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January 14, 2013 (JUBA) – A delegation of US Senators have urged President Salva Kiir Mayardit of South Sudan to alternatively begin to truck his country’s oil to the international market through Ethiopia instead of waiting for Khartoum to honour its agreements on oil transport.

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Trucks transporting oil, petrol and gas wait to reload outside a depot in the outskirts of Nairobi September 30, 2008. (Reuters)

In May last year South Sudanese oil minister Stephen Dhieu Dau told the Wall Street Journal that his country plans to use trucks to export at least 10 % of its oil production, 35,000 barrels a day, through Djibouti after crossing Ethiopia, as well the Kenyan maritime port of Mombasa.

The Senators who visited Juba this week include Senator Steve Pearce of New Mexico carrying the message which urged Kiir to immediately transport its oil by trucks, saying Khartoum’s act of stopping the flow of oil "doesn’t make sense."

The Senators, who later gave statements to the state-owned South Sudan Television (SSTV) on Sunday, said their government would support the new alternative initiative to truck the oil to the international market in order to generate a significant amount of revenue for the country’s economy.

Senator Steve Pearce questioned the logic why South Sudan with such huge resources should suffer economically.

Before exporting oil to Ethiopia from Upper Nile State, South Sudan needs to construct a tarmacked road to connect Upper Nile and Ethiopia which will be able to withstand the frequent heavy traffic of big oil trucks.

The road to connect Upper Nile state and Gambella region of Ethiopia was one of the government’s infrastructure priorities roads, as well as the Juba-Nimule road, which connects South Sudan and Uganda. Both were chosen because of their economic importance.

The construction of the road has not taken off, however, because of financial constraints which the government is trying to address.

The Ethiopian government had already constructed a paved road connecting its western part of Gambella region and the capital, Addis Ababa, but are awaiting South Sudan to complete its part in order to utilize their road.

South Sudan signed an agreement in February 2012 with Kenya and Ethiopia and to construct the Lamu Port Ethiopia-South Sudan Transport Corridor (LAPPSSET) infrastructure project, which is expected to cost 25 billion US dollars.

The project aims to create a regional rail, road and port facilities across the three countries.

In January 2012, landlocked South Sudan ordered an oil export shutdown after failing to reach an agreement with Sudan over the terms of using the oil exportation facilities in the north. At the time Juba accused Khartoum of “stealing” an estimated $350 million worth of its oil.

However, in September 2012 the two countries reached a deal allowing the resumption of oil exportation but Sudan says the pumping of South Sudanese production can only start when the Juba government disengages with Sudanese rebels.

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  • 15 January 2013 06:40, by Eastern

    This is a very good heads up. South Sudan is sitting on resources and yet the populace is starving. The government needs good thinkers who are proactive. Let the goevrnment be less consumptive than it is now; let the government invest instead. Do away with wasteful expenses now!!

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    • 15 January 2013 06:53, by omoni jr.

      As an ordinary citizen who survive and depend on my own business,oil is not big deal to me. Since 75 thives sill controlling everything there is no need to campaign for oil flow, that is waste of time and energy.

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  • 15 January 2013 06:44, by Jalaby

    HAHAHAHAH .. That’s funny!
    I think US Senators sitting in US and know nothing about South Sudan, I wouldn’t be surprised if they say "Why south didn’t build another pipeline through Kenya" as simple as that!
    The south lacks for paved roads, there is no established infrastructure at all, no security at all, having the fact that Yau Yau group are now operating very

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    • 15 January 2013 06:50, by Snipper

      Jallaby, we will one time capture Khartoum! We have something still. You have killed our people, looted our resources to build ur desert and now laughing! Wait man!!

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      • 15 January 2013 19:12, by Northern Sudanese

        Snipper
        we haven’t looted any resources, as you can see without your resources we are still developing and we recently built new dam, roads , rails , buildings ,factories!
        now that you got your oil you built nothing, tell me what you built lol anyway your oil left us a $4 billion gap, today only $1.5 and soon we don’t need you anymore lol fuck yourself with your oil, drink it you don’t have food

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    • 15 January 2013 06:53, by Robot

      somebody is now feeling the heat,,,,, this is what is supposed to be done, listen to other circles don’t dwell entirely on your nearest cliques.. i hope this was and will ever be the best solution to deal with the North.

