Archive for June 14, 2016

“We can’t be fooled. The ruling is a window dressing. It’s designed to impress the masses that there is a genuine fight against corruption. We believe corrupt practices have to be equally punished but Salva Kiir is the prime mover of corruption… It’s no longer business as usual. Whether the individuals are given amnesty, as argued by grief-stricken relatives, or reduction of the sentence in the appellate court; we know Salva Kiir is the prince of corruption,” Mading Gum on his Facebook page, June 14, 2016

By Ujuum D’Buol, Juba, South Sudan

life in prison

June 14, 2016 (SSB) —- The prosecution of 16 individuals and their eventual conviction for siphoning $14 million in the office of the president is the first of its kind in history of S. Sudan. It has come as a big surprise to masses who have lost confidence in judicial system. The perpetrators of gravely atrocities on human lives and property, the culprits of infamous dura saga, $4 billion and other cases are driving and walking on streets of Juba as absolute freemen. Some of them are even back in cabinet of TGONU.

This nature of affairs points out that impunity is reserved for others. There is administration of justice on selective basis. The case of 16 junior officials in the system seems to have been since, ceremoniously hijacked by the state to broadcast how the regime is walking the rhetoric of zero tolerance to corruption. This alone shows that the independence of judiciary is raped by the executive.


My suggestion to the president of the Republic of South Sudan, H.E. Salva Kiir Mayardit: YES WOMEN CAN!!!

By Duluma SK’Maker, Juba, South Sudan


Sabina Dario Lokolong, deputy minister for humanitarian affairs and disaster management, Nov 2011

June 14, 2016 (SSB) — Your Excellency, accept my heartfelt congratulations for bringing meaningful peace to the country, may almighty God bless and increase you with wisdom to lead this beloved country. Your Excellency, I would like you to appoint a competent female MP as the Speaker of the NLA in the upcoming TGNOU because women should be empowered in the decision-making positions; for women are the right people who care for peaceful co-existence.

The state is male in the Feminist sense; In the African traditional societies especially in what had become the present South Sudan, the law sees and treats women the way men see and treat women because the laws were legislate by men neglecting women and that believe still persists up to date in the modern South Sudan. I would like to register my vote of thank you and congratulate the parliamentarians of Equatoria region for their considerate nomination of a woman to be among four candidates for the position of Speakership of National Legislative Assembly in the upcoming transitional government of national unity.


By Lino Lual Lual, Juba, South Sudan

Makiir Gai giving out 100k SSP to South Sudan national team

South Sudan Business tycoon, Hon. Makiir Gai, giving out 100K to South Sudan national team

June 14, 2016 (SSB) —- Yirol will always remain to be academically respected place despite Sunday’s attempts to distort the rich academic history of Yirol to the credits of renowned academics; Professor Machar Kachuol, Professor Isaac Ciir Riak, Professor Abednego Dr. Telar and Dr. Achol Marial just to mention the few. If these profound academics were of similar behavior of Emmanuel Sunday De John, they would not be respected across South Sudan and beyond the way they are being accorded their intellectual creditability and integrity now.

Notwithstanding Sunday’s encroachment into my innocent reputation to defend Makiir Gai and Akot Abiem, the LCs dollar exchange Business tycoon is still not legitimately recognized as Aguok Kuei Community Leader up to this moment. While Akot Abiem remains a scarcely literate dude and perpetrator of the two communities conflict to which he was and still preoccupied by his maternal influence and interest, Sunday De John will not still be part of the peace and reconciliation processes and rather a just hired mouthpiece to maintain himself and the Nairobi medical school tuition fees.


Gates to breathe

Posted: June 14, 2016 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Poems.

By Riak Marial Riak, Juba, South Sudan

Then aghast they loose the ground

when morrow they’ll go comes

Their liards won the spur

Them may meet half-way the unwitting error

For manie were received in open arms



Posted: June 14, 2016 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan


Raila Raila Odinga doing his think. 

“The supposedly said literate quarter of the population of South Sudan will never help the baby republic because of this reason brought about by the independence euphoria. This too much culture of leading with so little culture of reading is imminently going to murder the nascent nation at its infancy!” Source: Preface to ‘The Black Christs of Africa’.
Since it is a fact worth noting that good readers make good leaders, let President Kiir hold this gadget so that he can read for himself fresh stuffs from Kuir Ë Garang, PaanLuel Wël, Wani Michael, Chuol C. Nyabieh, Angela Scarlet Juan, Uhuru Kenyatta, Barrack Obama, Christiano Ronaldo, and all those leaders on Facebook, Twitter, etc.
This gadget will help him detect lies from his ‘Sekiirity’ briefings and most particularly from ‘Unknown Penmen’ before the ‘Gordon’s Diplomatic Buoyancy’

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