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IGAD calls on South Sudan to disburse peace implementation funds


Ismail Wais, IGAD Special Envoy to South Sudan, briefs the Security Council on 27 February 2018 (UN Photo)

June 20, 2019 (JUBA) - The IGAD Council of Minister has urged the South Sudanese government to honour is pledges and give the needed money pledged for the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement.

Last May, the signatories partners agreed to extend the pre-transitional period for six months. Also, the government pledged to provide one hundred million dollars for the implementation of the pending tasks; particularly security arrangements.

The IGAD foreign ministers in their meeting about the Sudanese crisis discussed also the implementation process of the revitalized peace agreement.

The Council of Minister "Urges the Government of South Sudan to urgently disburse the funds for the implementation of the critical pending tasks as pledged," said the statement

The statement further called on the international community to "reinforce the support" that has been provided for the implementation process.

Following the postponement of the transitional period, the parties agreed to start the troops’ cantonment process by the 15th June.

The JMCC finalized the cantonment planning process including the designation of sites, and the parties ended formation and training of the Area Joint Military Ceasefire Committee (AJMCC) and the Joint Monitoring Ceasefire Teams (JMCTs).

Also, the JMCC completed the training of 154 personnel in Juba who will operate the cantonment sites.


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  • 21 June 2019 12:06, by jubaone

    1. Civil servants and soldiers unpaid over the last 6 months.
    2. Embassies closing down due to unpaid rentals.
    3. China rejects a $1b loan to jienge republic due to uncertain debt servicing and repayment.
    4. SPLA-IO in Yei River State quit cantonment areas due to lack of food.
    5. Parliament rejects approval of 2019/20 budget, cuz 2018/19 unaccounted for.
    6. Chaos in Jienge republic.

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    • 21 June 2019 13:43, by Midit Mitot


      That,s true,South Sudan economic is boom-less now a day. Corruption is so high in the Republic of JCE.

      ci jaanglach!

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      • 22 June 2019 07:44, by Pakuai

        Midiit Motor, jubaone and Lino,
        What do you losers really stand for? Fellows to paraphrase African American Civil rights warrior, Mr. Malcolm X, who used to taunt his detractors that if they don’t ’stand for anything, then the should consider standing for everything’ including his fight for African American self determination and independence for what white people. Losers, yes, South Sudan doesn’t has a lot of money and that is why you losers have been honestly asked since 2013 to stop your aimless armed rebellion but you idiots won’t listen>>>

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        • 22 June 2019 07:56, by Pakuai

          You idiots are always told that ’insecurity and development’ are always ’two pole apart’-----insecurity and development don’t go together. If l can ask fellows to give us and honest answer about where the government of South Sudan should get the money to giving you losers from? Then l am 100% sure your answers would be ’it is all the Dinkas/jaangs/Jenges fault’ good luck with that fellows. The country heavily rely on oil money. No one wants to the land. Losers like Mr. Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Thomas Cirrilo and Pagan Amuom even encouraged their lowly informed losers to remain in these filthy so-called UN POCs or run to neighbouring countries for free meagre UN food rations and to be always used as begging bowls around the world for next meals>>>>

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          • 22 June 2019 08:05, by Pakuai

            But to be honest with you fellows, if we were to be listen to you losers nonsense, then our cloned so-called of North Sudan would still be lurking in your villages shagging your arses and your women to this day. Mr. Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Alfred Lado Gore, Martin Kenya and loads of traitors were our cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan proxies against the SPLM/A and of course our so-called PhD doctors are now in Khartoum, North Sudan being used as proxies, bargaining chips and blackmails over South Sudan by their foreign masters>>>

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            • 22 June 2019 08:15, by Pakuai

              to achieve their own selfish interests over South Sudan and the South Sudanese people. Fellows, what is the economy of North Sudan faring. Didn’t the current mess in North Sudan started over the prices of bread? If l can again ask you fellows, where do those North Sudanese losers think, the money to subsidize their cheap bread would come from? You would probably answer me that is also a Dinkas/Jaangs/Jenges fault. Fellows, be very careful losers. The Dinkas/Jaangs/Jenges you lowly informed losers often call names for no apparent reasons are way too well ahead of your cheap or children-like thinking>>>>

