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January 21, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudanese president Salva Kiir unexpectedly removed Lakes State governor Chol Tong Mayay of his post, putting his deputy Mabor Achol Kuer in charge until further arrangements are made, according to a decree broadcast on state-owned South Sudan Television (SSTV) on Monday.

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Lakes state governor, Chol Mayay (ST)

The decree did not cite any reason which necessitated the removal of the elected governor and no official statement from either the office of the president or office of the minister of information, who doubles as official government spokesperson, were able to offer comment.

The president also issued other decrees removing more than 10 top military officers from active military service and onto a reserve list until further notice.

Senior government officials in Lakes and Juba linked Mayay’s surprise dismissal to recent sectional clashes in which a number of people lost their lives. Lakes state has been a flashpoint for cattle raids, robberies and inter-clan disputes.

Mayay was controversially elected to the office in 2010 after winning official endorsement for his candidature by the country’s governing Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM).

Critics of the state governor and their supporters in Juba and Rumbek have welcomed the decision, with some describing it as one of the most “wise and decisive” actions ever taken by Kiir.

“People in Rumbek are celebrating this decision. It is one of the [most] wise and decisive actions our president has ever taken”, a local lawmaker and critic of the former governor, who did not wish to be named, said on Monday.

“We were going to impeach him if the president did not act, but thanks God that he has listened to voices of reason. We have actually been recalled from recess because of this”, the MP told Sudan Tribune from Rumbek, the capital of Lakes state, by phone.

He accused the former governor of failing to contain sectional violence which erupted in Rumbek central county on 18 January, killing 25 people and injuring more than 30.

Rumbek central was among three counties in Lakes state affected by violent clashes between the Amothnhom and Panyon sections of the Dinka ethnic group.

Mayay responded to the violence by ordering the South Sudanese army (SPLA) and South Sudan Police Services (SSPS) to launch operations of forceful disarmament in the Rumbek central, Cueibet and Rumbek east counties and arrest those responsible on both sides of the conflict. It remains unclear when the disarmament process will begin.

Authorities say the tribal clashes were sparked by disagreements over grazing areas between rival cattle herding groups.

Both the Amothnhom and Panyon graze their cattle on a vast fertile territory - known as the toch - sharing the Marial-Bek cattle camp, which is located in Rumbek east county 15 km north-east of Rumbek central county.

The attack on 18 January is thought to be in retaliation for earlier clashes in the days before in an area between Marial-Bek and Ghun cattle camps in which 10 died and 13 were injured. A total of 35 people were killed and a further 43 wounded in the clashes.

During his election campaign, Mayay had presented an ambitious plan, promising to bring quick reforms to improve health care facilities and create employment opportunities for jobless youth.

He found overwhelming support at the ballot, winning 228,080 votes, representing 86.54% of validly counted votes.

(ST)

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  • 22 January 2013 05:20, by john k

    That is Ok to remove the state governor of Lakes, the death of many people is enough for hime to be sack

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    • 22 January 2013 05:55, by bakuluk

      why Lake State? that ridicules,and there were many civilian got killed in past particuler Jongler.why they didn’t sack Kuol"

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      • 22 January 2013 06:45, by Hardball

        I don’t think president sacked governors; the people who elect governors are the only people who fire their leaders. Unless I am living out of planet earth!

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        • 22 January 2013 07:29, by okucu pa lotinokwan

          It is a good sign now,but let it not be the Lake governor only go ahead Mr president we still have some governors,who are failing in giving services to its community than causing trouble only.
          OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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        • 22 January 2013 09:23, by Randit

          It is very good news that tribalist governor is sack from his post. He is responsible for the life wasted in Rumbek.
          Randit

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        • 22 January 2013 18:39, by aguotwany@live.com

          Hardball, do not worry that time will come, the most important our president is removing most of generals is good. Our strongest Army must protect the immediate imminent threat against our people . People should not suffer after this time. Freedom is theirs and whoever do not treat our citizen with respect must go. FBI intervening in the Republic of South, Sudan is good for now. Some asses kick.

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      • 22 January 2013 09:59, by dinkdong

        Kiir is an idiot. He should not be firing those who were elected into the office by the public. But, if that’s what the constitution of S. Sudan say, then he should not leave Kuol Manyang.

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      • 22 January 2013 12:47, by mudfish

        ya Bakulul
        that is ridicules,there was several disput but there is no action like that.

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    • 22 January 2013 06:10, by omoni jr.

      Mr. president,
      if you removed lake state’s governor because of clashes that happened between Dinka clans, then you sick, there is killing every ten states of south sudan.you have to tell the public the reason why you fired magaya chol tong.

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      • 22 January 2013 07:04, by Runrach

        Of course, I do agree with you guys in some points. There are tribal and clannish killings and fighting’s every where in RSS, especially in Jonglei State between Nuer, Murlei and their cousin Dinka. Why didn’t Kiir removed Governor Kuol? It is not coz he nominated him in 2005? So pathetic and biases.Am a Dinka but let us not covering thing up.

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        • 22 January 2013 07:43, by Chol

          Whatever happened to the democratic way that people elect their governor and if he doesn’t served people well; the same people who elect their governor fires him or her if his or her term is over?

