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SPLA soldiers accused of rape and theft during Jonglei disarmament

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By John Actually

March 19, 2012 (BOR) - As Jonglei state’s disarmament campaign enters its first week the process has been rocked by allegations that soldiers raped a women in Pariak village on Monday and that soldiers were also responsible for stealing money from Bor police station.

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SPLA and axillary forces celebrating the start of Jonglei’s disarmament in Bor Freedom Sqaure. March 12, 2012 (ST)

A resident of Pariak, Abraham Majak, told Sudan Tribune by phone that two soldiers from the South Sudanese army (SPLA) deployed for the civilian disarmament kidnapped the woman, who was his relative, dragging her to the forest behind the village and raping her on Monday night.

Pariak village is about 36 kilometers south of Bor, the Jonglei state capital, on the road to Juba.

The woman, whose identity has not been disclosed, was forced out of her house at gun point late at night with her four year old daughter and raped by both soldiers before she was set free, Majak told Sudan Tribune.

He said that the two suspected rapists were caught and handed over to their camp at Malual Chat, five miles away from Bor town, where they were imprisoned.

One of the rapists has confessed to the crime. The other suspect has denied involvement, according to Majak who was at the police station were interrogation took place.

Jonglei state’s Minister of Legal Affairs, James Mayen Oka, visited the area to meet the rape victim and local police.

“I am not going to make any statement over this issue. I just came to check if the forms are correctly filled and to see if the police have recorded the complaints of the woman accurately”, said Oka.

Jonglei state governor, Kuol Manyang, said it was shocking news if it is proved be true, promising to campaign to end violence against women. The village chief, Samuel Pandek said he is ready to follow the case up to the end.

Attempts to reach the SPLA spokesman and the disarmament information officer failed due to bad telephone network connections.

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Arms collected from Bor, displayed at Malual-chat army barracks for Jonglei state governor Kuol Manyang to inspect on March 14, 2012 (ST)

Previous disarmament campaigns in South Sudan’s troubled Jonglei state in 2006, 2009 and again in 2010, appear to have passed off without accusations of rape made against the SPLA.

The SPLA became the official army of South Sudan when the country became independent in July 2011, as part of a 2005 peace deal between the political wing of the SPLA and Khartoum.

International observers and human rights groups say that the SPLA still has long way to go to transform itself from a guerrilla rebel movement to a disciplined national army.

23,000 SSP STOLEN FROM BOR POLICE STATION

Police in Bor town have accused SPLA forces deployed in the state for a high profile disarmament campaign for stealing 23,000 SSP ($8,300) from the office of the director of the Criminal Investigation Department in Jonglei state.

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Two South Sudanese policemen showing the remains of the broken bags and boxes in their office in Bor. 14 March 2012 (ST)

The theft allegedly took place on March 14, the day that Salva Kiir launched the disarmament process in response to large scale cattle raids and tribal feuding over the last few months.

Kiir has warned that force will be used if groups do not voluntarily hand over their weapons.

The director of Jonglei’s Criminal Investigation Department, Col. Chol Achiek, told Sudan Tribune that he blamed SPLA soldiers conducting disarmament for looting his office in his absence. Around 15,000 soldiers have been deployed across Jonglei, South Sudan’s largest state, to carry out the campaign.

Col. Achiek said the soldiers allegedly stole laboratory equipment that was meant to be used to investigate crimes, as well as a security camera, special ink for criminal cases and other items.

James Magany, a policeman on duty when the soldiers raided the police station, accused them of breaking into the office and taking 12 pistols and some AK47 rifles.

However, Jonglei state Governor, Kuol Manyang, told Sudan Tribune that the loss of the money was due to carelessness by the officials concerned.

“Why did they keep such a big of amount of money in the box, not even in the safe at the office when there is a bank for keeping money. There was some sort of ignorance and carelessness in that”, Manyang said.

(ST)

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  • 21 March 2012 06:36, by Waucity

    Who eless is the rapist beside the member of another tribe...Our dear soldiers from Bor do not look after us...I hate nationalism...Forever and ever we will deals with empty little people..Why is disarment still in Bor what about Pibor...This issue of trying to be politically correct will prevent governments officials from mentioning the truth to certain tribes.

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    • 21 March 2012 07:34, by Akobo River

      Any individual soldier who commits any crime will be resposible for his/her crime. SPLA is a well respected organization and will always protect its citizens. Nothing shall ever distract disarment....

