TRUMP’S 59 Missiles Strike On Syria Gives Hopes To Victims of Dictatorship in South Sudan


April 7, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— U.S. President, Donald J. Trump, declared a strategic military strike on Syrians’ dictator, Bashar al-Assad, a seemingly popular decision that sends hopes to world’s youngest nation, South Sudan and other countries experiencing similar situation. President Trump order a targeted military strike on Shayrats Airfield near homs in Syria where Chemical assaults were reportedly launched by Assad […]

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Rapper Hot Dog Loads The Dinka Tribal Council of Elders

Members of Dinka Council of Elders meet with President Salva Kiir(Photo: file)

May 28, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– A South Sudanese rapper-turned-politician, Mijok Lang, popularly known by his stage name as Rapper Hot-Dog, strikes again against the Dinka lobbying group popularly known as Jieng Council of Elders. According to the self-styled artist, the Jieng Council of Elder(JCE) is a “destructive project” that does represent national interest or that of the Dinka tribe. “This so […]

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Breaking: Government Security Agents Arrest SPLM/SPLA-IO Media Team Preparing For The Arrival Of Deputy Chairman

Sirir Gabrial holding a camera video(Photo: file/Nyamilepedia)

April 12, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– Latest reports from South Sudan’s capital, Juba, confirm that the National Security has detained more than 30 media personals within the last two hours. According to reliable sources, the government intents to prevent media activities and popular welcoming of SPLM/SPLA Deputy Chairman, 1st Lieutenant General Alfred Lado Gore, who is expected to arrive in Juba this […]

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Spokesperson: Machar’s Facebook Page Re-opens


Feb 12, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– The armed Opposition leader and the newly appointed First Vice President Dr. Riek Machar Teny ordered his spokesperson to reopen his Facebook page which was last year closed down due to hacking. The First Vice president who directly interacts with south Sudanese through his face book page express his willingness to continue engaging with his supporters […]

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Nuer Community in Republic of Uganda condemns South Sudan Constitution amendment

Members of Parliament (L-R) Hon. Stephen Agongo and  Ngnog Deng Gumand learn the words to the new South Sudan National Anthem shortly after signing the new constitution in the Parliament building in Juba, Sudan July 07, 2011. (Photo Credit: Supplied)

Report Compiled by: Gatwal Augustines Nov 23, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) — Nuer Community in Republic of Uganda under the leadership of Mr. Nyoat Biliu Babouth has condemned in the strongest terms possible the unilateral decision taken by President Salva Kiir Mayardit to amend the Transitional Constitution that allows him to create 28 State South Sudan. This was after he (Salva Kiir) has […]

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Contradicting Rebel Cons Offer Desperate Juba Standing Ovation

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In the memory of slain colleague, Journalist Peter Julius Moi By Deng Vanang August 23, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — Of recent time there arise steadily monkey business cartels making a quick kill under the blaring sounds of sustained gunfire as exchanged between government troops and rebel soldiers. These cut deals have something to do with financially broke rebel commanders being airlifted as […]

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South Sudan: Salva Kiir Threatens To Execute Journalists

Salva Kiir Mayardit, the incumbent President of South Sudan who has struggled to maintain power after an internal disputes within his ruling party (Photo: file)

August 16, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — South Sudan’s incumbent president, Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit, threatens freedom of expression in the war-torn youngest African nation. While reluctantly responding to attend the peace talks in the neighboring Ethiopia, Salva Kiir pledged to demonstrate killing of people one day, one time, with journalists “And if any body among them does not know that “this country […]

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The Era of Heroic Errors in South Sudan

Two of South Sudan's media houses have been shutdown and editors report strict warnings from the government officials this week to suppress federalism debate(Photo: cropped by Nyamile)

By Deng Mangok Ayuel, August 7, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — In South Sudan, a writer or columnist faces two choices: turn away from reality to avoid intimidation and insecurity or conquer the reality and face its complexity on his/her own risk. However, writer is supposed to take side with powerless. And it’s rational to balance an opinion piece or story because there […]

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Dispatches: Fresh Blows to South Sudan’s Media Freedom

Nhial Bol, the Chief Editor of Citizen Newspaper...

By Skye Wheeler, HRW  | Africa researcher, August 5, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — South Sudan’s National Security Service (NSS) shut down two newspapers and locked up the offices of a radio station this week, dealing a sharp new blow to freedom of expression as the country sinks further into a horrifically abusive conflict. Nhial Bol, the editor of The Citizen, a daily […]

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