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February 19, 2019 (JUBA) - The South Sudan National Movement for Change (SSNMC) Tuesday dismissed reports claiming that the group leader Bangasi Joseph Bakosoro joined the rebel National Salvation Front (NAS) of Thomas Cirilo.

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Ex-WES Governor Bangasi Joseph Bakosoro in his Office January 24, 2012 (ST)

Fake reports were posted on the social media Monday saying “Joseph Bakosoro quit the government and join Thomas Cirilo’s NAS”.

"This statement is not true. Mr Bakosoro is not and will not quit the implementation of R-ARCSS. He has not and will not join NAS," said Daniel Zingifuaboro, SSNMC spokesperson in a statement extended to Sudan Tribune.

The fake reports claimed that Bakosoro arrived in Addis Ababa from where he accused President Salva Kiir of practising tribalism.

However, Zingifuaboro asserted that Bakosoro is in Juba because SSNMC believes that peaceful resolution of the crisis in South Sudan is the only viable solution.

Therefore, regardless of any fib, we are determined to work with the Government of South Sudan plus other R-ARCSS partners to implement R-ARCSS in the interest of our suffering people of South Sudan who need peace the most.

The SSNMC- Bakosoro is a member of the South Sudan Opposition Alliance led by Gabriel Changson.

The former governor of the Western Equatoria is one of the few opposition Equatorian leaders to sign the revitalized peace agreement.

(ST)

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  • 20 February 00:26, by Khent

    South Sudan will remain mirred in this terrible and totally needless conflict if its psychopathic, cruel and violent mis-leaders continue to oppose requests for reasonable political reforms - like Federalism, autonomy and tribal territorial integrity. Almost 90% of Equatoria’s population is in support of Federalism and that must be respected...

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    • 20 February 00:34, by Khent

      ..And if that’s not respected — then South Sudan deserves to be dissolved. Nations based on greed, injustice, internal imperialism, land-theft, rape and death, don’t deserve to exist. I don’t understand why war (and all the misery it brings) is seemingly preferrable to a settlement for permanent peace.

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      • 20 February 07:01, by Chiir

        Khent,
        I never heard of any country getting dissolved because of its internal conflict. And even if this were to be true and it is done, why are those other countries such as Somalia, C.A.R and recently, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, etcetera, not getting dissolved? Your ideas are wild and weird! South Sudan is here to stay, and anyone who is disappointed with it should stay away from its affairs.

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        • 20 February 07:57, by Khent

          Chiir

          Are you sure you have never heard of a Country being dissolved (disbanded) on those grounds? How do you imagine ’South Sudan’ came into being? Sudan was disbanded into two halves of its former self, and that’s how this joke of a ’Country’ was created. You supported "wild", "weird" ideas in 2011, so...

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          • 20 February 08:17, by Khent

            ..at least attempt to think your positions through before sending them into emission. Question: Does Salva Kiir’s decision to apply for observer status in the Arab League qualify as "wild" and "weird"? What about the proposal to form a joint force with Khartoum to ’protect’ South Sudan’s oilfields? How about creating 32 unsustainable States without the people’s consent?

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            • 20 February 08:27, by Khent

              ..Does engaging in tribal contingent, State-sanctioned land-theft qualify as "wild" and "weird"? Isn’t the fact that $20 billion dollars have been stolen since 2005 a bit strange to you? South Sudanese live in some kind of inverted reality; a world in which good is evil, evil is good, cruelty is kindness and division is unity...

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              • 20 February 08:39, by Khent

                ..so your response typifies the kind of confusion I’ve come to expect from South Sudanese. Do you want to hear more "wild" and "weird" ideas? Salva Kiir should cancel the 32 States he established unilaterally; allow a Boundary Commission to ascertain tribal territories to where they were in 1956; and consult the people on the issue of Federalism...

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                • 20 February 13:02, by Chiir

                  Dear Khent,
                  In summary, you are some disgruntled guy who, for some reasons, did not get what he hoped to achieve after South Sudan seceded from Sudan. So, your best option is, the two Countries combine again betting that some opportunities will eventually knock at your doors! Well, dude, this isn’t coming. So, you better be satisfied with what you are referring to as a "fake" country.