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      • 21 March 2012 19:44, by Tambura

        SPLA stand for Sudan People Liberation Army. We are in ROSS we have nothing to do with SPLA they never liberate any town, what they were good at in 21 years war was raping women and killing southerners whom were running from Jalaba and met them in border of other country. When we sign peace they were in the bush and came to city to city with words in their month they are liberator. good at raping

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    • 21 March 2012 07:52, by OTOOLITMODDO

      That is why I was calling for resistance to this fucken damn disarmament in Murleland and Nuerland. These jonkoziin SPLA are rapists, armed robbers and murderers. The other day they did the same things in Pibor that is why one SPLA soldier was shot. This one happened in BORLAND that is why it was reported and condemned. Kiir gave this order of raping and looting. He must be taken to ICC

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      • 21 March 2012 08:37, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

        When concerns citizens are talking about what brought embarrassing to their country you foolish uncivilised Murle come up with your carp words called Jonkoziin which does not make sense to human being,
        You can just see Nuer and Dinkas criticize each other but they are family, they both don’t like you Murle, nobody like parasite gonorrhoea affected community of wicked Murle in south Sudan accept

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        • 21 March 2012 08:42, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

          those who are not your neighbours,
          No one with right mind will associated themseves with Murle community in south,
          This ugly people killed alot of Nuer and Dinka just like what Arab did, i don’t know why are Bor Dinka and nuer not get rid of them since they are useless tribe

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          • 21 March 2012 09:17, by OTOOLITMODDO

            Concerned jonkoziin dominated donkeySPLA.

            I am a concerned citizen and original South Sudanese too. There is no such people as you call useless. Murle have freed you and liberated you from arabs contrary to what you always claim. When an area was liberated, the next thing was always jonkoziin running very fast from behind to loot the town and rape women. But during the heat of the war, it was t

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            • 21 March 2012 12:00, by MKee

              You let me at you. you don’t understand why I called murle sub-human? which town in south sudan have murle ever liberated during the 21 years of struggle? if there is any no one knows in south sudan. if there is any, it is stealing people properties and collabrating with arab. Days are gone when you guys will be doing that kind of bussiness. I wonder how murle liberate any town while they were....

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            • 21 March 2012 12:10, by MKee

              always in the jungle eating mud for them to survive. Shame on you and your sub-human tribe. you claimed to be patriotic but the real patriots are the Dinka the one who have brought you south sudan. Dinka and other tribes apart from murle died in millions in front line duriing the war but you murle were doing cattle wrestling the only business you know. my advice is - learn to cultivate the land

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            • 21 March 2012 12:15, by MKee

              to stop being parasites. if not you are accumulating hate on your selves in 21 century which I think will sometimes consume your tribe like fire!

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              • 21 March 2012 13:08, by OTOOLITMODDO

                Mkee wala wife,

                Anyway ya jonkoziin. Murle liberated Pibor in 1987. Not forgetting Buma liberation by Ngachigak, Lukurnyang and others earlier in 1984 driving jalaba out. Kapoeta and many other towns. The fiercest battles in Bor and Torit were faught by Murle heroes. To mention only few.

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                • 21 March 2012 13:36, by Loko El Pollo

                  NGACIGAK WAS THE LEADING COMMANDER OF AGREB BATALLION,AFER THEY CAPTURED BUMA.THEY FIRST WENT TO OWINYKIBUL TO RECOVER AFER BEING STRANDED FOR TEN DAYS IN TINGILI DESERT.LATER THEY CAME BACK AND ATTACKED KAPEOTA,THEIR LEADER NGACIGAK WAS SPYIED ON BY LOCAL TAPOSAS IN NAIRIJIL WERE HE WAS KILLED WITH MORE THAN FIFTEEN DINKA STAFFS.MAJORITY OF AGREB WERE TWIC EAST DINKA.

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                  • 21 March 2012 15:21, by Domanic

                    good historian! you said it all broz..Nyacigak was killed on counter attack but not Taposa, he was killed by his tribe men, these people call Murle together with Bor men who were resisted to protect him.

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      • 21 March 2012 10:03, by long vision

        Otto

        pls what you can known is this, SPLA soldiers are not Luo Nuer alone combine ten S,S states. tolk like educted person, you comment some thing that peaole can appreciate it, say some thing that can change the life of those who are not yet chiave or haveing external information about the world.how much noncince are you. fuke.

