Uganda and Kenya Lost Value in South Sudan; Watch out for The Next

By South Sudan Kyilaya

Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta, meets Ugandan president, Yoweri Museveni, in Nairobi, Kenya(Photo: supplied)

Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta, meets Ugandan president, Yoweri Museveni, in Nairobi, Kenya(Photo: supplied)

Nov 2nd, 2016(Nyamilepedia)—— Uganda government which is backing Salva Kiir’s regime to continue with all kind of hostilities that is happening in South Sudan has already loss its value in eyes of South Sudanese People.

Now Kenya army loss it value in South Sudan. A symbol of Kenyan pride in South Sudan, Commander Lieutenant General Johnson Mogoa Kimani Ondieki proved to be worthless in his responsibility in South Sudan. Soon or later some Kenyans Members of Parliamentary might visit South Sudan siding with atrocities of Salva Kiir’s regime. If they come, definitely Kenya parliament will loss it value in South Sudan too. Watch out for Next.

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JMEC, IGAD and Taban Deng already sided with Salva’s regime.

There is a complexity in chain of support: America is backing Museveni’s regime and Museveni’s regime is Backing Salva Kiir’s regime and Salva Kiir’s regime is backing all kinds of dirty cultures they have. In another hand America in Obama administration is directly and indirectly backing Salva Kiir’s regime. Surprisingly for unclear reason but as a wild dog, Salva Kiir’s regime, targeted Americans with bullets more than one times without achieving their main goals of killing and Obama administration did not show lion reaction to Salva Kiir’s regime for the aggression. As a result, Salva Kiir’s regime is looking at Obama administration as a Scorpion without Sting, and as a party that they can cheat easily and put the blame on birth of Riek Machar.

The complexity is that although Salva Kiir’s regime is backed by Museveni’s regime and Obama administration, Salva Kiir’s regime keeps bites Uganda citizen and soldiers, bites Kenyans, bites Ethiopians, and more than two times it bites Americans.

My suggestion to Museveni’s regime and Obama’s administration is that: even if your close relatives or party members or you yourself are running business with huge income in South Sudan in its current environment, please consider general safety of your citizens. General safety of citizens is part of general interesst of your country, and of the host country. It is better not to wait for the worst. You can keep hiding hostilities of Salva Kiir’s regime toward your citizens, but it is there. It will come out one day.

Dear Southerners; the series is continuing. Keep fighting the corruptions. Speak out in the media.

No Surrender to the end we go.

The author is a Concerned South Sudanese Citizen. He can be reached at south_sudan1@yahoo.com

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