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06 March 2014 | Comments (0)
"Timely investigation and public reporting on abuses committed could increase the prospect of preventing further abuses." Read more
05 March 2014 - Jacob Akol | Comments (3)
"we expect him (Kiir) to show the same commitment and spirit to the release of the four detainees." Read more
01 March 2014 | Comments (0)
"Very generous Americans have donated over $3 millions into this work and I’m proud to say with certainty that Gawaar, Lou, Dinka, Murle and Anyuak people have benefited from this fairly." Read more
09 February 2014 | Comments (3)
"...those behind these barbaric incidences in Payinjiar attack must be brought to book if you are interested in bringing peace to South Sudan. Impunity is worse than the wrongdoer, Mr. President!" Read more
02 February 2014 | Comments (0)
"Our Government MUST designate burial cemeteries for dead SPLA soldiers
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10 January 2014 | Comments (8)
"We, the women of South Sudan at home and in the Diaspora, will not watch silently as our mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons, and daughters suffer this way." Read more
08 January 2014 | Comments (0)
"...the Nuer and the Dinka – constitute more than two-thirds of the army, at all levels. Any of the two can hold the country at ransom, as recent events have demonstrated." Read more
05 January 2014 | Comments (1)
"And now, YOU, the leaders that we and all South Sudanese have counted on to bring our nation to life...Have you brought us to this place because you love power more than you love our people? Many think this is true. We pray they are wrong." Read more
23 December 2013 | Comments (0)
“Your Excellency, accepting and expediting a national dialogue is not a political defeat and not containing the ongoing crisis, that has forced innocent civilians hiding in the bushes for fear of their lives, will defeat the purpose of our hard won independence”. Read more
01 November 2013 | Comments (0)
"The Agaar community feels marginalised and is once again reminded of those dark days of oppression as once more evidenced by the recent government reshuffle." Read more
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