaro said the protests "must end" in order for his committee to proceed with its fact-finding investigation, which began on Tuesday after a meeting with the state governor to discuss a "comprehensive" solution, to contain the situation.

"We need to accept the reality that we’re not doing enough to protect our citizens," said Okwaro.

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  • 20 December 2012 07:38, by Jalaby

    Oh my Goodness! another 12 civilians killed in addition to the 25 people who got killed by SPLA just few days ago! so human has no value and very cheap in south Sudan or what?
    Please ask FBI to investigate and brings those criminals who killed innocent people in Wau to justice!

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    • 20 December 2012 07:44, by P.K.M

      South Sudan Government needs to critically scan the situation in Wau; Khartoum agents has to be there doing sabotage to give GOSS bad image. Khartoum still never gets over the idea that South Sudan is now an autonomous region. This is really too bad for them because this is the page they will never turned back to where it was; South Sudan is gone, just get over it!

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      • 20 December 2012 07:54, by Eastern

        PKM, you must be an SPLA/M sycophant! Why do you blame everything bad on Khartoum. Come to Wau and see for yourself what the SPLA/M managed security forces are doing to the unarmed South Sudanese. Stop burying your head in the sand. Truth is bitter, but it heals!

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        • 20 December 2012 08:32, by P.K.M

          Eastern, you must be living your own imaginary world in the bubble; where an army that liberate its people turn their gun to the very own people they liberate. If it’s your own tribal issue then you shouldn’t blame it to honorable SPLA; call it what it is, a tribal issue. If you can’t manage to govern yourselves peacefully; then it’s shouldn’t be anybody else problem; own it!

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          • 20 December 2012 09:16, by Eastern

            PKM, I have selected a few words from your feedback: Honourable, liberated among others. The honourabe does not come any closer to SPLA. Whom did you liberate when you again turn your guns to kill. Every person in South Sudan struggled for the new country. Having participated in physically in the movement should not give you undue edge over other South Sudanese who were not in the bush.

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            • 20 December 2012 13:58, by P.K.M

              Eastern, I didn’t know you’re one of those uninformed people who think; when one mentions the name SPLA; they believe it’s only Dinka. Be informed that SPLA stand for Sudan People Liberation Army at the time before it is called SSPLA. Never think of it as Dinka people Liberation Army. So, next time when you heard someone saying SPLA; he or she is not say Dinka Army!

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        • 20 December 2012 11:15, by Ahmed Chol

          So when there is no oil money to loot, the police kill and loot poor civilian chickens. That act is injurious to the government. By now Rizik Zacharia Hassan should be in jail for ordering the killing of unarmed civilian protesters this month.

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      • 20 December 2012 08:33, by Jalaby

        Mr. P.K.M,
        Well, according to your believe,Khartoum agents are sabotaging the situation in S Sudan:
        1.They were behind the assassination of Mr. Isaiah Abraham (don’t worry FBI will soon point their fingers to Arab/Jalaba)!
        2.The recent shooting in Wau
        3.Stealing $4bn and corruption
        4.cattle raiding & theft

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        • 20 December 2012 08:40, by Jalaby

          5.The drought and then the floods that washed away the crops
          6.All bad things
          You’re a good example for a southern elite who deeply believes in "Conspiracy Theorem" when it comes to Khartoum!
          Just tell me, what’s the hell other than oil that Sudan needs from the south "now and just now, Sudan will soon increase its oil production"?!

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          • 20 December 2012 08:46, by Jalaby

            Pointing your finger to Sudan and burying your head in the sand will never solve your problems but will make it bigger and bigger and out of control!
            Your problem with yourself guys,stop supporting and offering a safe haven to SPLA-N & Darfourian rebels before talking about Khartoum agents sabotaging your jungle country!
            Man,you’re so so mentally sick person!

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    • 20 December 2012 07:50, by omoni jr.

      Jalaby,
      how about 300,000 Darfurians,and uncountable lives lost from Blue Nile and Nubia mountains? So ,are they cheap for you? are they Not sudanese like you? Check yourself first before you talk about someone.

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      • 20 December 2012 08:05, by Eastern

        Omony, I always admire your comments. Let’s not deviate from the main issue here is our government is killing it own citizens - which is a very bad thing. The 300,000 or so Darfuris just as bad as the varying numbers of people killed in Wau. No two wrongs can add up to one right!

