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“I don’t want any more bloodshed in South Sudan,” Kiir said, speaking in public for the first time since fighting erupted on Friday. “I want Dr Riek Machar, the first vice president of the republic, to be near me, so we can chart the way forward.”Follow @newslexpoint
Salva Kiir is tired of bloodshed in his country!
Kiir spoke at the bullet-scarred presidential palace, standing alongside ceasefire monitoring chief Festus Mogae, a former Botswanan president, and African Union special envoy Alpha Oumar Konare, a former president of Mali.
“If there was anyone hunting for them, they could find them,” Kiir said. “I am ready to protect Dr Machar if he comes.”
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