We looked inside some of the tweets by @Drriekmachar and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
In Addis for peace implementation effort. We had the opportunity to read cde James Gatdet Dak's book "my painful story"
R-ARCISS gives us the opportunity of mending what we so missed in 2016 and throughout this senseless war.
Even if its not that perfect, R ARCISS is the only way towards changes in the country.
IO is committed to peace. South Sudanese deserves a rest. The yesterday's event is a beginning of the way forward to full peace.
We are not saying that a good peace has been signed. We are saying that even if some clauses look inappropriate and uncompromising, let's give our people a breathing space while we work through those loopholes. They've suffered too much.
I have had a fruitful discussion with Hon Raila Odinga in the quest for peace in our country. IO and myself have been advocating for this peaceful resolution of the conflict. The status quo shouldn't stand. Something will change.
The three engineers are currently in their nominated location of choice where they would be able to meet their families. 2/2
We wish to confirm that the two Indian Dar Petroleum Engineers and Pakistani national extracted from the fight in Adar are now released 1/2
We expect the committee report on the two Pakistani Engineers and all others POW extracted in Guelguk fight soon.
We have formed a committee to investigate their involvement in the fight when govt troops attacked our defensive position in Guelguk 2/2
We want to reiterate that the Pakistani Dar Petroleum workers were not kidnapped but extracted during the fighting in Adar State 1/2
3/ it's our believe that Kiir regime is trying to use his National Dialogue as a delaying tactic in resolving the conflict.
2/ the regime of Salva Kiir doesn't believe in the existence of famine around the country. To them it's a tool to punish opponents.
1/We call on the administration of @realDonaldTrump to involve in this popular call for the resuscitation of the ARCISS to avert the famine
Want 2 categorically point out that Gen Cirilo isnt with us contrary to reports.But like us he's looking for a genuine peace in the country
We welcome Gen Thomas Cirilo Swaka's resignation from the government of Salva Kiir, which is so hell bent in settling ethnic scores. 1/2
The recent AU resolution on the matter should have gone more than just usual rhetoric by advocating for complete halt of the conflict 2/2
A successful National Dialogue can only be achieved when guns are silent and civilians are comfortable in the initiative, unrestricted 1/2
Despite obstacles to peace process, we are committed to its implementation but a buffer zone force must be deployed as agreed by IGad 2/2
Gen Taban is dismissed from SPLMIO and his Mining Ministry role. The appointment for the Ministry will be filled per peace agreement 1/2
In all these, I've hope that we've a future as a country. We came to Juba knowing that a country needs all of us. I've not lose that hope