South Sudan regrets Kenya push to deploy foreign troops in Juba

Sammuel999

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July 18, 2016 (JUBA) - South Sudan government under the leadership of President Salva Kiir has described as “unfortunate” the position taken by the neighbouring Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta, and his government, in supporting proposed deployment of additional regional troops to join the current United Nations peacekeeping forces to help provide security for the capital, Juba, and restore peace in the country.

On the other hand, the opposition faction of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM-IO) under the leadership of the First Vice President, Riek Machar, has welcomed the Kenyan President’s stance, saying it is for the good of the people of South Sudan and for regional peace and security.

President Kenyatta in his recent meeting with the United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon, said the region, including his own country, should urgently provide more troops to the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) to provide protection of leaderships and vulnerable citizens in South Sudan in the wake of violence last week in Juba in which hundreds of people were killed.
President Kenyatta said his country and those in the region have a collective responsibility to restore peace and security in South Sudan, saying the country has fallen down again.
“We have all watched events in South Sudan with sorrow. Our youngest brother has fallen, yet again, into division and violence. It is our responsibility – all of us, but especially those in the region – to restore peace, and to restore it durably,” said President Kenyatta according to the statement from his office.
“Let me be clear: those of us in the region have primary responsibility for peace and security here. But that responsibility is also collective – all of us must think carefully, and work hard, in the cause of peace,” he added.
The Kenyan leader also urged the UN Security Council to modify the mandate of UNMISS “so that it can separate those who have turned to violence, so that it can protect the infrastructure South Sudan has built, and so that it can enforce the peace. That is what collective responsibility means.”
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the African Union (AU) and the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) have all agree to send additional troops to Juba to restore peace.
The IGAD Executive Secretary, Mahboub Maalim, proposed a three-fold approach to addressing the South Sudan crisis.
“First, impose an immediate arms embargo on South Sudan. Second, enact additional targeted sanctions on leaders and commanders working to unravel the peace process. Third, fortify the UN Mission in South Sudan, UNMISS,” the IGAD Executive Secretary said.
The top regional official said that the chiefs of staff from five countries comprising Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan and Uganda have proposed reinforcement of UNMISS troops from the region under the same UNMISS mandate.
But South Sudan’s minister of cabinet affairs, Martin Elia Lomuro, told Sudan Tribune on Monday that it was unfortunate that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his government of Kenya decided to support deployment of additional foreign troops to South Sudan.
“That proposal will not work, because a problem is not solved by another problem and this thinking is unfortunate. Kenyan government should have done better than this,” said Martin Elia Lomuro.
Minister Lomuro, an ally to President Salva Kiir, echoed his president’s earlier comments that he would not allow even a “single soldier” to deploy in South Sudan.
The opposition faction of the SPLM-IO says President Kiir has failed to control his forces or protect the people of South Sudan, coupled with his reluctance to fully implement the peace agreement which he signed in August last year.
The regional troops from Kenya, Ethiopia and Rwanda are expected to be deployed to Juba soon to take control of essential infrastructures including Juba International Airport.
The troops are expected to be given a stronger mandate including to use force against any party that will be initiating violence, threatening civilians or obstructing the implementation of the peace agreement.
 

Sammuel999

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The troops are expected to be given a stronger mandate including to use force against any party that will be initiating violence, threatening civilians or obstructing the implementation of the peace agreement.
 

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The troops are expected to be given a stronger mandate including to use force against any party that will be initiating violence, threatening civilians or obstructing the implementation of the peace agreement.


Ila mwakani 2017 foreign troops zikiingia Nairobi kumuingiza Raila Odinga madarakani Wakenya wasipige kelele tu!
 

Quickly

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Both Kiir and Machar should be locked out of power in a new dispensation. This new country is an embarrassment to Africa's self rule claims. They are so good at messing things up, something like a 5-10 year transitional rule managed by neutral parties for the benefit of it's citizens may be attempted. They wasted the 5 years before independence by not putting in place mechanisms that would have prevented such a scenario.
 

