As Easy as Social Media Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan

Posted: February 4, 2019 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Commentary, Contributing Writers, Junub Sudan, Opinion Articles, Opinion Writers

By Majok Arol Dhieu, Juba, South Sudan

The Treasure of South Sudan

Monday, February 04, 2019 (PW) — In the age of social media, it’s very difficult if not impossible to hide family squabble that could be solved locally round the dining table. We need to take a long, hard look at the way the two camps of our respected politicians have flooded themselves with coined stories interwoven together with historical events. If social media wasn’t discovered, two sides would have no means of reaching themselves, one would have to treks between camps till his neck bubbles with sweat.

As one of the rumination thinkers, I can see that both camps are populated by people who lack directions because there is no way somebody can slammed into a feud between two influential families without first observes their close connections. If it’s a matter of being deeply wronged somewhere that had made one to join the opposing camps in order to avenge, then one would rationalized that his chances must have collided with a disadvantageous time.

I thought political camps were erected to fights their way to power instead of criticism that go down to the family line. Whatever dust-ups and squabbles there may be along the way, one camp would be useful to each other in the long run and in case the elders of the two families reunite the head of eristic arguments, my friend, your fate is in doubt. My payam traditionalist call it “Yïn abï cök döŋ laŋ nhom”

I’ve seen none of both camps’ leaders had avowed that he regretted what he’d done to once another which in turn strong-heartening their supporters to excavated the already buried records. I only blame the people who divided themselves and joined both camps for unjust conflict. Why should a mature person allow himself to be use as a screwdriver and an adjustable spanner? I cannot do that.

I call it a self-abasement because they have ignored their personal capabilities and made themselves dependent. I must conclude that some among the camp inhabitants who have committed themselves into pulling a string with the opposing camp in some circumstances have succumbed to a sudden infection brought on by the busted economy. If not, one would have packed his belongings and leave pan-deng to ram themselves alone. Are you advertising your camp’s leader to lead your camp or to lead the state?

If you are advertising your camp’s leader to govern your camp, then I am sorry for writing this article, but if you are advertising your camp’s leader to lead the whole state or at national government level, then please we are also human being who can help you in selecting a leader with qualities you are expecting. We need a little respect on social media otherwise; we shall label you as “groups of wild wolves and vultures”. You need to improve your slovenly habits.

Take example from me who have never ever run into my uncle’s arms for an employment, don’t you see that I am weathering the storm. If I have a conflict today with one from Pan-deng’s family, I cannot seek a refuge in another Pan-deng’s house; instead I can put the other Pan-deng in the reserved list and pull a string with one I have rammed myself with.

Still waters run deep, you should be a doer than a talker. Support and observes the relationships of the opposing political leaders to safe your dignity. The more you will destroy one part of the family, the more the other part of the same family you are favouring will get harmed because there has been a close bond between them.

I am done.

You can reach the author via his email: Majok Arol Dhieu <majongaroldit@gmail.com>

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