An Open Letter To First Vice President, Dr Riek Machar Teny

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By Pal Chol, Opinion. April 30, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— I take this opportunity first and foremost to congratulate the collegian Presidency on the formation of TGONU in the Republic of South Sudan. South Sudan is destroyed in its entirety! The basic infrastructures put in place during the interim period and two years of independence have all been devastated. Your languages during […]

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A Farewell Letter to H.E Mariano Deng, Outgoing S.Sudan Ambassador to Kenya

H.E Mariano Deng Ngor addressing South Sudanese University Students at Nairobi Safari club Hotel in July 2015

By Dak Buoth, March 15, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– Your Excellency, I learned you have been transferred to the United Republic of Tanzania as an Ambassador and head of mission there. I received the news of your transfer with mix reactions. If I were you or the appointing authority, you could still remain as South Sudan Ambassador in Nairobi Kenya. I know […]

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An Open Letter To Hon. Bona Panek Biar, Appointed Governor Of Twic State

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Dear Hon. Bona Panek Biar, Subject: Condemnation of your recent unilateral gubernatorial decisions and actively working against sound conflict mitigation efforts in Twic State “Justice as Fairness” – John Rawls By Bol Nyuol Bol, March 02, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- The leadership and members of Amuol Community in Diaspora are utterly dismayed and disappointed by the news of your recent unilateral acts […]

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An Open Letter To Japanese Ambassador To Juba, South Sudan

Japanese Ambassador to South Sudan, Takeshi Akamatsu speaks at a ceremony in Juba, South Sudan on March 19, 2015(Photo credits: Getty Images/Anadolu)

Dear Mr. Kiya Masahiko and; Maria Noel Vaeze, UN Women Program Division Director (UNWPDD). Feb 25, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– We the concern Ma’di community, the Native ethnic tribe of Nimule in particular and Ma’di mainland at large are extremely disturbed and disappointed by your mission’s distribution of agricultural tools to the Internally Displaced Persons [IDPs] in Nimule. We see no reason […]

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Chollo Community Writes to JMEC Chair Festus G. Mogae on the Implications of implementation of the 28 States in Upper Nile State

Former Botswana President, Festus Mogae, currently stranded in Nairobi Kenya due to unrest at Juba International airport, South Sudan, is the chairman of Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission overseeing South Sudan Peace agreement(Photo: file)

H.E. Festus G. Mogae, Chairperson, Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission, Your Excellency, Feb 15, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- We salute you in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We, the Chollo Community would like to bring to the notice of your Excellency the real situation on the ground. Chollo Community is being targeted and marginalized by the implementation […]

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A Petition To Her Majesty’s Government from South Sudanese Communities in the UK

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To:  The Rt. Hon. David Cameron, MP British Prime Minister, 10 Downing Street, London, SW1A 2AA From: Concerned South Sudanese Community in the UK C/o: Federico Awi Vuni, 17 Pennwell Gate, Leeds, LS14 5NX Dear Prime Minister, Feb 08, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– We the undersigned members of the South Sudanese communities in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland would like first to […]

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The Deliberate Efforts by the Government of the Republic of South Sudan to Undermine the Implementation of South Sudan Peace Agreement

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To: The Chair of IGAD-Plus, C/o H.E Hailemariam Dessalegn, Prime Minister of Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia H.E. Festus G. Mugae, Chairman of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) cc The President, UN Security Council From: South Sudanese Equatorian Community Leaders in the Diaspora: 1.     Mr. Federico Awi Vuni, Chair, Equatorian Community in the UK 2.     Mr. Kwaje Lasu, […]

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