Tag Archive: 1991 Bor Massacre

ADDISAGREEMENT: CONSULTATION-CONFRONTATIONS NOW PAINTING JUBA’S ‘RED LINES’ ONTO ADDIS’S ‘WHITE LINES’

Every South Sudanese is calling for peace, but in their own ways. This political-cum-tribal war has partitioned our country not only on geographical and ethnic lines but also on opinion grounds. Almost all… Continue reading

Open Letter to Bor Youth all over the World

  A BRIEF GLIMPSE INTO THE YESTERYEAR OF OUR LOCAL POLITICS (July 24, 2013 – July 24, 2014) Dear Brethren and sistren in Crisis, This is a personal letter to every member who has… Continue reading

ANOTHER ADDISAGREEMENT! Talks adjourn as Juba’s earthquake is felt in Addis Ababa

The Phase II, Session IV of the South Sudan Peace Process under IGAD in Addis Ababa collapsed this morning when the Opposition side boycotted the opening session over their previous demands of the… Continue reading

2013 in review

The year 2013, unlike 2012, has been a great year of distress — I mean — of great but negative events. The incidences include my plight from the country. In short, it is the year in… Continue reading

SALVA KIIR NOW LODGING IN ‘HOTEL HISTORY’

THIS WAR CRY IS A WAR CRIME, MR. PRESIDENT! DAY 3 OF ‘THE COUP’ (Dec. 17, 2013). Since independence, there is no month passed without mass killing here and there in the nascent… Continue reading

To President Kiir: We’re Peacemakers for National Reconciliation, not Peace-machars for Personal Riek-Conciliation

NATIONAL RECONCILIATION AND HEALING OR PERSONAL RIEK CONCILIATION AND ‘HAILING’? A cartoonist’s impression of the power struggle that ensued between the top two principals of our new nation. This prediction has now come… Continue reading