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    • 22 January 2013 07:06, by Shadrack Chol Buoi

      Many thanks to president Kiir for the decision you have taken againse notorious governor Chol Tong Mayay who damaged the images of the goverment of South Sudan particularly Rumbek, Lakes State. Dishonorable man, got sick after Proclamation was made. His Life conditions is unknown.
      Rumbek, Lakes State
      I can be reached by shadrack1981@yahoo.com

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    • 22 January 2013 07:10, by Malou Manyiel

      Chol Tong removal is politically motivated. Nobody will ever be good governor to our people in Rumbek. Whoever is coming to be the next governor will follow the same criticism and the same pass even if he is doing right things like Chol Tong. Those who rejoys his removal will soon regret in the nearest future. His removal is not of his own but will affects entire Agaar community politically.

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      • 22 January 2013 08:35, by Morthon Akol

        you are right brother to remove the Governor is not a solution anyone who will come he will follow the same step of Chol Tong

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      • 22 January 2013 09:39, by Gives-poor ’ier dues

        Arahhh!!!!! Malou.
        You better come home now so that we can cultivate, our mayay who is paying school fees is down, too much of some thing is bad! enough.

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      • 22 January 2013 13:22, by wen yar

        lord have mercy on Malou manyiel he is talking none sense Tong has gone with his good work to hell

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    • 22 January 2013 07:26, by Nyachebe

      Silly SPLA/Dinka Dominated,
      We are watching you very carefully since your comment against late Isaiah Abraham before you and your likes killed him. You are behind his killing and that was why you have never comment after his demise. Don’t think that we don’t know you working at the president office, but next time is not another writer to lost life but you the ugliest hyena! Yes your mother is from

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      • 22 January 2013 07:27, by Nyachebe

        Yes your mother is from Dinka-Bor and your father from Warrap but why betraying your uncles [Bor-Dinka] who nursed you since orphanage when your father passed away in your earlier age? Silly CrEaTuRe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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        • 22 January 2013 09:45, by Big Boy

          Dear Nyabe & Malou
          We are always Seen Lakes State, Rumbek as dangerous picture emerges, potentially leading discrimination all in ten states through unsociallization crime, and educated people’s there they are similar to uneducate people’s. there’s no different at all, but the risk is to overstate the threat and focus on the whole rather than the individual parts. Why do you fight to urselves?

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      • 22 January 2013 22:36, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

        @Malou and Chol.I vehementally disagree with both of you,reasonably cos there is no leadership 4live,we elect Mayai and he.has led us down,where’s tarmac,security and a school for orphanages now in Rumbek? The era of accountability and responsibility has come,and our mistakes proven,STAR of SPLM fool us togather,thank Mr president,Gen Matur Chuot has been nominated to govnrship till2013

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    • 22 January 2013 07:41, by Malou Manyiel

      Kiir has his own agenda on Agaar community, it is some thing we all know. To those who are happy for Chol Tong removal, he is not put in a sack and drown in the river but just out of office. He is an engineer by profession which mean he will sustain his living using the knowledge he has. You will still see him living his happily life. If his removal means stability in Rumbek, lets hope to see it.

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      • 22 January 2013 07:53, by John Juma DC

        Malou, haha Chol had not yet finished his studies he is student of Nairobi University with my brother now. zip your mouth beside his profession. otherwise we cann’t mind of his living, he will still stand against his corrupt money for 3 years. hell to him

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        • 22 January 2013 10:03, by Bungachier 50

          Mr. President! Congrats!!!!... No body is above the Law. The Next should be the failed female Governor of Warrap, Nyandeng Malek. Mayay though he was the Lakes State and Lakes State was him. Give Lakes State a Military Governor who will be going to the office in Military Uniforms. Good luck Mr. Moses Chol Tong!!..

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      • 22 January 2013 08:09, by John Gum

        Malou,evenif Chol is your uncle,nothing to be reverse any more.we strongly agree to president decree of removing Chol because he has too involved into this clashes.
        Thanks
        John

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      • 22 January 2013 09:58, by Maker Deng Nyang

        There is nothing to do with tribes or Communities concerning Chol’s removal. It’s a matter of failure.I would like this discussion to be on professional basis. No one wish him to be removed and that is why people elected him BUT he himself let his fellow citizens down. Chol might have " forgotten his compaign Messages " I will restored peace and employed youth". Are we having peace in Lakes State?

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      • 22 January 2013 10:10, by Bungachier 50

        Dear Malou,
        Condolences babyyyyyyyy!!!!!.. but don’t misinterprete the Government’s discissions. Kiir has not removed the whole of Agaar officials in the government, but only the non-performing ones like your uncle. Leave Agaar alone. Malou! learn to live alone please.

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    • 22 January 2013 08:06, by Akook

      This is a shame not only sacked gov. but Lakes state in general. Kiir undoubtedly has since during the bush, the hidden agenda towards Agaar Community given his bitter Anya-Nya 1 era. We know it very well. Fools, who are just celebrating here are sectionalists whose their people fought others they thought Mr Gov from that side. For them, thats enuf to celebrate without going deep to ..

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      • 22 January 2013 08:13, by Akook

        know that even themselves are the proper darling to this president. Others, are those have got no jobs in his government given the fact that gov can’t accommodate all.
        I felt pity when i see stupid Agaar members running emotions on this illegal warrant by stupid Kiir. Yes its right many states are far worse than Lakes including Kiir’s own Warrap, why not there? Fools think he loves Agaar pple!!!