Sammuel999

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Ila mwakani 2017 foreign troops zikiingia Nairobi kumuingiza Raila Odinga madarakani Wakenya wasipige kelele tu!


yeah Kenya spends 2.1bn$ yearly on weapons but JWTZ with it's 367mn$ budget ndio itatuokoa!!! hahaha please try that and DAR WILL BE A QUARRY IN 2HOURS



LAIKIPIA AIRBASE TO DAR IS JUST 50MINS AWAY!!
 

Barbarosa

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yeah Kenya spends 2.1bn$ yearly on weapons but JWTZ with it's 367mn$ budget ndio itatuokoa!!! hahaha please try that and DAR WILL BE A QUARRY IN 2HOURS



LAIKIPIA AIRBASE TO DAR IS JUST 50MINS AWAY!!


JWTZ yetu inaingiaje hapa?
 

Geza Ulole

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Ila mwakani 2017 foreign troops zikiingia Nairobi kumuingiza Raila Odinga madarakani Wakenya wasipige kelele tu!
waache wajiingize kwenye mtego lazima zichapwe huko Juba! Kenya wanakinyongo kutopata South Sudan pipeline deal...

 

Uhuru n Umoja

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yeah Kenya spends 2.1bn$ yearly on weapons but JWTZ with it's 367mn$ budget ndio itatuokoa!!! hahaha please try that and DAR WILL BE A QUARRY IN 2HOURS



LAIKIPIA AIRBASE TO DAR IS JUST 50MINS AWAY!!

You are mad and very stupid indeed! It took Kenyan army three years to capture kismayu from ill equipped al shabab and uko hapa waongea mavi juu ya JWTZ.
 

Boda254

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Apart from the military action, the IGAD member states should also freeze the accounts of Pres Salva Kiir, Riek Machar and their cronies. These people should not be allowed to cause bloodshed and mayhem in South Sudan while their families live in Opulence in Nairobi, kampala and addisababa
 

Tim Choice

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You are mad and very stupid indeed! It took Kenyan army three years to capture kismayu from ill equipped al shabab and uko hapa waongea mavi juu ya JWTZ.

That was a strategy to ensure no civilian casualties..and the terrorists are always embedded in civilians, civilians were given all that time to leave and enter into refugee camps, I remember even leaflets were dropped in over 50 towns and when KDF finally attacked it took hours only to bomb all the towns.
Towns like....Baadhere,Afgooye,Baydhabo,Dinsoor,Jilib,Afmadow,Haradhere,Barawa,Ras Kamboni,Burhakaba,Beledweyne,Baidoa,Galinsoor,Galcaayo,Kismayo,El Adde,Cel Waak, etc etc....all these were struck simultenously!
That was unconventional warfare...........In an event of a conventional warfare with an official military just know that you have no matching fire-power, and if its an all out war,civilians will be mere casualties!
Our drones can flatten Dar in seconds even while hovering over Kilimanjaro.
You have no matching air power or even a missile defense shield,like Israel's thus,with superior air power all your cities can be bombed simultaneously with zero resistance from your toy surface to air unguided and zero-precision missiles,especially with our new jets that have night fighting capabilities/vision.
Your fake radar isn't working either!
At the border, we have 100 times the number of tanks you have and as your troops advance some will be taken off from the air while the ones reaching Namanga will meet a huge wall of fighting powerful tanks.
Meanwhile our navy could be finishing the remnants of Dar while liberating Zanzibar!
Can your ships strike cities 500 km away inland from the sea?...answer is NO!
And you aren't even a little bit war-like like the SOMALIS ....so just buzz off!

JWTZ ni mavi ya kuku!
 

