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April 6, 2018 (JUBA)- The South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA) demanded the IGAD mediation team to deal with them as one political entity in the peace revitalization forum which is expected to resume on 26 April.

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The High Level Revitalization Forum (HLRF) at the African Union Hall, Addis Ababa (Getty)

The SSOA ()"is a united group and as stakeholders, we have had one common position throughout the last two rounds of talks (Phases I and II). Therefore, in the consultations the IGAD intends to carry out between now and the 26th of April, we would like to be consulted as one entity," said the opposition umbrella in a letter addressed to the IGAD chief mediator Ismail Wais on 27 March.

"In this regards, we request Your Excellency to make arrangements for the Leaders of the constituent parties to the SSOA to meet IGAD representatives in Addis Ababa for these consultations," further said the letter seen by Sudan Tribune.

The letter was signed by the SSOA leaders including Gabriel Changsong Chang, chriman of the Federal Democratic Party-South Sudan Armed Forces (FDP-SSAF) FDP/SSAF) the Former Detainees (FDs), led by Pagan Amum, the National Salvation Front (NAS), headed by Gen. Thomas Cirillo Swaka, Lam Akol, the chairman of the National Democratic Movement (NDM) , Hakim Dario Moi, the People’s Democratic Movement (PDM) chairman, Bapiny Monytuil, chairman of SSLM/A, Bangasi Joseph Bakosoro, chairman of National Movement for Change, Costello Garang Ring, leader of South Sudan Patriotic Movement, and Peter Gatdet Yak, chairman of South Sudan United Movement.

The opposition alliance underscored that the forum should not only be limited to the power sharing and the security arrangements saying such "approach is not inclusive enough".

They further regretted that the the proposal put forward by the Mediators ignored their a position paper their submitted during the plenary discussions and suggested that the consultations "should be broad enough to include our written position".

The letter also, included a demand shared by the SPLM In Opposition of Riek Machar that "the Juba government cannot be both a party to the conflict as well as part of the mediation".

The opposition alliance said the South Sudanese government should be "recused" because of the potential lack of impartiality " when IGAD Council of Ministers, or indeed any other IGAD institution, is acting as a mediator on the South Sudan conflict".

The peace talks, dubbed High Level Revitalization Forum (HLRF) have been scheduled for 26 – 30 of April 2018.

FDP leader Gabriel Changsong Chang said the need to resolve the root cause of the over four year conflict pushed them to come together around common issues

“ And to meet the challenge requiring us to move together in the direction of common issues, we have resolved to merge our parties under the banner of South Sudan Opposition Alliance, explained Changson.

He repeated that the alliance rejects participation of the government in meetings in which issues related to the affairs of the country, specifically how the conflict can be resolved.

"It gives (the government) advantage to posit its position in the talks before the Assembly in the absence of the other parties to the conflict".

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  • 7 April 00:01, by South South

    Coin rebels.

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    • 7 April 02:36, by Games

      Sounds good, but mind you that Salva Kiir and Taban Deng are only listening to the guns barrels. None violence moments in S. Sudan is regarded as a Cowardice moments.

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    • 7 April 02:42, by Games

      South-JCE
      Those your are calling coin rebells are the founders of the SPL. They know how it’s started and they also know how to bring it down from the thieves Salva Kiir and his JCE idiots.

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      • 7 April 02:46, by Games

        Watch them and listen to their demands carefully otherwise you and your JCE will be found roaming around in the Nile water deads soon.

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      • 7 April 07:47, by South South

        Games/monkey poop,
        SPLA was found by John Garang, Karbino Kuenyin Bol, William Nyoun, Arok Thoun Arok and Kiir Mayardit. Those Coin rebels were with fake Arabs, then some of them joined SPLA looking for position. Shut up a little monkey.

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        • 7 April 08:25, by Games

          SOUTH-JCE
          They are the grass roots of the SPL if you are trying to burrying their contributions in the long struggles. The history are in there, Salva Kiir was shamelessly betrayed SPL in 2004. I remember that when I was finished my Primary school in Nairobi, while the ones you are calling rebells have never done what Kiir did then. In 2013, Salva Kiir forces those guys to the rebellions and furt

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          • 7 April 08:31, by Games

            SOUTH-JCE
            Connt....
            Furthermore, Salva Kiir is still doing that to those of Malong Awan and his associations. Wake up idiots. I am very damn sure you are not holding any positions from that Salva Kiir is administration. You are just stupid another disabled Dinka man that is defending Dinkasims interests

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            • 7 April 10:28, by South South

              Games/monkey poop,
              The grass root of SPLA are Dinkas, shut up a little monkey poop lover.