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        • 22 January 2013 08:19, by John Gum

          Akook,he is remove,if you have powers then order kiir to reverse the decree.shame on you fools.

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          • 22 January 2013 10:42, by Akook

            Seems you are a paranoid old folk!

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            • 22 January 2013 11:43, by John Gum

              You are all idiot those supporting Chol(Mangui)a person with no luck whose his peoples are adying on daily"is that a leader?you need to think first before commenting.i know those supporting Chol are thief and those sponsor to study.

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            • 22 January 2013 14:01, by Bungachier 50

              Mr. AkooK!
              Your name is enough to tell us who you are. The way you present yourself here in this Public Website shows that your future is very "DARK". Think of how you can chase after your own living without Chol Tong. Stupid Parasites!!.

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        • 22 January 2013 10:37, by Maker Deng Nyang

          I beg your pardon! I pity you whom thier eyes are coveres with stolen money. Some shoe licking friends have no Acedemic papers and they are enjoying the state cake. We have seen the failure behind the death of our citizens. his removal does not make us stupid, Kindly accept the change.No demonstration in Lakes BUT celebration for your information. I hear "Engineer" From which Universty? SORRY!!!!!

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    • 22 January 2013 11:53, by daniell

      Cattle raiding which usually cause alot of death among people of rss is shocking.It can prevent development that mean if president Salva Kiir Mayardit sacked Lakes state governor Mayay it is a legitimate and inexcusible.Cattle raid and corruption has to fight.

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    • 19 February 2013 08:40, by babomango

      I would like to thank you for your best written post, its informative and your writing style helped me to read it till end. Thanks man!
      Dave L.

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  • 22 January 2013 06:01, by emilio-Wau

    Kiir’s degree to remove state governor is a late decision to make after many lifes have gone. this shows that he has no leadership skills to identify what is coming tomorrow. this is what happened in Wau where many civilians fired at by the SPLA ordered by the state governor and Kiir come and supported killing of civilians.

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  • 22 January 2013 06:02, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    That’s good move, the removable of elected governor Chol Tong Mayay is an example to others 9 state governors.

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    • 22 January 2013 06:59, by Nuer Empire

      Kiir:What about Kuol Manyang who even supplied Murle with guns and turn to be rebels now?Do you afraid of Kuol Manyang?I support your decision,but see Kuol Manyang too in Jonlei State.

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      • 22 January 2013 07:23, by Runrach

        Sure Nuer Empire. What about Gat-Manyang Juuk and Guulen Gat-Nyandeg? But Ngach nei ye Kiir, can not and will never ever removes these two gentlemen because Maath(drinks) yang(cattle) ken ke yeer(river) keel(one). Time will come for them, let just wait for 2015. I believe Their gentlemen might not be holding any position unless thru. rigging and torturing’s.

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      • 22 January 2013 10:05, by Nuer Empire

        RunRach/bad year according to the meaning:Who my gualen/uncle Gat Nyadeng you are talking about?

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        • 22 January 2013 15:12, by Runrach

          @ Nuer Empire, if you could read my writing well you would got who is guleen. Otherwise sorry for that. Read well.

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  • 22 January 2013 06:12, by Tribe

    This still don’t validate the sack. There’s more hidden reason than what has been given. If that actually turn-out to be it than why is the same is not applied to other states that’re marred with the same issues. prime example is Jonglei.Why that doesn’t apply to Kuol? I’m not citing the repetitive Murle issues,but how about the recent clash between (Koch and Deer)of Bor-South in Bor county?

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  • 22 January 2013 06:38, by Man without fear

    My Thanks will goes to the gov,t of Republic of SS due to the decree issued of removing the elected Governor and 10 top M.Officials this will let many others confusive leaders learn to performs their work skills in leadership. We are suffering a lot in ten State of SS bicos of Security and who is a one to intervene failed to take action .

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  • 22 January 2013 06:46, by Foxtail

    sacking the governor alone in lake state represent a little significant effects to the situation in that state. the president should have disolve the state government and call for snap elections such that an absolutely fresh parliamenterians are elected to runs the government in lake.
    2010 elections was/is a disgrace to south sudan. it’s a mistake we need not to repeat itself.

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  • 22 January 2013 06:48, by Jalaby

    Wah (wow)!! what happened to Mr. Kiir?!! From where did he get this braveness and sacked out the governor?! more importantly, the 10 top SPLA commanders?! I thought Mr. Kiir is just a paper tiger!!
    Look, Mr. Kiir knows very well all the hell that south is going through right now because of the problems with its strong neighbor of Sudan, Sudan is the key for the south

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    • 22 January 2013 06:51, by Jalaby

      the south stability and security wise, the cattle raiding, rebellion, starvation, diseases, inflation, etc all that problems are due to Sudan refusal to allow the south oil to pass through and blocking its border and prevented any type of trading with the south while the south is completely relying on the north in terms of business, security and south stability!

