President Salva Kiir has declared a period of one month of mourning following the death of the Transitional Government of National Unity or TGoNU as it’s more commonly known. Flags will be flown at half-mast and to end the mourning period a solemn ceremony will be held on the last day where a coffin full with pretend money symbolic of what has been achieved during this period and it will be buried next to our founder in chief John Garang.
The acting head of mission at the South Sudan Embassy in the United States, Ambassador Gordon Buay has rebelled and declared his allegiance to Dr. Machar SPLM-IO after President Kiir’s administration in Juba failed to officially promote and hand him the highly contested position of Ambassador to the USA which he says he has earned.
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Following the shutdown of the telecom firm Vivacell, Ateny Wek Ateny – the Press Secretary in the Office of the President- is said to have ‘hijacked for some minutes’ a talk show of the UN-sponsored Radio Miraya to read and repeat a long list of new MTN mobile telephones numbers (private and official) of himself, senior government officials, institutions and some JCE members.
The United Nation’s Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has come out and publicly claimed full responsibility for the almost psychopathic behaviour of the President of South Sudan, Pres. Salva Kiir, who – in interviews, public speeches and closed-door diplomatic meetings- continues to adamantly exempt himself of the responsibility of the woes that has befallen the young nation and its people.
South Sudan donors, popularly known by several aliases such as ‘Friends of South Sudan’, Troika (USA, UK and Norway), together with other countries like China, Japan and even Ireland and Somalia have teamed up and are about to finalise a drafted radical plan that aims to revitalise not only the so-called peace process but also catapult the new nation into a futuristic dreamland where war, famine and disease could become ancient history.