South Sudan: The Structure of the Kingdom in South Sudan!

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Those who have refused that punishment were given a bullet on their foreheads, unfortunately those who ate the dead human flesh as directed to them by the Presidential guards passed away recently with the exception of one who was taken to Nairobi.

In fact, the government of Kiir had been in plan for more than eight years to single out Nuer tribe in the country, which means that Kiir doesn't want Nuer to exist on earth.

The Nuer community lost quarter of their entire population, which will take a hundred years for such a gap to be compensated.

I believe this government will continue to kill these innocents Nuer civilians if the Pro-democracy fighters doesn't take action against it, because I have seen that Gelweng are still moving at night door by door killing Nuer who are hiding in their houses.

I am urging the international community such as EU, AU, as well as the UN to put pressure on the dictator Museveni whose soldiers were captured in Bor town supporting Kiir, otherwise, Freedom fighters will do their best to capture even Museveni

In conclusion,

For south Sudanese to enjoy or smell freedom they have to unite and rally behind freedom fighters under the leadership of Dr Riek Machar Teny who has been and still working hard to democratize our beloved country to fully end tendency of dictatorship politically or militarily.

Long live people of south Sudan!

The writer is a concerned citizen of south Sudan.

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