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Boma state urges Jonglei state authorities to call back youth

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May 2, 2017 (BOR) -The recent fighting that erupted between Boma and Jonglei state youth in Manybol area in Boma on Monday, triggered concerns between the two governments, with Boma state calling on Jonglei state to ask the youth to return.

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Jonglei state had entered into Boma state since Friday, claiming to peruse their stolen heads of cattles and children some months back. This is the second time youth from Jonglei have entered Boma state.

Boma state information minister, Achan John said the state governor requested his Jonglei state counterpart to call back the youth, amid assurance they will recover the cattle.

“We have collected 35 heads of cattle, and we want to return them to Jonglei state. We are working hard to return the cattle, but they did not give us the chance. The civilians keeping cattle are not around, they are in far areas like Kongkong and Jom because of the dry season”, he said.

Peter Labelel, one of the Boma state officials told Sudan Tribune that Jonglei youth attacked the area, killed people and burnt houses.

“The youth of Jonglei had taken law into their hands, they had gone back again to Boma state to collect their stolen heads of cattle on their own. They had not respected Boma state authorities who were trying to collect and return their cattle," Labele said Monday.

They had been interrupting the collection of these cattle, so what is remaining is unless they get them back by own, as they done it already. Today, they are in Manybol, killing people and burning houses”, he added.

(ST)

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  • 2 May 10:16, by dinkdong

    Not so fast Boma state. What about the smartest report of last time that say, "We took your cattle and children by force. If you want them, come get them."

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    • 2 May 18:11, by deng kual acot

      Stop confusing us elders. you tell us to fight and kill our fellow youth when you know very well that your days are numbered. leave us alone from now. Remeember your advice when you were ordering us to go into this fight and see how many have died yet non of you has died. I no longer listen to your advice again you foolish, so called Elders.

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      • 2 May 21:07, by Force 1

        8 months ago when Jonglei Authorities asked Buma authorities to return the stolen children and cattle; and their response was that; come and get it yourselves!

        Now the Jonglei youths are actually going there to take the cattle by themselves; why is Buma authorities having problems with that? Isn’t it their wishes in the first place?

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  • 2 May 10:28, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    "Youths of Jonglie State taking law into their own hands"What part of the body did the youth of Boma took the law into when they took the cattle in the first place?This acts of brutality should be abolished,Cattle wrestling need not to exercise within south sudan,For Dinka pple cattle is life,if u take his cattle u took away his life! Note that.

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  • 2 May 13:48, by Dengda

    Why it took Boma state authority to collect just 35 head of cattle over duration of 5 months? Jonglei people are seldom to react but when it react they mean really business. What annoyed jonglei state yout is the attacked which killed 26 people and stolen of more 1,000 cattle and 15 children.

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    • 3 May 03:57, by Dinka-Defender-General

      Personally, I blame President Kiir for letting people get wild. During civil war, murle never kidnapped children from Nor or areas because Garang would send force to punish perpetrators and recover the kids, but P. Kiir is not tough or punishing people. This is what causes everyone to go wild. Therefore, Bor youths have right to protect the community and bring back the cattles and children that ha

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  • 2 May 15:12, by Faucett Carefree

    I am asking my countrymen in Jonglei to follow no other gospel than the gospel of self-sacrifice which precedes every battle. Whether you belong to the school of violence or non-violence, you will still have to go through the fire of sacrifice and of discipline.Please kindly refrain from war because both parties will lose at the end of the day...

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  • 2 May 20:50, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    You ’re really a man a peaceo, We need people like yourself to preach message of peace across the globe, forgiveness must be there.they should be forgiven and life has to go a head.Inocient children should be taken back to their love one. South Sudan needs all of us.Let’s learn to solve our disputes amicably and admire the existence of one another within south sudan

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  • 3 May 00:59, by Lotodo Awino Odug

    Murle like to run their mouths too much. we will follow them all the way to Raad if they refuse to fight. kidnapping and cattle rustling must end through use of force.

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    • 3 May 09:06, by Akomaland

      I trust the mighty murle boys, your tanks and the mounted land cruisers plus the heavy artilaries will do nothing. since u set ur journey u never fight neither found the youths now that u r surrounded we shall see how u will escape. I trust the Kubal youths

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  • 3 May 09:08, by Angelo II

    Action talks louder than words!!

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  • 3 May 11:06, by Brigadier Pato

    Murles are finished! Another armed youths of about 7,000 plus have just reached Bor this morning from our neighboring states.

    I am appealing to the central gov’t to intervene with immediate effect.

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    • 3 May 12:16, by Malakal county Simon

      Another genocide has began in Murle land again unwanted president of South Sudan must be held accountable and be tajen to the ICC for allowing genocide to take place on his watch......

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    • 4 May 10:37, by Akomaland

      Brigadier Brigadier why call for the central Govt to intervene, after seeing that ur Div 8 plus ur youths are going to be finish no way, yesterday they requested for peace but we shall never accept again they either take our land or we chase them across the river. for your information the ones who went to nanam are all finish no single person return, for manyabol the whole world will know.

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  • 3 May 18:14, by JUNUBDA

    The fighting between the youth cattle keepers of Jonglei State and their counterpart in Boma State is not best way of solving conflicts existed for years. Dialogue should be the method must be approach by both authorities in two States. My brothers and sisters in Boma State must learn from their mistakes last year when their raiders entered Ethiopia and abducted many children.Ethiopian forces came

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    • 3 May 18:22, by JUNUBDA

      Please not President to be blame for all issues in Boma State,
      those responsible are their leaders ,chiefs,Sultant now Governor Ismail who had been Rebel in his life time,then Age Group who compete in killing are responsible for all lives to be lost today in Boma State.

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      • 3 May 18:31, by JUNUBDA

        One of the authorities in Boma State talked about 35 cows and not mentioning children abducted during the raiding in Jalle plus other places in Bor yet the Youth whom they said they took law into their hands claimed 1000s of cattle taken. Please the number is annoying you better keep quiet because is no convincing to those who took guns.Also the nature of South Sudan today is life protecting.

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