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January 22, 2013 (RUMBEK) - Thousands of people attempted to demonstrate against a decision by South Sudanese president Salva Kiir to remove the elected governor of Lakes state, Chol Tong Mayay, on Monday night for reasons which remain unclear.

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Former governor of Lakes state Chol Tong Mayay (ST)

Lakes state youth activists and various women’s associations merged in Rumbek central county to stage a demonstration. The move was, however, opposed by the former governor, saying it had “no point”.

Despite his surprise dismissal, Mayay reaffirmed his commitment to the South Sudanese government, saying “we are one team, we are one nation”. He also reminded activists that the same people who had elected him to power in had also elected Kiir in the 2010 general elections.

“There is no point for people to go out and to demonstrate against the president’s decision,” he said. “We are still a team to save the nation – our aim in the party is to fulfill [the] expectations of the people of South Sudan,” he added.

Youth leaders and women’s representatives have expressed their disappointment over the dismissal of their elected governor.

Kiir announced on Tuesday he had appointed Major General Matur Chut as the state’s caretaker governor. He was one of 35 top military officers removed from active military service and put on a reserve list in a separate decree broadcast on Monday on the state-owned South Sudan Television (SSTV).

The president’s decree has drawn mixed reactions from politicians and the public in Lakes state and while some politicians welcomed the decision taken by the president, others objected to the governor’s removal, describing it as unlawful.

Politicians themselves are also divided on the decision, with some in Lakes state accusing their counterparts in Juba of having deliberately misled the president on Mayay.

Philip Ater, a student, said many people were confused by the president’s “unexpected” decision and that questions remain over who will be better to lead the state.

Ater said he had voted for Kiir in the previous national election because of his promises on “education and security of the people”, adding that many of these remain unfulfilled, particularly in Lakes state.

Meanwhile, student unions in Kenya and Uganda have expressed anger towards the president, criticising the move as a “family decision made in Juba” without adequate and prior consultation with the people of Lakes state.

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).

He found overwhelming support at the ballot, winning 86.54% of validly counted votes after outlining an ambitious plan during the election campaign, promising quick reforms to improve health care facilities and tackle youth unemployment.

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  • 23 January 2013 06:47, by Ajongtar

    Dont wory mr Eng. Tong Mayay, I have sent Mj General Motur Chut to replace you in Rumbek.
    Fell free I will give you another position to accomodate you soon.

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    • 23 January 2013 07:09, by Ahmed Chol

      If elected officials are to be kicked out by Kiir, then this is a big blow to democracy mainly because:
      a) Elected officials will not listen to the local population that elected them, instead they will do what pleases the Boss.
      b) This can lead to a chain of problems in the system. Governor will also try to sack elected commissioners which is illegal.

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      • 23 January 2013 07:11, by Ahmed Chol

        Dear Public, We need TERM LIMIT IN THE CONSTITUTION
        We are doomed if we don’t realize the benefits of term limit. We will be in cycles of wars due to rebellions. Let’s not repeat the same mistake that Sudan gov’t made which forced S. Sudan to fight the North. Term limit should be one of the topics in the next convention. Kingdom in a multi-tribal country is a recipe for war.

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        • 23 January 2013 08:50, by Nuer Empire

          The Term of Limit is the most important one,but not mentioned in the Interim Constitution.He will be in power as long as he likes whether we vote for him or not in 2015.2015 shouldn’t be our beautiful song that he will voted out.There maybe no election in 2015.I don’t see signs of 2015 election to be there

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      • 23 January 2013 07:54, by Paul Ongee

        Ahmed Chol,
        Correction, please. Commissioners are not elected but appointed. They don’t run in any elections but campaign for county endorsement to be appointed by Governor.

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      • 23 January 2013 09:35, by Die (Truth) or Live (Lie)

        Ahmed Chol,
        Commissioners are not elected but randomly pick from the bars and given positions. now they getting drunk seriously

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        • 23 January 2013 17:10, by Ahmed Chol

          Paul Ongee and Okucu,
          I know that commissioners are not elected but there is an upcoming proposal that they will be elected like any other officials.
          Even if they are endorsed by the people, then why would the governors dismiss them without consent of the governed?

