IGAD-PLUS latest Timetable for South Sudan Peace Process

IGAD-PLUS Timetable for South Sudan Peace Process in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. – July 9-20, 2015: Preparation of the necessary Documents. – July 21-23, 2015: Discussions of the IGAD-PLUS. – July 23, 2015: Arrival of the Stakeholder’s delegates. – July 24, 2015: Delivery of Documents to stakeholders by IGAD-PLUS (In the morning) – July 24, 2015: Departure of Stakeholders (In the […]

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The government cannot feed the hungry Lazy population: South Sudan VP Wani Igga

VP Wani Igga seen at Juba Airport with Cabinet Minister Martin Elia.

July 19, 2005(Nymilepedia) – South Sudan’s current Vice President, James Wani Igga, has lashed out at the country’s population, especially those he said were calling on the government to provide food to the country’s hungry population, urging them to go and dig the land and cultivate their own food. Wani said the government has no money to feed the hungry […]

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South Sudan Army has lost direction: Governor Bakosoro

Members of South Sudan Police Service sleeping during the 4th independent anniversary in Juba, South Sudan(Photo: file)

July 17, 2015(Nyamilepedia) – Joseph Bakosoro who is governor of Western Equatoria state has blasted the South Sudan Army of being unprofessional and “losing direction”, in the first open criticism of the army by a senior government official. Bakosoro accused the army which is dominated by supporters of Salva Kiir from Bahr El Ghazal region of being part of the […]

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South Sudan media defies gag order on federalism

Some newspaper editors said they had been approached over the weekend by security personnel who asked them to refrain from publishing news about proposals for a federal system. June 30, 2014(JUBA) — South Sudanese media on Monday protested a directive issued by security officials to desist from publishing information about recent proposals to establish a federal system of government. “This […]

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