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                  • 20 February 13:15, by Chiir

                    ...what you are referring to as a land-theft is something that is manageable by law. You do not want to sell land even when people come clean pleading to buy pieces of land to build shelters. Now, if you do not sell and do not give a piece of land either. What choices are you giving me? Grabbing, is that what you are giving me? Well, I think this is like telling someone to defecate and not to pee!

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        • 20 February 08:49, by Eastern

          Chiir aka Kiir,

          You have not heard of any country getting dissovled because of its internal conflicts because you are the very people turning deaf ears to the cries of the OTHER South Sudanese...! Ever heard of a mighty country called YUGOSLAVIA, that once exisited before April 28, 1992? Ignorance and arrogance are partners in South Sudan!

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          • 20 February 13:24, by Chiir

            Eastern aka Western,
            Tell me about Yemen before you jump to a complicated issue of the former Yugoslavia. So you know, Yugoslavia did not just disappear but broke into several other countries. Sudan also broke into two countries, and that was after a long civil war starting in the 50s and ended in 2005. The issues facing us today do not warrant any other break up if this what you guys have in mind

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      • 20 February 07:09, by The Rhino

        Khent,

        You talk sense,not always but most of the time.A librarian like yourself must have covered a lot of books to end up making such good judgments and analyses.But we’ve other useless jienges on this forum(Pakuai aka Bangi man,One people/shit and their ring leader South South/Abyei vagabond).These three are the epitome of the dumbest individuals online.I just can’t imagine how these bastards..

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        • 20 February 07:18, by The Rhino

          Khent,

          ..manage their personal private (low) lives in reality?Same thing on state level/yes,the government of jienge republic/South Sudan.We have JCE on one hand and Kiir on the other...the perfect dumbest joint jienge enterprise on the planet,shit!

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          • 20 February 10:51, by Khent

            The Rhino

            I appreciate your comments but you and I both know that books are not required to come to the conclusions we’ve arrived at. I think it’s clear why these morons support the regime... they must be part of the corrupt network that’s destroyed the ’Country’ and put our struggle into disrepute.

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        • 20 February 07:28, by South South

          The Rhino,
          What is the good judgements to you, supporting poor and weak rebellion of Cirillo? No way, Palestinians are still crying today and they have been doing that since 1948. Israel is moving forward, the same thing is taking place in South Sudan. NAS will remain weak for 1000 years to come.

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          • 20 February 07:50, by The Rhino

            South South,

            Israelis have the science to cook guns,now do you?Answer is big NO.Israelis have intelligence to solve problems using their brains, do jienges have that?NO!Israelis are after their Biblical ancestral territories, now are you?NOOO!True Israelis are those who fight to reclaim their true home, and that is exactly what true Equatorians are doing today, in 10,50,500,5000 years to come!

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            • 20 February 10:00, by South South

              The Rhino,

              Let’s talk about 1000000 years before we talk you about South Sudan, until that time, you are nothing but a big coward, you get it?

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              • 20 February 10:32, by jubaone

                Rhino,
                SSDinka Forces are armed bandits who are an occupation force in Equatoria and must be treated like the jellaba. jienge=jellaba=jabakana (bullet). No discussions. Case closed. Next

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              • 20 February 12:08, by The Rhino

                South South,

                ’(1000000)’ years from here?,so would you kindly confirm those figures in plain English, so that I can squash you down to proof you are a total numb?Everybody knows,jienges are the cowards!They always run to others when the heat is on, yes,(USA,Museveni,Equatorians and others) but then after only awhile,they suddenly forget every event and start conspiring against the ones who.......

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                • 20 February 12:14, by The Rhino

                  South South,

                  ..pulled them out of their own shit.Equatoria has awoken, the game for jienges is over!We’ll get to the bottom of everything.Punish and kill those who never learn lessons from the past.Jienges OUT!

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                  • 20 February 12:20, by South South

                    The Rhino,
                    Internet is the only place use to talk about war and that’s ok with me. You are at back seat forever, remember where you hear it first.

