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As the world watch the new nation with warnings of human rights abuse that have not seen any impact, sister countries have already rung bell of more suffering among the people of South Sudan. Standard digital media have already said the war will hit more on the already hardly affected population. The Kenyan online is Quoted to have picked words from the nation’s top security saying violence in war-torn South Sudan is worsening, condemning a “total disregard” by battling forces for a ceasefire deal it helped broker last month. Kenya’s top defense body, the National Security Council (NSC) — which is headed by President Uhuru Kenyatta — called on all sides in the conflict to resume stalled peace efforts, warning of the “cost of inertia” if they did not return to talks, the media source continued.
To confirm this statement, Kenya’s president has already said on his Face book page that he will be in Juba as of Wednesday morning. In Juba security is up at the airport with reason not far from the visit of the said President who seems to be concerned about the new nation whose 2005 peace deal was signed in his Country. As the whole world know at the on pick of the mid Dec conflict that erupted in Juba, the Kenyan president did not wait to fly and witness events in South Sudan and to start peace process to solve the conflict. At the ears of South Sudanese this morning and witnessed with buildup of security along the roads leading to the airport, unconfirmed statements tell that the Kenyan President is in the South Sudan capital for visit not yet known.
Earlier in the month there were media reports that the Ugandan President visited Juba but no one knew the cause of the visit and its outcome. South Sudanese always stay behind news taking the development of the media in the country. People today will either get the reasons for the visit of the Kenyan president or the media will only tell their audience that the president of Kenya Visited Juba but not what they said in their meeting with South Sudan counterparts. In my view the people of South Sudan expect any visit of any outside body to their country to return their stolen peace. Impact the local population in the new nation still do not believe that their long awaited and highly voted for country in referendum could just sleep in to war at night when they were preparing for their third Christmas in Independence.
Here you need not to wonder that before the conflict broke out the current minister of interior had already promised the people of South Sudan happy Christmas during the celebrations of the appointment of his deputy in Nyokuron Cultural center.
And is visiting of anybody to South Sudan rewarding at the current time where South Sudanese needed their peace they worked for in many ways and are still working for using many people?
Peace come we need you in our NEW NATION SOUTH SUDAN!