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South Sudan mulls joining the ICC after secession

Dear Malawian president:

You are a truth brother to South Sudan and an African icon for your words of encouragement to the will be the Republic of South Sudan. “Unity and cooperation should be at the forefront of the southern government’s agenda”. In every developed countries unity is the paramount of making the real development. Separated we fall, united we stand. However, Unity comes in play when people of that particular country work hand in hand in terms of power sharing, public equity, infrastructure placement, genuine wealth sharing, zero tolerance to corruption, zero tolerance of nepotism and tribalism, and the list may get lengthen.

Mr. President, Bingu wa Mutharika of Malawi, I am not wishing your blessing words to be part of the wind, but practically far from that. Imagined, H. E. President Salva Kiir declaring his presidential candidacy immaturely as if some unknown forces were going to take it from him, meanwhile, the rowing boat towards freedom is still ¾ sailing the wavy river. What a fear! This demonstrates that the leadership is more leaning, thinking and dreaming of how to sustain their power, rather than, care of less into looking for the way forwards to bring a one unified prosperous South Sudan after secession.

Here is an example for you Mr. President of what has been going on in South Sudan since CPA was signed. Hoped this cross example happen the same way in your country since we are all African anyway with the same cultural back ground. For two brothers [eldest and youngest] born from the same mother and father to live in harmony they have to share what ever wealth passed down to them equally, they have to have mutual respect and understanding. They must build a strong commensalism where their heritage is of the same great notion.

Now, in the light of the above example, if the elderly brother always thinks of being the most dominant unjustifiably, considers himself of eating everything, greed control his stomach, misplays with the wealth they both have worked harder for, and above all, thinks as if was the best among the living in the world, then with no question, his younger brother would correct him in the very first place. And if this elderly brother keeps doing the same routine bad habits definitely, the younger brother would considered ending their kinship or pokes him at his ass since they are all originated from the same gene, simple as it sounds!

All the tribes in South Sudan have fought for the libration of this nation regardless of their proportion input to end the tyranny regime in the north. Everyone is negatively impacted by the degree of the war. People lost their loved ones, properties, dignity and physiologically damaged. But the funny will come in play when one tribe insisted of controlling the account of the new nation and rewarding themselves with the biggest “Lion share”. This itself is a pantomime and let a lone intolerable. Dinka, as tribe has been looting public money and rewarding themselves with fake contracts for the last six years and everybody has been just watching carefully. This time the people of South Sudan will ask for a good audit system to ensure that these embezzled resources are brought back for the building of the new nation. Look at how the key ministries are allocated to themselves and where on earth the structure of fairness is achieved in such a government? There are many qualified experts out there from Equatoria, Nuer and other minority tribes who can even do the job better than…… and again; this is what they called “lion share”.

1. Defence or SPLA, secretary of Affairs, (Dinka)

2. Finance, (Dinka)

3. Ministry of Energy and Mining, (Dinka)

4. Regional cooperation, (Dinka)

5. Interior, (Dinka)

6. Supreme Chief Justice, (Dinka)

7. Governor of the Bank of South Sudan (BoSS), (Dinka)

Anyway, thanked Mr. President, Bingu wa Mutharika of Malawi, for your highly support and attention to South Sudan political trend. We hoped, the current leadership will lend you their ears and put in action what does bother its citizens.

South Sudan Oyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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Article source: http://www.sudantribune.com/South-Sudan-mulls-joining-the-ICC,37777

South Sudan mulls joining the ICC after secession

Dear Malawian president:

You are a truth brother to South Sudan and an African icon for your words of encouragement to the will be the Republic of South Sudan. “Unity and cooperation should be at the forefront of the southern government’s agenda”. In every developed countries unity is the paramount of making the real development. Separated we fall, united we stand. However, Unity comes in play when people of that particular country work hand in hand in terms of power sharing, public equity, infrastructure placement, genuine wealth sharing, zero tolerance to corruption, zero tolerance of nepotism and tribalism, and the list may get lengthen.

Mr. President, Bingu wa Mutharika of Malawi, I am not wishing your blessing words to be part of the wind, but practically far from that. Imagined, H. E. President Salva Kiir declaring his presidential candidacy immaturely as if some unknown forces were going to take it from him, meanwhile, the rowing boat towards freedom is still ¾ sailing the wavy river. What a fear! This demonstrates that the leadership is more leaning, thinking and dreaming of how to sustain their power, rather than, care of less into looking for the way forwards to bring a one unified prosperous South Sudan after secession.

Here is an example for you Mr. President of what has been going on in South Sudan since CPA was signed. Hoped this cross example happen the same way in your country since we are all African anyway with the same cultural back ground. For two brothers [eldest and youngest] born from the same mother and father to live in harmony they have to share what ever wealth passed down to them equally, they have to have mutual respect and understanding. They must build a strong commensalism where their heritage is of the same great notion.

Now, in the light of the above example, if the elderly brother always thinks of being the most dominant unjustifiably, considers himself of eating everything, greed control his stomach, misplays with the wealth they both have worked harder for, and above all, thinks as if was the best among the living in the world, then with no question, his younger brother would correct him in the very first place. And if this elderly brother keeps doing the same routine bad habits definitely, the younger brother would considered ending their kinship or pokes him at his ass since they are all originated from the same gene, simple as it sounds!

All the tribes in South Sudan have fought for the libration of this nation regardless of their proportion input to end the tyranny regime in the north. Everyone is negatively impacted by the degree of the war. People lost their loved ones, properties, dignity and physiologically damaged. But the funny will come in play when one tribe insisted of controlling the account of the new nation and rewarding themselves with the biggest “Lion share”. This itself is a pantomime and let a lone intolerable. Dinka, as tribe has been looting public money and rewarding themselves with fake contracts for the last six years and everybody has been just watching carefully. This time the people of South Sudan will ask for a good audit system to ensure that these embezzled resources are brought back for the building of the new nation. Look at how the key ministries are allocated to themselves and where on earth the structure of fairness is achieved in such a government? There are many qualified experts out there from Equatoria, Nuer and other minority tribes who can even do the job better than…… and again; this is what they called “lion share”.

1. Defence or SPLA, secretary of Affairs, (Dinka)

2. Finance, (Dinka)

3. Ministry of Energy and Mining, (Dinka)

4. Regional cooperation, (Dinka)

5. Interior, (Dinka)

6. Supreme Chief Justice, (Dinka)

7. Governor of the Bank of South Sudan (BoSS), (Dinka)

Anyway, thanked Mr. President, Bingu wa Mutharika of Malawi, for your highly support and attention to South Sudan political trend. We hoped, the current leadership will lend you their ears and put in action what does bother its citizens.

South Sudan Oyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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Article source: http://www.sudantribune.com/South-Sudan-mulls-joining-the-ICC,37777

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