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      • 22 January 2013 06:53, by Jalaby

        As the British news paper The Economist said "If Mr. Kiir cuts ties with SPLA-N then his generals in SPLA may unseat (topple) him, if he refuses to cut ties with SPLA-N then Mr. Bashir may make the most of being able to strangle South Sudan’s economy. For Mr Kiir it is a horrible choice"

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        • 22 January 2013 06:57, by Jalaby

          I think Mr. Bashir is strangling Mr. Kiir so badly now that’s why Mr. Kiir decided to forgo his SPLA generals who pose a real barrier to any solution with north and embezzling oil money (thieves)!
          Mr Kiir is playing with fire now since he touched the top SPLA commanders and he needs to do more harsh and painful surgery and cuts more heads in order to restore stability

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          • 22 January 2013 07:04, by Jalaby

            in the south and have himself full authorization as a president,Mr. Kiir can’t do that dangerous jobs without the help of Sudan.
            The south is like Central Republic Africa country which relies on Chad for stability issues,Chad itself relies on Sudan, we’re the master in the region no doubt!!
            It’s up to you guys to cut ties with SPLA-N or continue suffering the hell!

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            • 22 January 2013 08:03, by Paul Ongee

              Ya Jalaby,
              Do you really know the reasons why you’re posting your trash here? Because of freedom of expression which is not practiced in Sudan since 1956 because of autocratic system, NOT the imaginary ties with SPLM-N/SRF that you’re trying to irrationally comment on. Do you have any idea that National Criminal Party days are numbered? Who is the most wanted by ICC? Watch out ya inti.

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              • 22 January 2013 08:03, by Paul Ongee

                Which leader of a country should allow oil of his country be looted/stolen in broad daylight? Khartoum is used to stealing South Sudan resources only for its development since 1956. Khartoum signs agreements or whatever you call it CPA/Cooperation but uses delay tactics to dishonor it or sets illusive preconditions that disengage with Mr. X. Who wept on July 9th, 2011 when Sudanese flag was lowere

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                • 22 January 2013 08:04, by Paul Ongee

                  It is Omer Al-Bashir and his cronies who wept the most internally and externally, they failed with their last minute initiative—Unity Project Fund (UPF) designed to postpone referendum vote so that Khartoum continues stealing oil of South Sudan. Unity on what basis, ya inti? I understand it is painful to Khartoum to lose 75% of oil revenue to South Sudan. It’s ours; you cannot have a drop of it f

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                  • 22 January 2013 08:06, by Paul Ongee

                    If your 120/140 bpd of oil is flowing through the pipeline, where is the other 75% coming from and be stolen? Pii in the pipeline and sell it to international market to revamp the sluggish economy. South Sudan will prevail at any cost with/out our oil flowing through Sudan oil pipeline to the international market. Do you realize that the pipeline is built with South Sudanese oil money?

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                    • 22 January 2013 08:07, by Paul Ongee

                      If Chinese and international community do not want to pressure Khartoum, who loses? Who is complaining of energy security? Who is in desperate need of energy to power their industry? The big player and multinational oil company can simply step in and keep South Sudan economy going strong since forex is still lower compared to depreciating Sudanese pounds.

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                      • 22 January 2013 08:08, by Paul Ongee

                        Tell us ya inti, is life the same in Khartoum in particular and Sudan at large following July 9th, 2011? If you cannot get back your Halyib Triangle from Egypt, how can you dream of occupying the resource-rich disputed areas along the N-S border including Abyei to supplement your struggling economy? You better dream of owning Halyib Triangle. Abyei will remain part and parcel of South Sudan, and s

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                        • 22 January 2013 16:50, by Ahmed Chol

                          Jalaby is a different person this time. His English has even improved. The Jalaby is name used by various security agents in Khartoum. So it is not one specific person, how can you write poor English and improve the next day?

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                      • 22 January 2013 14:48, by Northern Sudanese

                        now tell us mrs paul about the latest developments of the Ilemi Triangle and the ugandans stealing your land lol! Egypt and Sudan have this Halaiib dispute since the 90’s during the days of mubarak. Halaiib was in egypt’s control before 1899 and then was given to sudan in 1902 then egypt regained control of it in the 90’s now negotiations over it are taking place. tell us about Ilemi Triangle lol

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                  • 22 January 2013 14:52, by Northern Sudanese

                    Paul Ongee
                    i advice you to stop singing the oil song because we left it for you since july 2011. as you can see its not that effective anymore, we gave it you back. if you want to export or not its up to you we don’t like taking your oil by force. anyway, we are not the ones insisting on oil in addis, we insist on borders but its you who want oil deal. without it, you people remain starving

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                • 22 January 2013 14:22, by Northern Sudanese

                  mrs Paul Ongee
                  for how long will you remain singing the old boring oil song? let me tell you facts...
                  Oil only started contributing in 1999. secondly? oil accounted for only $5 billion out of sudan’s 2010 GDP of $96 billion. out of those 5 billions, just $4 billion came from south sudan. so you left just a $4 billion gap in 2011, today gold has covered $2.5 billion already so there is just a

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                  • 22 January 2013 14:30, by Northern Sudanese

                    $1.5 billion gap left to go. in 2012 we produced 50 tons of gold, in 2013 we will likely add another 15 tons. now let us go further into history, in 1956 sudan never produced oil. during the 60’s , 70’s and 80’s sudan total economy depended on agriculture specially cotton production. cotton coming from gezira scheme. production declined rapidly due to mismanagement , instability and lack of rules

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                    • 22 January 2013 14:35, by Northern Sudanese

                      however, at the time cotton production collapsed, south sudan oil came into action. we spent the late 90’s until 2011 depending on oil instead of agriculture. today, gezira scheme will come back and with double the productivity rate due to our new dams. if we today produced the same amount of cotton like we used to in the 70’s , that will generate an income of at least $10 billion from gezira

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                      • 22 January 2013 14:40, by Northern Sudanese

                        scheme alone, worth a lot more than your black liquid song lol. furthermore, our imports. we spent about $1.2 on importing sugar in 2011 and $800 million importing wheat. god knows how much we spent on other items. anyway, by 2014 we won’t import sugar as white nile factory would have reached full capacity. and wheat imports will be cut by 2015. this way we saved $2 billion already.

