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March 8, 2018 (NEW YORK) - The head of United Nation Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has called to support the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement pointing there is no other alternative to replace it.

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The Special Representative of the U.N Secretary General in South Sudan David Shearer, February 1, 2017 (ST)

David Shearer made his call in a briefing to the Security Council on South Sudan before to renew the UNMISS mandate, as the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called in a report to the Council to amend its mandate to respond to the needs of the slow implementation process.

Shearer told the 15-member body that it is true that there are "fundamental issues still to be resolved" including the boundaries and states issue, the formation of a unified army, and the security of the returning opposition leaders.

He confirmed that some believe that a return to war is inevitable, adding "We don’t concur... This agreement is widely embraced by the population". Also, he mentioned the continuation of fighting in the Equatoria region between the government and holdout groups.

He went further to say that UNMISS too has is concerns about the peace process, but his mission is resolved to focus attention and resources on making it work.

"I want to stress: there is no Plan B. There is only Plan A- this Agreement - and this path forward. And, for it to have a chance to work, it needs to be supported," he said.

In the same vein, he urged the IGAD to appoint the head of the Reconstituted Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (RJMEC) " to help stir the process forward and overcome these challenges".

According to the time table set for the implementation of the pre-transitional period, there are just over two months left before the beginning of the transitional period and the appointment of the transitional government on 12 May.

The slow progress in the implementation process, according to Shearer, should push the parties and regional partners to drive the process forward during the two remaining months.

"The cost of failure is unthinkable. So, while responsibility lies primarily with the parties to the conflict, it also is beholden on us all to ensure that we move forward together to make this agreement a reality for the sake of the people of South Sudan," he concluded.

According to the UNMISS, an estimated 135,000 refugees have returned home. Also, a number of IDPs returned to their areas of origin.

UNMISS is working with the government to build the capacity of the justice system through its support to In its efforts to operating a mobile court system for sexual attacks and rape.

In March, a UN-supported special court will also open in Juba with jurisdiction over crimes of sexual and gender-based violence.

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  • 9 March 06:30, by Chiir

    This is an important call from the UN body. Let this peace be implemented. Almost everyone in SSD is for it with the exception of a few spoilers who are in the bush. And To those spoilers, this is the last peace call. Please, do not be left behind. You are needed aboard this important journey. As stressed by UNMISS, there isn’t any other viable alternative! So, losing this peace means no peace!

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    • 9 March 10:32, by jubaone

      Chiir or Chimp🙊
      If everyone in SSD is for R-ARCISS except a "few" in the bushes, then what is it that is hindering the majority from implementing this flawed deal? Are the majority so foolish, so incapable that they are dragged and controlled by those few in the bushes? Something with your thinking is completely flawed and convoluted. It’s not Cirillo its the kiirminal and his jienges.

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      • 9 March 10:49, by Eastern

        jubaone,

        Very good question. The majority foolish have the money but they rather buy more cattle and women than "implement" the flawed deal. The bushes of South Sudan are still welcoming to the true sons of the land.

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      • 9 March 11:33, by Chiir

        Jubaone or Junk 1,
        My thinking is right and it is the only thinking that will help you and your uncles in the bush. Peace implementation has been hindered by the spoilers who tend to distract international communities from doing their roles in helping the peace implementation move. Which is why we should call the spoilers to come back to Juba for this process to go fast...

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        • 9 March 11:38, by Chiir

          ...you keep barking on the internet abusing this and that person and never offer any good suggestions. All I know your ass will dry up soon and you will take a bus to Juba to steal more money. Or you could be stealing money from others so that you could fund your uncles’ war. I tell you if you do not go for the right choice you will get fucked so or later. Understand?

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          • 9 March 12:40, by jubaone

            Chiir or Chimp🙊
            I see your desperation and how hopeless you are in trying to get R-ARCISS implemented. It’s also our choice NOT to join as its your choice to get things moving. At least now it should be clear, that Equatorians are the drivers of SS. If we say NO, who are jienges to say Yes? If you can then go ahead alone. After all, you liberated SS alone, now fix that shit alone. Case closed.

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            • 9 March 23:20, by The Rhino

              Jubaone,Eastern,

              Good job,thank you!See,that Australian Kangaroo man David Shearer vividly reminds me of John Kerry,who once praised wicked Taban Deng Gai(nus mundukuru),inu he is the legitimate VP to Kiir after they’ve illegally concocted wicked plans to cage Riak Machar into custody in South Africa without any charges.I’m not a big fan of this Riak Machar either but truly speaking,Shearer is..

