Jalaby, you were demanding $ 40 per barrel transit fee; now we are wishing you good luck to go find any country in Africa to sign that deal for you. It’s over now stop whining about South Sudanese affairs! We told you over and over that Sudan is not the only way our oil goes to the market, there are countless ways and one of the ways is through Kenya.
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