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      • 20 December 2012 08:48, by Jalaby

        Omoni jr,
        I thought you’re well open minded and clever person than those really close minded folk! don’t disappoint me!

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    • 20 December 2012 08:24, by Chol A.

      Ya Jalaby, don’t tell us your nonsense here, do you know human value in North Sudan under your uncle regiem? what of four students killed and attack that your uncle do in Nuba Mountain killing innocent are they not human? Hey your are comment are always strike against southern Sudanese poeple and you are not clean please give us a break. moop your asses and go to hell.

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  • 20 December 2012 07:40, by The Republic of South Sudan

    Illiterate SPLA/security forces like their president Kiir are killing people and looting properties of Wau communities instead of protecting them and people think call this a government.
    Governors of Warrap, Lakes and Northern Bahr el Ghazal have planned to mobilized SPLA soldiers to help Dinka youth to finish Western Bahr el Ghazal tribes in order to get the land and the state government.

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    • 20 December 2012 08:01, by dinkdong

      You said it man. These unprofessional SPLA idiot soldiers don’t know what they should be doing when they are made "national army." Instead of protecting the citizens, they are killing them. What kind of national army is that? These are probably president Kiir’s thugs. Fucking corrupted Gogrials. They think they will be in that power forever, but they are dead wrong.

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  • 20 December 2012 07:48, by Eastern

    Denial, denial and denial is the way of governing of the SPLA/M during the war time which have extended to the time where they are suposed to be accountable to the citizens and the international community. Who wants to deny that unarmed South Sudanese were not killed at Daraja and Hai Bafura. How about those killed at Hai Falata. I am in Wau and have pictures of corpses which I can gladly share...

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  • 20 December 2012 07:49, by Runrach

    It is unfortunate to learned that SPLA forces are directely engaging in civilian killing in western Bhar el ghazel state while government remained silent in response to their rescues. If wen de Kuethpiny is carefully enough then the very bullets being us ed to civilians and journalist will one day end up in hitting him or one of his immediate relative\family member.

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  • 20 December 2012 07:50, by The Republic of South Sudan

    We Dinka claimed to be warrior but we always fight with vulnerable (minority) groups. I respect Nuer because they always forgive and leave minority even if they commit mistakes. Nuer fight with somebody who has equal weight/force.
    Wau communities are minorities and vulnerable that the government should not only protect but respect their rights; if Dinka are warrior attack Yau yau- Murle or Nuer

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    • 20 December 2012 08:09, by Chol A.

      Well there could be politicle bias behind Wau protestors and if there is such bias within them,then they are outlaw and paid price of being killed.To those whose miss reads what is going on in Wau it not about Dinka and other tribes in Wau, it for those who want to express their concern. But to whom alergic to Dinka you can say so but you can die off with yourhitra e against them and win nothing.

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    • 20 December 2012 09:10, by Jalaby

      Mr. The Republic of South Sudan,
      You’re damn right! Yau Yau is a great leader no doubt!
      Don’t listen to them, let them bark, majority of them are thieves if not then their relatives and close one really are!

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    • 20 December 2012 14:01, by Rommel

      The Republic of South Sudan:
      This is clearly an issue of unfettered ignorance, indiscipline and institutionalized barbarism within the armed forces and the security apparatus, stemming from a lack of understanding by the *armed forces* itself with specific regard to its role and function and its woefully lax, negligent and inadequate recruitment process and induction and training programs...

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      • 20 December 2012 14:11, by Rommel

        ..so just why on earth did you feel the need to add a tribal dimension to this!? Are you of the opinion that the army and the Dinka are virtual synonyms!? The Dinka are no longer the majority in the armed forces — and this has been the case since 2006 and so you cannot just assume that these guilty murderers are Dinka!

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        • 20 December 2012 14:28, by Rommel

          You make some very interesting claims...untenable but interesting nevertheless. In your rush to condemn the Dinka as opportunistic cowards and the Nuer as the diametric opposites of this hateful characterization... you forgot one thing --- it’s not true! I think the Maban and Anyuak would disagree with you with regards to your praises for the Nuer. Does the name Akobo ring a bell!?

