Editorial

Editorial

Kenya protesters should give justice a chance

Relatives of the four jailed Kenyans took to the streets and marooned the South Sudan Embassy in Nairobi protesting the jailing of their kith and kins. Under normal circumstance, this could have been understood globally.  But coming at a time when the law body in this country has re-directed re-trial...
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The law must catch up with all offenders

Something is surely taking the right direction in the midst of the power in charge of the country. It has come to be that soldiers who committed atrocities during last year’s skirmishes are facing court martial under this country’s laws. This is a signal and a warning to those who...
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The abyei meeting in addis, is it on or off?

The abyei meeting in addis, is it on or off? Can someone clear the air on Abyei situation? There are reports of arranged meeting in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa to discuss the on-goings or stale mate standing on the way of resolving the issue once and for all. Information...
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GEORGE IS OUT, LET OTHERS BE RELEASED TOO

During the swearing in and the launch of the National Dialogue, President Salva Kiir assured the country that all political prisoners will be released after the assessment of their files by the Prosecutor General whom he directed to do so pronto. The President took this initiative to ensure the success...
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Time is over, but what can mogae account for achieving

Time is over, but what can mogae account for achieving Festus Mogae is sounding a warning that time for the implementation of peace agreement is over. Only eighteen months remaining to the end of the deadline. We appreciate JMEC chairperson’s sentiments and concern over the dingy-dally in delaying the process...
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