Aug 16, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– A total collapsed economy, leadership failure, bad governance, low life expectancy, corruption, tribalism being practiced by Dinka dominated regime of President Salva Kiir, prolonged detention without trial, collapse of the rule of law, non-payment of civil servants’ salaries for several months, high cost of living, insecurity, poor and worsening living conditions of all South Sudanese, marginalization […]Read more
My recommendation for President Salva Kiir to exit peacefully, August 11, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— Following the current total economic collapse in South Sudan and death of 2015 peace agreement which has now resulted to high inflation rate, high cost of living, non-payment of salaries for several months for military, organized forces, civil servants and embassies, restriction of movement of humanitarian Aid […]Read more
SPLA-IO Deputy Chief of Staff: Capturing of our headquarters is not a solution to the current South Sudan conflict.
By Lt. General Wesley Welebe Samson Deputy Chief of Staff for Training, Aug 7, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– Capturing of our SPLA/M IO headquarters at Pagak today by government of South Sudan is not a solution to the current problems facing our country. The government must know that we are rebels and in all bushes of South Sudan and will continue to […]Read more
By Gen. Oyet Nathaniel Pierino, Aug 2, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– From july 8, 2016, the political configuration between president Salva Kiir and his self styled JCE venerated First Vice President Taban Deng signifies an attempt by the ruling Jieng Council of Elders to muzzle the collusion of the elites of Jieng and that of the “Nuerwew” of Upper Nile under Taban within […]Read more
“Those who denied freedom to others, they do not deserve it not for themselves” Abraham Lincoln. By Prof. Amb. David de Chand, July 12, 2017(Nyamilepedia) ——– In Thok Nath (Nuer language) “Niey ti peinyke ciang migoa ka neiy ti koh kein, ci kein e gor ba en ho bi ke tee ciang migoa ba ka kendial” THE DINKA BOR WAR […]Read more
By Carl Devereux, June 12, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– There’s a new giant in our midst. Known as super competitors, these corporate colossi are breathtaking in size and scale, with cavernous footprints in market share and unprecedented merger-driven muscle power. So wide is their stride over the competition that, according to McKinsey Global Institute research, 10% of the world’s public companies are gobbling up […]Read more
Open letter to UN Secretary General about expulsion of Equatorian citizens working and living in Jonglei State and other Dinka dominated States.
Dear UN Secretary General, By Lt. General Wesley Welebe Samson, July 8th, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— I am writing to you to inform you about what the South Sudan Government under President Salva Kiir is doing to Equatorians in South Sudan as follows; Though Jonglei is part of the Republic of South Sudan and any citizen has a right to live and work […]Read more
By by GERARD PRUNIER, June 27, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— Last August , after Riak Machar had nearly been assassinated the previous month in Juba while trying to implement the South Sudanese “Peace Agreement” and had walked to the Congo , he had been exfiltrated from Goma by a Sudanese plane , together with his wife , son and a number of top-ranking […]Read more
By Peter Adwok Nyaba June 17, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– The loudest chorus coming out these days from region is that of ‘SPLM reunification’ rather than ‘stop the war’ to end the suffering and negative migration of the people of South Sudan. President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, not even on behalf of National Resistance Movement (NRM), has usurped the SPLM reunification process leaders […]Read more
By Deng Elijah, Analysis. June 13, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— As South Sudan conflict spirals into its 4th year, much of the euphoria many South Sudanese had during referendum and independent in 2011 continued to be betrayed by the very leaders who pride themselves as the “beacons of hopes” for the youngest nation in the world; a country that was deemed to […]Read more