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June 1, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudan said Japanese Toyota Company has accepted to construct an alternative oil pipeline from the landlocked nation to the Kenyan Port of Lamu.

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President Salva Kiir and the delegation meeting the Toyota team (goss)

The decision, according to South Sudan’s commerce, trade and industry minister, came during a meeting between President Salva Kiir and Toyota’s chairperson, Junzo Shimizu.

“The president met and held talks with the chairperson of the Japanese Toyota company and discussed number of issues. One of the things which were discussed was the construction of the alternative oil pipeline. The meeting was successful one.

The chairperson of the Toyota Company had accepted to construct the alternative oil pipeline to the Lamu port”, Garang Diing Akuong told the state-owned television (SSTV).

President Kiir and Shimizu, the minister added, also discussed ways of how Toyota can benefit from the existing business opportunities in the country.

He did not, however, reveal how much money was required for construction of the new pipeline, estimated by the state-owned television to be about $4bn.

Construction of the oil pipeline is expected to boost South Sudan’s oil export, given that the landlocked country solely relies on transport facilities that pass through neighbouring Sudan.

In March 2012, heads of states from Kenya, Ethiopia and South Sudan convened Lamu, a Kenyan town on the Indian Ocean, to launch the construction of a port and oil pipeline said to be costing up to $16 billion. The Lamu project is widely seen as the best option to South Sudan crude oil exports.

Five months later, Kenya and South Sudan signed a memorandum of understanding to develop and expand a framework of cooperation and partnership between the two states on the principle of equality, mutual benefit, mutual understanding, respect and trust.

The areas of cooperation included the development of a crude oil pipeline between the oil fields of South Sudan and the port of Lamu.

A halt in South Sudan’s oil production, early last year, prompted the land locked country to devise alternative ways of managing its oil resources, which account for nearly 98% of the country’s annual budget.

Meanwhile, Akuong said Kiir, who is currently on a visit to Japan, also held separate talks with the Japanese prime minister, during which the South Sudan leader lauded the cooperation between the two countries.

Kiir, the minister noted, specifically thanked the government of Japan and its business groups for services extended to the new nation in the areas of humanitarian assistance and development.

“The president met today and held talks with [the] Japanese prime minister and senior members of the Japanese government. It was fruitful meeting. The president commended the government of Japan for cooperation and assistance in various areas,” Akuong said.

The two leaders, he added, accepted to work together to strengthen bilateral relations between them and promote investment for business communities in various areas within South Sudan.

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  • 2 June 2013 08:07, by Jalaby

    Bunch of liars as usual, who is going to believe you thieves? HAHAHAHA
    laughinglaughing

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    • 2 June 2013 08:09, by Jalaby

      Remember when Kiir and his bunch of thieves came back from China and said China agreed to grant us $10bn to build the infrastructure in the south and it turned out to be a shame lies!!
      How many times they said we will build pipeline through Kenya every time Salva Kiir meets with Kenyan president?

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      • 2 June 2013 08:11, by Jalaby

        how many times they said we will soon start carrying the oil through big vehicles and tankers through Djibouti?
        nothing of all that shit declarations have ever happened and it’s just a fake political bubbles they mention them every time when their relation becomes bad with Khartoum and the purpose of these fake bubbles are just to scare Khartoum and nothing more!

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        • 2 June 2013 08:14, by Jalaby

          So wait a minute thieves, you said Toyota company showed its readiness to build the pipeline through Kenya,so you granted them this big billion of dollars project without opening a fair tender and bid for all international companies and then you select the best deal from among them?

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          • 2 June 2013 08:15, by Jalaby

            what is the purpose of the feasibility study then if you’re not going to open a fair tender? at what cost Toyota will build this pipeline having the fact that the south produces only 350k bpd and the south oil production is decreasing and not increasing by the time?

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            • 2 June 2013 08:19, by Jalaby

              how you will deal with Chinese companies which they’ve international agreement with you of having the right to benefit from each barrel of oil you export? will you deprive their right? if yes then they will complain you to international court and you will end up paying them huge money, if no then will it be profitable to share that tiny oil with Japanese and Chinese

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              • 2 June 2013 08:25, by Jalaby

                and you will end up just doing it for charity if not having a great loss!
                Any news you hear about building pipeline bla bla is just a bullshit and ignore it,Khartoum needs to put more pressure on this inadequate president and force him to use his power and stops these pockets in the south who still supporting Sudan rebels and putting Sudan national security at risk!