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          • 20 December 2012 14:42, by Rommel

            You see Akobo is a large expanse of land that rightfully belongs to the Anywaa [Anyuak] that has subsequently been occupied by the Mor Lou, who first acted upon their designs on the lands of the Anywaa in the 70s and concluded this process in a period of chaos when our people’s collective attention [South Sudanese] was directed elsewhere, with the resumption of the war in 1983.

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            • 20 December 2012 14:51, by Rommel

              Do you know what the most interesting thing is about the war that the Nuer have relentlessly and mercilessly waged on the Anywaa!? If you don’t know, then allow me to tell you. The most interesting feature about this certain tragedy is the stark contrast between the sizes of these two tribes. The Nuer are almost ten [10] times as numerous as the Anywaa — so doesn’t this contradict you!?

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              • 20 December 2012 15:06, by Rommel

                Are these two tribes of equal weight!? Well, are they!? I want you to be honest to others and most importantly to yourself. You can start by dropping the pretense that you’re indeed a Dinka. If you really were a Dinka, you would know that the Dinka have lost over a million people stubbornly fighting an infinitely better resourced and equipped enemy over a period of decades without respite.

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  • 20 December 2012 07:51, by wang

    SPLA has killed more civilians since we signed that so called comprehensive peace agreement (CPA) than they did from 1983-2005. To those who ordered army to murders and tortured civilians should face justices and expelled from their positions they are holding. We can’t tolerances that evil acts SPLA and polices are doing to innocence people

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    • 20 December 2012 19:43, by dad1

      government of SS don’t know the work of the army and that is why they always order SPLA even when there is a problem in bar or hotel, what is the work of police? SPLA commanding officers are going to face ICC soon. SPLA is going to let down the government, very soon civilians are going to get resist to SPLA

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  • 20 December 2012 07:51, by Eastern

    with those who love the truth. During the last incidence, Al Jazeera showed the footage of SPLA soldiers firing on unarmed South Sudanese but the authorities were quick to deny that the incident. Denial will not take this country forward. There is a lot of hate occassioned by the current nepotism, tribalism and greed! Let’s put our tribes behind us if South Sudan is to be a peaceful country!!

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  • 20 December 2012 07:53, by emilio-Wau

    this GOSS need to think very critically to cool down this situation. otherwise more lives are going to go in few days.

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  • 20 December 2012 08:00, by The Republic of South Sudan

    Dear All,
    The FBI is in Juba and I am telling you- the people who visits this forum that Kiir’s days are numbered... and trust me, this guy [Kiir] will end up like Maumar Gaddafi or Saddam Hussien. Just keep watching!
    His Excellency Yau yau, come and collect him please. If Dak Kueth can chased them (SPLA) like chicken, if George is alive? He would have captured Juba by now

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    • 20 December 2012 08:22, by wang

      The Republic of South Sudan
      Your name doesn’t correspond to your comments. If you love or proud of The Republic of South Sudan then you wouldn’t be dancing and singing about Athor George and Yau yau to lead this country.

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      • 20 December 2012 09:25, by The Republic of South Sudan

        Mr. small rat (Wang),the name reflect me very well my brother. I am not saying this country should be lead by George or Yau yau. I have mentioned very clear that if the SPLA is being chased as such by untrained spiritual leader- Dak Kueth, what if it is George? Yau Yau and Kiir are equally illiterate, soldier and thieve. Yau yau kill and steal cattle while Kiir leads, kills and steals money of RS

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    • 20 December 2012 08:23, by THEY PEOPLE’S POWER

      You are really a BESCUMBER why do you like to pretending? You called yayu his excellent, are you out of your mind or what, you pressed spiritual devil like dak kueth, are you insens? Please go and fuck your mother you dirty shit, we don’t like what Kiir is doing but non of your fathers is qualify to be a leader of this country foolish, son of bitch if you are that stupid than go and fuck yoursel

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    • 20 December 2012 08:30, by Chol A.

      Mr.Republic,Are you advertising your brothers who were no sign of humanaty on them? please try on and you failed eassily.

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      • 20 December 2012 09:17, by wacjak

        For those disheartened by how Kiir and SPLM is leading this nation, you are kindly excused to leave this country. You are asked to commit suicide. You can form a rebellion and anything you think will make you happy and never think of Kiir and SPLM/A. For your imagination like killing Kiir, taking over power soon, you are dreaming. I were you, I would be silent N allow things to go the way they r.

