“We gave Riek Machar some four days to respond. And if he doesn’t we shall have to go for him. All of us that is what we agreed in Nairobi,” Museveni told press shortly after a closed door meeting with President Salva Kiir.
Museveni today paid a visit to his counterpart, Kiir, in which the duo had a nearly one hour meeting.
He said his visit is to understand the political crisis in the country.
Last Friday the Inter-governmental Authority for Development (IGAD) held a special sitting on South Sudan in which the Community drew a number of resolutions, among which included cessation of hostilities between government and Riek’s forces, and holding of peace talks within four days before the end of this month.
However, the South Sudanese Information Minister said on Sunday that there are no efforts made between the two parties as the deadline for the peace talks end tomorrow.