Uhuru n Umoja

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That was a strategy to ensure no civilian casualties..and the terrorists are always embedded in civilians, civilians were given all that time to leave and enter into refugee camps, I remember even leaflets were dropped in over 50 towns and when KDF finally attacked it took hours only to bomb all the towns.
Towns like....Baadhere,Afgooye,Baydhabo,Dinsoor,Jilib,Afmadow,Haradhere,Barawa,Ras Kamboni,Burhakaba,Beledweyne,Baidoa,Galinsoor,Galcaayo,Kismayo,El Adde,Cel Waak, etc etc....all these were struck simultenously!
That was unconventional warfare...........In an event of a conventional warfare with an official military just know that you have no matching fire-power, and if its an all out war,civilians will be mere casualties!
Our drones can flatten Dar in seconds even while hovering over Kilimanjaro.
You have no matching air power or even a missile defense shield,like Israel's thus,with superior air power all your cities can be bombed simultaneously with zero resistance from your toy surface to air unguided and zero-precision missiles,especially with our new jets that have night fighting capabilities/vision.
Your fake radar isn't working either!
At the border, we have 100 times the number of tanks you have and as your troops advance some will be taken off from the air while the ones reaching Namanga will meet a huge wall of fighting powerful tanks.
Meanwhile our navy could be finishing the remnants of Dar while liberating Zanzibar!
Can your ships strike cities 500 km away inland from the sea?...answer is NO!
And you aren't even a little bit war-like like the SOMALIS ....so just buzz off!

JWTZ ni mavi ya kuku!

How old are you? I suppose you are in your twenties. Hapa Tanzania ki sheria tulipokua tukimaliza tu form six tuenda jeshini. Wengi tuliohapa ni wanajeshi, mawaziri wetu wote mpaka raisi wetu aliyetoka na aliyopo ni wanajeshi.

tunajua art of war, kwakua tulihudhuria mafunzo hayo. Wewe kaa keyboard andika utakavyo kwakua huna unachojua kuhusu mambo ya kijeshi. Ndani ya East Africa Kenya has the weakest army, jeshi lenu halina war veteran hata mmoja, na vita yenu ya kwanza ni huko Somalia, na hamko alone, kuna Uganda, burundi, na Ethiopia ndio walikua wa kwanza kuingia Somalia.

Kifupi tu, Kuanzia Kagame-rwanda Museven-uganda, Jacob Zuma-south africa, felipe Nyusi-mozambique, Hage Geingob-namibia, kabila-congo, dos santos-angola, mugabe-zimbabwe hii ni list fupi ya maraisi walio madarakani ambao trained Tanzania na magenerals wao trained Tanzania. John Garang-South Sudan, Nkurunzinza-burundi, hata wale mafala waliotaka kumpindua pia trained Tanzania. Na pia hata nnchi nyingi hapo hata maraisi waluopita, magenerals wao.

Fanya research ya nilichokiandika utaelewa JWTZ ni nini katika ukanda huu na Africa in general.

tumefanya mapinduzi kwenye nnchi nyingi sana Africa. Mavi! Wakenya wengi ni mdomo tuu, wakati kila kukicha Al shabab wanawachinja hivyo.
 

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Nishawaambiaga hawa wakitaka vita na bongo wajiandae kupigana na soldiers zaidi ya milioni 30. Tutawatia hadi mtatii
 

Tim Choice

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Nishawaambiaga hawa wakitaka vita na bongo wajiandae kupigana na soldiers zaidi ya milioni 30. Tutawatia hadi mtatii

Takataka tu!...vita vya sasa ni TEKNOLOGIA!.....hata muwe na soldiers billioni moja...labda kwa kauli yako Mchina na halaiki yake ya watu angemshinda Mmarekani.
Bure kabisa bongo lala , tena hao watamwangwa kama njugu.....precision strikes za reaper drones zikiwa cordinated na friendly satelitte ,usiku kwa mchana ....hamwezi songa hatua hata moja.
TECHNOLOGY,TECHNOLOGY!
Kwa kauli yako , Waarabu walivyo wengi zaidi ya Wayahudi wangekua washawamaliza Waisraeli.....teknolojia ya muisraeli inamwezesha kuwapiga kila siku,kila wakti,kila sekunde,kila mara na apendavyo kwa raha zake!
Historia yenu ya vita vya vijiti vya jadi vimepitwa na wakati!

Bure kabisa!
 