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    • 15 January 2013 06:58, by Jalaby

      close to Ethiopian border which poses a direct threat to any kind of business on that area!
      US Senator Steve Pearce had an oil company in New Mexico before, instead of talking nonsense why can’t he come and build the pipeline to Kenya? It’s obvious, why he will never come!
      South oil minister Mr. Stephen Dau is known to be a big liar and thief too,he was among the 75

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      • 15 January 2013 07:04, by Jalaby

        thieves that Salva Kiir sent them letters to return the $4bn they stole!
        I think this pipeline problem is very simple,just ask the thieves to return the $4bn they stole and that money will build two pipelines instead of only one:One through Kenya,and one through Ethiopia & Djibouti,it’s simple right?!
        Thieves will return the money because they’re so patriotic! LOL

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        • 15 January 2013 08:03, by Nuer Dominated Liberation of South Sudan

          Jalaby,Stephen Thiew will be the less guy in this world to lies, you, yourself the big lying. Our oil will fellow through wherever we want ,and it’s not your concern as well...This is our affairs,and not yours in the north...just concentrate on SPLM,and Concentrated on how you fake arab should integrate in reall arab world..so shut the f up...before we killed all arab in sudan.

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        • 15 January 2013 08:25, by Nuer Empire

          GaY Jallaby
          Salva Kiir has also sent letters to Bashir and his cabinets for our they have looted

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        • 15 January 2013 09:12, by jwok

          We done with Sudan regime , this is what we were waiting for ,we don’t want our oil reach international markets through Sudan, honestly we don’t trust them
          our government must support other alternatives
          I know Sudan will try to create insecurity between R.S Sudan and Ethiopia our government should put this in consideration

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        • 15 January 2013 19:54, by Al-mezan

          Jalaby, you are crying deep in your stomach, this infact has been our call to our government because sharing food with deadliest enemies like you is painful. You Yau Yau is being dealt with properly, wait for the "New Dawn"

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    • 15 January 2013 06:58, by Mapuor

      Jalaby
      Thank you very much for explicitly mentioning the reasons for our separation from parasitic Arab North and your comments also support the cause for which Dar furians ,Nuba and Blue peoples are fighting for(MARGINALIZATION).

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    • 15 January 2013 07:03, by Chol

      Jalaby, that laughing of yours would be translated as mourning because your dream of having South Sudan oil through Sudan to loot again is dead. Your job to do now is to keep begging Middle Eastern countries for spare change. No more hope for South Sudan oil for you.

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    • 15 January 2013 07:33, by Nuer Empire

      Ahahahaha! I even laugh more than a gay man(fake arab) laugh at my country. 80millions Euro donated by EU should be given to starved Fake arabs who have been looting our oil for so many years.Lol they lost oils,Panthou,Abyei and Blue Nile & SK and Darfur to South Sudan and their African brothers respectively.

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      • 15 January 2013 08:01, by Nuer Empire

        Riek Machar is a golden man to all South Sudanese let alone being hated by your thugs! He is a tireless man born with talented and peaceful mind.Look at how silence he has been thinking strategically your life.He is not money maker unlike wic kum(cowboy),he is Academician unlike Majak Agoot.He is not tribalist.He is not money like Garang using wrong statement that he was fighting for marginalized!

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        • 15 January 2013 14:27, by Jacob

          My friend you are out of the topic and I can not blame you because you are full of tribalism ideas and thinking.We were talking about alternative transport of oil not Riek Machar.We all love leaders as they are.Challenges our new nation are known to all of us,therefore, let think carefully the ways to come out from all these problems in our country but not think of Nuer or Dinka.all tribes are goo

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      • 15 January 2013 08:59, by Mangor de Keroor

        Good advice from the US Senators for how long should we wait for the government of Sudan to implement the agreement and even if it implement the agreement still there are those chances of confiscating oil without acknowledgment from the government of south Sudan, however south Sudan should speed up the construction of roads such that the transportation by trucks be the business in this year.