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                    • 20 February 13:03, by The Rhino

                      South South,

                      With internet or technology,there is neither jienge dictatorship nor suppression of any kind,deal with it.Shit,cut off this back seat mambo jumbo bullshit.How about jienge tribal bastards(JCE) hijacked South Sudan and dragged innocent South Sudanese under the Bus,huh?Talking about back seat, shut up ya murahil!

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          • 20 February 10:29, by jubaone

            Rhino,
            At least this jienge Abyei fugitive and non-SS has consented to NAS´s presence. He is silent on fugitive Malong´s paper rebellion where his nyors have oscillated and decamped several times. Only in a group do they feel bold enough, but real cowards when alone. Did you hear any jienge rebellion other the SPLA take off? NO, except when on theft and robbing sprees.

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  • 20 February 02:02, by One people

    We all knew the enemies of peace are allows after and against anyone who wants to work for peace with government to bring the lasting peace to the land of South Sudan. So, I advice all of those enemies of peace to leave our leaders alone! Because they’re brain it’s not strong enough. They don’t know how to fight by pen & paper or by talk, they only know how to talk by Bullet, and our people are>

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    • 20 February 02:27, by One people

      got so tired of running and hiding in the bushes. Why can’t you just leave us alone, and leave Bakosoro?.. Mr. Khent," You’re talking about 90% of Equatorians are for Federalism, and you forgot that president Kiir declare national dialog. I think you do not know what is the meaning of national dialog. ND mean," talk about system that you want, and the system that can make you happy. "Dummy"

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      • 20 February 07:22, by The Rhino

        One people aka One shit,

        Our goats in Equatoria are more intelligent than you are,deal with it, dumbass!

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  • 20 February 02:42, by One people

    jubaone, The Rhino and Eastern

    all three of you need to stop making fake news against Bangasi. We know you want Bangasi to join you so bad, but he is not going to do that, he is going to build trust among South Sudanese people, and to help build his country to the world level. So, stop your dump propaganda against Bangasi, ok dummy.

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    • 20 February 05:49, by Pakuai

      One People,
      Don’t you worry about jubaone, Eastern and other trolls. Let cry babies online. They are the ones who often write these Sudantribune polemic articles and post comments on them at the same time. South Sudan is already a federal republic with 32 states plus Abyei. Those who are chirping for federalism should come and explain what type federalism they mean to other South Sudanese. Many Equatorians from former Western Equatorial and Eastern Equatorial have no problems with the current arrangement at all. The losers who often make a lot of noises online are some Barias out of South Sudan anyway. They cannot effect anything on the ground.>>>

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      • 20 February 06:01, by Pakuai

        All these bullsh*ts of renewed fightings in Yei river states are mere propaganda. As for Thomas Cirillo or Hakeem Dario. They are irrelevant. There are some outside forces who thought they can use these losers as their bargaining cards. But the gates for fighting over the South Sudan by these outside forces by using their proxies of Mr. Thomas Cirillo, Riek Machar so-called SPLMA/IO or Pagan Amuom so-called ’former detainees (FDs) has effectively closed. The outside forces have now shifted their intrigues to fundings of the current arrangement>>>

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        • 20 February 06:15, by Pakuai

          Honestly, South Sudanese shouldn’t need another baggage from foreign powers. Should any country in the West want to fund the current arrangement, through auditing of funds from that Western country and interests attached to their donations. No more making up numbers of donated money any more. South Sudanese should all together not ask any dime from the US, the UK or any other creepy Western power again. I can go without pay if this is going to bring a total peace to our country. SPLM/A fought a genuine cause without pay for a long time. So why can we do it again to integrate these losers into a professional army?>>>

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          • 20 February 06:28, by Pakuai

            4.2 billion dollars was pledged by many countries in 2005 after the comprehensive peace agreement (CPA), Norwegian capital, Oslo. But that 4.2 billion dollars pledged in name of reconstruction of South Sudan later went be used in Darfur refugee crises. And that 4.2 billion dollars is counted by the US and her allies to have been use on South Sudan and a number incidences where the US,the UK and the UN just make up none existent donated money figures to South Sudan. All South Sudanese need to do is to wean ourselves off the US or the Europeans donations, nothing is for free on these planet earth>>>

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            • 20 February 06:42, by Pakuai