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        • 21 March 2012 11:32, by OTOOLITMODDO

          Long vision

          shut up your fucken ass or I will shut it for. You are non-sense

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    • 21 March 2012 08:24, by Diu J.Kuek

      This act must be condemns by all nation the crimes are premeditate and executed heinous manner to satisfy the lust the incident had sent shockwave to nationwide and raise serious concern over the safety of women in South Sudan the culprits must meet with Justice beside the all non-sense mentioned by some commentators tribals comments I am not concern for. so discipline action is needed in the SPLA

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      • 21 March 2012 08:44, by Diu J.Kuek

        So now in the democratic nations and the first World person putting his argument base on tribals line is completely ignorance please guys let us try to put the nation first otherwise unity and principle of democracy will not be achieve and the feeling of brotherhood among the people is necessary for successful democracy the whole is looking forward for progressive.

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    • 21 March 2012 08:56, by Sunday_2012.

      i can’t belame such kind of people but the SPLA who admitte fail people, most of this soliders were not train to know his roll as solider.in army and the interior have admitted wrong people due what they call unclesim inlawsim brotherism leaving out they right people who know can define their rolls.they are getting alots of money if they are phusical disburn why not not to look after prosisitue.

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    • 21 March 2012 09:07, by Chok Deng

      Those enemies of ours(N.Sudanese,Konan,and their likes)who are saying ’’Oyeee’’.an incident can happen in normal circumstances,even the incidence that occured in Pakistan where USA troops killed civillians and urinated on them.Those troops are the most trained and disciplined but some individuals still commit crimes.

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  • 21 March 2012 06:37, by Konan

    "Soldiers raped a women in Pariak village on Monday and that soldiers were also responsible for stealing money from Bor police station" ha ha ha ha SPLA oyeeeee SPLA oyeeee SPLA oyeeee ha ha ha ha ha ha ha SPLA oyeeeeeee ha ha ha ha

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    • 21 March 2012 08:44, by Northern Sudanese

      Oyee SPLA oyeeeeeeeee hahahahahahahah OYEEEEEEE SPLA OYEEEEEEEEEEEE SPLA OYEEEEEEE RAPING WOMEN AND STEALING MONEY FROM POLICE STATION HAHAHAHAHAH SPLA OYEEEEEEEE

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      • 21 March 2012 08:56, by Chok Deng

        To Southerners in this website;
        Please i advice u to avoid treating an individual acts as a tribe,those individuals should be treated as individuals.

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      • 21 March 2012 12:27, by Logic

        How very sad, I guess they must’ve learned those skills from the pussycat SAF.

        My thoughts are with the victim and her family.

        Bring the criminals to book ASAP.

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  • 21 March 2012 06:39, by George Bol

    what do you expect from peter gatdet militi in the disarment? food lovers

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    • 21 March 2012 07:51, by wang

      George Bol
      Peter gatdet does exactly what his master kiir told him to do.

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    • 21 March 2012 09:45, by Nimber

      George Bol
      Plz learn before you condemn Peter Gatdet for nothing.
      My question to is that who is now the lead of Disarmament???
      No body in Nuer call Kuol Dim Kuol and am 100% Kuol is the one incharge of Disarmament, if there will be raping , looting of properties, let blame Kuol Dim Kuol not Gatdet coz kuol is incharge of the Disarmament and was also order by your primitive President Kiir.

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  • 21 March 2012 06:41, by viper

    Those two comrades must face justice because they are destroying the Name of our gallant army, the SPLA. Concerning the issue of 23,000 ssp, pple of Jonglei should not get surprised couz those soldiers were told by president infront of you that they should take bulls from the local population incase there is no food, Hence they have right to eat inorder to live

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  • 21 March 2012 06:43, by s sudan boy

    shock news, SPLA are still looting and rapping while they call themselves the south sudan national army. Shame on government.

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    • 21 March 2012 07:41, by Martin Kat

      S Sudan boy
      You are totally wrong by saying such bad words on S Sudan government and army while the the rapist are individualls not all SPLA soldiers or government offiials are rape innocent lady. May almighty God put curse on you because you have insulted the different people of the nation who are not involved in the rape and looting.

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  • 21 March 2012 06:54, by Tribe

    Where they send there to disarm our women sexuality and money or what?

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  • 21 March 2012 06:58, by BM Bol

    I hate when some criminal individuals spoiled the name of the mighty worriers who scarified their lives to see South Sudan free. The SPLA should reinstitute fire squad method for these types of crimes. It’s unacceptable in every form to rape a woman against her will.

