National dignity and pride as a massive responsibility of every citizen should be the gear for directing Our National Dialogue.
By Awuol Gabriel Arok, Juba, South Sudan
South Sudan’s coat of arms, in which the eagle symbolizes vision, strength, resilience and majesty, and the shield and spear the people’s resolve to protect the sovereignty of their republic and work hard to feed it.
January 13, 2017 (SSB) — In a every social setting, respect and acknowledgement of good work done enhance social cohesiveness and progress, it is a core responsibility of the citizens to respect their Leaders, the Army and the Organized Forces in order to foster team work, accomplishments and importantly For complimentary and smooth wheeling of national unity which must also be reciprocated to the civilians, it is therefore, depressing and cheerless when national leaders bunch themselves according to regions, tribes and communities, if there is a significant call for such than it is the regional, tribal or communities leaders who can do so in line with nationalization of national resources and services, unfortunately when the leaders at the national level troop themselves according to their areas of origin and constituencies the furthest the citizens are scatter and divided among the political shelves.
Regional, tribal and community responsibilities should be detached from national management for the simple reason that the national leadership engulf all the other configurations of leadership and therefore, for the basis of national dignity , leaders who are holding national posts should not be appointed as regional, tribal or community leaders by their constituencies on the ground that they are representing all the regions, states, tribes and communities of South Sudan as such, they should not affix themselves to some particulars sections of the nation, the senior post holders such as the Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Advisers, Undersecretaries, Commissioners and Chairpersons of the Commission, Director Generals, Generals in the Army and Organized Forces should be excluded from sectional leaderships.