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“These people (IDPs) are even lucky” Salva Kiir.

Piles of dead bodies, women and children, killed by the government troops at a UN base in Bor, Jonglei state, South Sudan(Photo: supplied)
Piles of dead bodies, women and children, killed by the government troops at a UN base in Bor, Jonglei state, South Sudan(Photo: supplied)

May 21, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Salva Kiir, who blames everything on his main rival, Riek Machar believes that the Nuer survivors in the UNMISS camps in Juba are even lucky because the Dinka populations were not spared in Bor and other rebel held territories.

As an example, Kiir pointed out that Gatdet killed his deputy when he defected, contrary to the facts that Gatdet held the two main military barracks for nearly two days to allow civil population evacuate the town.

“NOO, Wait! …what ab? Those who are inside the camps are actually people who have been politicize because Riek Machar is sending messages that, don’t come out, we are coming to liberate you, when we capture Juba”

“Is that what you say to a woman who saw her husband shot in front of their children? You said that she has been politicized? That is not politicized, that is just a woman who believes that in this country today it is dangerous to be a nuer in a Dinka Majority city”

“Well, these people are even lucky” …

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