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              • 22 June 2019 08:27, by Pakuai

                Borrowing money from the corrupt institutions like your so-called *World Bank and IMF* cartels are not what ’South Sudanese with brains are after. Because we know what those cartels really are. Almost all the countries here in Africa and other developing countries are ’extricating themselves’ from those European and American loan shirks/sharks. By the way, no country would be using your US dollars as foreign exchange currency and what the *European and American* banking cartels of so-called *World bank and IMf* would rended useless. Those cartels have courting South Sudan for sometimes now to ’sign up to them’ to ’handcuff our country and to people to their dirty scams’>>>>

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                • 22 June 2019 08:39, by Pakuai

                  But South Sudanese seem to be quick learners some of these days. The US, the UK and allies only leverage left over South Sudan and South Sudanese people are their fake PhD doctors and new recruits. Otherwise, the US, the UK, their UN, NGOs and some of their creepy allies in between blackmails and propaganda about South Sudan’s problems will always remain as a desperate propaganda fellows. By the way fellows, you cannot borrow yourself out to prosperity, money doesn’t grown on trees, it must be worked for. And that is our losers are always told to get out of these filthy so-called UN compounds, grow our own food, pay our taxes and sell our surpluses to other countries to have more money in our pockets>>>>>

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                  • 22 June 2019 08:51, by Pakuai

                    But our losers aims is just to sit around, cross their legs, fold their arms and complaint day and night about corruption, Jieng council of elders (JCE), Dinkas/Jaangs/Jenges, Salva Kiir A-Z and misuse of resources while the lowly informed are doing anything to help their sorry arses but complain just about anything 24/7. Mr. jubaone, you are making things up chap. South Sudan has never been denied a loan by China and not requested a loan from China in recent months as far as l am concerned. The only country that denied another loan was our neighbour, Kenya. Kenya has no collaterals to ’secure’ another loan from China>>>>

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                    • 22 June 2019 09:02, by Pakuai

                      Standard gauged railway from Port City of Mombasa was built with the Chinese loan. The Kenyan crooks even thought that they can take another loan from China to extent their the ’standard gauged RAILY (SGR) to ’Naivasha’ (to South Sudan in other words) since the 2005 Compherensive peace agreement (CLA) between the SPLM/A and cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan (NIF) was signed in ’Naivasha, Kenya or the standard gauged railway (SGR) to reach to Uganda. Our South Sudanese fools or lowly informed idiots. Open your damn eyes and listen hard>>>>

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                      • 22 June 2019 09:15, by Pakuai

                        The criminals in the devil infested lsland of England think, that their then criminal, Mr. Cecil Rhodes idea of ’British railway from Capetown, South Africa’ to Egypt is what is being ’proxily fought’ here over South Sudan. Do you fools understand that ’Thabo Mbeki’ a loser whose ancestors gave their country to ’Dutch and English people’ is employed by the US, the UK, gulf Arab states, the UN and the NGOs to come and convince our people of Abyei, Southern Khardupan and Southern Blue Nile to welcome ’Arabs, juus (so-called Israelis), English people, white Americans, Abeshas (so-called ethiopians), Bantuses and others into our country just like the evils did in their country>>>>>

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                        • 22 June 2019 09:29, by Pakuai

                          And this was done the ’pretext/guise’ UN NEW WORLD ORDER government or ’AFRICA and REGIONAL INTEGRATION’ piece of CRAP, Our greatest Charlatan of all times, Mr. Barack Hussein Obama was always brought to South Africa by his ’secret societies handlers’ to South Africa and behaving like a ’Nelson Mandela admirer’ but the criminal was a whole fraud. He even came to Tanzania and declared "fire up Africa". He came to Abesh (so-called ethiopia) and gathered the his ’lresjdent of Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Nigeria, foreign minister of North Sudan, Chad president, Djibouti prime minister and former Abesh (so-called ethiopia) prime minister and lecture them about South Sudan and the South Sudanese people people without South Sudanese leaders>>>>