Tim Choice

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Labda mgekua na hela nyingi mgenunua teknolojia japo vijana wenyu bongolala...hamna hivi vyote(hela+technolojia)
Kwa hivyo mpo ovyo zaidi ya mara mbilii....domo domo, msiombe kabisaa conventional warfare!
 

lelooo

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yeah Kenya spends 2.1bn$ yearly on weapons but JWTZ with it's 367mn$ budget ndio itatuokoa!!! hahaha please try that and DAR WILL BE A QUARRY IN 2HOURS



LAIKIPIA AIRBASE TO DAR IS JUST 50MINS AWAY!!
Jeshi ni medali za vita na mbinu.na wala si expenditure.angalia mfano mzuri yom kippur war ambayo israel anapitwa zaidi ya mara nne kwa army expenditure dhidi ya aliokuwa anapigana nao.matokeo nadhani unayajua ilikuwaje japokuwa aliyejiandaa kivita na kushambulia alikuwa anaomba pooo.
kwa taarifa yako jw ni jeshi lenye nidhamu ya hali ya juu na wa tz wameuiga zaid huo mfumo kwa israel.
angalia tena reserve army ya israel against active personel af zifananishe na tz utagundua ukweli huo
 

Juakali1980

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July 18, 2016 (JUBA) - South Sudan government under the leadership of President Salva Kiir has described as “unfortunate” the position taken by the neighbouring Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta, and his government, in supporting proposed deployment of additional regional troops to join the current United Nations peacekeeping forces to help provide security for the capital, Juba, and restore peace in the country.

On the other hand, the opposition faction of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM-IO) under the leadership of the First Vice President, Riek Machar, has welcomed the Kenyan President’s stance, saying it is for the good of the people of South Sudan and for regional peace and security.

President Kenyatta in his recent meeting with the United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon, said the region, including his own country, should urgently provide more troops to the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) to provide protection of leaderships and vulnerable citizens in South Sudan in the wake of violence last week in Juba in which hundreds of people were killed.
President Kenyatta said his country and those in the region have a collective responsibility to restore peace and security in South Sudan, saying the country has fallen down again.
“We have all watched events in South Sudan with sorrow. Our youngest brother has fallen, yet again, into division and violence. It is our responsibility – all of us, but especially those in the region – to restore peace, and to restore it durably,” said President Kenyatta according to the statement from his office.
“Let me be clear: those of us in the region have primary responsibility for peace and security here. But that responsibility is also collective – all of us must think carefully, and work hard, in the cause of peace,” he added.
The Kenyan leader also urged the UN Security Council to modify the mandate of UNMISS “so that it can separate those who have turned to violence, so that it can protect the infrastructure South Sudan has built, and so that it can enforce the peace. That is what collective responsibility means.”
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the African Union (AU) and the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) have all agree to send additional troops to Juba to restore peace.
The IGAD Executive Secretary, Mahboub Maalim, proposed a three-fold approach to addressing the South Sudan crisis.
“First, impose an immediate arms embargo on South Sudan. Second, enact additional targeted sanctions on leaders and commanders working to unravel the peace process. Third, fortify the UN Mission in South Sudan, UNMISS,” the IGAD Executive Secretary said.
The top regional official said that the chiefs of staff from five countries comprising Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan and Uganda have proposed reinforcement of UNMISS troops from the region under the same UNMISS mandate.
But South Sudan’s minister of cabinet affairs, Martin Elia Lomuro, told Sudan Tribune on Monday that it was unfortunate that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his government of Kenya decided to support deployment of additional foreign troops to South Sudan.
“That proposal will not work, because a problem is not solved by another problem and this thinking is unfortunate. Kenyan government should have done better than this,” said Martin Elia Lomuro.
Minister Lomuro, an ally to President Salva Kiir, echoed his president’s earlier comments that he would not allow even a “single soldier” to deploy in South Sudan.
The opposition faction of the SPLM-IO says President Kiir has failed to control his forces or protect the people of South Sudan, coupled with his reluctance to fully implement the peace agreement which he signed in August last year.
The regional troops from Kenya, Ethiopia and Rwanda are expected to be deployed to Juba soon to take control of essential infrastructures including Juba International Airport.
The troops are expected to be given a stronger mandate including to use force against any party that will be initiating violence, threatening civilians or obstructing the implementation of the peace agreement.

