South Sudan: Carter Center’s Advisor Gunned Down by “Unidentified” Security Forces.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks with members of the U.S. military working with the United Nations at the United Nations Mission in South Sudan...

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks with members of the U.S. military working with the United Nations at the United Nations Mission in South Sudan…

Feb 17, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — Today, one of the international icon, working for Carter Center, whose headquarters are located at Manga Teen near Civicon Co, has been shot dead by “unidentified” soldiers in South Sudan’s capital, Juba.

Mr. Muech,  who worked at Carter Center, was shot in his forehead, stomach and leg, respectively.

The victim was abandoned, lying in a pool of blood while the rest of “wazungus” (i.e. white men) took distant, fearing being embattled by the angry soldiers, who took laws into their own hands as the new state declares a full scale war against the “Wazungus”.

The embassy of the United States is yet to react to such “an act of cowardice”, as Obama would say, however, the country’s spokesman, Hon. Michael Makuei Lueth, has earlier warned the “wazungus” and the United Nation agencies, operating in the country, to abstain from interviewing rebel leaders or else they risk being “shutdown”.

The Ministers, Hon. Makuei and his colleague in the Cabinet Affairs, who fight back against the child soldiers recruitment by the regime, call the UN, “wazungus” and their reporters “the blood suckers and mosquitoes” who depends on other people’s bloods for their survival.

“There is only one situation in which child soldiers appear, and that is in Unity State. There were child soldiers standing under a tree holding Kalishnikov. And these children are rebel children — rebel soldiers, standing under a Neem tree,” he said

“These are people who must make their living by sucking the blood of others,” he said of Human Rights Watch. “Mosquitos,” added Cabinet Minister Martin Elia, concurring.

“Mosquitos, yes,” said Makuei.

Juba is yet to investigate the killings and kidnapping of the US citizens and UN workers in the country. More than 6 UN workers have been kidnapped or killed by the “unidentified” security personnel at government-controlled airports across the country, South Sudan, within the last one year.

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  11 comments for “South Sudan: Carter Center’s Advisor Gunned Down by “Unidentified” Security Forces.

  1. warfive
    February 17, 2015 at 4:38 pm

    They are just there to make money white men always take an advantage where there’s destruction happens i’ m glad he got shot. US supporting Silva Kiir regim called it legitimate president and I am assuming Uganda president deploys more troops in Juba because he was told by US.

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  2. Luke
    February 17, 2015 at 5:14 pm

    I am rebel supporter, but I firmly condemn this act of killing innocent people for fear of telling truth to the world. Mr. Muech is one of those innocent civilians who become victims of Kiir’s regime as is the case of innocent Nuer civilians who were massacred by the same Kiir. Great loose for his family and the world.

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  3. February 17, 2015 at 9:15 pm

    God blessed nuer in this war all the white army be strong this is the last finally with kiir useless man like kiir he never went to school how come he can be leader in S’s dinka talk with your useless man let him go to school

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  4. February 17, 2015 at 10:10 pm

    Kiir now shot his head, how come you kill white men while relying on them? please choose one or risk your life

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  5. February 17, 2015 at 10:15 pm

    Mr. Siri Gabriel Yiei
    You are trying by all mean to put some charges on Juba’s government but I got to tell you my friend, African leaders and others worldwide are now backing Juba’s government why because they says, they have observed rebels telling lies and they really find out most of what they rebels says were lies and too many exaggerations for example, Uhurgu Kenyatta has said, he was sorry to see rebels leader in recently at the Safari Hotel renewing statement for what it has been settle in Tanzanian Arusha and he told his MPS of Kenya to forgive him for welcomed rebels leader in for the second time and he went to make apology to African leaders saying, Juba’s government was absolutely right.

    Attention to big News are on the way now, the South Sudan government is preparing officially to welcome back the former vice president with his all forces and the detainees SPLM are also welcome back, once again, there will be no rebels this is the message for those rebels to put in minds, there will be no SPLM G11, there will be no SPLM DC and all SPLA forces will be united strong for the third time. After all, the SPLM leadership will started talking how they war went why and who caused it? Second, how we moved from here to there? Thirdly, Leadership discussion. All SPLA generals must attend workshop and some course for their leadership training skills and there are more others structures for SPLM reunification and reconciliation agendas

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    • Turuk Riek Kulang
      February 18, 2015 at 12:17 am

      Mr. Mawien Mangol, please I think you are in your own world! what you post is not in relation with the above press release neither has it with Sirier Gabriel. For your information, there is no government in Juba, what is there is considered as a tribal government runs by Musevene of Uganda. Africa leaders are not standing with the government but with our resources given to them kir. If Kenyatta sees that rebels are liars, what about those citizens in: Refugees Camps in the neighboring Countries and UNMISS camps in their own country?

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    • GatNor
      February 18, 2015 at 12:59 am

      To welcome the exiled politician or former detainees means the so called “attempted coup” never happened as we been telling you from the get go. Meaning all charges of treason against them must be declared withdrawn before that celebrating that reunion. Even though the court withdrawn the case against the detainees during trial but not for the rest of the oppositions. So here the reason the government mass murder thousands of citizens should be explained by none other than Kiir and should be brought to books immediately thereafter. Since we know it will not happened as I described above, SPLM/A will reached a deadlock and more fighting will emerge.

      The solution is:
      1 – Kiir to step down,
      2 – Interim GONU without Kiir
      3 – Through bullets a new government will manifest or Kiir will maintained the status quo if he Kiir defeats the opposition.

      So far war is what seems to be the choice of everyone even those who disguises themselves as peace advocates on both side. from IGAD, to AU to UN, and the EU and the Americans.

      You will not get a better possible outcome than the three I have suggested. Take number one or two if not happy with neither we will agree on the last one which is number 3.

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  6. John Jal Kuach
    February 18, 2015 at 9:31 am

    whem we are tolk about peace you beat drom please wait this incieded there was bloodshed only GOD KNOWN the end.

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  7. david
    February 18, 2015 at 9:53 pm

    There is time for everything. Today is mine tomorrow is yours. Hummanitarian workers shuld be honored for the shake of their sacrificial services in south sudan. It is shameful to here such trageic death

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  8. Peace
    February 22, 2015 at 11:36 am

    God bless Mr. Muech and the Carter Centre. These brave health workers are risking their lives to make South Sudan a better place and asking nothing in return but peace to do God’s work. To target these independent, peaceful NGO’s is an act of cowardice and it hurtful for all South Sudanese. They have almost completed killing off the Guinea worm, let’s hope they complete the job and stay in South Sudan. Thank you President Jimmy Carter.

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