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South Sudan Set To Export Women To United Arab Emirates To Work As Maids, Housekeepers and Street Sweepers

Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces (Back R), meets with Salva Kiir, President of South Sudan (Back L)(Photo credit: WAM/Hazem Hussein/Tariq alfaham)
Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces (Back R), meets with Salva Kiir, President of South Sudan (Back L)(Photo credit: WAM/Hazem Hussein/Tariq alfaham)

April 25, 2019(Nyamilepedia) — Upon the return of South Sudan’s president, Mr. Salva Kiir Mayardit, from his official state visit to the United Arab Emirates, the world’s youngest nation will begin training women to be exported to the Arabs world to work as maids, housekeepers, cleaners and street sweepers.

According to Professor Jok Madut Jok, founder of Sudd Institute, a research institute funded by the USA’s USIP, the South Sudanese women “are sold off to become black slaves in Arab countries”

“I just saw the headlines about President Kiir of South Sudan agreeing with the Sheikhs in Emirates for South Sudan to send maids, housekeepers, cleaners, street sweepers to UAE.” Dr. Jok Madut breaks the controversial news on social media.

“My people, let me tell you, that if this news is true, you’ve been sold off to become black slaves to the same Arabs you gave blood to become free from.” He continued.

The South Sudanese-American warns his people to stay away from President Kiir’s recent deals citing that they will be exploited as sex slaves in those arab countries without hope of return.

What you get is slavery. Your passport will be seized. You will be required to perform all sorts of roles, including sexual roles, and you will be set up against your employers’ wife who is going to fight you from the minute you land there, thinking your male employer is going to take you a sex slave, just to cite an example. Just don’t fall for it, please” Dr. Jok Madut continued.

“Take my words, this is not new. I’ve lived in Uganda, spent times in Kenya and Tanzania, and what I’ve seen is that the governments of East Africa have secured à labour contract with UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Bahreïn and to a lesser extend, Saudi Arabia. The gist of this agreement is that innocent souls will be recruited from this region, duped to think they will go to these Persian Gulf Countries, find legitimate employment and would send home their earnings to their families. The reality, however, cannot be further from this.” Jok continued.

“I’ve seen this play out in Entebbe, where unsuspecting ‘labourers’ will be duped to fly to Dubai. I’ve seen it unfold in Dar Es Salam, Nairobi, Goma, Hargeissa etc. Don’t fall for it. As South Sudanese, you have suffered enough humiliation. And if Salva Kiir and his recent delegation to UAE don’t have the spine and guts to warn you, take it from me, and you will not regret taking my advice when you see the news of how this woman or that young man died or disappeared in UAE.” Dr. Jok said.

Jok, who currently lives in exile, pledges to fight and would rather be killed fighting for his sisters and brothers to protect them from exploitation.

“I’ll fight this so-called agreement. I’ll not accept this, I’ll have to get myself killed in the process of telling my sisters and brothers not to go to become part of this sham. I’ve studied with the Arabs, I know how they see black skin, what they think of blacks, and our government is supposed to protect us against this, not sell us for cheap things like this!!!!” Dr. Jok Madut said.

According to a South Sudan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nhail Deng Nhial, a grant of 10 millions that was given to president Kiir by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai will be used to train youth and women in businesses.

“The grant will be used to train the youth, especially women in businesses and after that, they will be given small amounts to help them in their businesses.” Hon. Nhial Deng Nhial said.

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