Why/While I attended Africa Child’s Day Celebration in Juba

Posted: June 21, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Featured Articles


The youth, especially the ‘busiest ones’, have begun to shun functions of noble causes these days. Even Sundays are suffering from under-attendance. The reasons cannot only be traced to this world with its ‘civilization’ advancing at a breakneck speed, that our generation is indulging in too much today. No, there are more causes of  this ‘drought’ in the halls of ceremonies at the times our nationalism is less than one year old. I feel, there is more than we know, which begs for a research.

For me, being an ardent addict of listening, reading and writing (speaking later) in that order, I attended this celebration just as I do others, almost exclusively earmarked for children with special needs (they call it disabilities) at Nyakuron Cultural Centre on June 16, 2012 because:

1-      I’m a parent.

2-      I have suffered a great deal under our modern apartheid and fought at my early…

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