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Breaking News: Leaks Report from Presidency in Juba

Updated at 1:10PM, August 2, 2014(PST).

President Salva Kiir Mayardit of South Sudan photo ( via Wekipedia)
President Salva Kiir Mayardit of South Sudan photo ( via Wekipedia)

August 2, 2014 (Nyamilepedia)- An intelligence report from an insider within the South Sudan Presidency reveals secrets on the advanced delegation that will be traveling with Salva Kiir Mayardit to United States of America (USA), on 3rth of August 2014.

The report obtain by Nyamilepedia discloses the security agents, accountants and ministers that will accompany Salva Kiir to the Summit in Washington.

The intelligent, who leaked the report on condition of anonymity, produced a document that contain the following:

Read: South Sudan President’s Delegation To Washington, August 3rd, 2014

Meanwhile, the latest reports from South Sudanese Community in America, suggests that the local populations are calling on Obama’s administration to hand over Salva Kiir and his delegations to International Criminal Court for further investigation or else withdraw the unnecessary invitation.

South Sudanese Communities vow to demonstrate in Washington up to White house if president Barack Obama meets the South Sudanese leader, who funds a loose coalition of a tribal militia, Ugandan Army and Sudanese rebels to fight the opposition, whose fighters come mostly from one ethnic group.

Various groups led by the South Sudan’s Nuer tribe, the victims of Juba Massacres, are rallying support from other American friends and communities to stage a peaceful demonstration in Washington from Monday to Wednesday, next week.

According to Bloomberg’s last month report, “South Sudan has spent at least $1 billion on weapons and delivery systems since the fighting broke out, according to a western diplomat in Juba. Humanitarian agencies have appealed for $1.3 billion to provide relief to people affected by the conflict.”

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