Problem is the ROTS; not the RIOTS in Public Universities in South Sudan

Posted: June 16, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Commentary, Featured Articles

THE EASED AFRICA I WANT

Pieces of Advice to my fellow brothers/sisters and students of the closed ‘universities’.

Nobody would wish a son or daughter, a brother or sister to drop out. Nobody! But equally, nobody, in their natural sanity, would also wish a son, daughter, brother or sister to drop in at a campus, which has no compass for the future. Those quasi universities closed down by the minister (I thought it was the Ministry of Higher Education and its constitution) did a lot of injustice to our Virgin Nation, an academic defilement not only to the fresh brains but also to the fresh name of this nation. Therefore, if there is any wish to mourn for the losses incurred during the shut down, I hereby drop in my croco-dialed tears. The condolence message to my fellow students is delivered in my anthology of poetry (to be published when I get rich— Inshallah), entitled:…

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