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              • 7 April 13:09, by jubaone

                South South,
                Just the ordinary jienges savages. Just enough strength for brute force but no brains for good thinking. Worthless savagesabd primitives. Develop your luaks, learn to be productive and not only good in killing and stealing. You will 1000 yrs to develop and we Equatorians can’t babysit and wipe your butts. Grow up ya aryan jienge. Kebir wa Awir.

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                • 7 April 14:17, by South South

                  Jubaone,
                  Coward man, shut up and leave the country for me to fix it. You can come later when everything is running like the way you were hiding when we were working very hard to liberate our country. Right now, coward lazy and stupid people like you are crying day and night to get something in South Sudan

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                  • 7 April 18:13, by jubaone

                    South South
                    Worthless jienge. At least we Equatorians brought SS some good development in 1972. You jienges have brought nothing except raping, killing and stealing. No wonder no investors are interested in investing in jiengeland bcoz you are simply lazy, foolish and incapable of doing anything. From nothingness comes nothing. Jienge.

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              • 7 April 14:22, by Games

                South Dinka
                Dinka are always following others objectives. All the rebellions in S. Sudan are either starting by Equatorians or Nuer. 1982 is not a rebellion, it is a continuations of what were in Equatorians in 1956, followed by a Akobo in 1979. When those you have mentioned were going to Ethiopia, there were people there already... Useless creatures

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        • 7 April 09:19, by jubaone

          South South,
          The SPLA was founded on coincidence and not on truly liberating SS from fake Arabs as you claim. All these jienges were officers in the jellaba army. These army officers were part of the group including most intellectuals like Lam Akol, Riak, Garang who were the brains behind it. It was to sieze that opportunity of Junubin officers and start a movement.

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          • 7 April 09:25, by jubaone

            It was after Kerubino and Nyuon in Bor rebelled for purely administrative matters that President Numeri decided to send Garang to reconcile the two, that he subsequently joined and moved to Itang and founded SPLA/M. At this point the Kiirminal and Arok were still intelligent officers with the fake Arabs. So jienge, you are amnesic, forgetful and bloody liar. Just shut up, eat, shit, sleep.

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            • 7 April 17:41, by Khent

              Jubaone

              Your presentation is completely false. Garang didn’t just join a pre-existing rebellion on the fly; he orchestrated those events months before. Garang was the leader of the Underground Movement; a movement that he formed in 1972 with Kerubino, Nyuon, Francis Ngor, Arok Thon Arok, Salva Kiir and others.

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              • 7 April 18:27, by jubaone

                Khent,
                Distorting or embellishing jienge contribution to SS liberation is jienge mainstay. Ostensibly, the current state of anarchy and chaos is jienge’s own making. You are directly responsible for this shit. Use your fighting skills and unwavering courage to clean this shit then is your liberation worthy. Don’t expect nonjienges to come and help you clean up this shit. Do it or leave.

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              • 7 April 18:35, by jubaone

                Khent,
                Can you testify that SS intellectuals met secretly in Khartoum together with SS army officers to hatch out a liberation movement? Ask those that were in Khartoum right before Nimeri was ousted. The Bor rebellion of 1983 was simply a coincidence. It was technically, militarily and logistically difficult then. Kokora triggered that.

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                • 7 April 19:05, by Khent

                  Jubaone

                  It was all just a "coincidence"? So, why do I have books [written by third-party authors] affirming that Garang was the leader of the Underground Movement and that the rebellion was planned well in advanced - with multiple scenarios and contingencies planned for? I’ll now link to some excerpts on those events. Your tribal hangups are of no relevance to me.

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                  • 7 April 19:36, by Khent

                    The future leader of the SPLM/A, John Garang de Mabior, was already in Bor - allegedly on leave. He was part of an underground network already planning a new uprising on August 18, the anniversary of the 1955 Torit Mutiny. Among other leaders were Kerubino Kwanjin, William Nyoun, Arok Thon Arok, Joseph Uduho, Salva Kiir, Martin Manyiel and Nyachigak Ng ’achiluk (who was killed in 1984.

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                    • 7 April 19:41, by Khent

                      (A history of South Sudan, Oystein H. Rolandsen)

                      That’s the book where the material above is sourced from. South Sudanese are morons, so it’s not surprising that some of you believe that some military officer (ostensibly dispatched by the enemy) arrives on the scene and immediately assumes command.

