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South Sudan's search for peace.

How can we have peace in Africa with Riek Machar and his ilk (NA August/September '14, South Sudan Special Report) still around. He is driven, like a man possessed by bad spirits, by his craving for power. He speaks of "reforms" and "democracy" and that he "does not want to fight".

If he is for democracy, as he purports, why does he not wait For the constitutionally due elections.

He sees dictators all around, but if he cares to look in the mirror, he will be reminded of his 1991 rebellion and the resultant carnage it caused.

Riek Machar, in my opinion, began the current conflict and he alone can end it.

Muziwakhe N'Kosi

Hanover, Germany

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Title Annotation:Letters
Author:N'Kosi, Muziwakhe
Publication:New African
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Oct 1, 2014
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