Editorial

Editorial

IGAD SHOULD BE ABLE TO BITE NOT TOOTHLESS

IGAD Council of Ministers who have been meeting in the capital Juba, came with a joint communique over the agreement to tackle the current political impasse facing the country. We can only sing halleluiah because all what this country and the leadership have been advocating for is just what the...
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AT LAST A UNIFIED NUMBER PLATES

Interior Minister and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) have put to rest the issue of number plates which had been contentious among the drivers, motor owners and traffic police. Some States also got involved by opposing the introduction of the new number plates. Initially, each State had its own...
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WHY MISHANDLE JOURNALISTS CARRYING OUT ASSIGNMENTS

It is always journalists being mistreated by security agents even when they are on a noble cause of their duties of informing, educating and entertaining the general public. They always end up facing a brush with the law enforcement agents. We ask why this persistence and continued hostility. Last Friday,...
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UP-HOLD AND RESPECT THE RULE OF LAW

We up-hold and respect the rule of law governing the country in all its entity. This has to be cherished by all law abiding citizens for the smooth running and management of the country’s affairs. However, we detest and condemn when such a law is being abused or misused by...
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NO FORCED CONTRIBUTION TO INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATIONS

The Council of Ministers declared that this year’s Independence celebration will not be public due to a number of reasons. One obvious is the current economic situation and the hunger affecting the country. The Government in its wisdom saw it wise to have such expenditure diverted to assist needy cases...
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