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Gbudue state governor returns amid detention rumours

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October 16, 2016 (YAMBIO) – The governor of Gbudue, one of South Sudan’s new states returned to the capital, Yambio Sunday, ending the widespread speculation that he had been detained in the country’s capital, Juba.

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Gbudue state governor Patrick Zamoi speaking to journalists at in Nzara airstrip March 4, 2016 (ST)

He was away from Yambio for nearly three months.

Governor Patrick Raphael Zamoi, however, told reporters on arrival that he was in Juba to meet investors on investment deals.

“I went to Juba to meet the national government and ambassadors to discuss with them on how they could come to Gbudue state to embark on developmental activities after conflict,” he explained.

The governor said he met investors from the United States and China who expressed willingness to invest in his state, stressing that such initiatives would benefit Gbudue states after months of instability.

Zamoi also dismissed reports that he had been detained in the South Sudan capital.

He said commanders of South Sudan National Liberation Movement (SSNLM), who signed peace agreement with government in April this year, were due to meet the president in coming days amid plans to integrate them in the organised forces.

(ST)

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  • 17 October 2016 21:46, by Wani khooto

    can you imagine how some dude especial Bari and Nuer just spread rumors to create instability in our country. what i know is that those people who need war had never been to front-line to taste and feel the bullet yet the are preaching war.my dear fool in Central Equatoria during the 21 yrs war you were just enjoying in Juba with Arab, you never experiences what is war and suffering, be careful

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    • 18 October 2016 16:01, by Whortti Bor Manza

      The governor is lying. Where in WES to carry out investment?
      The governor narrowly missed death from the arrow boys when travelling between Diabio and Yangiri while coming from his home town of Tombura. All the roads to WES are closed except by air.you can only fool others not us the really SPLA who know every area in Equatoria as we fought in the front at Boo bridge.

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  • 17 October 2016 21:55, by Wani khooto

    there is no more Arab to hide under their ass. also stop these ideas of "WE EQUATORIAN"no way, as equatorial is just a region like other region in south Sudan.let be serious and tell the truth, i know Bari don’t want any one in Juba, which is abnormal idea and that why the are beating a drum of war yet the can not fight that war.Torit is now peaceful and we have our affairs,why talking shit blame

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