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                • 2 June 2013 09:20, by Majongdit

                  al beshir’s last wife is on fire...oh holy ghost fire
                  jalaby, keep it to yourself. all that is paining you is not hard to comprehend. so, mind your own bussiness.

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                • 2 June 2013 10:32, by Anyanya Son

                  Mr. Jellaba,
                  There is nothing done wrong by the president and the delegations who went to Japan. This should have no debate at all because it is a very significant step that have been taken by our president which can benefit our country. You have right as a citizen of that country to blame the government if something done wrong, and I appreciate when doing something good to the country

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                  • 2 June 2013 13:03, by Mi diit

                    I agree with Jalaby on this particular point. That visionless leader called Kiir is not serious in every thing he says. Pipeline, pipeline, oil shipment by road to Djibouti through Ethiopia is what I have been reading for the last one year. No implementation so far. Kiir could be enjoying himself in Japan while fooling the people home as usual.

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                    • 2 June 2013 13:08, by Mi diit

                      And besides, this issue of Toyota company wanting to build the pipeline is not news either. The first time I read it on Sudan Tribune was last year that they agreed with petroleum minister. What happened? Why it didn’t implement their agreement with the ministry of petroleum and mining?

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                    • 2 June 2013 22:31, by panom lualbil

                      Be independent man...dont let Arabs or JALABY always drive you or used you bcuz this is what made you a curse. How come you conspired with enemy against your president if you’re not a foolish enough!

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              • 2 June 2013 08:32, by aguotwany@live.com

                Jalabia, what is bothering you on this our country meeting with the government of Japan ? It will be better for you to plan an exit before Khartuom is out , where are you planning to immigrate to ? We will prosecute some of you in the Republic of South , Sudan courts of Justice as soon your regime in Khartoum overrun . Focus on your country future than bitching on great Republic of South, Sudan.

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              • 2 June 2013 08:53, by william mawien

                So jalaby why are you scared of south sudan having an Altanitave pipe line ? Are you scared that your economic might collapse by 2014-2015 when we start oil export through lamu Kenya ? In fact not only construction of oil pipe line but high way to link south Sudan to sea port (lamu) president huru kenyatta held serious meeting with Brazilian prime minister to construct high way from Kenya to south

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                • 2 June 2013 09:03, by william mawien

                  After resolving abyei,oil pipe line Demarcation of boundaries with Sudan we will make sure that we shut down the borders with because is a threat to the development to our young nation we can not have development in south Sudan when we still have some ties with Sudan

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              • 2 June 2013 18:13, by Tiger

                Jalaby.
                why do it have to itchy you in your ass whether Toyota company is going to build our pipeline or not,all the resources we have in the South does not belong to your government anymore,stop poking your nose into SS businesses mother fucker.

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        • 2 June 2013 11:51, by Peacocktail

          Jallaba,
          Why are you astonished on every Development in South Sudan, if they wanted to carried their Oil on truck by road by railway line then that is their own affairs. Keep your dirty nose out of South Sudan affairs. they shall develop their Country to be like other developed Countries with Oil Wealth.
          The Delegation should have signed the deals into MOU for phasing implementation.Good for RSS

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      • 2 June 2013 08:24, by Mach

        You northerners were laughing the same way; when we told you we need an independent South Sudan. Years later; an independent South Sudan became a reality. Today the idea of an autonomous South Sudan is no longer a joke. Here we go again about our alternative pipeline to Port of Lamu Kenya and it’s funny to the very same people who believe an independent South Sudan was humorous.

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        • 2 June 2013 08:31, by Jalaby

          Mach,
          You’re a liar, in fact coward too because Garang movement was never fighting for separating the south but they were fighting for one new Sudan and you know very well that Garang never had mercy to separatists but suppressed them quickly and you yourself were so scared to call for South separation during that time!!

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          • 2 June 2013 08:46, by Mach

            Jalaby, did you know the people of South Sudan voted over 90% for separation? The idea of New Sudan or separate Sudan wasn’t up to any individuals who advocate to either choice but it was up to the people of South Sudan and the people choice separation. You don’t like it then it’s your own problem.

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          • 2 June 2013 09:03, by Majongdit

            Jalaby,
            I know you are burning with rage!!!! There’s no way out again. It has to be like that. Congrats Cde Chairman, President Salva Kiir Mayardit.

