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Who is President Salva Kiir Mayaardit?

 By PaanLuel Wël & Simon Yel Yel, Juba, South Sudan

President Kiir's speeches after independence

Salva Kiir Mayaardit: The Joshua of South Sudan. Grab your copy at Amazon.com

  1. Birth, Childhood and Education

He was the commanding officer, a captain in charge of the national army, at the Bentiu military garrison, when Chevron discovered oil[1] in Unity state in 1978.

Because he could not be trusted by Khartoum, being a southerner and ex-Anyanya officer, he was immediately transferred to Malakal, and northern troops under northern command were brought in and placed in charge of the newly discovered southern oilfields.

In 1994, he survived[2] a plane crash in Kapenguria, Kenya, when a chartered plane he was travelling in from Wilson Airport, Nairobi, to Nimule fell from over 25,000 feet, killing all passengers including the pilot, except Salva Kiir and his body guard.[3]

He escaped unscathed, with only minor injuries to his arm. As president, he later survived a joint Egyptian-Sudanese assassination plot on his life, according to Wikileak Dossier.[4]

He is the only surviving founding member of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A). He has been described as the ‘Biblical Joshua’ who led his beleaguered people to the “Promised Land shortly after the rise and fall of Moses.”[5]

His name is President Salva Kiir Mayaardit, the current president of the Republic of South Sudan.

Kiir Kuethpiny Thiik Atem—popularly known as Salva Kiir Mayaardit—was born on the 13th of September, 1951, into a pastoral Dinka family in Akon village of the Awan-Chan Dinka Community, Gogrial District in Warrap state in the Bahr el Ghazal Region of the historical Sudan. He was the eighth of the family’s nine children—six boys and three girls—born to Kuethpiny Thiik Atem of Awan-Chan (Payum clan) and Awiei Rou Wol Tong of Awan-Chan (Payii clan), both of Gogrial Dinka from the REK Dinka community.

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Very interesting graphic representation of the South Sudanese conflict by Alex de Waal

http://africanarguments.org/2016/02/05/south-sudan-the-price-of-war-the-price-of-peace-a-graphic-story/


All the Preparations on the 4th Independence Anniversary Celebrations Are 100% Ready

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan's independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan’s independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Dear all,

Greetings from Juba, the Republic of South Sudan,

All the preparations for the 4th Anniversary of South Sudan Independence are 100% ready and the security situation in Juba is 100% okay. There are a lot of enemies of peace creating roomers that security situation in Juba is not good, this is a big lie, everything in Juba is running smooth and again the security situation in and around Juba is 100% OK.

May God Bless South Sudan

Comrade Larco Lomayat
Juba – South Sudan.

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan's independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan’s independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan's independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan’s independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan's independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan’s independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan's independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan’s independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan's independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan

Preparation for the 4th anniversary celebration of South Sudan’s independence at full swing at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum, Juba, South Sudan


Main Prison in Juba, South Sudan

It’s death row in a prison in South Sudan. Most of these people will die because of famine and illnesses. The rest will be executed.

 

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RECLUSOS EN LA PRISIÓN CENTRAL DE RUMBEK

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