Khartoum Declaration – Khartoum to assume control of South Sudan’s oilfields; three regional capital cities dropped

Posted: June 27, 2018 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in History, HLRF, Junub Sudan

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  1. Daniel Yuoot Ajangdit De Yuoot. says:

    I don’t see any goodness of this Khartoum agreement even if I am in a dream. why would the northern sudan army assume control of the South Sudan Oil fields? What is the use of SPLA or South Sudan armies?
    Secondly, what will be the guarantee that Sudan won’t claims the oilfields area to belongs to Sudan as Khartoum is now doing to our area of Abyei, Panthou, 14 Mile, Northern Upper Nile, (and rest of the areas I am not to mention here)?
    I usually thought wrong before, thinking that SPLA and its leaders are the first not to trust Sudan. But, now SPLA’s leaders are the first to trust Sudan.
    The only time I will begin to trust sudan is when sudan begins to recognise our rights to the areas I mentioned above. South Sudan is now doing something the same with somebody trusting a tiger to take care of a goat, while he go for a visit to a relative in a far village. So, trust Sudan to take care of your oilfields, but, don’t cry later when the whole oil area is claimed by Sudan to be theirs.
    From now on, I am quite sure that I will stay forever in the diaspora, because South Sudanese leaders don’t listen to the facts and truth.
    Daniel Yuoot Ajangdit De Yuoot

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  2. Daniel Yuoot Ajangdit De Yuoot. says:

    Thirdly, does South Sudan want to divide or to unite? This matter needs referendum in South Sudan, not only just be decided by Salva Kiir , Riek and persons who signed that unwanted Khartoum agreement. How can the unity results from dividing the country up into tribal parts? Are you not satisfied by the wars you had been in it for all those 21 or 38 years? We, the civilians in South Sudan, want to become Southerners, not Equatorians, Bhar El ghazalians or Upper Nilans.
    Please check you additions in your maths and make sure how can we add up one, two and three together.
    Daniel Yuoot Ajangdit De Yuoot.

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