IF YOU MISSED TO HOLD GUN AND FIGHT, THEN YOU HAVE CHANCE TO HOLD PEN AND WRITE

By Chidu Gatdedoop,

Opinion.

Former child soldiers attending  primary school after the peace returned to the area, after the 2005 comprehensive peace agreement.(Photo: AFP/Past)

Former child soldiers attending primary school after the peace returned to the area, after the 2005 comprehensive peace agreement.(Photo: AFP/Past)

July 3, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — My fellow south sudanese, allow me to give you a piece of my advice since the war was imposed on us by our president kiir, the one you voted for during sudan general election in 2010 we should not set down and watch the county perishing
lets do something to be remembered as true patriot of great nation of south sudan.

The crisis started when many of us were not aware that such a disaster would happend. That is why, today, there are a lot of young and strong  men inside UN protection sites across the country.

Its true that we could not reach where our great fighters are but we need to do something pick up your pen and write down the story. All you need to do is to be BOLD show your side, where you belong. You cannot said that you want to be neutral in this crisis and you are a south sudanese member.

Contribute, lets joint hands together to bring peace and stability, no matter what it takes. You either support the dictators or joint hand with the federal, democratic and freedom fighters.

Many heroes sacrefices their lives for this country, they thought that when they achieved their dream of having their own independent state, everything would be fine but now does freedom and democratic principles that our great fathers fought for exist in SUDLAND? Of course no,  then why should you support such pariah president?

They destroyed the country in the name of ”DOWLA JADID” {new nation}, is south sudan really a new nation? Stand together to hamer the fail regim in juba. Salvacrisis is coming to an end, lets strive hard together and push kiir fail government to the limit stage, write or fight, they all help.

May God be on our side, south sudan is not DOWLA JADID anymore!

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The author, Chidu Gatdedoop, can be reached at gatdedoop @gmail.com.

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