Editorial

Editorial

WILL POLICE FORCE BE FREE OF NEPOTISM AND CORRUPTION

Reports that the hierarchy of Police sent out a warning against nepotism and corruption is a clear signal that something has been cooking and covered under the table far too long. Deputy Inspector General of Police, Lt. Gen James Pui Yak sounded the warning alarm when he told his officers...
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SAFETY OF AID WORKERS ASSURANCE IS GOOD AND ON TIME

The Government has assured the humanitarian workers that they will be safe and move freely in the country during the cause of their duties. This assurance has been long overdue and wanting because a number of fatal cases have taken place scaring major stakeholders and key players to if not...
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LET US HAVE INCLUSIVE PEACE FIRST

Bishop Enock Tombe last Friday told the country to prepare for elections because permanent peace was on the way coming. He was so categorical that his words sent a chilling final message of expectation because all along it has been the wish of everyone to have a lasting solution to...
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AU’S SUPPORT FOR NATIONAL DIALOGUE COMMENDABLE

The African Union (AU) is in full support of the National Dialogue, initially the brain child of President Kiir for inclusive peace for all in the country and which has now created hope of return to stability for effective development. It has been long and tiring journey to come this...
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FINALLY PROCEEDS FROM GREAT RUN ANNOUNCED

Proceeds from the South Sudan Great Run held almost four months ago to aid famine victims have been released and eleven million SSP forms the total amount in local currency while three thousand nine hundred are in USD. We applaud the organizing committee for undertaking this noble cause to assist...
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CONGRATULATION HON. ALFRED TABAN LO-GUNE

The Board of Directors, management and staff of Juba Monitor wish to thank their long serving and founder of Juba Monitor, now, Hon. Alfred Taban Lo-Gune to his steady stewardship which has brought us this far, although through a lot of trials. Alfred has handed this mantle to his long...
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City Council should handle issue of stray dogs

The Juba City Council needs to wake up from their slumber and urgently do something about the stray/street dogs roaming the streets of Juba. The growing number of stray dogs is alarming and poses a health risk to the residents of Juba. I tend to wonder what the City Council...
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Black Market Dwindling Economy

In most developed and less developed countries, politics and economic operations are clean, friendly and credible.  In the Western World, the activity of black market is not allowed to affect the economy. But in South Sudan black market is part of economic destruction because all its dirty stuff is contributing...
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