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      • 23 January 2013 12:19, by okucu pa lotinokwan

        Elected governors should give the serves to the commom people than swelling from their stomach only,Kiir has the power upon those elected governors,do not forget between the SPLM candidates and independent candidates.
        SPLM candidates are candidates brough by the main stream of the SPLM that has been headed by Kiir the president,what next?
        OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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      • 24 January 2013 10:46, by Rekeboam

        It’s all about the constitution and the laws my brother. I advise you to read our constitution first and then make comments. Another thing, what is the way out since people are been killed and democracy is setting watching without any move?!

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    • 23 January 2013 07:38, by Tutbol

      S Sudan INTERIM constitution 101? What is the point of misleading the citizens of the ten states, that they have the power to elect their governors of their choice, when the bucks stop with the president of the republic. Who can fire the elected governors at whim? The president could just have handpicked his men/women he is comfortable with to lead the states than placing a veneer on the citizens.

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    • 23 January 2013 07:55, by Malou Manyiel

      Well done Eng.Chol Tong, You have shown us the love you have for the country, and that is a character of a patriot. People who know little are usually great talkers, while men who know much say little. Give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation.

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      • 23 January 2013 08:26, by Maker Deng Nyang

        I don’t understand as to why Chol would be called a patriot. May be a patriot for comedy not for the nation. May be english is my second language, if not so word Patriot does not fit with Chol. what I know of him is that he is a coward who locked himself inside on Friday while citizens were dying. A tribalist like his shoe- licking group.Console him!!!

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        • 23 January 2013 08:35, by Akook

          Maker, Chol Tong is for sure a patriot, u don’t need to love him to earn that title. people including this commenter and gov officials were bracing up last night in order to launch this morning demonstration march at town market, freedom Sq and state hqrs. And u know what, Chol turned down the whole issue after preparations were ready made.

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          • 23 January 2013 09:13, by Morthon Akol

            My dear brother Akook, they are just talking without any point. Maker who talks without thinking runs more risk than he talk without thinking. Chol Tong is not the first governor in Lake state starting from John Lat coming to Daniel Awat this killing of the people is there.

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            • 23 January 2013 13:21, by Maker Deng Nyang

              I am not in any risk friend. for you good information Chol will be at his home and he is still my elder if not uncle if you like it. But I am not happy with the way he led us down. If you can read and understand english very well as you commented. Please! examine the fact that Chol and his governent did not put security as the top measure.with my "shallow thinking" you said. I Think more!!

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    • 23 January 2013 16:39, by Tiitrot

      Dear Eng Chol Tong,
      Thank you for your brave words to the people of Lakes that elected you to be their Governor, Change is always there and if there was no change then you would have not been called a governor of Lakes.Just sit down and do your engineer since you have got enough capital to operate your businesses and let,s see who Matur is.

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    • 23 January 2013 18:38, by Badi Malawi

      Mr Engineer dont worry , be relax and start politicing now against those politicians who were sailing your boat ,so you are better becoz u have skill than them

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    • 24 January 2013 07:15, by Shadrack Chol Buoi

      Dear Readers,
      Dying of politician is a big chance to another politician to come in. Chol is dead. Nothing will never happened.

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    • 24 January 2013 08:59, by Abednego Majack Macharial

      This is just a media propoganda guys. Who wanted to go on the streets to demonstrate against president decree in Rumbek?
      The fighting between Rup and Kuei was planned in Rumbek by the two communities and Governor Chol or his county commissioner Mayen Kuc take no measures to stop the violent.
      Those who wanted to demonstrate on the street are in favour of violent and insecurity in Lakes.

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    • 17 June 2013 11:50, by Tong dut

      What is wrong with people in Lakes?That area is like Mr Yau yau region, pray for them to stop more killing.

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  • 23 January 2013 06:57, by John Gum

    These are lies,how can protest be organised at night and how did those in kenya and uganda which are not name reached you guys here.he is elected and has to go because he is not capable to lead the state of such hosttities.

