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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
06 October 2013 | Comments (0)
“Uncle, may I ask you a question; how is the case of dad going on in Juba and has the government found his killers? “ Read more
11 September 2013 | Comments (0)
"As enshrined in Transitional Constitution, Article 12; that "No person shall be subjected to arrest, detention, deprivation, or restriction of his/her liberty except for specified reasons and in accordance with procedures prescribed by law". Read more
06 August 2013 | Comments (1)
"I feared that something more important has happened in the RSS- even more important than the realities of nepotism, tribalism and corruption:...Be careful my friends, because in times like these, current office-holders may mistake self-protection for leadership, and "shoot the messengers".
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23 July 2013 | Comments (0)
“…there is a feeling that President Kiir is at last feeling both secure and confident enough to be making courageous decisions towards his widely publicised “zero tolerance against corruption”.
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08 July 2013 | Comments (11)
A letter of concern to President Salva Kiir and the Government of South Sudan, from several long-time friends of South Sudan (public release July 8, 2013): Read more
06 January 2013 | Comments (0)
"We are peace-loving people seeking harmony and stability and really hoped that you would’ve called for investigation into the murders of the innocent people and consoled their hurting families." Read more
11 October 2012 | Comments (2)
Aweil community in Diaspora sent another petition to President of South Sudan in support of Governor Paul Malong Awan and Community who earlier on condemned the inclusion of 14 Miles area to recent peace agreement signed in Addis Ababa.
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