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By Abraham Majur Mading, Juba, South Sudan

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R.I.P Gen. Tahir Bior Lueth Ajak, the Commander of Neiran Battallion, MOUR-MOUR DIVISION

May 30, 2017 (SSB) — The argument of you youth versus old has become a generational issue in South Sudan and experts agree that they both need each other. We have heard this all round experience versus blood, what is better?

I recently sat in the middle of the conservations while on my way to work place in Bilpam SPLA GHQs, the conservations was on a somber mood before sliding into the removal of SPLA former chief of general staff Gen. King Paul Malong Awan Anei, one of the oldest and highest ranking member of Sudan people’s Liberation Army’’ if it is’’

During the conversations one thing was clear that there are numbers of government agencies where people who have been working since the liberation/ independent wars are not about to go and seek to replace them because of a serious source of conflict while some argued that such people’s work methods and ideas are out dated. Many reminded them that it is on such people that agencies anchor their operations.

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By Mading Abraham Majur, Juba, South Sudan  

  

May 9, 2017 (SSB) — Whereas the unfortunate murder and general suffering of innocent South Sudanese caused shock fear and has generated debate in the world, and whereas the right to life has overwhelming value in our community that overshadows all the arguments. South Sudanese believe that right life is inherent in the human person created in the image of God.

It is our considered opinion as South Sudanese citizens and government supporters that killing a human being can not be used to reach or address any political purpose or revenge with a view of giving a lesson to deal or to others or even repair a disrupted order. It is in itself evil and inhuman. Therefore, to use these intrinsically evil actions to reach a good end is to indulge in the Machiavellian, principles that the end justified the means.

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By Mading Abraham Majur, Juba, South Sudan

Local residents celebrating the creation of Lou Ariik County in Akok Village

Local residents celebrating the creation of Lou Ariik County in Akok Village

April 21, 2017 (SSB) — Clearly allotment has eaten up profoundly into the system of the government and that some of us believe that, we talk about unity which is not practicable concept. We are not helping matters either as we are complaining about the government for our lives but yet the government itself fails to listen to the voices of the citizens.

The SPLM leadership is clearly the problem of this nation, the vision and mission of the party has been turn to private pockets by the current powerful leaders whom doesn’t care for the people lives.

 President Kiir, must step up to rescue South Sudanese from these masses, otherwise, we are done for good, where there is no hope for better future of this country were fear and hunger are threats of citizens lives. There is nowhere in this world where citizens are complaining and their government remain indoors accepted South Sudan.

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By Mading Abraham Majur, Juba, South Sudan

Mrs Aluel Ayiei Chath, top high ranking spla officer at her office in Bilpam

April 7, 2017 (SSB) — If my comrades from the SPLA were begin to think, not one of us would remain in this army where we are been the victim of looting the civil population properties which circulating on social media and the entire worldwide believe that SPLA forces are for looting which is the hysteria, and an never ending propagandists.

It is something painful for me to see such a post from our fellow South Sudanese intellectual that had admittance of internet, accusing the SPLA forces and terms them as dogs, goats and animals eaters.

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By Mading Abraham Majur, Kampala, Uganda

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Taban Deng Gai, First Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan

April 2, 2017 (SSB) — The what I can called self-government of the Republic of South Sudan seems to be reside with the administrative operatives of the government and not in the people, this government is being run as private business institution with first choice for some and bad feeling for others and no effort is being made to synchronize South Sudanese from the grass root level.

The policy of the administrative operative’s government of South Sudan seems to be that of segregation and decree; the more people are divided from the proletariat and are at daggers and overwrought against each other. These are the conditions existing in this country which are against the ideology of democracy which is the unmistakable where some people take law into their own hands by threatening and obliteration of people life whenever you attempt to say whatever you have seen wrong.

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By Mading Abraham Majur, Juba, South Sudan

28 governors swearing in ceremony in Juba

The swearing in ceremony of 28 governors in Juba, South Sudan, 29 Dec 2015

March 27, 2017 (SSB) — For my understanding, the role and important of the state government is the soul of the state; it implements the will of the people and to protect the people against conditions of insecurity. If state is regarded as the first conditions of educated life, it is due to the existence of a government to maintain law and order and make good life for citizens ‘possible the government is the machinery that terminates the conditions of anarchy that citizens are living in.