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      • 20 December 2012 09:21, by wacjak

        As long as Kiir and the SPLM brought this peace that you have the gut to complaint, you shall be fucked, killed, tortured, and anything grave that you can not imagine to be done to you. You are worthless, hopeless, toothless dogs. What have you contributed to the liberation of this country to brag about. let us leave the mighty SPLM to mess up and at the end put up things right. For now, fuck off

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        • 20 December 2012 09:45, by The Republic of South Sudan

          Dear Wacjak
          There you go man! I hope you do remember Gaddafi’s words where he called his people cockroach- at the end, he was fucked before he gets killed.
          I am just praying that the Greater Horn of Africa Spring (GAHS)like Arab spring shall not starts in our country but if you(SPLA/M) insist,it will happens within 2013. Wait for SPLM convention! Many Yau yaus are within the parliament- the SSL

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        • 20 December 2012 14:25, by nuer food lovers

          wacjak.do u mean if u liberate then u kill on ur own will?is it the kind of leadership in Warrap.Rumbek,gogrial and Awiel?why killing unarm civillian, world wide police is using tear gas,but forbidden is days.ur uncle kiir kuethpiny unequal to a boma sultan his days re numbered.FBI is now in Juba,after their find ,they order NATO to support His Excellency David Yau Yau the king of jungle of s.suda

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  • 20 December 2012 09:23, by Mr Equal

    Salva Kiir won 97%,97% 97% vote in south Sudan. That was an awesome win. Sorry,I did not vote last time.But I will vote for hime this time.So he will get 99% or 100% vote. What a wonderfull job.Just,because of tribe or name president. I think 97% people who voted for Kiir last time have learned the leason and also the meaning of election now.

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    • 20 December 2012 14:14, by nuer food lovers

      mr.unequal,people of south sudan voted for him 2010 not because he is competent,but he was given a tick of Referendum,now there is no referendum for south sudan,but there referendum people Upper Nile under his excellency major Gen. David Yau Yau &equatoria region under Isaac mamur Mete,the poor region of Barhelgazal ,will suffered in economic nothern sudan.foolish people i never see in my live.

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    • 20 December 2012 14:37, by nuer food lovers

      u didnot vote but 25+12 people voted for this follish uncivilise,uninterllectual uneducated president because of one reason that i mention before,that figure is not equal to ur vote.or do u mean that the child that was in 2010 will vote in 2015 election?.

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    • 20 December 2012 14:39, by nuer food lovers

      u didnot vote but 25+12 people voted for this follish uncivilise,uninterllectual uneducated president because of one reason that i mention before,that figure is not equal to ur vote.or do u mean that the child that was born in 2010 will vote in 2015 election?.

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    • 20 December 2012 20:24, by Nyakuzuny

      brother Equal; you know if our polish President will know the situation now in South Sudan will be better to Resign in his position but because he is Illitrate he don’t thin Globally , he will not Stepdown , I don’t know the polish president and his people in Gogerial they will going were . we will Killing this polish President Like Mahamed Gaddabi.

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  • 20 December 2012 09:34, by unvissionleaders@yahoo.com

    Dear Readers,
    This government of ours is lucking leadership in this new nation. What do you think my dear beloved countrymen and women?
    Hope many of you had upshot up this leadership in the country.
    Thanks and aspirated your will.
    Unvission Leaders

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  • 20 December 2012 10:13, by Lok T Simon

    People are risk their lives more than they thought. Government will still be doing what it wants to be interest of nation, no matter what protesters doing.

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    • 20 December 2012 11:24, by unvissionleaders@yahoo.com

      To: Lok T Simon,
      People like you are imbued and self-sponsored government who their own selves and never mind what others are.
      I don’t know what’s likely do you gain when you heard people dying all over South Sudan? Are you NCP who are supporting in security in South Sudan? Do you know that due to wrong implementation carried out to others will bring infamous or wrong image to the Government....

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      • 20 December 2012 18:24, by Lok T Simon

        U have got proper name because you just challenged somebody rather than digested the meaning of content. Precisely, what I meant by the word "people are risk their lives" is that what ever much post on internet about government would not only damage gov. Side but also include protesters. For instance, suppliers of business are not functioning now in wau, who suffering, gov. Or protesters?
        U told

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        • 20 December 2012 18:33, by Lok T Simon

          You told me that I might be from NCP, for sure you are very first person I suggesred to be the one. If not you might one those whp escaped challenge of 21 civil war to Chad, Central Africa or DRC, I mark you according to commands and remark pont that you shoot out without digestion.