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    • 21 March 2012 07:09, by Madiir

      Guys!,

      The solidiers who did rape a woman from Bor county were identified as Nuers of Bentiu unit according to the news collected from the prison guards where he is held.
      The relatives of the woman are determined to follow through the offend with higher authority.

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      • 21 March 2012 07:14, by Dinka_D_Generation_X

        Always NUERS love to rape women and foods in south History its nothing new to me

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        • 21 March 2012 08:17, by Jimmy A. Makur

          To Dinka_D_ Generation_X,

          There is nothing mentioned in messeage that concerning Nuer or any other tribe involves in this case of raping and theft in the disarmanent campaign.

          SPLA need more training and discipline inorder to be an official army for the country.

          This is exactly what SAF has been doing to our mothers/sisters/wives, so what is the diiferent between the SPLA and SAF?

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          • 21 March 2012 08:28, by Dinka_D_Generation_X

            hi bro! the soldier background is From Nuer according to local news ansd Nuers are the only peoples can do that when they see something will help South Sudan and remember Riek is the one who cause this problem within the tribes

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      • 21 March 2012 07:24, by wang

        Madiir
        We Nuer don’t practices that kind of things. It is your culture (Dinka) raping women are not crime from your traditional constitutions. Don’t be a lairer my dear.

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        • 21 March 2012 07:50, by Clausewitz

          You certainly have a great deal of chutzpah that you would so casually posit such a transparent lie; the Nuer [as are others] are guilty of such egregious offences; the mass rapes in 1991 are not the only evocations that one can produce to attest to such unassailable fact!

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        • 21 March 2012 12:43, by Loko El Pollo

          IT IS GOOD THAT THE CULPRITS ARE CAUGHT,IT DOESN’T MATTER WETHER THEY ARE NUER OR DINKAS.JUSTICE WILL BE SERVE AFTER THEY CONFESSED AND EXPLAINED WHY THEY DID IT.THESE UNTRAINED FORMER KHARTUOM GOOD BOYS NEED TO GO HOMEBENTIUAND CONTINUE WITH THEIR PRACTICES.BORS WERE OUTRAGED WHEN YOU ROBBED THE TRADERS LAST YEAR IN BORTOWN.SUCH ACTS ARE NOT PART OF OUR VALUES PLEASE,LEAVE US A LONE.

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      • 21 March 2012 08:18, by Nimber

        Sorry Middir for your words thatthe Soldiesrs who rape were identified as Nuer but I will not blame you bcause you don’t even know Nuer Culture.
        Plz read and understand Nuer before you make comment.
        Otherwise, stop talking nonsense

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        • 21 March 2012 09:27, by philip andriko

          We only condeemn those soldiers which committed raping to the woman they must have capital punishment as indisplince soldiers as per the culture of native it is adultery and raping they must pay for thier crime if not so every soldeir will do the same too they only need GUN not women shame on them.

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      • 21 March 2012 11:26, by Billiu Puoch

        Dear Mediir
        let’s stop such a words pliz remember this is a serious matter and to rape somebody’s wife is not a simple case.

        Secondly,it might be your relative because that incidence occurred within Dinka area and if those are Nuer rapping Dinka women,how can you term such a case? It means that Nuer are the strongest than,because Dinka can’t do that to Nuer women and I means it.

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    • 21 March 2012 07:23, by Clausewitz

      BM Bol:

      I strongly disagree with your assertion; tens of thousands of these ’soldiers’ were merely members of Paulino Matip’s militia that were absorbed into South Sudan’s armed forces in 2006 after decades of serving Khartoum! The heroes from Greater Bahr el Ghazal have been ecliped by these itinerants after decades of uninterrupted loyalty and service!

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  • 21 March 2012 07:13, by wang

    Kiir told them to do so. Remembers during the open ceremony in Bor-Town before the disarmament start last week. They were told to help themselves with anything they might find in any village, whether it is an animals, fish and so on. Those guys, they like kids, blame kiir for that, not them.

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  • 21 March 2012 07:18, by Billiu Puoch

    Shame on SPLA soldiers twice double shame on you.I can’t blame the SPLA soldiers because they don’t know what so called human right.

    I condemn such a crime strongly and all rapist should go to jail.Let the investigating be lives on SSTV together with rapist.

    Lord may you Save the life of innocence people in their villages wherever they are since they have voted for self-determination

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  • 21 March 2012 07:32, by BM Bol

    Regardless they are part of the SPLA now and they should be punished accordingly.