Government is another name for administration if we deeply analyze the view of those nihilists within and outside South Sudan government’ who wants to put an end our country. But we may make a note of of the fact that even they desire of our administration itself in some form is not universally recognized by the worldwide that as long as there are assorted of interests in this society of ours’ where our government needed some mechanism to bring about and maintain workable arrangement to keep the people of this country together.

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Who is behind the killing of nine farmers in Gosspami, and Gossrom of Renk, North Eastern Nile State?

By Mading Abraham Majur, Renk, South Sudan

September 2, 2016 (SSB) — It has been going on and on since the beginning of this month where farmers are being butcher by unknown gunmen, group form of eight people in Gosspami, and Gossrom just 5km away from Renk county HQS and the county authority has remain indoor without commenting of what is taking place.

It is something discouraging and shocking news to hear such incident which occurred all the time and the concern authority has remain silent without taking the necessary security measures to eliminate these group of unknown gunmen which has killed only the innocent people that knows nothing about South Sudan politics.

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By Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

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August 5, 2016 (SSB) — As for my own understanding, the legacy of South Sudan former first vice president and commander of I-O, is well know by the worldwide and South Sudanese people in particular as the end telepathist in the history of the SPLM/A. South Sudanese populaces are at all times been prearranged with wrong impression by Dr. Machar, which grounds tribalism among the citizens of this country.

Most of us at this juncture in this country knows very well the failure of former first vice president of the Republic of South Sudan and it is the reality that, there are those who behind him are supporting unconstructive things as being enormously for them, the problems and tenderness that they are facing now is the rationale for their aspiration.

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By Abraham Majur Mading, Jebel Market, Juba

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SPLM WHAT?

June 3, 2016 (SSB) — Many South Sudanese spend a great deal of time including myself critizing the government of the Republic of South Sudan under the leadership of H.E Gen. Salva Mayardit, before and after the signing of the peace accord between the government and the former rebels of Dr. Machar, and there’s positively a lot to complain about the future of this nation but at last what I realize that it’s not just the government that has problem. People appear in South Sudan to be going insane and it is almost as if we have been cursed with lack of common sense and this applies from the very top of society all the way down to the very foundation.

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By Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

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May 4, 2016 (SBB) — The causes of our collective failures in South Sudan, is that we are all blind to the deeper aspect of leadership and transformational change; we live in a time of enormous institutional failures by creating violent and destructions that result our poor economic and we have forgotten our agenda that brought us to this beautiful nation call South Sudan.

The trouble is that most of South Sudan leaders are unable to recognized themselves let alone change of the whole nation, the structural habits of their attention they used which is against the people of South Sudan and themselves by putting the games on their black hats on their heat for competition, it is almost as if you are playing in deliberate motion.

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By Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

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President Kiir, 1st VP Riek and VP Wani Igga during the arrival of Riek Machar in Juba after 28 months in the bush, April 26, 2016

April 26, 2016 (SSB)  —-  It is with great pleasure and brotherly feel affection for, to have Dr. Machar, back in the country and to this ends I hope South Sudanese are going to practices open-mindedness and live together in peace with one another as citizens of one nation, one country to maintain the lasting peace and to come together to strong point of maintaining peace and security in the nation and to ensure by the acceptance of principles of methods, rebellion should not be the means of getting back the position.

We need the true culture of peace at this time that will provide our future generations with values that will help us to shape our destiny and actively for us to participate in constructing a more just better South Sudan so, that to have a dynamic of positive change in all aspect of life. South Sudanese had face serious crisis therefore, the meaning of tribalism can be reduced to a single and rigid concept just for people to be live in peace.

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By Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

April 3, 2016 (SSB)  —  What constitutes NGOs, has been a subject of academic debate. NGOs as concept is about the non-profit making organizations that work together or in conjunction with government to help and develop communities

NGO- means non-governmental organizations

They also (NGOs) in conjunction with government manage public functions in terms of field organizations of those agencies like subordinate units of government, semi-autonomous public corporations, areas of wide development authorities, financial authority etc (mutahaba 1989).