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    • 20 December 2012 11:25, by unvissionleaders@yahoo.com

      ………….you are supporting now?
      Please, please try to amend your government mind which only serves his own family. This Government I hope one day will end up in bad image, why because more nepotism, Tribalism, and etc. I hope more and more you know, but people like you are always fond of denying all cases observes by all innocent people of South Sudan and as well as NGOs worldwide through all ......

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    • 20 December 2012 11:26, by unvissionleaders@yahoo.com

      channels………
      This government is ending soon due to his evils acts. Let see this and we the innocent are after God, the innocent do believes that nothing impossible to God. He (God) knows when this will end.
      Big disgrace on you (the Government).
      Unvission Leaders

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  • 20 December 2012 12:43, by jienge

    We voted 97% because we loved him and gave him benefit of doubt that having been second in command to Dr Garang. He must be wise and smart. During bush time you would hear stories from soldiers that he is good man who thinks of the people. Of course that were his tribesmen promoting him. Once he ascended into the power the good flew through the window & those promoting are threaten us now!

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  • 20 December 2012 12:44, by jienge

    We voted 97% because we loved him and gave him benefit of doubt that having been second in command to Dr Garang. He must be wise and smart. During bush time you would hear stories from soldiers that he is good man who thinks of the people. Of course that were his tribesmen promoting him. Once he ascended into the power the good flew through the window & those promoting are threaten us now!

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  • 20 December 2012 12:54, by jienge

    By the way, wacky&unequal did guys stop fighting, operation looting(OL) if so make sure you take a good rest and resume cattle rustling after one week.

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    • 20 December 2012 13:48, by wacjak

      Jengei our illegal son,
      Why? Fuck yourself or commit suicide. Cattle rustling among the cattle keepers is an act of bravery. You can know the strength of a person by the number of animals looted and number of people killed. It is a tit for tat!

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  • 20 December 2012 14:37, by jienge

    Hahahahaha
    So how many have got there savage?!

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  • 20 December 2012 14:44, by jienge

    Hahahaahaha
    And how many have you killed?!
    By the way, I am going to get some fresh produce from my farm so I can prepare something to eat. Waiting to hear from you subhuman!

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  • 20 December 2012 15:03, by master

    police men in uniform looting civilians peoperty !!
    The effect of oil appeared now
    never ever open this pipeline
    lol
    When Kiir shut up pipeline he said now we achived economic independence
    i congratulate MR/wise president for your bold decision

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    • 20 December 2012 16:28, by viper

      Arab-want-to-be, aka mistress what are you saying here? You still want to be married by kiir as you use to say that you "Love him so much"? You are just a confused gay who has no gut to talk in our affairst. Go to hell with your gay mentality

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      • 20 December 2012 17:27, by master

        vipar
        go hide
        now you lost any thing & after you meet your doom you will lose too
        your country in fire & you are joking
        go to hell all SPLM
        hahaaaa
        pathatic

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  • 20 December 2012 15:49, by Mapuor

    The situation in Wau is truly shocking with one community killing themselves.In greater Bhar El Gazal you hardly talk of ethnic purity,almost all Dinkas trace their ancestry to Bantu communities and Jurchol,the same thing goes to Bantu community,most of their ancestors are Dinkas.Lamentation

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    • 20 December 2012 20:03, by Nyakuzuny

      O.my God ,what was happened again In Wau ? the 12 civilian was death , am very happy now because United State of America FBI Official they with us now , they will know that South Sudan have No Rules of Law and have No Pesident who Leading the New Nation in South Sudan.

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  • 20 December 2012 22:33, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    The potential Citizenship of South Sudan are seeking rights of landowners,that they should feel protected from any threat at home.Because SPLA millitary intervention is mostly seconded at the stages of lossing 39 people.Southern Sudan civil authorities should involve political negetiation more than averting their powers from them. We are ecouraging peacefull resolution in our province.

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  • 3 April 2013 11:41, by stefan

    Illiterate SPLA/security forces like their president Kiir are killing people and looting properties of Wau communities instead of protecting them and people think call this a government. Governors of Warrap, Lakes e-aromaty and Northern Bahr el Ghazal have planned to mobilized SPLA soldiers to help Dinka.

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