Archive for January 23, 2016

By Abel Majur Leek, Juba, South Sudan

Majak, Marial Benjamin

Marial Benjamin and Majak Agot, during the Extra-ordinary SPLM Convention in Juba, January 2016

January 23, 2016 (SSB) —- Leaders are not made or born, but they are self-made and self-developed. Noel Tichy explains that leaders are not born but they are taught with the implication of making the choice to be taught and to follow the teachings. Leadership is a total sacrifice and not for privileges. A leader must motivate others to follow his vision, to support and achieve the goals and objectives that he sets. Leaders have to earn the followers’ trust, respect, and confidence. Leadership is communicating people’s worth and potential so clearly that they come to see it in themselves, according to Stephen R. Covey.

This he explains further that the people/citizens must feel an intrinsic sense of worth (value) with unconditional love regardless of behaviour or performance. Covey also regards leadership as an “enabling art” that enables other arts and professions to work together in a nation, organisation or a family set-up. This is possible with the highest manifestations of four intelligences of all great achievers and leaders, which are vision, discipline, passion and conscience.


Thiang Nuer Community Congratulates H.E. Johnson Kuol Gai Nyoab on his recent Promotion to the Rank of Major General

Sub: Congratulatory Message to Major General Johnson Kuol Gai, the Governor of Phow State

January 23, 2016 (SSB)  —  On behalf of Thiang Nuer Community and indeed on our own behalf as Thiang Nuer Youths at home, we would like to size this golden chance to register our million congratulations to H: E Johnson Kuol Gai Nyoab on his recent promotion from the rank of Brigadier General to the rank of Major General and also on his subsequent appointment as Governor of Phow State. It was on 12th January 2016 in Pagak when the SPLM/-I-O’s Chairman and Commander-in-chief of the SPLA-I-O, Dr. Riek Machar Teny issued those two series orders, promoting H.E. Johnson Kuol to the rank of Major General and then promoted him as Phow State’s Deputy Governor to Phow State’s Governor general.