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              • 9 March 23:32, by The Rhino

                Jubaone,Eastern,

                ..definitely scrambling and polishing his ways through the unreliable UN and tribal poor jienge government in Juba,only to prolong his UNMISS mandate and secure job vacancies for his employees in our country for few more years.Here are few facts,..South Sudanese were massacred in Juba in front of UNMISS..they didn’t do nothing!Young girls and children were raped by Kiir’s army...

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                • 10 March 00:10, by The Rhino

                  Jubaone,Eastern,

                  ..across South Sudan..this UNMISS did nothing!We all remember mass killings,inhuman dismemberment,scorch to earth evil actions and forced cannibalisms in this country by Kiir’s militiamen/mercenaries..what has this UNMISS parasites done to safe humans?NOTHING!Leer,Yei,Wonduruba,Katigiri,Pageri,Meridi,Yambio,Morobu,Kaya and more other areas..this self interest driven UNMISS.......

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                  • 10 March 00:23, by The Rhino

                    Jubaone,Eastern,

                    ..absolutely failed its mission.Even US citizens were mercilessly raped at gun point,UNMISS soldiers were terribly numbed and scared to death to save desperate screaming women,shit!Now what does that tell us???This indicates that the whole mission of David Shearer is totally foul.If he can sit at the UN assembly and pronounce that there is no plan B,then he is wrong!There’s......

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                    • 10 March 00:39, by The Rhino

                      Jubaone,Eastern,

                      ..always plan B,C..and God forbid plan X!Jienge/nyagats peace deal exists only on a fucking piece of paper.Our innocent people on the ground and bushes have already figured it out,that there is no genuine peace.They must embark to protect themselves by any means necessary and trust ONLY their own, full stop!

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          • 10 March 02:16, by The Rhino

            Chiir aka Cheerlady,

            What the fuck is your problem rookie?You suddenly popped out of nowhere,without audacity and started quacking and misbehaving on this forum?..this smells like you are about to get brutally smacked down point blank!Stop poking others on this forum before you get fucked up.What the hell is your problem jienge bastard anyway?Bring it on now bitch!

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    • 11 March 06:58, by Midit Mitot

      Chiir,

      There is no room for peace spoilers for-good, we are working to trace them out now, we gave them two option, either to accept peace or to be crashed by barrels and bullets.

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  • 9 March 10:54, by Eastern

    It’s only the sons and daughters of South Sudan to decide if THERE’S PLAN B OR NOT.....David Shearer thought by being deviant from his predecessors, this will earn him the endearment of the JCE Regime in Juba. Let’s watch this space as thinks pan out...

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    • 9 March 11:08, by jubaone

      Eastern
      Again, this reinforces our assertion that without Equatoria in the arithmetic equation, all is worthless. Surely, jienges, Nuers and nyagats can’t start a nasty fight and expect the rest to come and clean up the mess. They should have settled their differences amicably.

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      • 9 March 11:19, by Eastern

        jubaone,

        Agreed. The so-called region (actually two known dictators) shouldn’t think of making again the mistake of keeping Dr. Machar in South Africa with the hope that "things will just cool down and peace will come". If IGAD erred again by toying around with Thomas Cirilo, they will see the sense doing the Equatorian arithmetc equation very well..!

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        • 9 March 11:54, by South South

          Great, great, great words from UNMISS. We need to move on with peace plan. A few monkeys in Karo area can decide to join peace or live with monkeys forever, done. You will see a few monkeys here crying "Equatoria", no, no, Equatoria is very clam. It’s just very a few Karo with monkey heads who are thinking by sitting with monkeys the world will listen to them, stupid people.

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          • 9 March 11:56, by South South

            Correction: I mean Equatoria is calm.

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          • 9 March 12:30, by jubaone

            If only a few monkey can let big oxen stand still, then there’s something about monkeys that’s indeed explicit: controlling the big oxen with little brains. And jienges can squeak, wriggle and jive they are losers and won’t achieve anything. If they failed to uplift their junk states from wretchedness and idiocy, how can savage baboons do that for SS? Plan B is KOKORA.

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            • 9 March 12:41, by South South

              Dog, rat, cut, monkey, anything. I have stated my position here that I don’t talk with monkeys, done.

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            • 9 March 12:41, by jubaone

              ...🙊 monkeys...

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              • 9 March 12:46, by jubaone

                Who cares about jienge position? It’s contradictory, foolish and irrelevant. Give him something to eat, where to sleep and shit and the rest is fine. We are not interested in talking to jienges. Period. Lets talk in the bushes of Rquatoria. The winner takes it all. Period.

