Editorial and commentary

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MPS SHOULD GO BY THE LAWS ON TINTED VEHICLES

Editorial 18th June 2019 The men who formulate and pass the laws of the country, members of parliament, are asking to be allowed to use tinted vehicles against the government order banning the same. The law of the land needs to be obeyed by all MPs included. For them to...
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WITHERING HEAVY STORM

With Paul Jimbo The past four days have defined some of the worse times and moments for the family and friends of Juba Monitor. The sudden death of veteran journalist and founder of Juba Monitor, the late doyen of journalism Alfred Taban caught us flat footed. It will definitely take...
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WHY THESE NEGATIVE AND MALICIOUS REPORTS

With Odongo Odoyo This world is full of surprises. Surprises because sometime we force unrealistic situation to be real. Sometime, we create imaginary situation that cannot be supported by any evidence. I am compelled to ask the US Department of State one question. Why. On April  9th 2019, the department’s...
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EASTER HOLIDAY ENDS PEACEFULLY

With Odongo Odoyo  Despite a few reported incidents of crime, generally the Easter holidays ended peacefully. These isolated cases are of less significance compared to previous years. Security organs did what they are employed to do. Maintaining security and ensuring that revelers enjoyed the holiday. Many social places remained parked...
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 REMAIN STEADFAST DURING EASTER HOLIDAY

With Odongo Odoyo We are all going for one of the longest holiday in the Christian faithful calendar. Easter is probably the most important holiday of the Christian year, celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Easter Monday is a Christian holiday celebrated the day after Easter Sunday. Formerly, it was celebrated...
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GOOD NEWS FOR PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

With Odongo Odoyo There were two major cases in the education sector yesterday, one was the pumping in of more than ten (10) million SSP for the maintenance of the five public universities at least for two months. The other one was the announcement that admission to public universities was...
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