Jieng Elders Warns UNMISS and Partners To Stay Out of South Sudan’s Politics of 28 States

Weekly press briefing conducted by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan [UNMISS], with featured guest Christian Okafor, Project Manager for UN-Habitat South Sudan.(Photo credits: UNMISS/JC Mcilwaine)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE By The Secretariat of JIENG COUNCIL OF ELDERS (JCE) Juba, South Sudan May 26, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— The Jieng Council of Elders (JCE) is alarmed and deeply regrets the recent remarks by UNMISS Chief with respect to the status of the 28 States establishment order, (EO 36/2015). The UNMISS head said that she does not recognize the 28 states. […]

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Despite Peace Efforts, South Sudan’s “Reformed” Television Remains Largely Biased!

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  May 26, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– Although many South Sudanese expect many changes with the return of peace, South Sudan Television(SSTV) which is controlled by Michael Makuei Lueth, the Minister of information, Malaak Ayuen and Garang John remains largely tribal and a stray bullet for the former government of Salva Kiir. Raised over the months by members of minority communities and […]

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South Sudan: “Unknown Gunmen” Robbed Christian Mission in the Capital

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May 26, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— South Sudan’s infamous “unknown gunmen” robbed Christian Mission for Development, a non-profit organization, last night in the capital, Juba. According to Bishop Thomas Tut Gany, the Executive Director of Christian Mission for Development, the unknown gunmen broke into CMD office at 2 am May 26, 2016. “The perpetrators cut the wire fence and made their way […]

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Why Kiir, Malong and Wani’s side of the Transitional Unity Government of South Sudan is Not Committing to Implementing Peace.

Opposition leaders, President Salva Kiir Mayardit greets his long term rival First Vice President Dr. Riek Machar Teny at a close watch of a disappointed 2nd Vice President, James Wani Igga(Photo: supplied)

By Gatwech John Kutei, May 26, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— It is unarguably true that the faction of the transitional government under Salva Kiir and his cohorts are not for peace instead, they are doing all that is at their disposal to ensure this unity government does not go forward. Chronically, peace pact was initially inked in August 2015, president Salva Kiir […]

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Brightening Once Again The SPLA Darkened Star

Generals of SPLA on both side of the recently concluded conflict conduct an orientation workshop in Juba under the authority of JMCC(Photo credits: Thalage Ajondit)

By Deng Vanang May 25, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— A lot of kudos goes to the SPLA. Reason, having been ranked the 18th among eighteen most powerful armies on the continent by Global Firepower.com, GFP. Despite trialing last, the rating is such a great feat for the national army that has weathered several storms since its mutation from guerrilla to an autonomous […]

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Interleak: How The Former Minister of Petroleum Spent $1.516 Million US Dollar Before Leaving The Office!

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May 24, 2016(Nyamilepedia) ——- In a confidential document extended to Mr. Machar Aciek Ader, the Managing Director of Nilepet Corporation,  South Sudan’s former Minister of Petroleum and Mining, Hon. Stephen Dhieu Dau, ordered $ 1.5 millions US dollar to be paid out between January to April 2016 before handing over the Ministry to new Transitional Ministers who were to be […]

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Guns and the Stability of South Sudan

A heavily militarized South Sudanese capital marks the "SPLA anniversary" in Juba, 2012(Photo: Waakhe Simon Wudu)

The Broken Society and the peace deal Written by James Tot Mathiang May 24, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— How much stability the South Sudanese and the International Community are expected with this ineffectual peace agreement? The gun violence in South Sudan has lately been in the International community’spotlight on the subject of humanitarian concerns. The death of gun violence in the country […]

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