              The UN and the NGOs and those who work for them. Can’t pay their bills without a country with a war. And the so-called European and the US donors need unstable countries to exact their influence and control. Many South Sudanese just don’t know how these dirty games are utterly rigged over countries where people don’t know the greatest scam behind the UN, humanitarian aid, donations, peacekeeping and human rights campaign. I am not saying these things don’t save lives. But they have hijacked by some people and countries as their new ways to occupy and control other countries>>>

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              • 20 February 06:58, by Pakuai

                And by way, if all South Sudanese say that they don’t want the US, the UK, the UN and NGOs not meddle in our country today, then they will kowtow every line we tell them or else, they Will be kicked out of our country to move elsewhere. But this is not the case, traitors like Riek Machar even want the so-called ’region protection force (RPF)’ to come and protect him against South Sudanese people. Mr. Pagan Amuom went to US and shouted outside the UN building for the UN to take over South Sudan and Mr. Thomas Cirillo stole money and ran to ADI’s Ababa asked South Sudanese to leave South Sudan for neighbouring countries because Salva Kiir was killing them! Can you fellows see the kind people we call our leaders?>>>

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                • 20 February 07:15, by Pakuai

                  Again, our so-called PhD doctors of Mr. Riek Machar and Siamese twin, Mr. Lam Akol are back to Khartoum to their cloned so-called arab masters and they come back flashing their evil and treasonous smiles at South Sudanese and some of their idiots followers would smile at them back and call them doctors! Many countries only call medical doctors, Doctor in front of his name or her name. Anyway, believe in Ngungeng Buong superstitions, kujurs, complaint just about every thing, love of foreign handouts and high level of illiteracy wasn’t going to be easy. Most of Nuer children are out of schools than their peers in other parts of South Sudan and this yet going to be another problem in future>>>

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                  • 20 February 07:28, by Pakuai

                    But telling the obvious and plain to our South Sudanese and call you mentally ill. Many South Sudanese have gone to Uganda, ethiopia or Kenya. Citizens in those countries are not distributed with free food by their governments. But when they are back in South Sudan. They want free food or free money from the government. We have all the available land we want, but no one want to farm. Everyone want a government or the so-called office job even when don’t have a qualification to secure that office job. Some South Sudanese don’t know our their kind who always send them money back home work like horses in Canada, the US and other countries>>>

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                    • 20 February 07:41, by Pakuai

                      Those South Sudanese in the West sleep very a few hours. Some of our South Sudanese losers don’t even know government jobs don’t pay very well. Private companies, own businesses and farming pay big money. Private companies and the investors just don’t like uncertainty. If we stop our aged old tribal aimless tribal warfares, take our kids to schools including our adults who want to learn and build our infrastructures, then even everyone on this planet would want to come and do business with our country and with our people.

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      • 20 February 07:32, by The Rhino

        Pakuai,

        Pakuai aka Bangi man,you are a derailed jienge crap!The reason why you talk so much nonsense is b’cos of your traumatic childhood.Your file reveals that, at tender age you used to carry/cook food and wash clothes for wounded soldiers.You never fought a real battle whatsoever.You were miserably misused and abused by your seniors at a very early age.What a sorry junk!

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        • 20 February 08:14, by Pakuai

          The Rhino,
          And bbattalion did you find my file in mister? Some you losers often scream about federalism Hence this or Salva Kiir this. Did you use ’kujurs’ to get my file? Then tell me what battalion (s) l used to carry or cook for the mighty SPLA at? By the way, if l were to be carrying things or cook for our mighty SPLA then you should be proud of it. But as far as l am concerned, l am the one who helped blasted your cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan (mundukurus), out of your Yei in 1997. And in battle of Yei, there was not a single Ewuatorian in my battalion then. But only Dinkas/Jenges and a few boys from Nuba Mountains and Southern Blue Nile>>>

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          • 20 February 08:33, by Pakuai

