When a queen’s cute cat is knocked down on the road, it’s not counted an accident! When a homeless disable is run over by a car, it’s always listed under accidents. Reason(s)? This is because the birth of disables was not an unnatural birth that they came from human beings. Disables are not invited outside … More A hand is the tail of a heart, accompany greetings with smiles
Many times people are remembered for both achievements and failures. South Sudanese have achieved and failed innumerable things in equal measures. With that in mind, wise people have already noted that the deeds of the past serve as a basis for our existence in the present and future, and that no people can disconnect from … More The vision of wholeness, South Sudanese must do that
Reconciliation Rites among the Dinka in South Sudan are so comprehensive that the world should adopt. Conflict is a part of life. But we all know that it is disparaging and evil in nature. Therefore it should be overcome by all means possible. The Dinka view of the conflict-reconciliation resolution is an important event in … More Peace compromise is not People’s compromise according to four steps Reconciliation Rites among the Dinka
Some women have a natural beauty, meanwhile others obviously know where they stand. Actually, when I met this girl with a brown face paint, she looked like a warrior going into a battle. She probably might have not seen her whole body in the mirror for the last two years. Devoid of exaggeration, I’ve seen … More The Shotgun Makeup is a mess-up – I guess she had no mirror
Is ethnicity a curse or a blessing? Ethnicity is a debatable issue in political relationships. Particularly in Africa, ethnicity has been at the heart of much of the contemporary conflicts. Ethnicity is often portrayed as a trigger factor in many conflicts. Ethnicity is also often being blamed as a tool to mobilize people during conflicts. … More Is South Sudan conflict a political, resource or ethnic war?