A foot for thought

South Sudan and Egyptian bilateral relationship

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor

On Saturday 28th November, 2020 Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi visited South Sudan to improve bilateral relationship between the two countries. According to the statement issued to the press thereafter, President Sisi promised to support South Sudan in the field of Health, Education and others.  Egyptian government had offered several training to South Sudan; some students are studying in Egypt as part of maintaining relationship between the two sisterly countries.

Other supports could be political; I hope it would be for the benefit of South Sudanese people. Otherwise, South Sudan President Salva Kiir should take wise decisions for having bilateral relationship, since South Sudan has a lot of challenges to maintain peace in the country.

 Any political arena which should cause problems with the country should be taken care of.  President Kiir should accept support that could take this country a head. He is a President of peace and therefore, should support anything that brings peace to the country and the region. We need to have motive of playing good politics that could help our country and those who are seeking helps from us.

Any African country that has conflict should be supported in positive manner than advise them in wrong way. The good example President Kiir shown in bringing peace to Sudan should be emulated and continued in other countries in Africa and the region. In any political decision, we should consider the wellbeing of South Sudan refugees in other countries. We should continue do well so that God bless our country and the countries that seek advice from us. 

That is to say putting interests of people first and individual’s interest at last, for the reason that any President is supposed to consider the interests of people, it is because he is a leader for people not for him or herself.

All of us are to do well and protect this country for sustainable peace and development in the area.

May God bless us all.

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