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Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is against the proposed eye to eye meeting that is relied upon to happen on Wednesday in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa between South Sudanese President, Salva Kiir, and conspicuous resistance and SPLM-IO pioneer Dr. Riek Machar, as indicated by a message got by Kiir from his Ugandan partners, sources told the Nyamilepedia on Monday.

One source said the Ugandan pioneer kept in touch with President Kiir a week ago and guaranteed him of his help for the South Sudanese government and the complaint by his nation to the eye to eye meeting to happen in any IGAD nation including Uganda yet favored some other nation outside the area.

"President Kiir got a message from his Ugandan partner and sibling H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni about the continuous arrangement to up close and personal meet Machar in Addis Ababa. He guaranteed us of his help and the legislature has made it clear that we need the gathering outside Ethiopia and outside the district. Museveni concurred with the legislature and conceded that in reality the gathering ought to be directed outside the area," one source told the Nyamilepedia on the state of namelessness.

Another source additionally said the administration is yet to choose over the proposed meeting between President Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar yet said the administration will conceivably dismiss the lead of the gathering in Addis Ababa.

"The administration is still to sit and settle on the gathering yet conceivably the choice once taken will be no to the gathering in Addis Ababa and the locale," the source said.

The message was conveyed toward the South Sudanese pioneer by the Deputy Prime Minister of Uganda, General Moses Ali who met the president at the State House J1 in the country's capital Juba a week ago.

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