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                      • 7 April 19:59, by Khent

                        When commander John Garang de Mabior had been sent to suppress the so called Bor mutiny in 1983, little did the authorities know he had been engaged in planning it. (South Sudan: The untold story from independence to the civil war, Hilde F. Johnson)

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                        • 7 April 20:20, by jubaone

                          Khent,
                          If there was any underground movement in Khartoum that time, it involved most Junubin intellectuals who with the support of army officers gave the best military options for an uprising. It was NOT an exclusively jienge affair as many of you purport to think or would want to have it. Again, in terms of military logistics, timing and secrecy, the Bor mutiny was a golden opportunity.

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                          • 7 April 20:27, by jubaone

                            During that time Lam Akol, Garang and other junubin intelligentsia at Khartoum University offered the brains behind the secret movement. Had Nimeri NOT redivided the South, resolved the military administrative issues at battalion 105 in Bor, it could have been quite impossbile to have a trigger or precursor for starting a rebellion. Kokora simply gave the rebellion legitimacy.

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                          • 7 April 20:33, by Khent

                            Jubaone

                            Of course it wasn’t an exclusively Dinka uprising. The Dinka are morons, and so I completely dismiss the notion that they came up with any of this on their own. John Garang was the only truly intelligent Dinka leader, and I am merely defending his legacy and presentations on history. You’re free to say whatever (factual) cricism against the Dinka...

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                            • 7 April 20:39, by Khent

                              ..It’s really no skin off my nose. I really don’t care and to honest, the Dinka mean very little to me; I’m thoroughly disgusted and have conceded that they are now the biggest traitors in South Sudan. The decision to apply for observer status in the Arab League was the last straw for me.

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                      • 7 April 20:33, by jubaone

                        Khent,
                        Oystein is neither a S Sudanese and could simply be recounting historical facst as given to him by third parties so I dont buy into his narrative. Whichever motives he had to lend credence to specific persons and people on how and why the rebellion ever started is purely speculative. If the movement involved all junubin in Khartoum, how then did others make it exclsuively theirs in the end?

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                        • 7 April 20:45, by Khent

                          Jubaone

                          Did you not recognise the multiple non-Dinka names in the list of the underground movement members? I don’t claim that the movement was exclusively founded by the Dinka. I responded because people are pretending that Garang came out of nowhere and assumed control.

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                          • 7 April 20:52, by Khent

                            The movement was founded by people from different tribes, and the only reason it became controlled by one tribe to their benefit (and to the detriment of others) is because the Dinka are arrogant, obnoxious, violent and power hungry — which alienated all the other tribes. The other tribes had no choice but to arm themselves against Dinka aggression, criminality and imperialism...

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                            • 7 April 20:58, by Khent

                              ..which is precisely how Khartoum strengthened its position. The Dinka are RESPONSIBLE for the divisions that Khartoum duly took advantage of. The Nuer are just as obnoxious and violent as the Dinka, so I think their motivations were based on competing with the Dinka for power — unlike the other tribes that were just defending themselves.

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          • 7 April 10:24, by South South

            Jubaone,
            You are just good when you enjoy monkey poop. People rebel from different locations, them meet and form movement. Karbino rebeled alone with his forces, William Nyoun reveled alone, John Gararng rebeled alone, Arop Thoun reveled alone and poor rebeled alone, then 5 of them met and formed SPLA. This is how it works struggling old man

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            • 7 April 10:26, by South South

              Jubaone,
              Dinkas are not cowards, they were prepared for rebellion since 1982, only coward tribes were sitting stupidly not knowing what is going on.

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              • 7 April 10:38, by Eastern

                Other southern Sudanese rebelled much earlier than 1982. What forced the Dinka to ’rebel’ in 1982 was Kokora after they were kicked out of Equatoria where they had shifted their villages in persuit of free food. Check you historical facts on rebellions by southern Sudanese against the jellaba in the Sudan.

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                • 7 April 12:32, by South South

                  You shut up, you do not know anything about war.we destroyed those who used to sing kokora and we liberated our country. Talking here and there is a work of coward people like you. We believe in action jobs, shut up.

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                  • 7 April 12:52, by jubaone

                    South South,
                    Even a coward once has a gun can terrorize a brave man with bare hands. Jienges have plundered state resources to arm themselves, not that they are brave. Did you get on man-to-man like a 100m under equals? For one, jienges like you are just less intelligent than Equatorians and foolish. You are academically weak, lack abstract thought, just emotional and irrational. Just like cows.

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                    • 7 April 14:12, by South South

                      Jubaone,
                      Cow is the Best comparing it with monkey poop. We are brave, educated, strong men and good fighters who have brains, unlike monkey poop thinkers, they are cowards and sleazy. You are under, get yourself out poor old man.

