By Gai James Kai, Kampala, Uganda
July 29, 2015 (SSB) —- The more we analyses these events happening in our so-called ‘‘August house,” the more the site of the state oppression comes up. In every facet of our life, the agents of the state oppress us, with the political leaders unable or unwilling to intervene. For some small needs, bribes are demanded in most part of South Sudan and the good for voting (poor citizens) suffer the most! If citizens rightfully protest, they are mercilessly and brutally beaten up by the police under the full glare of their representatives, or throw into jail for no reason. Be aware that no police in a democratic country beats up people like our police do, sometimes using live bullet instead of teargas uses by the most Low Developing Countries – LDCs.