Uhuru: Kenyan government committed on South Sudan
27 December 2013, 11:22
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that the Kenyan government will go as far as it can to help South Sudan at it's current time of need.
The president was speaking after meeting IGAD head of states in Nairobi and says that friendly governments are doing as much as they can to help the flailing South Sudanese.
" We will grant as much help as we can and be there for our brothers even in the aftermath of the violence, he said.
It is thought that over 3000 people have already been killed in South Sudan since the outbreak of the fighting ten days ago.
Uhuru has already been to South Sudan and met president Salva Kiir and he is confident a quick resolution will be reached as regards the conflict.
" All is being done to ensure that a peaceful solution will be reached.
President Kiir has already agreed to dialogue with rebels with a meeting set to take place in the coming days.
The UN has been at the forefront of ensuring there is peace in the volatile state with a draft resolution with far reaching measures being passed on the conflict.
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