Peter Biar takes on J1 again; saying Kiir sees conflicts & capitalizing on endless negotiations

LEFT Activist, Economist Peter Biar Ajak, RIGHT, Presidential Press Secretary Ateny WekLEFT Activist, Economist Peter Biar Ajak, RIGHT, Presidential Press Secretary Ateny Wek

The renown activist and South Sudanese leader Peter Biar has again come out strong criticizing the President and his leadership.

According to a long opinion article published on Washington Post yesterday [EAT] Peter Biar, a former child soldier has expressed his views and lost faith in Kiir’s administration.

“South Sudan cannot improve the quality of life for its people with Kiir in power. He knows that the South Sudanese people will never reelect him in free, fair and credible elections. He sees conflict, endless negotiations to nowhere and severe repression as the only way of maintaining his grip on power. But if the people can finally vote, they will undoubtedly send him home and elect visionary leaders who will rebuild South Sudan and restore enduring peace, development and human rights for all its people.”

Peter Biar Ajak, Activist, Economist and a South Sudanese leader

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Biar who currently live in United State of America is widely seen as a patriotic citizen who want nothing else but the best for his country.

South Sudan is a country of nearly 12.5 million people in Population and according to United Nations, 7.5 million are in dire need of humanitarian assistant.

South Sudanese who are suffering in refugee camps are more than 2 million and distributed across the horn of Africa with Kenya, Ethiopia and Uganda being the major hosts.

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