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JMEC FESTUS MOGAE ADMITS HE HAS FAILED TO END THE FIGHTING BUT HAS REFUSED TO STEP DOWN

 

Juba, 13 July 2017:The former Botswana President Festus Mogae the head of South Sudan's Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission [JMEC] acknowledges he failed to end the fighting between government and rebel forces in the world youngest nation, but he refused to step down from the post.

The inactive Former President of Botswana said he is aware many South Sudanese are frustrated with his inability and lack of progress to end the more than 3 and half years fighting in the youngest nation.

Mogae who studied economic in Oxford University has been appointed to the post of JMEC more than two years ago, but since then, his JMEC team staff have faced several obstacles including stopped and prevented by the country's army the SPLA from accessing some areas of conflict such as Yei to Monitor the ceasefire and hostilities between the warring factions.

J. Roberts Swaka

SSLN

 

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