Observer: Sentry report aims to push for peace implementation
ADDIS ABABA (16 Sep.)
Mohammed Tawakul, an expert on the affairs in the Horn of Africa said that
the U.S.-based watchdog group's investigation into corruption by South
Sudan’s top leaders at this particular time aims at pushing for peace
Speaking to Radio Tamazuj yesterday, Tawakul said that public corruption
among South Sudanese leaders is not something new."It is difficult to limit
the corruption accusations to the two leaders because the corruption is
everywhere in South Sudan. I think the release of the report at this time
is to pressure them,”said Tawakul.
The Sentry organization, an initiative led by actor George Clooney and
activist John Pendergast, last week released a high profile report
detailing a network of supposed corruption by South Sudan leaders. The
report says that corruption drives continued war in the world’s youngest
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