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                        • 22 January 2013 14:44, by Northern Sudanese

                          we have a grand sugar plan of producing 10 million tons of sugar per year by 2020. from sennar , white nile and gezera states. this will generate at least $20 billion and we will be among top 5 sugar producers in the world.
                          as you can see we are already going great, but tell us about south sudan lol what has south sudan done other than cattle stealing? please tell us how we are stealing your oil

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              • 22 January 2013 14:17, by Northern Sudanese

                mrs Paul Ongee
                i knew you couldn’t just accept the fact that your country is dead, therefor your just referring to fake ICC :D
                focus on your starving country, ya bint alsharmoota :D lol

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            • 22 January 2013 14:31, by jwok

              List of people indicted in the International Criminal Court
              Omar al-Bashir
              Main article: Omar al-Bashir
              Omar al-Bashir was indicted on 4 March 2009 on five counts of crimes against humanity and two counts of war crimes with regard to the situation in Darfur, Sudan.[24] On 12 July 2010 he was additionally charged with three counts of genocide.[49] During the Darfur conflict (specifically from A

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          • 22 January 2013 07:15, by Nuer Empire

            Gaay Jallaba:What are you talking about mr gaay!?Bashir was already in surgery with throat cancer that is still growing and will go back for operation.Please can you follow your best hobbies:Terrorisms,Gayism,looting South Sudanese Resources,bomb explosions in public!!

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            • 22 January 2013 07:46, by Jalaby

              You monkey,
              Changing your name from Ruach to Nuer Empire will never change any reality on the ground that you’re monkey with big tail and your brain weight 75% of human brain!!
              Thar cieth, jiok ti kuiy ngiethdien!

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              • 22 January 2013 08:32, by master

                my bro jalaby
                i told you these guys brainless
                you are talking about certain issue and they are in another vally
                this is hangover

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                • 22 January 2013 14:24, by Northern Sudanese

                  master
                  this is an insect jungle...

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              • 22 January 2013 08:59, by Nuer Empire

                Jallaby:Ber ber Gar Nyiedi.E han thar cieth ka e han jiok mi kuiy ngithde cie ngiethdien!? Ka cu ro tou thar kerekni maa.Enga dual ke ji mo? Ngodi mi beli thar Baciir? E jin thar cieth mi kuiy ni ngith de.Stay to lick bashir ’s ass son of bitch!

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                • 22 January 2013 10:49, by Jalaby

                  You monkey (Rauch),
                  baa lielun ruaak ke domac mi leth leth e jen bia liengo!
                  Liel cieth! gat ciek etharale!! nasty asshole!!

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                  • 22 January 2013 11:53, by master

                    jalaby
                    bravo although i don’t understood what you said to this monkey but am sure you well did

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                    • 22 January 2013 12:51, by Nuer Empire

                      Master/Mustard:Gook!E jin Gook mi laa lak liele ke bel liel Baciir ke yiou!Liel mour gar ciek mi la loum ke ke yiou.I don’t have times to talk to "Gays licking Bashir ’s asshole for the sake of money." Ape!

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                  • 22 January 2013 12:46, by Nuer Empire

                    Jallaby:Maa ka kuela ngu pouli kono?Mi wii liela wa ruak ke domaac mi leth leth ciene bi len ling ke hoo ba cu liu.E ngu towi rodu a laa Jalabo? Cie han Rauch,dung de hoo nhoaka je cieke dhool Nueri tin laa gor.Maa thiele mi ngayi elong,mi loki kuaar e caru;mo kuaa ji kueth ke i "Gay" ngodi cie ling!Lok Jalabni ban wa keel.
                    **The Nuer Empire**

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                  • 22 January 2013 18:13, by Rezingving monynok

                    THIS CRAB CALLED JALABY IS NOT REAL ONE ARAB BUT HE IS AN AGENT OF EVIL ,

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                • 22 January 2013 12:25, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

                  Thank to Gorge Bol, the fake jalaby is a Nuer hahahahah Jesse Christ. So they Nuer are not clean people, what a betrayal community of doom, fake jalaby is Gordon Beay,

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                  • 22 January 2013 12:59, by Nuer Empire

                    Dinka Dominated Corruption aka SPLA/M:E yin nga yin?Cie yin dhok Jieng,e yin marol.Guac thar!
                    **The Nuer Empire**

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              • 22 January 2013 10:02, by Big Boy

                Dear Jalaby
                It’s you who has change the name of Matur,Machec or mother fuck name urself as Jalaby. if not how did you manage to Thar cieth in dinak? other wise someday’s you’ll fall under our hand, me and Domin...splm plus among other which i did’nt mentioned their names here!!! dosen’t matter how long it can take to catch you.