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    • 15 January 2013 09:54, by EES Kingmaker

      Jalaby,
      We know your dirty plans. You can’t paralyze South Sudan Government the way Sudan conducts itself. Your criminal President has shouted in vain. This is the best alrtentaive means suggested by our reliable ally. We will push the plan of constructing that road. Yau Yau forces, your militias will be routed out soon. Your envy for South Sudan will remain within your narrow political confines.

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  • 15 January 2013 06:57, by nuer food lovers

    US senator tell Salva kiir kuethpiny mayardit to fine alternative route to make country resource to international market.US is so undaunted to kedgeree which is also plausible to s.sudan to quell the pandemonium northern sudan which is failing to quell tremendously to her rebel.this tainted,treacherous,vile,obscence and impoverish country northern sudan which is so much debanchery to wosrting,,,,,

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    • 15 January 2013 07:13, by nuer food lovers

      economic of south sudan.jallaba may mock at us becozs of weak badger leaders like kiir and his impetus,bacon,facetous,fallible vice president Riek the chief of Nyagateen of s.sudan.a well known bulimia with fang teeth like our bro in Abyei ,that make s.sudan be seen boistererous in the before the international community.with bagus and fallacy claimed be southerners before 1905 which is impudent.

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      • 15 January 2013 07:31, by Robot

        Nuer whatever,
        any sound minded South Sudanese would understand this name was created just to create some rift and engage people on unnecessary arguments, have anyone realize how different are the phrases everyday??, sometimes its sound like a primary school student writing, sometime a well constructed English though!!!, people bought will be blown away just like chaps.

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        • 15 January 2013 07:51, by nuer food lovers

          mr.Robot,primary education is ever the foundation of any learning after a child passed a stage of free school or else nursery school or babies class.ur phantom arguement with by pseudonym is so hilarious and hilarity,ur onslaught is on the ebb and trifle to me.ur zeal to my vicinity people of Abyei is clear.i may heretic to u on the matter,don,t plagiarizes the nuer &Abyei boys who re daggering ss

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      • 15 January 2013 07:46, by Nuer Empire

        Bor Food fighters in Kakuma
        Get away with your noxious,fungy,rusted,bloasted Ngundeng ’s cursed teeth here.The fosil evidence indicate that Bor ’s teeth can never change to any other productive minerals after death due to curse exposed to them by their doom ancestors for stealing Ngundeng nuts.The fossil evidence also unconverted bones to prospective minerals!

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        • 15 January 2013 08:09, by nuer food lovers

          Nuer Bulimia empire,all ur description u put re for u and Dinka Dominated SPLM/A,George Bol,Anti-triaters and dinkaworrior.am not from Bor but from the really realm of Dinka from the reign of Ayuel dit.bro forum mate tomorrow my pseudonym iwill obsolet it.problem is those of Robot and George with the dylesxia will not understand.thier arguement dearth truth.

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        • 15 January 2013 08:11, by nuer food lovers

          Nuer Bulimia empire,all ur description u put re for u and Dinka Dominated SPLM/A,George Bol,Anti-triaters and dinkaworrior.am not from Bor but from the really realm of Dinka from the reign of Ayuel dit.bro forum mate tomorrow my pseudonym iwill obsolet it.problem is those of Robot and George with the dylesxia will not understand.thier arguement dearth truth.

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          • 15 January 2013 10:19, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

            You are the foolish individual here, your names is Nuer food lover and my names is dinka dominated SPLA/M which one is more foolish and direct insult to Nuer here? Second you three week ago apologies to Nuer and promised to change your name to something else, why didn’t you do it or where U foolishly drunk? Please you uncivilised idiot need to learn before you become a Dinka, fuck off

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            • 15 January 2013 11:04, by nuer food lovers

              yes mr.Dinka dominated SPLM/A i did apologies and confise to change my name.indeed i did it by tomorrow u will see my new name in this forum rather Nuer food lovers.but ur impel is bogus as wel as impetuous.becozs my name is uneffective today.it may prove my imprudence.but those bondage nuer in this forum re bug and hog to understand nuer dominated looting of sudan.

