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By Deng Kiir Akok, Juba, South Sudan
August 25, 2016 (SSB) — It’s almost three years now since the war broke out in Juba on December 15, 2013 between the soldiers loyal to Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit, President of the republic of South Sudan and his former Vice President Dr. Riek Machar Teny.
The war started in Juba and moved to States. And to the saddest, it moved to social media that are operated in and outside the country. Most of these social media fighters are having their bases abroad. How the war is being successfully fought on social media? They fight in this useless way;
Nuer in Diaspora: ” You Dinka in Juba, we have finished your Mathiang Anyoor, now we are on our way for Juba so we could crush you with your president.”
Dinka in diaspora: ” Why did you run away in 2013 and on July, 2016 with your rebels leader, Dr. Riek Machar? You come and you will get us here in Juba, you will face us.”
By David Aoloch Bion, Juba, South Sudan
August 25, 2016 (SSB) —- The work of any good government is to enlarge the middle class in the pyramid of the society by downgrading the upper class and upgrading the lower class. The government ensures that no citizen is left behind. This is in order to achieve a just society where there is no one go to bed hungry , where there is no beggar on the street except the mad , where there are no barefoot citizens .
The society is constructed as a pyramid whereby the top is occupied by top class, the middle by the middle class and the bottom by the lower class. Who are the top, middle and lower classes in the pyramid of society?
Class is the person’s economic position or hierarchy in the society. There are three classes in the society, the top/upper/first class, second/middle class and lower/third class. The first class is the well-born, rich, powerful or combination of. The second middle class are the working class. The lower classes are employed in low-paying wage job.