Your second source is not incoherent, but it is, however, ambigious and imprecise, because it states that South Sudan’s arable land is *over* 30 million hectares; it doesn’t unequivocably state that it only has 30 million hectares. You can accuse me of being pedantic, but I am exacting when I analyse information.
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