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    • 23 January 2013 07:51, by Akook

      John Gum, every time u comment about ex-gov bro, u always sound angry and paranoid. Do u think ex-gov. was just a lone island to have people demonstrating as a result of this illegal dismissal. pls behave!!

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      • 23 January 2013 07:55, by Akook

        Chol Tong will always continue to be in politics in as long this theoretical democracy of Kiir exists. He is popular and a hero. Look at how turned down this planned chaotic demonstration by the people who elected him. If u hate him, then don’t make mistake to temper with his popularity score.

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        • 23 January 2013 13:22, by Bungachier 50

          Reliable sources have it that those who were almost taking to the Street to demonstrate against chol’s removal were the
          - Cooks
          - House boys and Girls
          - Chol’s relatives and not the Public in Lakes State. The even was downplayed because of risking being shot by the SPLA. Get it clear Akook

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          • 23 January 2013 13:44, by John Gum

            u re correct bro,no even a sort of demonstration heard,this nonsense from Manyang mayom who was call to draft it in sudantribune.i swear no one aganist president decision.everybod is celebrating all over south sudan and abroad as well.i received alot of call from abroad showing their happiness.Chol is completely dismised and will remain at home forever.those gainst president decision "go halt"

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      • 23 January 2013 10:21, by John Gum

        Akook,this is a matter of realities even if u re getting million of pounds and your peoples are killing themselvies while enjoy,it is useles.

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        • 23 January 2013 13:26, by Akook

          Not even a pound im getting, get it right. don’t just get mad and bark at who ever support ex-gov., he is a member of this community and so happen to have his supporters as well.

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    • 23 January 2013 08:07, by Maker Deng Nyang

      Honestly! there was no single person in Lakes state who even thought of demonstration yesterday. I last left Town at 7:34 pm and I did not see even a dog barking at people.I heard two old men saying "Chol has been a curse to SPLM" May God touch our people’s heart.

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      • 23 January 2013 13:12, by Bungachier 50

        Mr. Malou, we know it is painful to loose a sponsorer, but what can we do. Take courage and leave talking please. Akook is one of the House boys to the Former Goververnor, and now that the BOSS has lost his job, he will be chased away. Sorry Guys!!!!!!!.....

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      • 23 January 2013 14:00, by wen yar

        You got it right Maker Deng i don’t really understand when people talk of demonstration. who love the death of our brother? who will support the fail government?
        shame on u!!

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      • 24 January 2013 02:11, by Kenyang

        Even so, i hold that Pres. Salva Kiir has no constitutional power to fire a governor but your own people of Lake State can legally do so. A president was elected by people and so was the governor. Still, that doesn’t say powers of President of the Republic are are equal to powers of a governor. Still, let’s focus on what South Sudan Constitution says than what President wants...

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        • 24 January 2013 02:29, by Kenyang

          Maker Deng Nyang,
          Sorry bro but what i posted above was directly meant to you. I’m NOT a lawyer and as spelt out by KENYANG, i’m not from Lake state nor do i have any favor/enmity for/against great people of that State. What i want/wish is what legally/logically can be carried out.

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  • 23 January 2013 07:00, by william

    Mr. Chol Tong, thank you so much for maintaining calm despite and expected dismissal from the governorship position. This shows that your nationalism is unshakened one not like other leadership hungery people.The students whom you taught in Rumbek ss when you were Deputy headmaster for Adm know your commitment to wowards the south sudan progress.

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    • 23 January 2013 07:31, by Nuer Empire

      Thank to Chol Mayay for opposing the demonstration

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      • 23 January 2013 07:42, by Nuer Empire

        Kiir:DO you know when you will leave the power for another or it is not allowed untill you die? Term of limits should be defined in the contitution.The President should not stay in power for more than two terms.