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          • 22 January 2013 07:42, by okucu pa lotinokwan

            Jalaby really you are mad person,sudan is now crying because we saperated ourselves from them,and all the dollars in the past they are very proud of are all been take away by the govt of South Sudan,in a short time we will start supplying SPLA-N with more logistics if you are douting.
            OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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  • 22 January 2013 06:52, by Junubda

    Kiir remove Chol Tong just because he is not a commander in SPLA if he was one it really going to be tough for president to say anything why not in Wau too or Jongelei

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  • 22 January 2013 06:55, by Ajongtar

    Ooh, elected Governor was fired, Dinka agar Vs Dinga warab.

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    • 22 January 2013 07:06, by peter Marial

      Misconception and misguidance is a disease eatting South Sudan,Dinka Warrap has no problem with Dinka Agar, for your information! The removal is not a public issue but an inividual case and you should understand that.

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  • 22 January 2013 06:57, by peter Marial

    Hahahahah....................Congratulations! Mr. President, Chol Tong removed! Hahahahah.............., your opportunity is gone, now go home, rests do anything you like since you had grabed public money and if you had never kept money, bad lack!

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  • 22 January 2013 06:59, by Takinom

    Lake State Governor removable is a warning to other nine State Governors. Today I’m happy, I’ll continue support Kiir’s decision for the next five days if he proceed with the reshuffle of Government.

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  • 22 January 2013 07:06, by Snipper

    Chol Tong should go and chill in Australia and never worry of all headaches from such ungovernable people of Agaar and Gok! Whoever going to take that post should also prepare for his departure soon! Nothing will change!!

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    • 22 January 2013 20:31, by Peacocktail

      SNIPPER, REMOVAL OF ELECTED GOVERNOR WAS DUE TO THE BEHAVIOR OF AGAAR COMMUNITY AND SPECIALLLY DINKA GOOK WHO HAS DEVELOPED STEALING FROM NEIGHBOURING COMMUNITIES AND PAYAMS.NOT SPARING CIVILIAN LIVES.
      REMEMBER THE REMOVAL WAS IN CONSULTATION WITH THE GOVERNOR AND HE IS TIRED OF TROUBLE AND KILLINGS WITH NO IDEA.FORM .GOV.MAYA SHALL BE IN THE NEXT GOVERNMENT OF KIIR. BE INFORMED THAT HE IS NOT GO

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  • 22 January 2013 07:12, by James Maker Akok

    Well done President Kiir, thank you for that and we need you to do other things like what you did to Lakes State Governor.

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  • 22 January 2013 07:14, by william

    The time for presuation has gone,so he who is not performing towards the betterment and transformation of this nation must be removed. so the move is appreciated.

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    • 22 January 2013 08:49, by Nuer Empire

      Kiir has dismissed these Generals!!I think they are hated and will never be supported as they looted army salaries

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  • 22 January 2013 07:17, by master

    i think new rebel groups in making
    kiir now deep inside delimma
    these guys will never say ok we accepted prsident decision

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    • 22 January 2013 08:56, by wang

      Master
      What you on about, we have constitutions here in South and kiir is following what our constitutions stated. Kiir will live longer than your idiot criminal President so called Homo-AL Bashir.

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  • 22 January 2013 07:20, by barbayo

    Jalab
    you jalaba are real malitia can ,t understanding why kiir take degree downsize governor of Lake State

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  • 22 January 2013 07:27, by barbayo

    mr Kiir your decree in righ place, you continue for that good will,even the corruptist let them go to streets

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  • 22 January 2013 07:31, by barbayo

    mr president any State have tribl conflict take them out.

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  • 22 January 2013 07:41, by barbayo

    look! Jonglei , Warrep ,Unity , Central sEquartoria ,WBG ,these states let them follow Lake State

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  • 22 January 2013 07:44, by John Juma DC

    for sure its wise decision for removing the governor and others 24 SPLA high ranking including Obote, Ping, Kuol and more others. but hoping President shld open his eyes again on Aduok nyaba who is biting the SPLM indirectly in closing all universities knowing youths r the unit to power

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  • 22 January 2013 07:44, by Juba City

    Mr. President, you came up with good decision but that was not be Chuol Toang alone. U should remove the following governors. 1. Western Bhar El ghazal 2. Jonglei State 3 Uper Nile State because they are not protecting civilian. For the case of Military, I can’t comment there its you & Hoth who knows it better.

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    • 22 January 2013 07:47, by John Juma DC

      shame its not about protecting civilian but lower participation toward civilian right in dev’lpment, Education, Health and more others. take understand well. Upper Nile is fine WHY is wrong with it governor.

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  • 22 January 2013 08:18, by History has Records

    Things r getting very interesting, if the dismissal of the governor is linked to killings, then i must say we should instead examine why these killings happen,and how we can stop them, this will eventually lead us to the "Guns" and the big question is, why don’t we implement the Disarmament programme, if not someone has to be sacked again if not by his boss, then by the people who made him Boss.

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  • 22 January 2013 08:19, by wang

    I wonder why Dinka-Bor hates Kiir so much; Mr. President has shown his own identity as a true Bahr el Ghazal and he doesn’t even care about other Dinka-clans. Thousands of poor, Murle, Nuer and Dinka killing themselves every day and he never say any single word about the Jonglei’s situation. Koul Manyang needs to be removed from his post in order for the people in Jonglei State to have peace.

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  • 22 January 2013 09:04, by ENG Chol

    Am very sory to what have happened to me just being sacked for no good reason.why not sacking rizik which all of us witness including the president himself.after all i have got money to cater for my people abroad and i will continue to critizing you.if killing or people killing themselves then you also deserve to be removed, how many people are dying everyday in ten states and juba leads.thnx.