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              • 15 January 2013 11:57, by Big Boy

                Nuer Food Lover
                I think you have nothing to write In this country where your husband Riak other’s which i didn’t mentioned them were liberated bfore to the ncp becasue of food lover as u mentioned urselve nuer food lover, their nyagadit faith, yet some are intolerant about dinka’s. The historical consequences of such discrimination are recorded for all to read

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            • 15 January 2013 11:30, by nuer food lovers

              mr.dinka dominated spla/m ur rum adicted rumpus with the doleful hoarse to nuer philanthropy.am ever ruddy boy.with unadultered blood boy.i will be the lag person in the alcoholic Empire of SPM clique in Juba like u.second to that,to be A dinka doesn,t need qualify educational.fuck of mr.imbecile munch obsess with nuerphobia.plse withdraw onslaught on me.

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        • 15 January 2013 08:36, by Chol

          Nuer Empire, when someone insulted Nuer, your assumption is automatically he is from BOR! Someone who came up with those names knows your brains and knew exactly how you would react and now he achieved his intended target. Be an open minded person and read between the lines. Those whose intentions are to divide us will never win, they will just look and sound ridiculous with their intentions.

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          • 15 January 2013 08:48, by Chol

            One more point Mr. Nuer Empire, why do you think those people never come with those ridiculous names against Dinka BOR? Because they know Dinka BOR people are very hard targets to be manipulated to lash out against other communities in South Sudan. This is one of the reasons why they go for soft targets.

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          • 15 January 2013 08:58, by nuer food lovers

            mr.chol neither zapping nor treacherousing or treason our unity but tremendously trying to put those zombieing Nuer with trawling support of Riek De Michar who is muky.with out their mulish we would have vanquish sudan long ago.not my pseudonym will zapped our unity if we were united by then.to side with munch nuer is obnoxious and disasterous.

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      • 15 January 2013 07:58, by bianaathling

        Hey Naath are not food lovers.
        I know there is no another tribe else which can abuse Nuer apart from you Dinka.Although you are advertising yourselves that you are the only good tribe.I think all tribes in SS are good but your longterm memory to remember Nuer is corrupted.If you donot know its an offence if you malice some one’s name like you are spoiling Nuer name without full evidence.

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    • 15 January 2013 11:32, by Nuer Dominated Liberation of South Sudan

      Hahah.Dinka Bor, do you guy thinks are smarter than Dinka Bar el gazal by using all dinka name in order to fight greater Nuer??? If you thinks that ways, South Sudna will be bloody nation on earth...and you know that. Riek will,and must be the President in 2015. you it or not ... it will happen. Mr. Slave, you hear me now?????
      unless, you want to take a shower in the bloody bathtube of Dinka kill

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      • 16 January 2013 03:44, by Paulino Miabek de Minyiel.

        To: nuer dominant.
        Move to Bor fucker!

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  • 15 January 2013 07:04, by Mapuor

    For any nation to exist,it must have alternative means for its economic survival.In our context,we need to look at viable alternatives.We have huge number of people who are redundant and yet get money(Sinecures),cut back on that Mr Kiir and invest in useful things like roads,hospitals,schools,etc

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  • 15 January 2013 07:14, by william

    Indeed I was been against resumption of pumping south sudan oil via khartuom pipeline due to mistrust between two nations. Khartuom had been fighting us politically, economically and socially hence how south expects someone who is fighting with it at all cost to allows it business???? Better stop other projects and finish the needed road as alternative.

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  • 15 January 2013 07:24, by william

    Khartoum will be accepting tonight the resumption of oil production when they read this message I know. Please south sudan leadership nothing in common should share with terrorist ultimately regardless of secondment from outsiders who have interest behind their pressure upon us to resume oil flow via sudan.

