Archive for November 26, 2017


By Lucy Ayak Malek, Nairobi, Kenya

Bol Deng Miyen

Bol Deng Miyen with Gen. Paul Malong Awan

November 26, 2017 (SSB) — At the outset as I pen down this public awareness, I am weeping tears and my heart is bleeding of the great loses orchestrated by the devils and the enemies of dooms to the intellectuals of Aweil in particular and across the country. On Nov.16th, Akech Piol Makuei aka Akec Mawel was murdered in a cool blood and later on post-mortem test found that, It is a serial killing’ professional killing’ which is only trained to NSS and CID.

He was strangled in the corridors of Juba and dumped to the street, in the morning his body was found lying in the street of Tongping; Sadly, a week later 24th Nov., Bol Deng Miyen was shot. My condolences to the bereaved families and May God rest their innocent souls in peace and arrest the souls of those who innocently murdered them in pieces.

Logically, Why always murdering Gen. Paul Malong Awan’s Kinsmen, tribesmen and putting the lives of his loyalists in jeopardy ?, without the operatives who doubles as murderers knowing the golden absolute rule of loyalty, they’ve gone so far butchering the intellectuals perceive to be having a close ties to Gen. Paul Malong Awan.

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National Dialogue’s Uganda mission completes as Kenya consultations start

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Nairobi – Kenya/November 26, 2017

National Dialogue, concept reflictions by Mading Deng

“In this polarized and polarizing conflict, perceptions can overshadow reality, and whatever the equation of the power structures, the Dinka are being seen as having replaced the Arabs as the rulers in an ethnically unjust system. As the various ethnic groups converge against what they perceive as Dinka domination, the Dinka in turn begin to perceive themselves as targeted and paradoxically as in imminent danger of a genocidal onslaught. They therefore strive to mobilize themselves in self-defense.” – Dr Francis Mading Deng – SOUTH SUDAN NATIONAL DIALOGUE; Conceptual Reflections page 43

November 26, 2017 (SSB) — The National Dialogue’s Sub-committee on Refugees and International Outreach has arrived in Nairobi-Kenya for a fresh consultation action with South Sudanese citizens after having completed 13-day Consultation mission with refugees and other groups in the Republic of Uganda.

The National Dialogue’s delegates have finished the last consultative action in Adjumani district of Uganda on Friday as they traveled to Kampala and flew immediately using Kenya airways to Jomo Kenyata International Airport by Saturday evening.

Consultations in Kenya start on Monday/ November 27, 2017 with at least 20 prominent leaders (civil society, community leaders, religious groups, academics and influential personalities amongst political parties) of South Sudanese communities in Nairobi Kenya.

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By Awuol Gabriel Arok, Juba, South Sudan

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November 26, 2017 (SSB) — While strolling across the busy streets of Juba city slamming into a group of children and women selling a variety of items as vendors is a common scene.

Convolution is part of poky learning and teaching that leads to acceptance of new lifestyle, Juba city was famously known for huge cash and heavy spending, during those good goings days clusters of men and women order their foods in a competitive manner; sheya jidad/laam, shoruba laam/samak, kombo laam/samak was an ordinary order, quantity was not in a Juba jam-list, in those days what matter was quality and sweetness of the feast.

Those days were graced with a number of never-ending drinking in form of juices, sodas, milk, red bull, beer, cocktails and all sort of wines; that was when the political ball was still under the guarding arm of two historical and everyone delightful achievement, the referendum, and the Independence.

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