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        • 2 June 2013 08:35, by Mach

          Jalaby, you probably worrying about the money you borrowed from the Chinese thinking that South Sudan oil was yours to pay back Chinese debt. Little that you knew the oil in South Sudan was going to be control by its owners who are South Sudanese. Now what you’re doing is; throwing yourselves up and down like a fish out of water wondering how you would pay back your creditors!

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          • 2 June 2013 09:08, by Jalaby

            Mach,
            HAHAHAHA
            You’re talking as if Toyota has finished building the pipeline or will build it just overnight!! wake up man!
            The purpose of Salva Kiir’s visit to Japan is just to scare Khartoum and the outcome of it is null but wasting money in traveling and hotels spending!!
            Forget about economical profit or loss of this new pipeline

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            • 2 June 2013 09:12, by Jalaby

              which I’m very sure unprofitable and no company will spend billion of dollars in useless project otherwise if it’s profitable then your friends Israel and America will come first to built it for you instead of US asking Khartoum not to block the pipeline again, the internal unsecured situation is another reason that no other pipeline will ever see the light

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              • 2 June 2013 09:20, by Jalaby

                the south is deeply odds and nothing unite them on common other than hatred to north, now you separated yourself from north, why can’t you build your country and stop interfering yourself in Sudan issues and supporting the rebels? why you moved it just few months after separation to a piece of hell and you couldn’t make any positive development but all negatives!!!

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                • 2 June 2013 09:25, by Jalaby

                  You know why? because simply the south components are invalid for building a nation and country that can survive among nations, your mission has completely stopped after you separated yourself from north and you’ve no idea how?when?where? and what is the next step after separation? no answer because no vision/mission and sovereignty among you guys!!

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                  • 2 June 2013 11:11, by Nibs

                    This is a very good news, only lunatics who are out of touch with realities ( NCP ass-licking sycophants) are against it. I would like to urge Mr. President to visit US or Israel. From there buy chemical weapons, give some to SRF. If you do that, south sudan will see everlasting peace.

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                  • 2 June 2013 22:51, by panom lualbil

                    JALABY, remember the ones who agreed with you here whenever your comments are against our GOVERNMENT, are slaves whom your PRESIDENT AL BASHIIR spoiled, leave our oils’ route alone, faggot. You should know that anything we pursued is without failures, so wait you’ll see ’sucessful alternative line’ soon or later.

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              • 2 June 2013 09:35, by Mach

                Jalaby, so the pipeline now is useless and expensive to build because it’s going through Kenya; but when we built it through Sudan it was useful and cheaper to build! You see how funny does it sound?

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    • 2 June 2013 09:01, by Dinkawarrior

      Jalaby!
      You always had headache when you hear that kind of news! Anyway, you a great changes to steal whatever amount you Oil needed to be buried in Khartoum. I have been laughing after I heard Sudan lying they"produces 133.000 barrels of oil daily"it’s another way of steal our Oil. Mr. Cowboy you needs to speed up. The NCP is trying to fool you.

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      • 2 June 2013 10:05, by Dinkawarrior

        Correction!
        Anyway, you have a great chance to steal whatever amount of Oil you needed to be buried in Khartoum.

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    • 2 June 2013 16:24, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

      Jalaby
      a defeated person say thievs always. Please, Kiir triped never became negative always he come with fruit like mango, to feed Riak Machar and corruptist people in his government.

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  • 2 June 2013 08:36, by Costa

    jalaby
    your rection clearly shows that the move is troubling you and the entire basheer gangs. I bet basheer is already thinking of another visit to south sudan for apology, but this time it is serious.

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  • 2 June 2013 09:02, by Pif Paf

    I thought Toyota already agreed to build this pipeline ?? Anyways, Jau Jau sounds like a Japanese word. Maybe it’s destiny, Jau Jau will be hunting Japanese in the future.

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    • 2 June 2013 09:12, by william mawien

      Pif paf jau jau you re supporting with weapons and financially will soon finish like George author you first supported to threaten safety in south Sudan

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    • 2 June 2013 09:16, by Majongdit

      you are a waste and an out-cast gay, pif paf.
      you think you too can talk when we talk? please respect class...