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  • 15 January 2013 07:36, by Junubda

    it will be great if Salva Kiir take that advice and do what they tell him but I don’t think so,They will just keep wasting the time waiting for Khartoum to welcome them using their pipeline what will never happen

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  • 15 January 2013 08:10, by Pif Paf

    Hahaha .. Someone needs to tell the US Senator to stop playing sick jokes, Its not even funny. Transport Oil by Trucks? What Trucks? On What Roads? With What Security?
    I have a better idea. Put the oil in buckets, stand in one line from the oil field to the port in Djibouti like ants and past it on !!

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    • 15 January 2013 08:47, by master

      my brother pifpaf
      your idea very good
      hahaaa

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    • 15 January 2013 10:20, by EES Kingmaker

      Expired Pif Paf,
      A foolish suggestion or advice coming from a feeble-minded fellow like you! Did you ever follow in history that an idiot dog, arabized pimp of Middle East did advise South Sudan? Take your suggestion to your desert hordes as it has no place amongst South Sudanese at all. What an imbecile fooling himself with a worthless thought in broad daylight!

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    • 15 January 2013 12:44, by william

      You idiot south sudanese had been suriving wthout oil since the independency of the sudan in 1956 still we managed to expelled you out from new nation. Likewise, we can exist without using terrerorist pipeline at all. You are crying because the oil you had stolen last year had finished is it?

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  • 15 January 2013 08:11, by wang

    The govtz of South Sudan has thousands of alternatives roots that can use to transport their oil into the international markets, but they are confusing about which alternatives root they would take into action and use it. I would probably agree with the USA Senators to use Ethiopia as alternative roots, because they are least threats to South. Most of them are honest and not thieves well compare t

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  • 15 January 2013 08:12, by wang

    I would probably agree with the USA Senators to use Ethiopia as alternative roots, because they are least threats to South. Most of them are honest and not thieves well compare to those international thieves in Uganda and Kenya

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  • 15 January 2013 08:21, by Sudan virus

    Decision welcomed!Wthether the oil start flowing through the north or not must be embarked on.

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  • 15 January 2013 08:38, by 4Justice

    Gott sei Dank, finally the Americans have now realised what the demonic Islamists are up to. Inspired by Satan, they are trying to use the pipeline and their demonic port Sudan as a means to strangle South Sudan to death. These lovers of death are the most wicked race on the face of the earth! The other problem we are facing is the lack of a strong and agile leadership capable of building on their past experiences and applying the lessons they’ve learned to mitigate a given crisis.

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  • 15 January 2013 08:39, by Makunon

    South Sudan have got 100 chances of improving its economy better than Sudan, that is one and many others reserve. Thanks to Senator for carrying this goods ideas to help people of South Sudan. God bless you all.

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  • 15 January 2013 08:42, by master

    i swear there no pipeline to anywhere except the fake one in your poor mind
    no oil will flow through sudan

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    • 15 January 2013 08:54, by wang

      Mrs. Mattress?
      Mind your own business; you are the ones who desperately need financial help from us not Southerners. Having pipeline 2morrow or in two years times is not your concern

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      • 15 January 2013 19:15, by Northern Sudanese

        wang
        asking you for financial help? lol stop day dreaming, you barely even feed halve your people hahahaha
        if you mean those $3 billion, don’t listen to ST those $3 billions are for you to export your oil , in other words for the contract! because if you don’t export it, your economy will remain 98% fucked

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  • 15 January 2013 08:46, by barbayo

    who is driving a country Kiir or US?

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    • 15 January 2013 10:27, by EES Kingmaker

      Master,
      In a similar way, who has been driving Sudan since 1989, Taliban/AlQaeda thugs or fugitve Bashir?

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    • 15 January 2013 10:30, by EES Kingmaker

      Barbayo,
      In a similar way, who has been driving Sudan since 1989, Taliban/AlQaeda thugs or fugitve Bashir?

