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.