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    • 9 March 11:43, by Chiir

      Eastern,
      UNMISS has said a viable plan B isn’t there. So choose this plan, R-ARCSS, which is the only viable option. Do not talk about war because everyone knows what it is and what it is capable of bringing. Got it, my little friend.

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      • 9 March 12:15, by Eastern

        Chiir Chiir,

        UNMISS doesnot deceide for South Sudanese, South Sudanese decide for themselves. Now that SOME South Sudanese feel aggrieved that the R-ARCSS is wholesomely flawed: (1) number of "states" in question (2) "state" boundaries in question (3) federalism sidelined giving leeway for the jenge to spill all over South Sudan with their low value cattle. Be my guest on the no plan B!

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        • 9 March 14:37, by Chiir

          federalism haha haha, my fuck! Has this thingy become an empty slogan that some Equatorians can get rid of? Why don’t you guys appreciate the fact it is Equotoria getting developed while other regions aren’t. Kiir is helping Equatoria than he is doing to other regions, let alone his home town where there isn’t a single tarmacked road. Despite this help, you people still have the guts...

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          • 9 March 14:42, by Chiir

            ...to open your asses and fart all over the place complaining that Jieng and others have taken your home. Well, no one is looking to grab anything by force. We are all against that. But the problem is, you do not sell a piece of land because you are all meant. Fuck you. We all have homes and no one ain’t looking to evade any fucking person’s land. What do you think you have others don’t.

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            • 9 March 15:00, by jubaone

              Chiir or Chimp🙊
              Cool down and relax. What your kiirminal is doing is completely antithetical to what Garang stood for; taking towns to the villages. What we now have is bringing the villages to towns. Hordes of village savages overpopulating our towns while their villages empty into cattle grazing areas. What the fuck? Did you idiots liberate to run 🏃 away from your luaks?

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            • 9 March 15:10, by jubaone

              Chiir or Chimp🙊
              Typical jienge savagery. Your uncontrollable emotional outbursts is the reason, we conscientious and rational Equatorians don’t want anything to do with you. You rather rot and piss off. Hang yourself jienge, after all you have no intellectual nor socioal-economic relevance to us. To us, you’re just a worthless human burden. At least donkeys would fetch us water, MTN, jinga jienge

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            • 9 March 15:18, by jubaone

              Chiir or Chimp🙊
              Just go home (at least if you have one) otherwise live your jienge refugee life peacefully like a tamed domestic lapdog. If you are from BGhasal, then go home do something for your starving fellow jienges. Don’t brag yourself with Ugandan or Kenyan prosperity. They worked hard for it. You are nothing, if you have no home. Jiengestan is your home.

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            • 9 March 15:26, by jubaone

              Chiir or Chimp🙊
              Federalism is empowerment. It is devolution of power to all the constituent parts of SS. It increases transparency, accountability and innovation. Hardworking people will build themselves, lazy fools will be treated like toddlers and will be taken care of. If you are terrified by federalism, we give you kokora as a good alternative. You will like it. Jienges will work harder.

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        • 10 March 00:04, by Pakuai

          Eastern,
          Honestly speaking, the people keeping THomas Cirillo are the same people who are looking for a plan-B---to regime change the current government by force which is going to messy, deadly and of course going to be next to impossible. Plan-B to use South Sudan as a globalists NEW WORLD ORDER UN government experiment isn’t welcomed and it is going to deadly with lots of black hawks down than 1991 Somalia incident. Plan-B to regime change the current government and be replaced with traitors, thieves and foreign puppets like Mr. Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Pagan Amuom or Thomas Cirillo and who would then go and be micromanaged in Washington, Wall Street, London, Brussels, Dubai, Panama, cayman island and other shady offshore sleazy banking cartels is not welcomed.>>>

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          • 10 March 00:24, by Pakuai

            Plan-B to toy around with with South Sudan and hoped to be reunited with cloned so-called arab North Sudan like what many in the international circles have been playing along behind the scenes isn’t going to happen even in million years. Plan-B to use the regional countries as proxies to fight over South Sudan for supremacy is going to be pretty much deadly not only in South Sudan, but all over the region. The only best way is let South Sudan and South Sudanese people be left alone to sort out their own affairs in their own ways. The UN should think of removing of UNIMISS out South Sudan. UNIMISS is a menace to South Sudan stability. A country that fought to rid herself of foreign control and for it to be recolonized by some in Europe, the US on the disguise of the UN,>>>>

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            • 10 March 00:27, by Pakuai

              humanitarian aid, peacekeeping, donations or human rights is an insult to millions of South Sudanese who perished to liberate this country.

