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12 July 2017 | Comments (1)
"The editor of the anthology makes a further misleading assertion: Juba, he says, is a city without poets. (Can there be such a thing? A city without poets?)" Read more
27 May 2017 | Comments (0)
"...we urge you and your government to rally the support of every South Sudanese to help end the ongoing bloodshed in our country, rejuvenate the deteriorating economy and unite the people of South Sudan who continue to be polarized by the conflict. Together, we shall overcome!"
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04 March 2017 | Comments (0)
"In the final analysis, we are all South Sudanese and we should check our feelings as we praise or protest." Read more
03 February 2017 | Comments (0)
"We have never lived in a hostile neighborhood with the Raja people, and we will never allow our coexistence harmony to come to an end". Read more
27 January 2017 | Comments (0)
"Urgent situation in South Sudan must be matched with urgent action by African Union – coalition of African civil society organisations." Read more
26 October 2016 | Comments (0)
The Letter was requesting the Repatriation of Equatorian Employees from Lakes State Read more
19 September 2016 | Comments (0)
"Your activism can make the detachment of academic research seem bland, perhaps even irrelevant, but I do wonder — and sometimes worry — about the consequences of a global politics that increasingly resembles a beauty contest or a morality play."
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29 June 2016 | Comments (0)
"It is not too late to make a U-turn. I write to you out of concerns and out of love to see the Republic of South Sudan prevails and attain the values that you fought for over the course of your lives." Read more
19 May 2016 | Comments (0)
"Please take immediate steps to remove any barriers that would impede the immediate delivery of humanitarian aid to anyone in need in South Sudan." Read more
12 March 2016 | Comments (0)
"...we took the initiative as elders, first of all to dispel the widely believed misconception that the conflict was between the Nuer and Jieng nationalities. The conflict was never an ethnic conflict; it was a power struggle within the SPLM that had nothing to do with innocent Nuers and Jieng." Read more
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