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                      • 7 April 14:22, by jubaone

                        South South,
                        Tell me if 1+1=1😎 jienge

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                        • 7 April 14:31, by South South

                          Jubaone,
                          You are broke, shut up and let me lead you for 100 years to come. This is one of the reason many Equatorians need to be led
                          . Only monkey poop, sex and alcohol are the things Eqatorians follow and enjoy. This is why people have sex at funerals

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                          • 7 April 18:42, by jubaone

                            South South
                            Since 2005 till today, the jienge establishment with loot and boot have never developed their areas. Investors are running away and don’t want anything to do with you. Every one therefore wants to do business in Equatoria bcoz we are skilful, intelligent, hardworking and just smart. You need another 150 yrs to catch up and squatting and pretending to act like an Equatorian won’t help.

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                  • 7 April 14:20, by jubaone

                    South South,
                    Funny, SPLAnyors after months without pay have resorted to burning charcoal, stealing cassava and chicken 🍗 from Equatorian villagers. They are back to their usual preoccupation; criminality and thuggery. Those fortunate ones in the ministries have carried away boxes of the remaining jienge money to support their families in Uganda and Kenya. Others were recently deported from US for

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                    • 7 April 14:26, by South South

                      Jubaone,
                      One of the reason Equatorians eat monkey poop is because they are poor of the poorest. Shut up ugly monkey lover old man. You have nothing to be stolen. Who want monkey poop while we have come beat.

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                • 7 April 12:45, by jubaone

                  Eastern,
                  Thank you. Most jienges were oblivious and had no thought of rebellion as long as they were subordinate to their jellaba masters. Only after kokora and many were kicked out of Equatoria that they felt they were nothing. Most decided to join the rebellion. It was NOT in conviction for true SS liberation. Thieves, luakjienges, criminals, fugitives all were at large to join the SPLA.

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                  • 7 April 12:51, by South South

                    This is the talk of someone who lost everything. I stand of my words, coward people in South Sudan MUST follow, clear and very straight.

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                  • 7 April 19:46, by Khent

                    Jubaone

                    Now, I understand that you have very legitimate grievances but you’re distorting history. The Dinka have been at odds with the Arabs for centuries. We’re the only ones that didn’t have a government (Khartoum supported) militia at any point during the wars with Khartoum.

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          • 7 April 14:14, by Marco A. Wek

            Jubaone, you got it wrong. Neither Lam A lol nor Riak Machar was army officer before joining SPLA.

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            • 7 April 18:49, by jubaone

              Marco Wek
              Reread the article and try to understand it.

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        • 7 April 19:03, by Puot Nyangore

          The one who fought for South Sudan is Dr.Machar to lets its be independent that is why he was fighting with Dr.Garang in 1991 because Garang need the Sudan to be lead by Black people in South Sudan a that lead him to join Machar to make South Sudan to be independent. Please those Alliance groups are the tops corrupted officials in the of corruption in South Sudan list no ways to them to make peac

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  • 7 April 06:18, by lino

    It is really getting salty!!! We still have other oppositions that will be coming in if government drags the revitalization to be so long! We will be observing if Gen. Malong and Amb. Telar will be catching the train by April 26, 2018!!!

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  • 7 April 07:15, by Mayendit

    The so calls Oppositions Alliance Are joking.
    I don’t think these Idiots alliance oppositions will success. South Sudanese people have known you all for years and you can change names of opposition but you will never change your name, history,and your attitudes. Dr. lam Akol will never agree with Riek M. Thomas Cirillo will never trust Riek Machar or Nuers people. Majak D. will not accept Riek.

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    • 7 April 09:33, by jubaone

      Mayendit,
      I see you bullshitting in panic. Just get some water drink and relax. Let the Alliance do it’s work. After all, the jienge republic is broke, tired and worse off than Somalia. Let the Alliance do some good work so that you can go to your junk jienge state or luak and lead a productive life other than a worthless and jobless refugee waiting for handouts from your benydit/bandit relative

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  • 7 April 07:26, by Mayendit

    Continue: Mabior Garang and his mother are trying so hard to destroy the legacy of his own father Dr. John Garang. There will be no any person that will come from Twic Bor community to lead South Sudan. I am sorry to say this to our brothers of Twic Dinka Bor but belief or not this is what many people are saying in South Sudan. Dr. Majak D. Agoot, Recbecca Nyadeng, Mabior Garang, Mac Paul and more

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  • 7 April 07:39, by Mayendit

    The people mentions above from Twic of Dinka Bor community have reached the staged of no confidence within all Dinkas people. It was not something against the whole Twic people of Bor but anyone who will seek leadership in South Sudan is not going to get it. Also there will be changes if the families of late Chairman continues supports rebels against Dr. Garang’s foundation, changes will come soon

