BREAKING: South Sudan’s Warring President Thinks American Children Suffer More Than The South Sudanese Children

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir decorates newly appointed army chief General James Ajongo during his swearing-in ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Juba, South Sudan, May 10, 2017(Photo: file)

South Sudan’s warring president Salva Kiir decorates newly appointed army chief General James Ajongo during his swearing-in ceremony at the Presidential Palace in Juba, South Sudan, May 10, 2017(Photo: file)

Oct 15, 2017(Nyamilepedia) — While downplaying the suffering of his own people whom he believes are being killed, raped or displaced by “the Social Media”, South Sudan’s troubled President, Mr. Salva Kiir Mayardit, thinks that the American children are suffering more than the South Sudanese children.

During a recent interview in Juba by the Washington Post, Mr. Kiir, whose term in office expired in 2015, shows very little regrets for the death of his people.

Instead, Kiir is disturbed that the American children are suffering as they are being targetted on the roads, something he believes is not witnessed in his war-torn country.

“Whoever have you found shooting the schoolchildren on the bus here in South Sudan? It is happening in America” Mr. Kiir rhetorically asks the Washington Post journalist.

Overlooking the dire consequences of a war he directly commands, Mr. Kiir neither regrets anything nor promises to silence the guns any time soon but rather blames his former Vice President turned rival and social media for fueling the conflict.

According to the reports of the African Unions, Human Right Watch and the United Nations, South Sudan’s conflict is directly organized by the higher organs of the government and government soldiers have committed gruesome atrocities including raping of American citizens and killing of American journalist, Christopher Allen.

While between 50, 000 to 300, 000 South Sudanese have been killed in the conflict, more than 4 millions people have been displaced to Protection of civilians sites within the country or to refugees camps in neighboring countries.

A peace deal signed by Kiir and Machar in August 2015 has collapsed, however, Juba has shown no interest in a renegotiation of the peace process or resuscitation of the collapsed peace deal.

On the other hand, Kiir’s main rival, Riek Machar, whose forces control many areas in the country, has been barred from returning to the country following a forced eviction from the capital, Juba, in July 2016.

Though Machar remains in exile in South Africa, his influence within the country and abroad remain significantly high.

Fighting has continued to intensify since Machar’s forced eviction in July 2016 as Juba tries to take Machar’s strongholds in Upper Nile and Equatoria regions.

Efforts are being made within the region to get Kiir and his rivals to a mediation table to silence the guns and reconcile the country, however, very little progress has been made so far.

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5 comments

  • so blame goes on Salva Kiir and leaving Riek whose men killed and raped not only in Bor but also on highways and many more, and yet not targeting Salva Kiir and the south sudan army but the civilians and because UN and the rest organisations including ur news media is for interests n so yall put blame on Kiir, go to hell yall with the Americans , criminals only who listens to money and power selling their very own country, your mission will never be a success, and yes mr president is right, if they can kill students in school bus in america which is not happening in south sudan then american have bigger probelms than us, God bless south sudan and our good leaders who can never sell our nation

  • I didn’t get you. Are you talking about South Sudan or US? And by the way: there can only be peace if all political and tribal leaders want it. UN is only supporting the willing nothing more! But as long as you and other idiots don’t care about your own people: forget about peace and forget about South Sudan. You should better think of living in a failed state with many unimportant tribes ruled by leaders that fill their pockets instead of paying their soldiers and civil servants. And don’t blame UN. It’s your country and if you don’t want UN just tell them and they will leave as they were invited by the president. Or are you afraid of what comes next? I guess your family lives in Uganda does it?

  • To my point of view he president shows clear signs of mental illness. That’s frightening!

  • Who can trust Jur Chol. Anyanya are Anya Anya even they changed themselves to Kokora, they are still Anya-Anya.

  • Tiny Jur-Chol tribe are very Jealous and anti Dinka. Government money.