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    • 22 January 2013 09:25, by Wiyual

      Mr. ENG Chol,
      Take it easy man though you are not the one who is writing.

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    • 22 January 2013 10:15, by Nuer Empire

      Engineer Chol:You should join the rest of your co-Engineers and other highly Techno individuals.Poletic is not our skills,but we should criticise them if they fail to promote our high techno minds! Leave poletic alone,you are a great Engineer.Please welcome to our Engineering and Scientific League for the development of South Sudan.The government like us too,don’t turn your head away.
      *The Empire

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      • 22 January 2013 10:50, by Maker Deng Nyang

        Wama! he is not a qualified engineer. I can’t even call him to construct my grass-thatch house.He will do the business with his stolen money or he go back to finish his degree at Nairobi University.

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  • 22 January 2013 09:44, by Maker Deng Nyang

    Well done Mr President! First of all I need to remind those who think removing Chol in the office is politically motivated. His Execellence the president and the concerned people of Lakes State need peace and by God’s grace peace will come after chol’s departure. We need to think before we released some words. where on earth do the gov’t hear that there is a planned fighting and no gov’t action?

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    • 22 January 2013 10:57, by Gives-poor ’ier dues

      Thanks Mr. Prisident.
      But one thing you should have included is investigation base only not on clashes but generally. event corruption practices by late mayay tong in lakes.

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  • 22 January 2013 10:52, by Maper

    I may be mean to people of Lakes state, who are happy with the governor’s removal, when I criticise the president’s decision to relieve an elected governor of his duties, but this is not democratic at all. I personally ask mr president to explain to us this form of democracy. What exactly does it mean? If he is not happy with a governor, isn’t it better to privately persuade him to resign?

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    • 22 January 2013 11:04, by Maper

      He is not a cabinet minister who Kiir can appoint and relieve at his pleasure. People elected him. so sacking him requires a lot of explanation. We want to hear charges laid against him, and elaborate how he is different from Jonglei governor. Just a reminder, people die in hundreds in tribal clashes in Jonglei.
      This is an institutionalised corruption and it demonstates a rule of dictatorship.

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      • 22 January 2013 11:14, by Maper

        SPLM imposed wrong SPLM candidates on people. Some governors and MPs were selected to represent some constituencies against their people’s will so long these politicians were SPLM members. So wrong people ended up in wrong positions. So Kiir wants to make up for this fault by relieving elected governors. If they were genuinely elected by their people, there’d be no this mess; e.g Look at WES.

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        • 22 January 2013 11:21, by Maper

          There has been killing and looting in Juba and RSS throughout Kiir’s rule. When will he relieve himself (resign)?

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  • 22 January 2013 11:22, by Makuer Marou Manok

    very good decision Mr.President but it is better to remove other who are not carefully with security their state. there are crisis in other states which need, if those governors are not careful, they can be sacked.
    that is how we need you to lead us. if someone does not want to govern his or her state well sack him or her because there are other people to lead people properly.

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  • 22 January 2013 11:51, by Gives-poor ’ier dues

    To Hell with Kiir & REjioyers.
    my pple have enough money,enough cows (9235)heads of cattle which Kiir doesn,t possess,my tribe have killed Amothnhom & Nyang tribe hell. through what and after what now!!!!.

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  • 22 January 2013 12:25, by Ajongtar

    BREAKING NEWS.
    We have propose D. AWEN AKOT to be the Governor agin till 2015.
    and in terms of secuirity in regards to the Disarmomen we are sending Mj General BOL AKOT to support the operations till futher notice.
    AKOT Oyyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,

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    • 22 January 2013 12:33, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

      Yin mad dog, who are you? Street kid? Go and get something to eat rather than talking about something you will never see,

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      • 22 January 2013 14:13, by Ruach

        Good afternoon every body!! I have been absence in the site for long times busy for the international duties.@Mangoor:When are you learning to have respects calling others street kids,son of poor family,uncivilized Nuer?There is nothing hidden as stated in "Bible we can light a lamp and put under the table not under it" otherwise it is a corruption and restricting the freedom of speech.

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      • 22 January 2013 15:11, by Ruach

        This is a street language that you have!!

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  • 22 January 2013 13:00, by Foxtail

    i like this drama! so guys hide under mothers pants! this guy called jallaba is a nuer? ican’t believe this idiocy preserve by this man. this guy engage us(SOUTH SUDANESE) if he is a northerner. i think you just need to be trucked down and be shut up

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  • 22 January 2013 13:13, by mudfish

    the removal of governor and arest of the chifs is not a soluaion,once it happen i thinks it was surprise event to him to heard such problem,it wrong decision.juba itself it not well secure,people are dieing everdasy and night,so it apart of your weakness ya Salva!!it will affect you too otherwise stepdown let fit one handover.

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  • 22 January 2013 13:22, by barbayo

    only clean person in Jonglei , Kuol Mangang,and the rest are malitias

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  • 22 January 2013 13:26, by Yic Aye Luel

    Chol was having no ears to hear advices from people, if it were a dream, he would listen to people. There is no way out to be Governor again_ no space on the ground to be governor again the only space is to be a common man. take whatever belong to you and go to your Father and Mother. The politics has become short at the moment. You eat what you have amassed you corrupt former governor of Lakes

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  • 22 January 2013 13:27, by barbayo

    in Jonglei befor Independent there was a war after Independent is a war which mean that people in Jonglei are malitias accept Kuol Mangang.

