Did The Death Of Dr. Hassan Al Turabi Of Sudan, Serves The Justice For The Marginalized Sudanese, Particularly In Emphasis To South Sudanese?

Late Dr. Hassan Al-Turabi, former Speaker of Sudan National Legislative Assembly and Sudan Opposition leader (Photo: extracted).

By Deng Chol Mijak, March 07, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- The sudden death of late Dr. Hassan Abdallah Al Turabi of Sudan, on the March 5th, 2016 had caught the attention of Sudanese people around the globe by a stunning surprise to learn of the abrupt departure of this prominent figure from this world. Matter of fact what prompted me to draft […]

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Salva Kiir’s Regime Buries SPLM/SPLA Hero Against His Will As His Family Calls For Respect For The Dead!

A burial ground prepared by the family, friends and relatives of Gen. Lual Ding in Ariath, his hometown, for a burial that is not likely(Photo: supplied)

Feb 18, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- Family, relatives and friends of SPLM/SPLA veteran, late Lt. General Lual Diing Wol, strongly condemn Salva Kiir’s government for politicizing the burial of their son against his will. Gen. Lual Ding Wol, who died of stroke in exile last week, will now be buried in Juba according to controversial arrangements by the current regime; however, his family […]

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South Sudan Women’s political participation: A Case of Conscious Awakening

South Sudan's women in war torn South Sudan.

Feb 10, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– South Sudanese women’s political participation is essential for building a sustainable democracy and increasing prospects for durable peace. During the three decades of civil war, the country has lost a great number of its men and today women represent more than half of the population. Hence, their contribution to the social and economic development of 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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Garang Boys: An Overpriced and Riskier Venture, Which Didn’t Attain Its Projected Profits. G10

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July 14, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — John Garang de Mabior, a visionary leader who spent most of his political lifespan leading a guerrilla movement, also invested his treasureable knowledge and time developing future leaders. The so called Garang boys were once very promising and talented South Sudanese leaders, with well-defined ideologies toward the freedom and expansion of the New Sudan vision. Their […]

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Cholera Kills 19 and infects more than 180 as Government blamed for slow response

A South Sudanese family washing their hands in accordance with Cholera prevention campaign.

June 24, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) — Acute Watery Diarrhea infections has killed more than 19 and left more than 180 hospitalised in South Sudan’s capital Juba. The government has been accused of slow response and for failing to raise awareness and declare a national emergency for Cholera which is believed to have started since 27th of May. Cholera is an acute infection that is caused […]

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A Call to Celebrate 9th of July South Sudan’s Independence Day

Independence Day photo

June 15, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) — On Thursday, April 16th, 2015, Salva Kiir’s regime released an amount of 129 million South Sudanese pounds (SSP) for the celebration to mark the fourth anniversary of South Sudan’s Independence. However, the South Sudanese should be reminded that this anniversary, as it celebrated all over the world, is collectively and wholeheartedly embraced by every citizen to […]

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