“I was talking with political parties and told them that look you got to ensure that you get away to maintain your livelihood. It will not be through politics,” Riek said.
“You will have to have a private business to do and you must separate your party funds from your private funds if you didn’t then you will get yourself into problems with your own party,” he added.
The VP has also urged investors and partners to focus on diversifying the private sector, saying it is one of the biggest sources of employment for the youth in the country.
He said South Sudanese should move away from the culture of depending from government and political parties’ funds but devote to independent ways of managing them selves financially.