Tag Archive: Khartoum


By Jon Pen de Ngong IGAD or Intergovernmental Authority on Development, founded as Intergovernmental Authority on Drought and Development (IGADD) in the 80s upon the Ethiopian famine that claimed millions in two decades,… Continue reading

In Writers’ Die-lemma: ‘STOP WRITING!’ say leaders; “START WRITING!” say readers.

Since the assassination of Isaiah Abraham on Decembe 5, 2012, I have been locked up in a Confucius sort of confusion by my leaders and my readders. The former want me to ‘Stop Writing’, the… Continue reading

My ‘Addisaphobia’: A Disagreement in the Addis Agreement Based on my Analysis of Past Historical Trauma and the Present Historic Drama!

“WELCOME BACK TO UNITY!” reads the big billboard that greets us at Khartoum International Airport. Thank God, I was going to run mad if that did not turn out to be a dream.… Continue reading

Our Intelligence Systems Suffering from our Negligence Symptoms

“We listen to them. They know that we listen to them. What kind of stupidity? You know I’m listening to what you say every day, and you go on talking about salaries, ammunition,… Continue reading

UN, a bunch of big spectators for the game of sick dictators!

My cattle camp wisdom still tells me that if you cow away from restraining a bull, then you will lose it to the creditor or pay for his vandalism. Similarly, if you shy… Continue reading

South Sudan No.5 on Terrorism Risk Index!!

SOUTH SUDAN NO.5 AMONG THE TERROR-PRONE NATIONS ON EARTH! Before it turns a month old, the Baby Nation (the Republic of South Sudan) is now facing the challenge of a six-killer childhood diseases,… Continue reading