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  • 22 January 2013 13:31, by barbayo

    in Jonglei befor Independent there was a war after Independent is a war which mean that people in Jonglei are malitias accept Kuol Mangang.

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    • 22 January 2013 14:40, by Foxtail

      WHICH STATE DO YOU COME FROM FUCKING BARBAYO?

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  • 22 January 2013 13:36, by sudani

    Dear Lakes youthand intelectuals.
    I salut you in the name of our lord Jesuse christ ’’Amen’’
    Please bring back Mr. Tilar Ring Deng Who served as A/Governor of lakes some two years ago and then lakes state would be a paradise or peace ful place to live. the man has spent short time and provide some tangable service in the state.
    thank you Mr. you shown the way and greedy people came to jam it

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  • 22 January 2013 13:44, by barbayo

    next appointment of cabinet ,Kuol Mangang will be ministry of defend and Divad Yau Yau will be the Governor of Jonglei

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  • 22 January 2013 13:50, by Yic Aye Luel

    Dear brothers and sisters don’t blame those of Akook and Malou Manyiel, they are crying for themselves. Chol (Mangui) is the only person who support them to pay their school fees and their ration. it not because of Chol goodness, it is because of who will care for them if Chol is not in the power.
    Malou and Akook you are not only people in Lakes state to eat and learn let other eat and as you did

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  • 22 January 2013 14:11, by Ajongtar

    BREAKING NEWS.
    We have propose D. AWEN AKOT to be the Governor agin till 2015.and in terms of secuirity in regards to the Disarmomen we are sending Mj General BOL AKOT to support the operations till futher notice.
    TAKE CARE OF THESE MAAN ABAL FAMILIES.
    AKOT Oyyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,

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    • 22 January 2013 14:52, by Mapuor

      Ajongtar
      Chol Tong was not removed because of insecurity.The most insecure states in South Sudan are:Jonglei,Uppr Nile,Unity,Warrap,WBGS and central Equatoria.The death toll n Lakes is smaller than that of the mentioned states.Urban clashes are common in Wau,Juba and Malakal.Awet Akot is a devil who will never come back to Lakes State

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    • 22 January 2013 18:10, by Nuer Empire

      Another President is announcing his Breaking fake news.

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  • 22 January 2013 14:13, by mudfish

    why do you try to remove Kuol Manyang of juangle,becuase i d’t see the different between juangle and lakes.Mr. president.

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    • 22 January 2013 14:38, by Foxtail

      SACK YOUR FATHER FROM ATTENDING TO YOUR MOTHER MADFISH.
      SACKING KUOL AS YOU SMALL IDIOTS THINK IS NOT JUST EASY.YOU BETTER LOOK INTO YOUR OWN PERSONAL ISSUES THAN GAMBLEING AROUND

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      • 22 January 2013 15:10, by Dinkawarrior

        Oh God have mercy on us!
        I can’t believed that Mr. Jalaby is a Nyagatism from Nuer who is working for Arabs 24/7?????????????????????
        We have our own country but Nuer are still kissing Jalaba add???? It’s unbelievable??

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        • 22 January 2013 15:25, by Nuer Empire

          Dinka Warrior:No no no,Jallaby is not from Nuer.I didn’t confirm his fake language he was speaking to me.Nuer Language is spoken everywhere by everybody.Nuer are not kissing,but where your uncle Abel Alier the top North Sudanese Lawyer?Is he not licking Arabs’ asses?
          **The Nuer Empire**

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          • 22 January 2013 16:41, by master

            nuer davestaion
            now u r slave of dinka
            tommorrow you could beg us to help you to fight dinka
            but no way
            die toothless dog

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          • 23 January 2013 03:43, by Dinkawarrior

            Nuer Empire(Ruach)!!
            Please stop lying to us, he is from Nuer you can’t denied.

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        • 22 January 2013 16:00, by master

          DINKA looter
          are you raving ?
          jalaby the son of arab you call him neur
          if jalaby neur that means you have good leader he could lead SS better than all these idiots
          STAY DREAMING
          gal neur gal

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  • 22 January 2013 17:24, by Activist # 25

    I just don’t see why some of you idiots praise what Salva Kiir has done. How can an elected official be sacked just like that by the president? Like what some of the sounded minds who commented on this article said, it would have been better if he make consultations with the state government and urge them to conduct an election for another governor. Salva is a dictator now. Terrible things ahead.

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  • 22 January 2013 20:18, by Kim Deng

    "Jalaby
    You monkey (Rauch),
    baa lielun ruaak ke domac mi leth leth e jen bia liengo!
    Liel cieth! gat ciek etharale!! nasty asshole!!"
    Jalaby,
    Is that realy you who wrote in that good Thok-Naath/Nuer or you just make a "copy & paste?"
    Your president, Omer must be the one who taught you that langauge (Thok-Naath/Nuer) since he speaks fluently in Nuer.

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  • 23 January 2013 05:17, by ngadodo

    President Salva Kiir, His should sack Kuol Manyang his now still plan to kills Murle as he can and Murle should go to refugees for 40 years this is his Plan, if Kiir doesn’t know.

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  • 23 January 2013 06:27, by Ajongtar

    @ Mapuor.
    Now Motur chut is the Governor is hat ok with you?

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