Ceasefire Violation: Is Juba Mocking The International Community?

Secretary John Kerry speaks to South Sudan's Salva Kiir(Photo: file)

By Kuach Tutkuay, Sept 14, 2015(Nyamilepedia) —  Civilians in South Sudan received the signing of the peace agreement with great euphoria hoping that guns would be silenced and life gets back to normalcy. Waiting in awe and eager to see a bright dawn of calms, the South Sudanese women and children have paid the heaviest price of the crisis as […]

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New Empowerment and Mechanisms In The Compromise Peace Agreement ~ CPA-II

Mr. Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar in the past(Photo: file)

By Dr. Henry Jembi Sept 12, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — New empowerment forces and mechanisms that can give the Proposed Compromise Agreement real meaning, light and legitimacy: 2.5 New Institutions (Page 32): 2.5.1. Without prejudice to other provisions of this Agreement, the TGoNU shall establish the following new institutions immediately upon the commencement of the transitional period: National Revenue Authority (within […]

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The picture of a missing journalist, Clement Lochio Lomornana.

September 11, 2015 (Nyamilepedia)—-Is the war in South Sudan extended to South Sudanese refugees in East Africa? ‘Finally, the most anticipated war on south Sudanese refugees in East Africa is launched in Uganda by South Sudan government in collaboration with Ugandan government’. Aborcup John Akuer, a south Sudanese refugee residing in East Africa’s Kenya, wrote on his Facebook timeline postdated […]

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The Problem of Pastoralists in Equatoria:

SPLA soldiers posting in a cattle camp in Bor(PhotoL file)

By Dr Lako Jada Kwajok Sept 10, 2015(Nyamilepedia) —- Pastoralists activities were never a major security concern to many communities in South Sudan 10 years ago. However, it had been a big problem for some parts of South sudan bordering our northern neighbour. For decades, it had been a seasonal threat to the Dinka populations of northern Bahr El Gazal, Warrap […]

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The Proposed Compromise Agreement on the Federal System:

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By Dr. Henry Jembi, Sept 06, 2015(Nyamilepedia) —- Cognizant that a Federal system of government is a popular demand of the people of South Sudan and of the need for the TGoNU to reflect this demand by way of devolution of more power and resources to lower levels of government, and to initiate that a federal and democratic system governance […]

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Emerging Bitter Lessons from Tanzania Robbed SPLM of CCM as Chosen Proto-type Model

CCM’s Kikwete and Magufuli(left) and               UKAWA’s Edward Lowassa(right)

By Deng Vananag  Sept 8, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — Since its independence in 1960th from colonial Britain, Tanzania dutifully played host to several African pre and post -colonial liberation movements seeking independence and more freedom for their peoples back in their own respective countries. Mediated peace processes with all the modesty in the neighbors between their governments and armed opposition groups divided […]

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South Sudan Basketball Star, Luol Deng is an opportunist

By J. Nguen, Sept 8, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — There is nothing wrong for worship your one’s tribe ideals while respecting other tribesmen and women’s right to life. In my viewpoint, tribes are nations but abused and disparaged by imperial rulers that ruled Africa. Thus, I departed with this idea that South Sudan’s habitants are bunch of tribes and not nations. For […]

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Kiir Anguished!

President Salva Kiir calls for an earlier election in the country(Photo: file)

By Peter Kopling, MD. Juba, South Sudan Sept 3, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — The few days leading to the signing of the South Sudanese peace compromise deal, was very revealing to the keen observers. President Kiir went through significant agony, which is a manifestation that something of great proportions, grave and uttermost importance to him, was at risk. Never before have we […]

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Dr. Lam Akol: A Fiery Politician or Unrecognized Prophet?

Lam Akol responding to accusation from members of opposition parties(Photo: Oyet Patric)

By Deng Vanang,  September 1st, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — He is viewed cynically by his critics as fiery politician upsetting what is an otherwise conservative society‘s normal functioning of its body politics. Others, with ecstatic adoration, see him as the prophet his homeland stubbornly refuses to recognize at its own peril as it shies away from facing off with bitter truth of […]

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South Sudan's troubled President Salva Kiir Mayardit (C) directly addressing his Presidential Guard during a meeting at the Presidential Palace in Juba, South Sudan on December 28, 2014. (Photo credits:  Samir Bol/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

By Dr Lako Jada Kwajok August 28, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — The completion of the signing of the compromise peace agreement has given South Sudan a golden opportunity for a fresh start. If this chance is managed in the spirit of patriotism and selflessness, then people may later look back at the previous period as a nightmare that befell the country. It […]

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