GOING TO JUBA FOR GOOD REASON VS GOING TO JUBA FOR BAD REASON
By Dr. Henry Jembi,
Feb 16, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- Believe me or not going to Juba is going to take place soon or later, whether we like it or not and for fear of light or darkness. The saying is obviously understood only by a few groups of people that when the light comes, darkness disappears; and when darkness prevails, the light will flash around the corner. South Sudan is waiting for the light of freedom to blaze in the land of worries, martyrs and the innocent people of South Sudan who have no way to resort to protect their lives.
Living in Juba has become inexplicable and bringing up children in Juba has become a matter of life and death. It goes without saying; those who have money dare their beliefs and traditions by sending their kids to the neighboring countries do you know why? Because they thought that those countries knew very well how to live in peace. Besides, they thought that those countries are saved and secured.
Poor South Sudanese, you need to think twice and outside the box instead. Poor motherland, see how they betray during the daylight and ill tread your reputation just for penny. Poor motherland, your children, is crying and seeking for the rescuers to come and free them from your elderly and wicked sons and daughters who have gone astray their grandparents’ footsteps.
What is happening at night cannot be tolerated, it is a devalue and inhumanity, injustice and terror against your innocent sons and daughters. At time, they deserve and at times they don’t deserve all these kind of behavior which has been engineered and geared from the top leaders and evil politicians. If you go to Juba, be careful they hyenas and leopards might devour you and your intellectual thinking in order to paralyze and weaken your outstanding leadership and effort. As a result, don’t give them a tiny change to comprehend your positive thinking and dual calling to build up national South Sudan.
The philosophy of terror and killing, which is practiced by the governement is a wicked mechanism which aims at scaring and bring under control the rising circumstances don’t like by the innocent people of South Sudan. Though peace was signed between the two parties, yet there are still some loopholes being used by the two sides to gain the ground against the interest of the other side. You know very well that there is not pure and genuine peace deal in the world whatsoever. The only pure and genuine peace deal is when the two sides keep the body and the spirit of the deal and work together to maintain and implement what is agreed upon. There can be peace or there cannot be peace, provided that the two parties understand each other and have the desire and will for peace, otherwise, it would be a waste of time, effort and money. Peace doesn’t mean talks without action, but the two together, you talk and you act or transform your words into actions and deeds.
Peace also means business, especially for a certain group of people like the biggest merchants and traders who owned big companies and organizations. Their only aim is to get more money and more profit by all means good or evil to them is identical. At this point, South Sudan is now new field ground for all kinds of such entrepreneurs and projects where by worldwide eyes are fixed on South Sudan not on the people of South Sudan instead. Mind you, some of the weakened and wicked South Sudanese is engaging and involved in those businesses themselves, which mean they like to enslave themselves and their innocent people too.
Lastly, We will watch out and be alert to monitor and make sure that our adversaries and traitors are contained and suit to the lawsuit for enslaving us, betraying us and selling our resources without consulting us first. You the lawmakers, ought to reveal and demonstrate the legal teaching of justice and equality to the people of South Sudan from now onward, otherwise, you may be accused of siding with the criminals and outlaws also. Then what would be your answers at that time?
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