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  • 2 June 2013 09:12, by Majongdit

    THIS IS ALL WHAT WE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR. THIS WILL ABSOLUTELY RESULT IN TERRIBLE CHANGE OF EVENTS FOR SUDAN. SUDAN SHALL STRAIGHT AWAY LOSE THE ECONOMIC WAR. SUDAN DOES NOT HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO WIN ANY OTHER WAR. IN THIS, I SEE A COUNTRY COME CRUMBLING DOWN, THE COUNTRY CALLED SUDAN.

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  • 2 June 2013 09:45, by wang

    Accepted but not sign yet, what that meant? We have done with Kiir and he can only fool those who are still believes in/on him… we will search for another an alternative pipeline when time comes… but not now….

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    • 2 June 2013 12:31, by Jalaby

      Wang,
      You’re right my friend, Kiir is just fooling them and trying to save some time!
      These Dinka guys are left with no other choice but to believe Mr. Kiir although many of them are 100% sure he is lying to them and making "Storm in a teacup" but still they need to believe him and live with his all lies as reality,

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      • 2 June 2013 12:37, by Jalaby

        they believe that they’re in the same boat with Mr. Kiir and they should support him whether he is right or wrong otherwise the boat will sink and drown them all!
        These guys are under psychological problem now and they have to believe all Mr. Kiir lies and convince themselves they’re true although their minds don’t accept them, I really feel sorry for them!!

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        • 2 June 2013 13:28, by Frank

          Jalaby, you irritated me to the fullest today and I wasn’t interested in your irrational behavior ever since. You are a pathological liar, retarded, lunatic who deserve not be allowed by this website to post comments. Your analysis can’t hold water at all, you resorted to support views of those liitle minds on this website like you, who view South Sudan in the lens of tribal lines.

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        • 2 June 2013 13:37, by Frank

          Jalaby, just because Wang is an idiot waging war of tribalism, you called him a friend, because wang wants the downfall of Vice President, you think he is doing any good. There’s no any problem for the Kiir to say he has an agreement with the Toyota boss, it doesn’t mean the contract has been award lol. Just for kind comment, please refrain from inciting South Sudanese.

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  • 2 June 2013 10:55, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

    Jalaby! I think you couldn’t sleep since you heard about that! I think the move is really troubling you as some of my brothers mentioned here. What’s bugging you about the idea of South Sudan building a new pipeline? Please mind your own business and think about solving your internal problems. Fighting in Darfur, Blue Nile, South Kordofan, your president wanted by ICC..etc.

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  • 2 June 2013 11:05, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

    Actually, we want to build our own country, but the problem is, will Sudan allow us to build our own country ? Sudan has never done good to South Sudan since independence. Sudan had looted the resources of South Sudan for years and have tried their best to take us backward in everything(education, infrastructure..etc.)but there are GOOD NEWS which you don’t know ya Jalaba.

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  • 2 June 2013 11:14, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

    The GOOD NEWS is that South Sudan is now an independent country. Jalaba can’t accept that fact and I pity them for that. They think that we are still their slaves when we have already taken our freedom, by our own hands. Go on Salva Kiir with what you are doing, nothing can stop you!

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  • 2 June 2013 11:31, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

    So, "South Components are invalid for building a nation and country"...REALLY?..so you have reached such a conclusion just in less than two years? I know this is what many Jalaba wish to South Sudan (though there are some who wish us good). What you don’t know is that, your hatred and bad wishes to us give us the determination to go ahead. Thanks a lot! Time will reveal everything!

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    • 2 June 2013 20:33, by Oppressor

      If unjust saw continuing in the darkness learn that an end to the inevitable

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    • 2 June 2013 20:59, by Oppressor

      If unjust saw continuing in the darkness learn that an end to the inevitable

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  • 2 June 2013 13:50, by Northern Sudanese

    kiir once said he received 4 billion from china, where is it lol?

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    • 2 June 2013 14:53, by South South

      Northern Sudanese,
      I do believe your ass is burning from this news, right ?

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      • 2 June 2013 14:59, by Northern Sudanese

        actually, I am more like LMAO loool

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  • 2 June 2013 13:57, by Northern Sudanese

    BTW , I thought Toyota was a car manufacturing company, since when was it specialized in oil production?

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    • 2 June 2013 14:19, by Jalaby

      Northern Sudanese,
      Your question does make sense and it’s my first time to get to know that Toyota builds oil pipeline! What really astonished me that Toyota did the feasibility study for the oil pipeline too!! where on the world that you give billion of dollars project to the same company that did the feasibility study or the RFP?where?