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Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

March 22, 2016 (SSB)  —  I am very concern with this current situation of South Sudan as a citizen of this country to express my feeling that pains me most, where government is having deaf ear to it citizens who are challenging for enhanced service delivery, South Sudanese poor citizens are the victim of this in progress economic crisis and these are the very people that vote in president Salva Kiir, in 2010 and opt to be independent and first class citizens in their own country but after all the current regime of Juba, turn to people by killing them politically and economically by raising the foreign currency against the local pounds and the rebellion of devil Dr. Machar, is refusing to come Juba for at least to left the sanctions that was impose on Juba by international community.

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By Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

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say no to early child marriage

March 20, 2016 (SSB)  —  In some societies child marriages are an acceptable practice. And since straying from tradition could mean exclusion from the community, the practice is passed on from generation to another; traditions are made by people and can therefore be changed by people. In these communities of ours where child marriage is practiced, girls are not valued as much as boys are.

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Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

February 20, 2016 (SSB) —-  I have read the comments of JMEC publish by Sudan tribute on 19/02/2016, that the president of the Republic of South Sudan Gen.  Salva Kiir, should not form the transitional government of national unity (TGNU) in the absence of rebel’s leader Dr. Riek Machar, but forming a transitional government of national unity does not require the international body to interfere into South Sudan government business rather than to follow it mandates as an international community body by not emphasizing on one side.

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Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

February 19, 2016 (SSB)  —  It is indispensable here to predict all the effects of the future policy, not just the economic effects but desired by the decision makers if the consequences of an alternative course of action is uncertain, Most policy of South Sudan is gathering dust, because people have not properly understood the nature of our politicians.

As the future is always uncertain, it is questionable whether to find the solution to the problem regarding the future of our society. Poverty, unemployment and equal opportunity are some of the major problem in South Sudan and of course this is an excuse for failing to strive for better South Sudan.

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By Abraham Majur Mading, Juba, South Sudan

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A “Donations to VIP personalities.”?

February 10, 2016 (SSB)  —- Government as an institution of the state is empowered with various resources to maintain law and order in the nation but with a rotten head, the body cannot functions as it should. However, with good head the body is certainly left with no choice than to perform.

Our government in my opinion is responsible for a greater part of misfortune that has befallen the country; citizens won’t be left out as well as onus lies on us demanding for good governance and show the persona of good followership.

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By Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

Tribute to Isaiah Abraham

Tribute to Isaiah Abraham: The Dark Ages of South Sudan Liberation

January 26, 2016 (SSB)  — Juba has become a hub of murder, where people are killed and the blame goes to anonymous gunmen. This practices of rare killing by shadowy gunmen which use to kill only poor people with unknown reason.

These strange killing have disoriented people and now South Sudanese citizens are living under fear from their own government. It is bad to hear that sentence of unknown gunmen all the time which haunt the people to endlessly.

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By Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

28 swallowed 21 states

January 5, 2016 (SSB)  —  One day there was a question on whether women in South Sudan should be allowed to work or not was randomly put out to correspondents on the appointment of the current 28 state governors. Several men had mixed feelings that women may become governors where there was a, eyes, but, would not follow.

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By Abraham Majur Mading, Kampala, Uganda

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Corruption in South Sudan

January 1, 2016 (SSB)  —  I was shocked when I read the allegations article written by Dr. Monykuch, against Hon. Stephen Dhieu minister of mining and petroleum, Paul Adong, former managing director of NILEPET and Moses Machar Aciek, without wasting the time, I personal suspected that this allegation made against them could be untruth because it seem to me that Dr. Monykuch, was curling over something during the formation of Apandang police petroleum defense forces and that might be the reason in the wake of his finger pointing.

Having not received the guarantee or response does mean that comrade Stephen is involved into South Sudan government corruption. Anyway am not blaming you for corruption issue that you have rise against these individual South Sudan government officials but don’t [miss]used for libel and defamation on your personal case rather than writing something that will sound to your readers.

 I personally not related or relative to comrade, Stephen Dhieu, and the rest of the members that you have accused but bear in mind that those was not appointed by Apadang community but they was appointed by South Sudan government with support from their community that you call Apadangism today to fill the position of minister of mining and petroleum to represent Apadang community in the government and not in term of corruption that you have stated on your article.

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