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    • 23 January 2013 08:50, by Garang

      Congratulations Mr. President. They should not oppose the decision, if the like him, why didn’t they respect him by avoiding the tribal clashes? The view of nation on Lakes state is that they can’t rule themselves, Matur Chut could have not been appointed as care-taker governor. The next governor has to come from Aweil or any other state to govern lakes state people. May God bless you,

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    • 23 January 2013 12:35, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      William,let us be more honest Law is not in everybody hands,suspose to be as you are thinking laws can not leave him like that,diturbances governor should go.
      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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  • 23 January 2013 08:16, by Gives-poor ’ier dues

    Quite Amazing!!!!!
    Some pple in comment yesterday appreciating President’s decision turn to disqualified it tday when he appointed Matur Chut!! what do pple want really? "sky is limit" you would have been appointed all Govnors Bros.
    But keep in mine your success is a disavantage to oppsition.
    Akuma bitana(mirida)our Govment that is it,your own Country to exercise what is necessary and unnecessar

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    • 23 January 2013 10:18, by Panda Odhie

      people of SS are full of complain and confusion at the sametime they will never ever stop it even our complain will raise in paradise where God is.

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  • 23 January 2013 08:27, by Tong dut

    Mr Chol Tong leave power to others,Even the president will go like you.Stop what, which happened in Wau last time,We knew you like killing your own people.
    If this could happen in Bor, That gorvenor could joined Yauyau at the same time.
    Let us not fight for small problem,We know some general are going to run to the bush which is their save haven.But to fight who?

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  • 23 January 2013 09:21, by sammartin

    I fully support this event, we need an explanation of this unjust decision.
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    • 23 January 2013 10:59, by Gives-poor ’ier dues

      Love your Nation first and its pple, then next, share wealth wit them then humble(lower your self)then you’ll eva lead wit confidence.

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  • 23 January 2013 10:10, by mudfish

    Its unlawfull and family decision made in juba by curpted and unqualifed politian.he elected governor that unfair decision.

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  • 23 January 2013 11:39, by AUGUSTINO DENG

    This is a "Selfish decision" made by the President of South Sudan. Salva Kiir Miyardit, needs to know that citizens have right and power too if they refused that their Governor is not to be removed. If he removed Tong Mayay, who will remove Salva Kiir from his position? Shame on Salva Kiir.
    By Augustino Deng. Jech la mer from Tharpam.

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  • 23 January 2013 13:37, by Makunon

    Who called this coward patriotic on the line here, was he loyal to who? he refused to join SPLA and abstain himself from anything related to patriotic and until he joint SPLM recently for his coward vision of leadership, yet he doesn’t care of the people who elected him without promise. Unlawful or unlawhalf he has to bullshit leave.

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  • 23 January 2013 13:59, by zmrssforlive

    That is military decision and not presidential. we need such experience/educated governors like Mr Mayay, and what happening in South Sudan generally there is no governor or official should be count for, because this people in villages are not educated and the only solution is to work on it and also educated the next generation of ss.

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  • 23 January 2013 14:34, by Alfredo christiani

    Dear readers
    That’s a great lies, peoples of Lake State were very happy on hearing news that Mayay was sack.Only those surrounded him weren’t happy. But the rest of the peoples in Lake state slaughtered bulls, goads and chickens with disco in every house. Hhahahahahhhaha SPLA Oyee, Boys who were given powers by failed Governor will go back to sit under trees in town, Time has come for true Revol

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  • 23 January 2013 16:03, by Yic Aye Luel

    that was impossible, there was nothing like demonstration. how come for youth or any group to oppose the decision of President? what betterment do we get in Chol (Mangui) Administration that we oppose the good decision of president? let him go he was not listening to people, he was having no ears but now he has grown ears to hear_ Lakes state does not belong to his mother Ayen or his father Tong

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  • 23 January 2013 16:07, by James Maker Akok

    All everybody,
    Lakes State is been elected as South Sudan Headquarter and it must be secure from Gangers criminals that is why President Kiir confused and removed Lakes State Governor because of the fighting happened.
    Governor chol should not blame president he should blame those who fought to fired him from a Job. Lakes State must be in too higher security because of it Headquarter for S. Sudan.

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  • 23 January 2013 16:12, by Yic Aye Luel

    Who are the youth protesting against the President decision, the youth he failed to protect or the youth he steal state’s resources to sponsor they in the abroad like those of Malou Manyiel and Boui Maguen? Chol failed to protect your lives you youths why do like him to be in power?
    let him grows wing to fly to be Governor again or get any political post, like minister in the nation government.