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  • 7 April 07:51, by Mayendit

    Recbecca Nyadeng and her Son Mabior Garang,

    You must understand that, the legacy of late Chairman Dr. John Garang will not be kept by others people who are none of Garang relatives. If you cooperate with those who were anti John Garang and his SPLA/SPLM then, we can tear away all history of late Chairman, because you are all against it. Look Nhial Deng Nhial still protected his father’slegacy

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    • 7 April 22:04, by lino

      Ya Mayendit,

      Dinka Cancer of Elders Government in Juba is not Representing all Monyjang/Jieng of SS!!! The majority of Monyjang are not condoning all these barbaric system of ruling in Juba! You can see all Monyjang political and military leaders are leaving Kiir 1 by 1! Telar and Malong are the latest and more are coming!!!

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    • 7 April 23:38, by Khent

      Mayendit

      Ah, I see, so because Mac Paul Kuol, Majak D. Agoot, Rebecca Nyandeng Garang and her idiotic son [Mabior] oppose Salva Kiir’s murderous, corrupt and incompetant regime... nobody from Twic-east can ever lead this ’country’?

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      • 7 April 23:42, by Khent

        Isaiah Abraham (son of Twic-east) was murdered for speaking out against this regime.

        Mac Paul Kuol refuted the self-serving lie that this terrible war was sparked by a coup; a claim that nobody has been able to substantiate.

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        • 7 April 23:46, by Khent

          Rebecca Nyandeng Garang has been campaigning against Salva Kiir long before the criminal events of December of 2013. The Nuer were massacred in Juba, so condeming that otherwise idiotic woman for telling the truth is ridiculous. I loathe the woman for working with Riek and for allowing her son join his ’movement’...

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          • 7 April 23:48, by Khent

            Question: Does the fact that Salva Kiir has completely destroyed this ’country’ mean that nobody from Gogrial can ever lead? And before you answer, keep in mind that I want consistency here.

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            • 7 April 23:51, by Khent

              You should know that having a leader from your area is meaningless; people died of hunger in Gogrial, and there’s been no investment in infrastructure or services. It’s probably best to stay out of a corrupt, mass-murdering ’government’ and just focus on developing your own area.

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              • 7 April 23:54, by Khent

                There is no section called Bor. The word Bor is in reference to a land that floods and all of Jonglei (prior to partition) fits this description; the people of Gok and Athoc (Mading ’Bor’) redefined this and gave it sectional dimensions. There really is no Dinka sub-section called Bor...

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                • 7 April 23:56, by Khent

                  ..but people in Mading ’Bor’ (Athoc and Gok) are so fond of using it as a sectional identifier and insist on combining us (Twic-east) and them under one word fictional identity -> ’Bor’. The people of Mading ’Bor’ include Abel Alier, Kuol Manyang and Michael Makuei Lueth...

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                  • 7 April 23:58, by Khent

                    The people of Twic-east include John Garang and Arok Thon Arok. Twic-east and Mading Bor are not one section and should not be treated as such. Don’t refer to us as "Twic-Bor" because that’s not who we are. It’s just Twic-east.

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  • 7 April 09:42, by Eastern

    The demand for Kiir’s regime to RECUSE itself from IGAD business pertaining South Sudan is growing louder and louder...! The regime in Juba cannot be part of the problem and a mediator to the same. Let’s meet in Addis Ababa.

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    • 7 April 13:09, by South South

      Eastern,
      Come and meet us in Juba. We do not want games anymore.

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      • 7 April 13:28, by jubaone

        South South,
        Say meet in Gokrial or Bor not Juba. Juba is not your luak, you are simply a "jur" foreigner, a jienge, a mbororo, kwerkwer, lugor, MTN, squatter, settler and nothing else. Enjoy while we are still out, once in Juba, either you carry for us water like in the old days and we spare you kokora2 or throw you out, ya aryan jienge

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        • 7 April 14:49, by South South

          Jubaone,
          You are not in Juba now, how. We are enjoying it.if you want to come to Juba, please let me know. I will arrange for you where you will stay. Coward, you can talk as you want as long as you are outside South Sudan, no more games.

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          • 7 April 18:54, by jubaone

            South South,
            Without Juba, without Equatoria you jienges are worthless. Take it or leave it. You need us more than we need you. Equatorians don’t need jienges after all , they have no added value to us. Case closed. You are just a jienge squatter and your visitation time will soon end then we send you back to junk jiengeland.

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  • 8 April 03:13, by Jieng Republic

    The future is here 👇and legitimacy is here too... No short cut

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