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05 November 2018 | Comments (0)
"Those days when you use to be able to win with the “vigana defence” are over...so don’t piss on me and tell me it is raining!"
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04 November 2018 | Comments (0)
"As long as there are constituencies with villages linked by footpaths, represented by absentee MPs with expensive cars – representation will remain theoretical..! In my upset mind, a good start is to require all MPs to have their official residence within their constituencies – orthey are..." Read more
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03 November 2018 | Comments (0)
"The proposed deployment of Ugandan (UPDM) and Sudanese forces (SAF) in the South Sudan territory in key security sensitive locations and in training of the national armed and organised forces, compromises national sovereignty; this mandate should be specified and authorised by the UN SC..." Read more
03 November 2018 | Comments (0)
"We dance to his tunes as if Abyei, Panthou and other areas in between have finally felt the breeze of peace blowing from the North".
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03 October 2018 | Comments (0)
"In sum, we are not supporting regime change, but rather we support system change to disincentivize the grand corruption and mass looting of the state."

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03 October 2018 | Comments (0)
Denying existence of abductees who have been spotted in one of your ghost houses is another dreadful omen that you are not telling me the truth for me to trust you...celebrations and cocky hugs will not build trust to deliver peace to our people."
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22 September 2018 | Comments (0)
"Loneliness imposes writing or reading on me. To others it imposes robbery on them or other forms of subversion...Football stadiums have been radicalised by the female gender. Football is no longer a male domain or the preserve of people with balls." Read more
22 September 2018 | Comments (0)
"They decided to empower the local population to stand united as unique Negroid African entity... Unfortunately, London-Cairo-Khartoum geopolitics betrayed the expectations of Southern Sudanese for self-rule. London preferred appeasing the traditional elites in Khartoum to strike a blow on Cairo." Read more
22 September 2018 | Comments (0)
"...there’s a program underway to push out leaders that don’t fit nicely into the democratic narrative, and to make way for a more malleable new generation of leaders that will accommodate, without pushback, the outside designs for the region." Read more
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15 September 2018 | Comments (1)
"Obviously, she made us carry our own ‘cross for the crucifixion.’ We were real fools! Young and dumb, spoiled and illiterate? What a terrible combination!" Read more
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