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DON’T USE YOUR FREEDOM TO FREEDOOM

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo It has been two weeks like un-ending nights when l took a break for the just concluded Christmas and New Year celebrations. I have missed my readers and supporters. But one thing remained real that there are my colleagues, the young ones who kept this...
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Juba Bridge is ticking bomb

Topical Commentary By: Opio Jackson Risk Management is very important in identifying potential risks in advance so as to take precautionary steps to reduce risk but the usage of one lane of Juba Bridge is not a risk management at all. It is more of sitting on a ticking time...
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Stop children from participating in protest

By:  Anna Nimiriano The story published in the newspaper yesterday that children protested in Jonglei state, Bor town to support 32 states was wrong. Children are not conversant about anything regarding national affairs. They are innocent people; their ages are not for people who can decide on the national affairs....
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DON’T USE COMMUNITY TO FIGHT FOR POSITIONS

On Monday, Bari ethnic leaders distanced themselves from critics of the newly-appointed Archbishop of Juba. The Archbishop has faced controversy since his December appointment for several reasons, including that he is not a member of the region’s predominant Bari tribe. The group said those indigenous clergy and faithful Bari who...
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Delay in February 22 is accountable

By: Anna Nimiriano According to the report published yesterday in the newspaper, about 50 days out of one hundred proposed to finalize the outstanding issues have been wasted without giving update report to the citizens of this country. All parties concerned for the reports and monitoring the activities are accountable....
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LET US BE TOLERANT TO ONE ANOTHER

By: Opio Jackson Media has always played a very important role in our society. In ancient times when there was no radio, newspapers and television, people used literature as source of information and different stories about great kings, shows those people the information about them. In those days there were...
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WILD ANIMALS NEED PROTECTION

On Monday, the Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism raised an alarm over the rising levels of poaching and illegal hunting at the Nimule National Park. The ministry said the poachers were believed to have crossed from Uganda and some parts within the country were using different local weapons to...
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Pardoning prisoners a positive step

By: Anna Nimiriano President Salva Kiir decision to pardon prisoners in the beginning of the year was a positive move as part of forgiveness. It was a day of happiness and joy for the parents, relatives and friends to re-unite with their children, Dr. Peter Biar and Kerbino Wol. It...
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JUBEK LAWMAKERS SHOULD SUMMON CITY MAYOR

The Jubek State Legislative Assembly should summon the Mayor of Juba city to explain the ongoing construction of commercial buildings at Konyo Konyo newly inaugurated Bus Park.  During the launch of the Bus park earlier last year the administration of Juba City council had promised to deliver spacious and standard...
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QUARRELS DESTROY MANKIND, LET’S DESIST FROM IT

Topical Commentary A farmer had a neighbour who was a hunter, and who owned ferocious, yet terribly trained hunting dogs. They jumped over the fence frequently and chased the farmer’s lambs. The farmer asked his neighbour to keep his dogs in check, but this fell on deaf ears. One day...
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