President Salva Kiir presided over the world’s youngest nation as it descended into civil war, famine and a historic refugee crisis. There was hope for South Sudan when the deal was brokered in Nairobi by former Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki. I remember the South Sudanese community dancing, partying and even crying after being free from the chains of Omar El Bashir.
So what exactly happened to South Sudan? Salva Kiir’s military is responsible for ethnic cleansing. The United States has imposed sanctions on some of his closest associates. Corruption is widespread in South Sudan and businesses operating or planning to invest in the country should beware of these risks. Bribery is widespread in all sectors of the economy and close relations between the government and businesses are mentioned as a crucial factor in succeeding in business. The country’s judicial system is inefficient and is plagued by corruption and a culture of impunity.
Ethiopia is trying to make a deal between the warring factions and i was like “what”???? Between 50,000 and 300,000 people have been killed in the war, according to the African Union. It is now, by many measures, the worst humanitarian crisis on the continent. A third of South Sudan’s population is displaced internally or living in refugee camps abroad. These people should be arrested and tried for war crimes, corruptions and displacement of people.
human rights groups have documented many incidents in which government troops from Kiir’s Dinka tribe massacred and raped civilians from Machar’s Nuer tribe. It is simple ARREST SALVA KIIR AND RIEK MACHAR, FREE THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH SUDAN