Gov’t must stop aggressive language against friends – Yakani


South Sudan’s prominent activist Edmund Yakani is warning the government of President Salva Kiir Mayardit against using aggressive language against the citizens and the country’s friends such as the United States, United Kingdom and Norway.

This comes after information minister and government spokesman Michael Makuei Lueth threatened that the government may proceed with the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement in absence of Troika, accusing them of being “here to obstruct our own initiative.”

Makuei who was speaking to reporters following the endorsement of the extension of the transitional period by R-JMEC said the Troika countries are not signatories to the peace agreement and shouldn’t be in the R-JMEC meeting in the first place.

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