Recently We Had S. Sudanese Leaders Flashing Money Here... Now This!

Mangele

Village Elder
#1
South Sudan seeks $500 million loans to pay salaries

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South Sudanese President Salva Kiir. PHOTO | ASHRAF SHAZLY | AFP

South Sudan says it intends to borrow more than $500 million from the Afri-Exim Bank to pay salaries for public servants and fund infrastructure projects.
The Minister of Information and government spokesperson, Michael Makuei Lueth, said the cash would also be used to bolster agriculture and fund the peace process.
South Sudan has struggled for revenue after renewed fighting erupted in 2013 before the Sudan uprising disrupted oil sales with civil servants going for as many as four months without salaries. Africa is surely a combination of failed states led by idiots. More than 7.1 million South Sudanese also face famine, the United Nations reported last week.
 

Bigfish1

Village Elder
#2
If they just held on to that, priceless peace they had acquired and were patient and fair with each other, they would have emerged a very rich people.
All that oil and they still can't help themselves, they still have to depend on loans because of selfish greed.
Like we say, Africans are just a doomed species. Not a day passes that this isn't confirmed.
 

digi

Village Elder
#6
If they just held on to that, priceless peace they had acquired and were patient and fair with each other, they would have emerged a very rich people.
All that oil and they still can't help themselves, they still have to depend on loans because of selfish greed.
Like we say, Africans are just a doomed species. Not a day passes that this isn't confirmed.
:Dyou sir, cannot survive in the political arena. Everyone has money in their pockets, the more they seek is for more looting. That's how it works. They will offer concessions hapa na pale, mbao hapa na pale, oil kidogo na discount. Much more profits for whoever gives the loan
 

Bigfish1

Village Elder
#7
:Dyou sir, cannot survive in the political arena. Everyone has money in their pockets, the more they seek is for more looting. That's how it works. They will offer concessions hapa na pale, mbao hapa na pale, oil kidogo na discount. Much more profits for whoever gives the loan
Well at the end of the day, if the common person doesn't benefit, it's just a load of crap.
 
#10
This thread topic is illogical and the commenters fell for it.
There is state money and individual money. The two are not the same. OP falsely tries to merge the two. It doesn't work like that.
The government can be broke but that doesn't mean individuals are broke.
He is implying that the money they flex with is stolen from the government through corruption.
 

Mangele

Village Elder
#11
He is implying that the money they flex with is stolen from the government through corruption.
Thanks for letting this supporter of tenderpreneurs know our rich Kenyans fall in that same category of wealthy kleptomaniacs who produce nothing yet they "hug" billions of cash fleeced from public coffers.
 

1776

Village Sponsor
#12
To the world, The African is a foolish man. There is plenty of evidence.
You fight for peace, for your own state, then you get it, then fight each other.
certified idiots!
 

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