Sudan rejects help to quell death and anarchy in Darfur
"Our position is if you have a problem you solve it. If the African forces are short of money, you provide them with money," he said.Well Mr Akol, bandits and Arab militia are looting, attacking, maiming, raping and killing. You have a problem with your Arab militia, you solve it: disarm them or ask for the world's help. Anarchy in Sudan threatens the stability of Africa.
Listen up Mr Akol, news reports have said over and over again: the AU mission is dependent on the whim of donor nations, whereas UN peacekeepers are paid from the UN budget. So, please stop evading the issue of who is willing to protect the millions of defenceless Sudanese women and children. In Darfur, handpumps are on the frontline of peacebuilding. Stop talking hot air and wasting time at the expense of suffering civilians. Drinking water is more important than oil. Do and say something useful - like getting the good for nothing bandits and Janjaweed to build peacekeeping waterpumps.
Feb 17 2006 3.4 million people in Darfur depend on aid for survival
Feb 17 2006 6.7 million people in Sudan need aid despite good harvest
Feb 1 2006 6,100,000 Internally Displaced People in the Sudan - 770,000 fled elsewhere