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  • 9 March 12:20, by Eastern

    BREAKING! BREAKING! BREAKING!

    Thomas Cirilo has been arrested following yesterday’s meeting in Addis Ababa. Cirilo of NAS met with Ismail Wais of IGAD and as the meeting intensified, Wais ORDERED for the arrest of Thomas Cirilo. So falks in Juba expect the hardliner in Blue House soon. Peace has finally COME to the country, SPLA Oyee! Thouth Thudan Oyee! Feace Oyee!

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    • 9 March 12:28, by South South

      Dogs are barking.

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      • 9 March 12:52, by jubaone

        Eastern
        Let these jienge baboons hang themselves. Plan B is KOKORA. They want it, fine we can talk. They reject it, then we fight. None was born a soldier and as long as jienges don’t manufacture their own guns and ammunitions, then we shall surely have a nice party.

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        • 9 March 16:40, by Eastern

          jubaone,

          The jenge want IGAD to try Riek Machar on Thomas Cirilo: coercion and detention. Trying the same thing over and over expecting differnt results is insanity. Who says the R-ARCSS is the ONLY OPTION? Who says there are NO OTHER OPTIONS? IGAD was presented with a number of options which they arrogantly ignored. Those options still stand...

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          • 9 March 17:08, by South South

            Oh Cirillo comes and help us. Riek Machar is a strong man with his people behind him. Unlike monkey called Cirillo. He is weak without people. Why would IGAD waste its time to arrest him?

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            • 9 March 17:46, by jubaone

              Uh🙊..uh🙊....uh🙊 the tailless monkey 🐵 is very troubled. Like a jilted concubine, yesterday he despised Riek and called him names, today the concubine is in love ? with Riek and seeks his protection. Wow! Cirillo the new lover ain’t good enough and the concubine would see him incarcerated somewhere in S. Africa till he pays his due. Wow once Cirillo accepts R-ARCISS, he’ll be jienges darling.

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        • 10 March 05:12, by Pakuai

          jubaone,
          The Dinkas/Jenges have over sudden changed from tailless chimps to baboons? A few days ago they were ’charcoals’ other times they are MTNs, squatters and all. Here we go! That your Plan-B is KORKORA? Good luck with that buddy. But try not to run to DR Congo, Uganda or Central Africa republic (CAR) later after your bullsh*t is again taken head-on. Everybody chirping for peace and yet some of you losers are chirping like birds for war. jubaone buddy, just walk around Juba and do your statistics about those South Sudanese you would find, whether a percentage of those who resemble chimps or baboons would be Dinkas/Jenges. Just do it chap if are at all in Juba>>>

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          • 10 March 05:27, by Pakuai

            Alternatively, compare Mr. Kuol Manyang and Thomas Cirillo who would be more darker among them. Again, who is darker between Mr. Salva Kiir and James Wani Igga Mr. jubaone. I think both Thomas Cirillo and James Wani Igga are both Baria men. Mr. jubaone and most you Baria online soldiers. Everything you spewed out about others and specially the Dinkas/Jiengs is always challenge with evidence. But you just calling Dinkas/Jenges names for nothing. Let me tell this fellows, if you were not generalizing the Dinkas/Muonyjieg community for Mr. Salva Kiir government failures, you would have some Dinkas/Jenges fans. But as far as l am concerned, the Dinkas/Jenges you losers often disparaged online are superior intelligent than you think>>>

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            • 10 March 05:43, by Pakuai

              Running a guerrilla movement and succeeds isn’t for faint hearted fellows. It requires organization and logical maneuvers and sacrifices. Guys like Mr. Riek Machar, Lam Akol and others have tried a number times now, they always end up going back to Khartoum, North Sudan for arms, food and medical supplies. And l am sure your Thomas Cirillo isn’t going to fare any better than gat Machar, Lam Akol and others chap. The only way out of these is peace and other pestering issues like KORKORA would be addressed through ’national dialogue. Other Otherwise wasting your times on independent Equatoria or Baria country is a complete waste South Sudanese people times>>>

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              • 10 March 05:56, by Pakuai

                To tell you the truth Mr. jubaone and others. Before the war went greater Equatoria region. Some you losers and agitators of war were advised before hand not to join Mr. Riek Machar aimless armed rebellion. Because war was going to destabilize innocent Equatorian communities. But some Equatorians losers failed to heed that honest plea from current weak government of Mr. Salva Kiir. And when Mr. Riek Machar came back to from ethiopia, he made some rallies asking Equatorians to join his movement and promised them with high ranking positions and after J1 shootout in July 2016, some Equatorians joined Mr. Riek Machar and helped him out of Juba>>>