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                          • 22 June 2019 09:43, by Pakuai

                            Mr. jubaone, Lino and Midiit Motot,
                            Your fools like Barack Hussein Obama, Riek Machar, Lam Akol, Pagan Amuom, Thomas Cirillo, Raila Odinga, Uhuru Kenyatta, Paul Kagame, Yasir Arman, Malik Agar, Thabo Mbeki and others have sold themselves and their souls to ’secret societies’ of * illuminati, Ashoka, Bilderberg group, Council of foreign relations (CFR), the US department in other words, Trialateral commission, the UN, NGOs and their gulf Arab states, Rothchilds, Rockefeller and their subsidiary families who pay these traitors. Fools, watch out>>>>

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                            • 22 June 2019 11:06, by jubaone

                              It’s not about piecing together worthless English words that have no contextual relevance to the topic, but getting good analysis and good writing. Just go home and look after cows, that is the best such primitive societies like yours can do. Brain work is for Equatorians.

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                              • 25 June 2019 12:30, by Anthony

                                Bari villager
                                A poor monkey and rat hunting villager belonging to the small and insignificant primitive bari tribe thinks his society is advanced? Interesting. The bari were known to be cannibals and still practice magic up to this day. The bari also never developed a kingdom or a written language and walked naked for most of their pathetic history. Your IQ is clearly below 60(retardation levels)

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                                • 25 June 2019 12:31, by Anthony

                                  Most equatorians are also illiterate. Brainwork is definitely not for a retard like yourself.

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                                • 26 June 2019 09:37, by jubaone

                                  Anthony, jienguyu bastard,
                                  That we Bari are insignificant yet Juba is built on our land, that worthless jienge drifters and vagrants can idle in our land, that we feed them with rats and monkeys, so that they become "at least" intelligent is self explanatory. Good that you cant return to your luak, cuz you´d sleep together with cows, MTN, wasaka

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                                  • 29 June 2019 12:27, by Anthony

                                    Jubafag, the more your dumbass keeps typing the more im proven right by how much of a retard you are. Lol the only thing thing you can come up with is the fact that the capitol just happens to be in the land of the primitive bari? and so what? Your people are a savage and backwards tribe no one gives a shit about. You have walked naked and have no history. Your people are pathetic.

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                                    • 29 June 2019 12:30, by Anthony

                                      You didn’t try to attempt to refute my claim that the bari walked naked( and still do) for most of their history, or the fact that they never developed a kingdom but lived like primitive animals with no writing or reading until the british came and put pants on your black asses. Good that you know how worthless your monkey tribe is.

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                                      • 29 June 2019 12:34, by Anthony

                                        Brits and arabs built juba while your slave tribe was running around naked eating insects and shitting in the open like animals. The arabs managed to occupy juba(in the heart of your land) for the whole of the civil war. Why didnt you bari liberate juba? You slaves allowed arabs to fuck your women and cooked food for them. You did nothing when they massacred you during the juba massacre.

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                                        • 29 June 2019 12:36, by Anthony

                                          Arabs massacred bari in the heart of their own land without any resistance from the bari. they even named places in juba with arab names with your approval. You people are fucing slaves hahaha. Stupid bari apes, only worth enslaving.

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  • 21 June 2019 15:45, by Theallseeingeye

    I wonder where the IGAD´s financial contribution or donation for the implementation of the peace agreement. why can’t IGAD even help in accommodating the Opposition’s peace delegates in their hotels which span the whole Juba?. then the peace deal was signed, WHO WAS MANDATED TO FUN THE PROCESS?, I guess this is African solution to African problem.hahahahah

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  • 21 June 2019 15:46, by Theallseeingeye


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  • 21 June 2019 19:05, by lino

    IGAD nonsense!!! South Sudan is in bankruptcy situations and cannot pay Civil servants; how they will come up with this big bills.
    Can IGAD Countries throw in some change/cash???!!!

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  • 26 June 2019 21:26, by Gender Activist Ter Manyang

    Who will listen?

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