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Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin

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Barnaba Marial Benjamin, ...
www.journal-news.com, 25 July 2013 [cached]
Barnaba Marial Benjamin, former government spokesman and information minister, urged the country to remain calm.
"This is a normal democratic process where an elected head of state, elected by 93 percent of the country, has decided to change his government (and) he should be given the chance to for a new government," he said.
Benjamin dismissed fears that the dissolution of cabinet would lead to chaos.
"I think some of the people removed are among the most committed people to the liberation struggle of this country and they would not want to destabilize the country. Secondly, we know that a government reshuffle is normal," said Benjamin.
South Sudanese Information Minister ...
operationsudan.org, 25 June 2013 [cached]
South Sudanese Information Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin 2 April 2 2012 (Getty)
If it is to be sold ...
www.sudan.net, 13 Feb 2013 [cached]
If it is to be sold it must be with the knowledge of both the minister of petroleum of South Sudan and the petroleum minister of Sudan," Information Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin said. "The oil in storage, maybe Sudan will get something out of it, a share of it, but that money has to come back to the Republic of South Sudan," Benjamin said. DISPUTED OIL
Deputy defence minister Majak D'Agot (L) ...
operationsudan.org, 23 May 2013 [cached]
Deputy defence minister Majak D'Agot (L) and information minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin (R) at news conference in Juba, 12 February 2013 (ST)
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"The government of Sudan is deliberately sponsoring all militia activities in this country, especially in Jonglei state," South Sudan's information minister, Barnaba Marial Benjamin, said.
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Deputy defence minister Majak D'Agot (L) and information minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin (R) at news conference in Juba, 12 February 2013 (ST)
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"The government of Sudan is deliberately sponsoring all militia activities in this country, especially in Jonglei state," South Sudan's information minister, Barnaba Marial Benjamin, said.
South Sudan government ...
www.sudan.net, 4 April 2012 [cached]
South Sudan government spokesman Barnaba Marial Benjamin said Sudan is bombarding disputed areas in South Sudan despite a Feb. 10 nonaggression and cooperation pact signed by both countries in African Union-led negotiations in Ethiopia.
"As we speak today they are continuing bombing villages," Benjamin said.
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Benjamin said the despite the bombings South Sudan still would welcome al-Bashir to meet with Kiir. Benjamin, who is also South Sudan's minister for information and broadcasting, linked the bombings in the Upper Nile, Unity and Western Bahr Al Ghazal states to South Sudan's shutting down of its oil sector earlier this year. Landlocked South Sudan shut down oil production in January, saying that its northern neighbor had stolen oil which was meant to be exported through Sudan. Benjamin said since South Sudan stopped production, Sudan increased aerial bombardment of the disputed areas and organized ground attacks in late March which were repulsed by the South Sudanese troops. He accused Sudan of trying to scare away investors, including American and Chinese companies, in the oil-rich regions where there are plans to build oil refineries which he said will be operational in six to seven months. The oil refineries will help South Sudan process some oil to help meet local demand, he said. Echoing the words of South Sudan's president, Benjamin said South Sudan remains committed to peace and would fight back only to defend its territorial integrity. "We will not be dragged into a senseless war," he said. Benjamin also complained that the African Union is not doing a satisfactory job mediating talks with Sudan. South Sudan is disappointed by an AU report to the U.N. Security Council that Benjamin said portrayed his country as the aggressor in hostilities between the two countries. He suggested that a regional bloc known as IGAD take over. The seven-nation IGAD - the Inter Governmental Authority for Development - negotiated the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement that ended a decades-long civil war between Sudan and South Sudan. That deal led to South Sudan's secession from Sudan last year. Among the unresolved issues from the split is the demarcation of the border and an agreement to share oil revenue. Benjamin said South Sudan shutdown its oil production because Sudan had stolen millions of barrels of oil and increased oil transit fee through its pipeline to $36 a barrel. Benjamin said it was better that South Sudan's oil stay in the ground. Benjamin said that South Sudan will construct two pipelines - one to Kenya and one across Ethiopia into Djibouti. Benjamin said the South Sudan is also seeking international loans in order to fill in the budget deficit caused by the shutdown in oil production.
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