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      • 2 June 2013 14:23, by Jalaby

        for the sake of fairness, quality and avoiding the conflict of interest you never give such huge project to the same organization that did that study and without going through long processes of tendering and procurement!!!
        That can only happen in S Sudan and Mr. Kiir is selling them goods that doesn’t exist in the market, in other words, selling them dreams!!

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      • 2 June 2013 15:04, by South South

        Jalaby,
        Watch your ass with your hands and stick middle fingers into your ass to do (Gatha Jamara), that is what you are good at. For oil pipe between South Sudan and Toyota is not your business, so shut up and go and fuck yourself.

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        • 2 June 2013 15:27, by Northern Sudanese

          South monkey
          did you finish cleaning a cows but by sticking your tongue deep inside? damn your some disgusting creature, even barbarians seem to be more civilized, suck my dick you bold headed whore. why would we even be bothered to interfere in your business when we know nothing will change on the ground loool

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      • 2 June 2013 15:09, by Northern Sudanese

        Jalaby
        exactly , I mean why would such a large company be interested in oil production? every company is specialized in one area for e.g chevron , chinese oil companies , sudapet ect...... why would toyota be even bothered to invest about 4 billion of dollars in a field which has nothing to do with car production + in a country not safe for investment + with no previous experience.....

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      • 2 June 2013 16:35, by Mach

        Those who believe the Toyota Company only built cars and therefore they cannot design and build the pipeline is like saying; Boeing is an airplane company that only build planes and hence; they don’t have any ability to design and build cars! The notion that somehow you Sudanese knows better than South Sudan is just a fairytale; the condition of your country shows nothing clever about you at all!

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        • 2 June 2013 19:18, by Northern Sudanese

          Machit
          since when does a car company produce oil? are you really that illiterate to believe that shit? no wonder you have the highest illiteracy rate in the world..... lets say we are dumb, are you smart? drinking cow urine and cow raids are increasing in your landlocked shithole nowadays, we are developing by dams , roads , factories and list goes on.... loool nerds!

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        • 2 June 2013 19:24, by Northern Sudanese

          Mach
          a car company to built a pipeline and give up more than halve its revenue in investing on a project nothing to do with car manufacturing? in a country known for starvation , unsafe for investments , worst health crisis ect.....? thats more like Bullshit..... if you believe that, then no wonder your landlocked shithole has the highest illiteracy rate....

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        • 2 June 2013 19:25, by Northern Sudanese

          Mach
          the condition of our country is faaaar better than yours which can’t feed halve its people, thats how clever you whores are lol

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    • 2 June 2013 14:59, by South South

      Northern Sudanese,
      Abdelrahaim,
      Oh my God !!!! You are out again with very stupid question. Google Toyota company and find out what they do now. Also, Toyota has money and can contract and company in the world to do oil pipe. Oh my God !!!!!! Help us from fake Arabs who do not know anything but put out very stupid questions to the public. God help us from them.

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      • 2 June 2013 15:04, by Northern Sudanese

        South Monkey
        I am giving a simple question, I never heard Toyota having anything to do with oil at all. companies are not specialized in everything no matter how big they are. Toyota is a simple car manufacturing company , just like BMW , Mercedes or any other car manufacturing company. I don’t even know why I am replying to a monkey, monkey go back to your zoo....

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        • 2 June 2013 15:18, by South South

          Northern Sudanese,
          Abdelrahim,
          My comment hit your ass very hard. Toyota will do South Sudan oil pipe. If you and your mother do not like it, then do "Gatha Jamara". A man with 3 colors ( brown, back and red). Remember what I told you long time ago. There are two colors God created for mankind, that is Black and White. Any color for human being between them is a man made color. Stupid and gay.

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          • 2 June 2013 15:23, by Northern Sudanese

            South whore
            hahahaha it seems you and yo bold headed mama got fucked very hard yesterday, how much did your pussies make yesterday? did they make $5 this time? poor whores living in huts, suck my dick! am too big for you, like I said before its better to advertise your hairy pussy somewhere else, the smell of cow urine which you shower everyday is so damn bad OMG go away you whore!

