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By Jongkuch Jo Jongkuch, Bor, South Sudan

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March 4, 2017 (SSB) —- In my pervious article I suggest that students should be encouraged to select their field of study in order to get a high salary job.

And now I’m asking the South Sudanese educational institutions to dissuade students from pursuing fields of study in which they are unlikely to succeed.

According to my understanding students go to school to learn and prepare for their future careers.

It is the educational institution’s responsibility to teach, equip and prepare their students for their future by providing them with the appropriate knowledge they will need.

But is it the Institutions’ responsibility or call to dissuade their students from pursuing the field of study which they think they will unlikely succeeds? The answer to this question is no, the educational institution is not in position to do it.



South Sudan educational institutions should keenly encourage their students to choose fields of study that will prepare them for well-paid job.

By Jongkuch Jo Jongkuch, Bor, South Sudan

Press Release: University of Northern Bahr El Ghazal "Opens for Business"

March 2, 2017 (SSB) —- Dear educational institutions, South Sudan government and parents I suggest that students should be encouraged to select their field of study in order to get a high salary job.

Numerous positive points can be considered to support this statement; however, this assertion can be rejected by looking at it from another point of view.

To begin with, from my point of view, if students be the top in their field of study, they could get a job which makes considerable money.

But for the situation of South Sudan your career field is not consider in any form a person with no qualification could be fixes to fill the position in any main, I suggest that these  its gradually increasing corruption in the country.


By Jongkuch Jo Jongkuch, Bor, South Sudan

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February 7, 2017 (SSB) — Yes peace can be our triumph when we are all unites; I’m urging all the politicians and all youths to keep us out of war in South Sudan. We should take example of the speech by Martin Luther, “The Quest for Peace and Justice” during the Nobel Lecture.

It is necessary to love peace and sacrifice for it and we must concentrate not merely on the negative expulsion of war but on the positive affirmation of peace in our country, South Sudan.

We must see that peace represents our superiority as young nation South Sudan, peace is the only superior way to discords war. South Sudanese must transform the dynamics of power struggle from the negative arms groups.


By Jongkuch Jo Jongkuch, Bor, South Sudan

February 2, 2017 (SSB) — The former secretary general for Jonglei state government, Prof. Mawut Achiek Guarak has issued a statement claiming that whatever figure of the loans it’s belong to Aguer administration

The Governor did not proceed John Koang as Governor of Jonglei State. The former Jonglei state was dissolved by the president via the very decree that appointed all the governors said Guarak.

Guarak said he took charge of the 3 newly created counties of former Jonglei until when he called a meeting attended by the new Governors and John Koang.

All assets were divided and rally was called, presided by myself before the Council of Ministers and addressed by all the governors including John Koang” Guarak elaborate.