It is obvious who the biggest loser of the ongoing troubles in South Sudan will be. It is Kenya. Above everything else the country has lost a major market for its' products and work force at a time when the economy is headed south. Very hard times ahead for already struggling Kenyans.
In my latest intelligence reports I reveal and break it down for you. More than 500 people are believed to have died in clashes in South Sudan between rival army factions. President Salva Kiir says it was a coup attempt, blaming soldiers loyal to former Vice-President Riek Machar for the trouble, but Mr Machar denies this.trouble started almost two weeks ago when soldiers within started fighting amount themselves. President Salva Kiir accused his former vice president Riek Machar of staging a coup which was crushed by loyal solders. Choul Laam the deputy Chief of Staff in the office of the Sudanes Peoples liberation army Secretary general disputed the governments narrative that there had been an attempted coup in the capital Juba. He said the conflict arose after a section of the presidents guards were violently disarmed without reason.