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  • 15 January 2013 08:57, by master

    go ahead southerns
    all revenue of your dream pipeline will utilise by operating company to heat the pipeline because your crude very heavy and need to pump to upper level of land
    my congratulate to that lucky company

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    • 15 January 2013 14:05, by James Maker Akok

      Master/Fake Name,
      We studied North Sudan Government mind already. North Sudan Government to want to use our resources against us, that thing will never happen, is better for us to connect with others countries but North Sudan.
      About the Map, UNSC with International Arbitration Court are going to solve it as South Sudan is on the ways to take it to them.

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      • 15 January 2013 14:21, by James Maker Akok

        Master as Fake Name,
        I see President Bashir is complaining to African Union not to take the problems to UNSC to be solve but that complaining will never follow his way, we must to go to UNSC and International Arbitration Court.
        Enough is enough no more wasting times.

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  • 15 January 2013 09:32, by jwok

    We done with Sudan regime

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  • 15 January 2013 09:52, by Moral Agent

    that is ridicules "A delegation of US Senators have urged president to alternatively to begin to truck his country oil"
    is that a solutions the situation seem to be everyone want to laugh at southerns because government have no strategies"the question is why did you shut down the production in first place without any plans,and what did south Sudan gain,did govt predict the consequence and so on,,,

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  • 15 January 2013 09:53, by James Maker Akok

    Lol, yes yes yes, United States of America heard our letters and comments we been posting to them.
    North Sudan port is a killing of South Sudan, that is what North Sudan Government doing.

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  • 15 January 2013 13:48, by Makuer Marou Manok

    That is the simplest way of making Bashir has feel shame, because he will see our economic growing very fast.

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  • 15 January 2013 16:34, by Mi diit

    What a big catch today!
    Me and my experienced American friends in computer techniques have found that the so-called Dinka Dominated SPLA/M is the same northerner who calls himself Jalaby. I believe he is employed by the NISS in Khartoum to divide our people using that divisive name and reckless language. Ignore him from TODAY!!!

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    • 15 January 2013 19:29, by Dinkawarrior

      Yep! I can’t wait to see U.S.A coming up with big advice! The Dinka Cowboy got his empty hate from U.S. and he have to have a brain also to solve OIL problems within those two years. I am really tired and sick of hearing those kinds of News about oil going back to North Sudan. If this happened, then we will lost $12 billion. Please Kiir take this advice seriously and save our people lives!

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    • 15 January 2013 20:23, by Nuer Empire

      Mi Diit
      Thank you for revealing to us this satan!
      The Empire

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  • 15 January 2013 18:49, by BM Bol

    Knock on the wood mr clueless!!

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  • 15 January 2013 19:17, by Northern Sudanese

    South Sudan hasn’t even got roads, by the time it reaches Kenya the truck will be destroyed lol

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  • 15 January 2013 20:09, by Al-mezan

    Our position has been weakened by our government’s insistance on oil, oil, oil agreement, which makes Khartoum genocidaires more resistant to any progress. Now, what we have been telling our government is echoed by US, we don’t know if our leaders will not take this highly-welcomed advice.

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  • 15 January 2013 21:12, by Grind Me

    Great!!!! Before the Senators, I aspect my Gov’t to think of alternative routes and leave alone Bashir’s pipelines. All the ways go to international markets.

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  • 15 January 2013 22:31, by Kim Deng

    The first project should have been the refinery within Liech/Unity or Upper Nile State that could produce more oil for domestice consumtion and to generate more revenues ($$) from Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia... if not because this Jungle has been run by coward an idiot president at the same time.
    Shame on him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 16 January 2013 01:00, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    We had waved Arabs with all his goods and assets!!.
    No more oil discussion and compromises,because we had made three compromised.But no more! We are supporting South Blue Nile and South Kordufan and Abyei for their Referandum in coming years, especially october23,2013.It will happen don’t give arab one barrell for price!.

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  • 16 January 2013 04:10, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    I Alway do not like when they say there is no money to build the country infrastructures. How could be no money when there is a Government of the country? They have power print money & produce the products to give the money value in markets. They can use fiscal policy, Monetary Policy to strengthening their values. Inflation, interest target that help money values in the country.

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