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  • 21 March 2012 07:56, by Nimber

    I don’t blame the soldiers but I blame Kiir who order them to do whatever they wish to do.
    Do you think SPLA kept silent while they were told to disarm the civilian?
    Frankly, they are not going to ground to disarm but gain benefits from the Civilians.
    Shame on SPLA who went for Disarmament!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 21 March 2012 08:01, by Dinkawarrior

    They’re not the ordinary SPLA soldiers but the militias those who came from Khartoum Army. They are practicing what they have learned from Arabs with their system of destruction t. According to the local authority” those criminals will face justice system of the new nation” They’re Southerners through their bodies but theirs hearts and minds are belong to Arabs. Shame on you Arabizes!!

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  • 21 March 2012 08:07, by OTOOLITMODDO

    Kiir himself is responsible personally and the whole SPLA in that particular unit should be fucked too

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    • 21 March 2012 08:20, by Dinka_D_Generation_X

      Nuers lead by Riek always have second agenda in their mind, MR president KIIR have nothing to do with this and if you want to blame some one here thn blame your uncle call Peter gadite or whatever his name is.

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  • 21 March 2012 08:13, by dinkdong

    To SPLA soldiers: I don’t think president Kiir meant forces of looting civilian stuffs and raping women when he said the disarmament units will "use force" if necessary. Make that rapist tastes the bite of the law so that the rest of his rapists colleague will also learn. That "national army" is full of indisciplined soldiers.

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  • 21 March 2012 08:16, by michael Nhomlau

    The raped of a woman in Pariak by SPLA soldiers, shown that there is a lack of discipline from soldiers, but I do not blame them, I do blamed those who recruited them into SPLA forces, because these soldier are from new recruits. Formers SPLA soldiers who fought the war for 21 years can not act like that. Red Army, Koryom and Mormor oyeeeeee, I respected and honored you

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    • 21 March 2012 08:51, by Chok Deng

      I condemn the incidence with strong and possible terms,that is unacceptable.Those individuals must be brought to book.They cannot be allow to abuse the MIGHTY SPLA.

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    • 21 March 2012 09:08, by OTOOLITMODDO

      During the 21 years war, the jonkoziin SPLA were killing and raping fellow South Sudanese exactly like what the Arab tribes of SAF were doing to Nuba and Southerners. That crime is typical of SPLA JONKOZiiN. To deny it is a lie because SPLA has always been doing that

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      • 21 March 2012 12:50, by Ruach

        I heard that Dinka Dominated SPLA/Mangoor was the one leading the line and I believed it so!Shame on u Mangoor and George Bol for raping women!

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    • 21 March 2012 09:50, by Ross

      We should not call what happened as raping, but the proper name we should give is revenge. This is not done by soldiers as a whole but certain personnel did the same, as a revenged in one way or another. Remember that the spirit of tribalism is within us.A military personnel or civilian.

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  • 21 March 2012 08:44, by Northern Sudanese

    Oyee SPLA oyeeeeeeeee hahahahahahahah OYEEEEEEE SPLA OYEEEEEEEEEEEE SPLA OYEEEEEEE RAPING WOMEN AND STEALING MONEY FROM POLICE STATION HAHAHAHAHAH SPLA OYEEEEEEEE

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  • 21 March 2012 08:45, by AgwerJimmy

    Dear all, thanks for your comments but one thing I need to point out is that; We should not tribalize the report coz. the crime was done by SPLA soldiers, that is all. Don’t mention any tribe in this case. Crime is a crime no body is/was born a rapist, any humanbeing can commit any crime. The punishment should only be directed to the culprits. I only blame the head of the disarment mission.

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    • 21 March 2012 09:12, by Chok Deng

      To Agwer Jimmy;
      You are right bro,most of our commentators are suffering from tribal chauvinism,which will do more harms on the South.

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      • 21 March 2012 09:56, by athoreyemodobong

        I am sick of them ugly faced dogs always going around telling lies about others like wives speaking ill about their husband when they were not well fuck over night.They Kill their own brothers along Bor Juba road,they invent false stories of raped woman and stollen money.They come up with all these follies just only to cover up the bigest scandal their leaders fell in during disarmament in Bor.

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  • 21 March 2012 10:21, by Konan

    INTERNATIONAL OBSERVERS AND HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS SAY THAT THE SPLA STILL HAS LONG WAY TO GO TO TRANSFORM ITSELF FROM A GUERRILLA REBEL MOVEMENT TO A DISCIPLINED NATIONAL ARMY.