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                • 10 March 06:13, by Pakuai

                  By the way, Mr. Riek Machar escaped from J1 was a greatest mistake Mr. Salva Kiir and his henchmen are still regretting to date. After all Mr. Riek Machar bodyguards outside were all killed except the ones inside J1 complex, Mr. Riek Machar was disarmed with a pistol in his coat. Mr. Riek Machar was advised to returned to J1 in the morning and was escorted to his Jebel residence by Mr. Salva Kiir bodyguards and government convoy. Mr. Riek Machar instead ofted to take the whole Juba and eventual the presidency. And in morning of the 8/07/2016. Assault to take Juba by force ensued until Mr. were later flushed out of Juba. All these facts are always communicated to Mr. Riek Machar and his allies that Mr. Salva Kiir is Mr. Riek Machar friend>>>>

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                  • 10 March 06:31, by Pakuai

                    Mr. Salva Kiir a peaceful guy. Were it some guys that l know were to be in Mr. Salva Kiir position. Riek Machar would have been a past tense. And all these aimless armed rebellion and then go and negotiate to reinstated back one old position would have been reined in long time. Mr. Salva Kiir and his allies are trying to learn that in leadership, some tough decisions have to be made. And that how Dr. John Garang was able to keep a tape on his SPLM/A. John Garang was called all names, but he delivered. Mr. Garang was called a dictator by Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Adwok Nyabe and some others and that was why they rocked the SPLM/A boat in middle of river in 1991. And their movements later went to be tribals and dictatorial movements. But when you ask our South Sudanese people, which guerilla movement on earth has ever been Democratic?>>>

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                    • 10 March 06:41, by Pakuai

                      None that l personally know. No one like dictatorship, corruption and social ills that divide communities or countries. But guerrilla movements don’t have the luxuries of doing elections to change leaders. Mr. Riek Machar appears to the head of so-called SPLM/A-IO and his wife, Ajany is alleged claims to his deputy is that a democracy that Mr. Riek Machar would to come and rule South Sudan and South Sudanese people with? Be the judge fellows.

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                      • 10 March 07:28, by Pakuai

                        SUDANTRIBE editors, STOP Re-SUB-EDIT my POSTS guys. This behavior doesn’t stack up with what you fellows often try to expound in South Sudan. Re-sub-editing somebody’s posts to alter the "GRAMMAR" and ’OMIT’ some words to ’change to contents and message being conveyed is always done to my posts. Some people who read my posts are forced to read my posts with much difficulty and are only forced to guess what my posts really trying to convey. Fellows behind, SUDAN TRIBUNE propaganda machines in our country and over our people, be careful. Your SUDAN TRIBUNE would be HACKED OUT of service once and for all if you keep playing games with SOuth Sudanese people who way well ahead of your cheap and dirty propaganda machines>>>>

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          • 10 March 08:54, by jubaone

            Pakuai
            KOKORA. KO KO RA got it? It’s devolution, empowerment, transparency, accountability. You jienges were fed with wrong and misleading thoughts about kokora. They told you how jienges were thrown out of Equatoria. I understand the bitterness, but kokora wanted your benydits and bandits to account for their leadership. Today not much has changed in jiengelands.

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            • 10 March 16:08, by Eastern

              jubaone,

              If anybody believes the deception and puerile pact dubbed the R-ARCSS negotiated in Khartoum that maintains the STATUS QUO is what the head of UNMISS thinks can pacify the country, then anybody can be my guest. NADAFA is DEMANDING for the renegotiation of that joke with a set of demands already presented to IGAD....

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              • 10 March 16:29, by South South

                Only monkeys can not see the truth about our peace in South Sudan. majority of people support the peace and UN can be our witness on that. If we have tiny a few people who oppose it, that’s totally find, but to equate Riek with Cirillo is really very laughable. Riek is a human being and a leader with many people supporting him, Cirillo is just a monkey. Do we jail monkeys in the world? No

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                • 10 March 16:51, by Eastern

                  What is in A MAJORITY that cannot differentiate their heads from their shitholes? What makes you proud of a majority still covered in cow dung glorifying skinny low-value cattle? What pride do you have in a majority stuck in medieval era-like lifestyle....Thomas Cirilo represents a minority that has given a foolish majority sleepless nights...

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