South Sudanese reject peace keepers

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The South Sudan government reportedly rejected the move, saying it violates the sovereignty of the nation.

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Schools, businesses and offices closed on Wednesday as the citizens took to the streets to protest the proposal to send troops to South Sudan.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, along with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, and Ethiopian Prime Minister pushed for forces under IGAD to keep peace in war-torn country.

The South Sudan government reportedly rejected the move, saying it violates the sovereignty of the nation.