    LOL WA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA SPLA OYEEEEEE SPLA OYEEEEEEEE WA HA HA HA HA LOL OYEEEEEEE

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  • 21 March 2012 11:15, by Tambura

    Nothing new about this case for us. SPLA have been treating our women like this since they enter cities. Most of them are HIV p spreading the viruse by raping our girls at night and day time in Juba and other cities.They forgot that our women are the one voted 67% in referendum and independent they are the one brought us this country not looses SPAL with their brainless leaders.All that will chang

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    • 21 March 2012 11:31, by Tambura

      There for I am asking all women of s Sudan to vote for new generation in next election if they want all power.New generation will give 80 present power to women,no man will but hand on woman rape and get away with it. SPLA never fought for south Sudan they fought for New Sudan and that newSudan is in north where their leader would like to be presidente,don t let SPLA/M to fool you in nex election

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      • 21 March 2012 17:23, by Ruach

        Dear Tambura.
        You are absolutely right gat damaar.The new Sudan vision is mow adays in the North.Only truthful people like can recognize and tell the truth and the truth will walk with you.

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  • 21 March 2012 11:47, by siddaw

    there is nothing new in this. as far as the greedy Nuer are in this disarmament. don’t expect everything to be positive like when it’s Dinkas which is conducting this disarmament.....,

    nothing will ever be good when Nuer are taking role in this.
    don’t lamely accuse SPLA Soldiers for it.

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  • 21 March 2012 14:55, by Gumbulla Junior

    Dear all,
    If this incident is true.something must be done and justice must prevail immediately.Act like this one has stained our national army with dirt that no solvent can wash it away.Many incidents of this nature have happened in Boma,maruwo and pibor in the past few days but no one has ever brought them to the attention of media group.the remoteness of jonglei state has hidden so many evil act

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    • 21 March 2012 18:34, by OTOOLITMODDO

      Actually it is being ignore and the concerned people in the government block such accidents and crimes committed by SPLA members who are not from Murle against Murle victims, then people like Marial Benjamin and Philip Aguer will never mention crimes where the victims are Murle. It is intentional

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  • 21 March 2012 20:42, by guer(r)illa’s graduate

    To all, when I read this article, there was no comment to it; however, I knew the sorry-asses southerners would took it an advantage to criticise themselves! Southerners never learn! We have common enemies: arabs, tribalism, illiteracy, ignorance and so-called ’liberators’. With these enemies, I would love to borrow the dead legend; Samora Michel’s words, ’’struggle continues’’. In regard to the article, it’s sad to the victin, our government and to our country?

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    • 21 March 2012 23:30, by allan

      To otoolitmodoo first of all ur name sounds very ugly we dont wannna see this name again second im sorry for someone who send animal likes u to school, english is not for dirty people like murle tribe , go back there and eat mud and parasited u used to do, thanks dinka and nuer for there suffering to bring u guys to promised land

      when was last time ur mom and dad eat really food not parasited

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  • 22 March 2012 05:03, by Odingo

    Cowardic Dinka Bor
    Don’t you know that the rape was also also ordered by Salva Kiir and Riek Machar as a part of disarmament in Jonglei state especially Dinka Bor people. Folks, I told you a government run by Riek ad Salva Kiir, is not a government.Dinka Bor, Lou Nuer and Murles will be suffering a lot under the leadership of Riek and Salva unless someone step up to save Jonglei state.

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South Sudan People Coalition for Civil Action (PCCA) is to create warlords 2021-08-19 11:06:28 By Steve Paterno In South Sudan, where just about everyone has access to guns (tons of them), and almost every ambitious politician is a potential warlord, any slight destabilization of the (...)


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Statemeny bu Hala al-Karib to UN Security Council on women conditions in Sudan 2021-09-15 11:59:16 Statement by Ms Hala Al-Karib to the UN Security Council 14 September 2021 Madam President, Excellencies, My name is Hala Al-Karib and I am the Regional Director of the Strategic Initiative (...)

Joint Communiqué on the visit of H.E. the Prime Minister of the Republic of Sudan to Juba 2021-08-23 11:23:26 19 – 21 August 2021 His Excellency Dr Abdallah Hamdok, Prime Minister of the Republic of the Sudan and Chairperson of IGAD, accompanied by Ministers of Defence, Foreign Affairs, Trade, (...)

S. Korea supports UN communities building resilience project in Sudan’s Blue Nile 2019-09-09 09:26:41 UNDP Sudan September 5, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - An agreement was signed on 5th of September between the Korean Ambassador, His Excellency. Lee Ki-Seong and Dr. Selva Ramachandran, Resident (...)


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