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  • 23 January 2013 16:35, by James Maker Akok

    To Matur Chut,
    My Uncle Matur, Lakes State people have not elected you to be Governor but what I want to tell you are; to respect Lakes State people, doing good jobs as creating a lot jobs, building Buildings, higher security by cleaning Gangers Criminals out in State, building pave roads, building International Airport and Airports in Cities. So if you did those Lakes State people will like you

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    • 23 January 2013 16:58, by Nuer Empire

      Too bad for your uncle

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    • 23 January 2013 17:12, by James Maker Akok

      To Matur,
      My uncle, I’m not yet support you now because people will take me I support you because you are my uncle. I will support you when I saw you you are doing the good jobs to Lakes State people. I know your father Chut Dhol in Cuecok when I was baby, my mum use to take me there to his house.
      So, be prepare well to do good jobs to Lakes State people.

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  • 23 January 2013 17:54, by Agutthon

    Many of us are disappointed with GOSS for not implementing the constitution of South Sudan i.e by-elections. Also wrong for president to remove Chol alone. KUOL, Hassan AND Lobonge should follow suite.

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  • 23 January 2013 18:48, by Badi Malawi

    U protestors are the cause of problem becoz u fight among urselves without kongkoc , it is your characters that let the removal of chol tong mayay ,becoz president kiir dont want his friend chol tong to be in leadership where people cant hear each other .shame on you agaar

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  • 23 January 2013 19:05, by Badi Malawi

    U protestors are the cause of problem becoz u fight among urselves without kongkoc , it is your characters that let the removal of chol tong mayay ,becoz president kiir dont want his friend chol tong to be in leadership where people cant hear each other .shame on you agaar

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  • 24 January 2013 00:50, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    It was affairness decision and proudly outreach.We are supporting the president Salva Kiir tasks,the post of governors are demanding more works and committment to perform their work without bias.Internal conflict of difference become a problem in Southern Sudan. Constitution of powers will be affirmitive in our the communities.

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  • 24 January 2013 00:55, by Kenyang

    Whether you like or don’t like how governor Chol Tong Mayay carried out his duties is something to discuss (..but until next election.) No one except his own people in Lake State can impeach him. What Salva Kiir did is illegal and must be condemned. Otherwise, if you disagree with my point, please cite to us legality (in South Sudan interim constitution) where President Kiir is allowed to do so

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  • 24 January 2013 01:20, by Kenyang

    On other hand, we all must thank Governor Chol Tong Mayay for his gracious and agreeing to disagree with President of Republic without causing a shed of blood but instead went home to his family. He was even reportedly tellying his people not to protest or carry out violent demonstration because of this...
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  • 24 January 2013 01:33, by Kenyang

    Folks, Late George Athor Deng went on to kill hundreds of his own people because he think he won election but was cheated. Here, an actual winner, Gov. of Lake State is being sent home without even consultation of his populace without a drop blood. We must be thankful.

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    • 24 January 2013 17:06, by James Maker Akok

      Kenyang,
      No body will supporting gang criminals doing and Gangers Criminal must have to be brought down but if Governor of State doesn’t do that to brought Gangers Criminals, he/she will be fire from governor job because we don’t need State to be Gangers Criminals specially Lakes State is a Headquarter for South Sudan Government and it must be clean, that why president Kiir did that.

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  • 24 January 2013 08:08, by wvodthwl
  • 1 April 2013 12:50, by oliviafleming

    Lakes state youth activists and various women’s associations merged in Rumbek central county to stage a demonstration.

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  • 13 June 2013 07:15, by James

    It is interesting to see all of this. I know a couple of people from Sudan and they are always talking about how great the country would be if all the negatives were turned to positives. thebestestever

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  • 18 June 2013 08:44, by johncartaz

    Philip Ater, a student, said many people were confused by the president’s “unexpected” decision and that questions remain over who will be better to lead the state.Joey Atlas Cellulite

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