Kenya should stay out of this country's business.. Prez Moi saved them from the jaws of the damn arabs...let them sort out their mess...
 

Uhuru n Umoja

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Nishawaambiaga hawa wakitaka vita na bongo wajiandae kupigana na soldiers zaidi ya milioni 30. Tutawatia hadi mtatii

Achana na hawa mikundu, wengi wao ni watoto halafu mbele giza. Viongozi wao wanajua hilo kua JWTZ ni habari nyingine hivyo hawa chokoraa humu JF waache waongee, katika ukanda huu mpaka South hakuna nnchi inayotunyima usingizi kijeshi. JWTZ lilienda sawa na apartheid army mika nenda rudi ndani ya mozambique. Mwambie bwege a google "Naliendele cemetery" ajue walikufaje na kwenye vita gani na wapi, sio anaongea ongea. Na pia mwambie huyu pimbi chokoraa afanye research ya hii "operation Mahe" in Victoria ndani ya Seychelles, ambapo majasusi ya kutegemewa ya apartheid na CIA walitaka fanya mapinduzi baada Jeshi lililotukuka JWTZ kupindua serikali ya Seychelles na kumuweka madarakani Robert Rene. Hao majasusi walikimbia kama kuku na wengi walibaki marehemu airtport, walipokutana na mziki mpana wa JWTZ chini ya Gen Hassan Ngwilizi or Gen Abdulrahaman Shimbo, awa ndio wakuu wa brigade iliyokua Seychelles kwa nyakati tofauti.

halafu vichokoraa vimezaliwa jana havojui hata historia hapa JF vinaongea mavi.
 

Juakali1980

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That was a strategy to ensure no civilian casualties..and the terrorists are always embedded in civilians, civilians were given all that time to leave and enter into refugee camps, I remember even leaflets were dropped in over 50 towns and when KDF finally attacked it took hours only to bomb all the towns.
Towns like....Baadhere,Afgooye,Baydhabo,Dinsoor,Jilib,Afmadow,Haradhere,Barawa,Ras Kamboni,Burhakaba,Beledweyne,Baidoa,Galinsoor,Galcaayo,Kismayo,El Adde,Cel Waak, etc etc....all these were struck simultenously!
That was unconventional warfare...........In an event of a conventional warfare with an official military just know that you have no matching fire-power, and if its an all out war,civilians will be mere casualties!
Our drones can flatten Dar in seconds even while hovering over Kilimanjaro.
You have no matching air power or even a missile defense shield,like Israel's thus,with superior air power all your cities can be bombed simultaneously with zero resistance from your toy surface to air unguided and zero-precision missiles,especially with our new jets that have night fighting capabilities/vision.
Your fake radar isn't working either!
At the border, we have 100 times the number of tanks you have and as your troops advance some will be taken off from the air while the ones reaching Namanga will meet a huge wall of fighting powerful tanks.
Meanwhile our navy could be finishing the remnants of Dar while liberating Zanzibar!
Can your ships strike cities 500 km away inland from the sea?...answer is NO!
And you aren't even a little bit war-like like the SOMALIS ....so just buzz off!

JWTZ ni mavi ya kuku!
Wacha kuroboka bwana...Can you please post pictures of our NEW FIGHTER JETS that u referring to here???THE F5s ARE LIKE 50YRS OLD..Here is the truth..TANZANIA IS NOT A LANDLOCKED COUNTRY..we simply don't know their AIR DEFENSE CAPABILITIES..coz no TANZANIAN MILITARY HARDWARE PASSES THRU Kenya..
 

that mken

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You are mad and very stupid indeed! It took Kenyan army three years to capture kismayu from ill equipped al shabab and uko hapa waongea mavi juu ya JWTZ.

have you given any military support to this region? you know nothing about military operations yet you open the biggest mouth nkt kismayio was the goldmine for the alshabaab how you dare say at the time of the take over alshabaab was ill equipped? you are very ignoramus and how is an army worth its salt just sitting on payroll in a region it considers itself a key member?sit your ass down and shut the f**k up
 

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