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            • 2 June 2013 21:33, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

              Northern Sudanese, please mind your vulgar language. You have the right to express your views but not in the language you are using now. I think you are so narrow-minded and you don’t have the ability to express your views in a polite and logical way. This place is for open-minded people to express their views with freedom and without using such an abusive language.

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              • 2 June 2013 22:54, by Northern Sudanese

                proud.to.be.south.sudanese
                may be if your monkey brother didn’t mention my mum I wouldn’t have had to insult his damn low life family :)

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              • 2 June 2013 22:55, by Northern Sudanese

                proud.to.be.south.sudanese
                use your brains next time.....

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                • 3 June 2013 09:21, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

                  Northern Sudanese, you are the one who needs to use his brain. I feel sorry for you cause you are so emotional and easily offended. So, because someone abused you, you will also abuse them, then what is the difference between you? what an interesting justification for using bad language! I think your mother will be disappointed if she finds out that you are using such a slang and vulgar language.

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                  • 4 June 2013 17:57, by Northern Sudanese

                    proud.to.be.south.sudanese
                    listen up dude, first of all , what do you want from me? why are you talking to me and not to the dude who started it? itts simple, your both from the same landlocked shithole :) if someone insults me, i will insult him! if someone smacks me, I smack him back , you get it? instead of talking about my mum , think about your own :) has she kicked you out lol? or what?

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                  • 4 June 2013 18:00, by Northern Sudanese

                    proud.to.be.south.sudanese
                    so your saying my parents would be proud to see me accept all those insults of me and them on the internet? and your telling me that I need to use my brains? listen up dude, go have your urine shower...... don’t worry, your illiterate over 70% of your people are so I wouldn’t mind your stupidity, fuck off you bitch :)

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      • 2 June 2013 15:19, by Northern Sudanese

        South Monkey
        even my little brother would know that Toyota is nothing but a car manufacturing company. Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is a multinational auto maker whos HQ’s are in Toyota,Aichi , Japan. In addition to that,Toyota has never been part in anything to do with oil production, it would be great if you show evidence of TMC investing in oil production, let alone building pipes ok monkey?

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        • 2 June 2013 18:05, by South South

          Northern Sudanese,
          Abdelrahim,
          Read here dog fake Arab to learn : "Toyota is divided into six major business divisions that include metals, machinery and electronics, automotive, energy and chemicals. It also has divisions that deal with produce, foodstuff and other materials"
          Oh my God !!!! Help us from these Fake Arabs who know nothing.

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        • 2 June 2013 18:08, by South South

          northern Sudanese,
          Abdelrahim,
          Dog, coward and stupid. Read here to learn about Toyota: "Toyota is divided into six major business divisions that include metals, machinery and electronics, automotive, energy and chemicals. It also has divisions that deal with produce, foodstuff and other materials:
          Dog of the dog and stupid.

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          • 2 June 2013 19:15, by Northern Sudanese

            South Monkey
            monkey looking humans who drink urine everyday and get fucked by a cow have wasted enough of my time, of course toyota is specialized in metals , chemicals and electronics ect..... how will they built cars? monkey style by rocks and mud lol? dude, you can believe whatever you want, whatever makes you sleep better at night is only a good thing :)

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            • 2 June 2013 21:35, by South South

              Northern Sudanese,
              Abdekrahim,
              Dog and stupid can not understand anything. Toyota specialized in energy too which means it is working on the oil too. Ministry of oil in some countries is called Ministry of energy. Now, when you say this: "of course toyota is specialized in metals , chemicals and electronics ect..... how will they built cars?"
              So chemicals are used to build cars ? right ? Stupid

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              • 2 June 2013 22:52, by Northern Sudanese

                South Monkey
                you low soul urine drinking whore, your head is burning thats why you not making any more sense
                ’’So chemicals are used to build cars ?’’ first of all, you need to go to a doctor......secondly, isn’t it you who mentioned chemicals before me? your so damn dumb, are you really that illiterate???

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          • 2 June 2013 19:27, by Northern Sudanese

            enjoy your urine shower before you sleep, ok monkey? lol

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          • 2 June 2013 19:40, by Oppressor

            Seriously i had enough of ur idiocy ya Humar of South South can’t u think ohh my God i can’t take it any more believe me insects have something called mind but u have an empty skull ya what can i Say ??? ahhhaa aaaahhhh we are telling u Kirr is cheating you think well for once ..