            The same in the battle of Kapoeta in 2002, there was not a single Ewuatorian in my battalion. I was badly injured in New Kapoeta. And to be honest with you Mr. The rhino, few cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, reached Torit chap. The Battle of Kapoeta was a pure ’revenge against’ our enemies. Earlier in 1994, our superior Dinka/Jenge boys like Mr. Luol Chol, Koryom Division singer, Majok Mac Aluong, other senior officials and thousands of Dinka/Jenge boys foot soldiers. By the way Mr. The Rhino, be very careful idiot. Just accept the current arrangement. Your Thomas Cirillo is nobody, he will be handed back by his foreign handlers very soon>>>

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            • 20 February 08:45, by Pakuai

              Mr. The rhino,
              Respect your Mr. James Wani Igga, Mamur and other Equatorians with brains. They know better than some you losers who have never smell the stench of gun powder all their lives, but always complaint just about everything or federalism. When they don’t even tell South Sudanese people what federalism is and kind of federation you losers are after ’kokora’! Here we go! Good luck with that fellows. Barias can move elsewhere outside South Sudan if they so wish and let other South Sudanese people look at external issues facing our country and people>>>>

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              • 20 February 10:47, by jubaone

                Pakuai,
                Shhsh! Baris to move elsewhere? After we have clothed and civilized you, ya aryan jienge? Be thankful, ya wisik. Did you ask your fathers how they tendered our Bari cows in the 60-70s and at day´s end got a pint of milk as wage? Do you jienge know how Chief Andrea dressed you up? Do you remember how jienges sold water on donkey carts in Hai Malakia, Kator, Hai Kosti? Watch you mouth slave!

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          • 20 February 08:53, by The Rhino

            Pakuai,

            You have no slightest idea as to what took place then in Yei anyhow.Have you even asked yourself why John Garang begged for exclusive advices from our strategically top thinking Equatorians at his moments of desperations?I don’t think so,Pakuai idiot.Yei and the Zones were and still are the issues on the table.Your Garang was almost finished with rebellion.He was almost ready to give up..

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            • 20 February 09:02, by The Rhino

              Pakuai,

              ..the fight for arabs,had it not been for Equatorian coolness, series of emergency meetings/consultations and fierce negotiations.You jienge savages are totally ungrateful.You never say thank you Equatoria after all these shit.You have no respect for our territories and people.Its different this time, to hell with you savages.We will take what is ours, full stop!

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              • 20 February 10:39, by jubaone

                Rhino,
                Jienges like any other savages have no word for please, gratitude or thanks. They just snatch, grab and take away. Hospitality, conscience, politeness, commonsense are non-existent. They act instinctively like low developed animals, whereas we Equatorians act with intuition as normal human beings do. There´s a big difference here. Thats why they´re unfit to be with us. Period.

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                • 20 February 11:04, by The Rhino

                  Jubaone,

                  Precise and strong words,thank you! With only few of us with the same perception, wavelength and determination against jienges,I swear to God Almighty,these fucking jienges will get on their knees and fix it.Only escape route would be the one back to their stinking luaks.The way it looks,I’m confident this will come!We must be ready to protect our people!

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            • 20 February 10:56, by jubaone

              Rhino,
              Dont mind this deranged jienge called Pakuai. If he really were in the SPLA, he could be a Maj. Gen. at least cuz he can read and write better than the rest of them. But he is a loser, an ordinary tea-seller or street urchin in Khartoum. You know the legendary Sharia Jumhruya not far from Andalus, Hotel Excelsior in those days? Hundreds of jienges selling shoes and shirts from Turkey?

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              • 20 February 11:03, by jubaone

                ..used to easy life and just as SPLA was demobilizing and downsizing its army, most jienge tea-sellers, criminals, jobless hoodwinkers and thugs were recruited and given ranks. It is these losers that formed the core of armed bandits in Juba known as the "unknown gunmen". Pakuai, sadly could be a good officer, but is a coward, loose canon and uncontrollable, unfit for the military.

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    • 20 February 08:44, by Eastern

      One People,

      Why are you worried with Eastern, a nonentity....?! All that Eastern believes in is the inalienable right of every South Sudanese to rise up against the tribal regime in Juba using any means at their disposal. The Eastern Rock shall always provide the needed cover!

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  • 20 February 19:02, by Gbu Na Baranya A Renya Lugor

    Roumors are always true. This creepy government of misguided corrupt elements,crepatic innuendos must be brought to justice. The best option is federalism which is a killer to them.

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