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January 9, 2013 (KAMPALA) – Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni on Thursday held talks with Rebecca Nyandeng, widow of South Sudan’s former leader John Garang, on the current crisis in new nation.

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Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni (L) and South Sudan’s Rebecca Nyandeng in Rwakitura January 9, 2014 (PPU photo) (AFP/Getty)

The duo, state house said a statement, mainly discussed the security situation in South Sudan, especially the recent events that occurred after the conflict and uprising in the country.

The meeting, which took place at president’s country home in Rwakitura, also explored matters of mutual interest between the two brotherly countries.

Nyandeng, an advisor to President Salva Kiir, has been critical of the leadership, emerging among those advocating for change within the country’s ruling Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement (SPLM).

Nine politicians currently remain in jail over their alleged involvement in what government says was a failed coup attempt on Kiir’s regime. Also implicated was South Sudan former vice-president, Riek Machar, who denies the accusations.

Over 1,000 people have been killed and nearly 200,000 displaced in the country’s worst-ever outbreak of violence since its July 2011 secession from Sudan.

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  • 10 January 12:20, by omoni jr.

    Dr john Garang was Not stupid to united south sudanese in 2002 when he reconciled with Dr Reik machar. John was Not so stupid to put unity first before leadership.

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    • 10 January 12:23, by omoni jr.

      Mr. kiir will be remembered as.
      1-coup liar.
      2-divisive idiot- Dinka Vs Nuer.
      3- hungry power.
      4-young dictator.
      5-hatred promoter.
      6 -ugly and rude insect.
      7-tribalist.

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      • 10 January 12:30, by omoni jr.

        mama Nyandeng need to distance herself from this murderer called M7. He is an African evil man that deserve nothing but bullet in his ass.
        Now ,in Aruu county,nothern Uganda, many soldier died and M7 told their loves that the soldiers died of accidents related matter. And the truth is they were killed at the Pariak Battle by Gen:peter Gadet.

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        • 10 January 13:22, by BM-21

          Rebeccah Nyandeng Chol@
          Pan muony jang na ci nguon ajith ciiu ka tok cok,yin abi nhialic ee junub sudan tok cok mama,otherwise stop running after men.you are loosing the history of your late husand Dr. John Garang De Mabior.
          Nyandeng you think that the Greater bar ghazel were don,t know how pipo can defeacted like riak in 1991 to joine him?
          what is wrong now during kiir regime then you with Majak

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      • 10 January 13:18, by Mapuor

        Preside4nt Kiir will be remembered as:
        1.The first president of the republic of South Sudan.
        2.The first vice president of the Republic of Sudan .
        3.The first GOSS president who presided over both referendum and secession of SS.
        4.The first SPLA C-IN-C who convinced Nyagaats to join the SPLA.
        5.Kiir will be remembered as less corrupt president in Africa.

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      • 10 January 14:11, by Reconciliation

        Ye ngo ja man yin kaya nyendeng!yin nyen len ci cuul Garang dom ba tau yi theer.acin ke leu ye wet junub yic.ye ngo diec uganda diet akueec.yin abi thou e ruon.

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    • 10 January 12:26, by Peter Mading

      In-laws of Rebecca has forgotten their role. In African traditions which is a tradition that is so paramount in Jieng Community- A widow is inherited so that she can feel and experinec signs of the continuing authority. Leaving her to roam and inherit anyone she loves is a big failure of those kinsmen of Garang. She is still young n can still practice the game

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    • 10 January 13:30, by Mapuor

      Nyandeng is just a senior whore who should not be valued for achieving anything.She was accommodated by Kiir as his adviser for gender just to get money to cater for her kids.I at times wonder as to how some lunatics take Nyandeng!Did she get Garangs PhD intramurally?She is a semi literate villager who is not fluent in any international language,leave alone knowing politics.

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    • 10 January 15:06, by mathem jech amer

      To ALL food lovers
      Bentiu has already been captured by SPLA, self-claimed governor had been killed....ahahahaha..

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  • 10 January 12:39, by Chol A.

    Wow! nyandeng want to divorce his second man Dr greedy Riek now she want to be Museveni second wife while his son still inserting his head under his mother underwear and follow dr Riek!, Nyandeng you totally shame John Garang family and Bor community, but you will always be suffer with endless shame in South Sudan women history because of joining hand with enemy of your husband you are stupid mum

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  • 10 January 12:57, by Gabriel KK

    Who is Nyandeng? is she the one responsible for second genocide in Bor or Riek. She will be held accountable for this mess and killing too.

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  • 10 January 13:01, by Positive Thinker

    it was Hero Dr. Garang who made peace with Dr. Riek for the sake of South Sudan in 2002 not Nyandeng. So Dr. John like Mandela is a forgiving man.
    When Garang died Dr. Riek was his number three in the SPLM. I think we need to respect our leaders no matter how we disagree with them. President kiir, Dr. Riek Mama Nyandeng and all those who are in leadership

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    • 10 January 13:20, by Mapuor

      Preside4nt Kiir will be remembered as:
      1.The first president of the republic of South Sudan.
      2.The first vice president of the Republic of Sudan .
      3.The first GOSS president who presided over both referendum and secession of SS.
      4.The first SPLA C-IN-C who convinced Nyagaats to join the SPLA.
      5.Kiir will be remembered as less corrupt president in Africa.

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  • 10 January 13:28, by Mapuor

    Nyandeng is just a senior whore who should not be valued for achieving anything.She was accomodated by Kiir as his advisor for gender just to get money to cater for her kids.I at times wonder as to how some lunatics take Nyandeng!Did she get Garangs PhD intramurally?She is a semi literate villager who is not fluent in any international language,leave alone knowing politics.

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  • 11 January 07:10, by tootke’bai-ngo

    MAPOUR,
    PLEASE STOP CALLING MAMA NYANDENG NAMES. IF YOU WANT TO TALK ABOUT PROSTITUTION, PLEASE GO DO BACKGROUND CHECK ON OUR CURRENT LEADERS, STARTED WITH PRESIDENT KIIR & HIS WIVES INCLUDING THE ONE THAT ARAB BUSSINESSMAN IMPREGNATED IN WAU.

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