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      • 2 June 2013 20:09, by Oppressor

        South South Big Mouth u did read my comment!! "Committee completes investigation into money stolen from PPl poor Of South .. were is the $4 billions stollen by 75 MPs ya haramya.. tell me South south & chol & DengII can’t u comment on this don’t hide say something for the sake of poor ppl...

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        • 2 June 2013 20:35, by Northern Sudanese

          opressor
          hahahahaha straight in his face bro hahahaha

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  • 2 June 2013 15:16, by Bona K

    What are you trying to preaches us for? Toyota is a cars industrial company and we knew it, however, Toyota can make investment for South Sudan project in other way that can proceeding the dream come true pipe line project through port Lamu. Are you getting irate? "Big yes." If there was a way of admits the truth among the two Sudanese, then such an attitudes, provoking, and failing apart would be

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    • 2 June 2013 15:36, by Northern Sudanese

      Bona K
      we are speaking about an ’’oil’’ pipeline which costs about $4 billion dollars. Toyota is a ’’car’’ manufacturing company, whose total assets are worth about 9-10 billion usd. you think Toyota would invest $4 billion in a field which it is not specialized in? if we were talking about millions that would have been believable...

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      • 2 June 2013 16:21, by Bona K

        Northern Sudan
        Accepts from the Japanese as you quite know them that they are Toyota manufacturers. Who have to neglect their participation of what the believed they can do? You must stick or stuck on Kiir as a liar, but wait to see if you are not jealous for the failure of your out law regime called NCP who always a big liar. For the matter of millions or billions the Toyota has. It is your asum

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        • 2 June 2013 16:32, by Bona K

          Northern Sudan
          assumptions that you thought they cann’t afford it. However, you heard the message and you saw the Japanese sat with President Kiir for their planning. So, let’s exercise the reasons why your government is a failure for the sake of living and peace in the whole Sudan.

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        • 2 June 2013 20:39, by Northern Sudanese

          Bona K
          if ncp lies or doesn’t, the development in the last 2 years has been faaar better than development in south sudan (if there was any) tell me one single major development in south sudan since independence, can you name any lol?
          you can believe st lies, you people are illiterate

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      • 2 June 2013 22:32, by Nuer Empire

        N Sudanese.They have so many objectives,its not about cars alone.

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        • 2 June 2013 22:48, by Northern Sudanese

          Nuer Empire
          yes, therefore they are going to invest more than halve their revenues on a project that has nothing to do with car manufacturing? never heard off......

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  • 2 June 2013 15:21, by Bona K

    abolished since day one from the began of errors of North Sudan.

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    • 2 June 2013 15:57, by Nuer Empire

      Ahaha!! See Tikyualkuoth sitting there with his hat at the top of his head.
      The Nuer Empire

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      • 2 June 2013 20:45, by Nibs

        Northern illiterate,
        Small knowledge is dangerous, you think you’re a clever fellow but i’m afraid you’re proving your advanced stupidity and lack of intellectuals foundation. Sure Toyota is car manufacturing company but it also constructs oil refineries and P/Ls. For instance, P/L from mombasa (kenya) to Nairobi & from Nairobi to kampala (uganda) was constructed by Toyota!

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        • 2 June 2013 21:22, by Northern Sudanese

          Nibshit
          don’t tell me you don’t know the difference between a corporation and a company,the one that built the pipe in uganda is toyota tsusho corporation,its just a similar name and not toyota company! they are all from Japan, you see, you must use your brains if you have some, of course small knowledge is dangerous,thats why you got such a dumb name lol + tsusho only still biding you dumb fuck!

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          • 3 June 2013 06:58, by Nibs

            LOL, you’ve really invented a funny joke. What is the different between a company and a corporate?! There is only one Toyota tsusho in Japan and indeed the entire world.

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            • 4 June 2013 18:03, by Northern Sudanese

              Nibshit
              corporation and company have the same meaning, thats the real joke here looool
              yes there is only one tshuso company located in toyota, but the company mentioned here is just toyota company and not tsusho you get it nibshit? LOL

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  • 2 June 2013 23:24, by Newman

    They’re just sitting there enjoying being abroad, Japan. what a bunch of idiots with a foolish,and empty brains. Like said last time when peoples don’t know where they’re going, they begin to experiments everything over, and over again with the same results.These peoples(Southerness)are not going anywhere,because they lack integrity everywhere.They forgot the idea that you make peace with your pas

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