Azande Community Urges Salva Kiir To Revoke His 28 states in South Sudan and Accepts Responsibilities!
April 11, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– We, the Azande People in our communities regardless of our political and religious affiliation, we would like to make our position clear regarding the creation of the 28 States introduced by H.E President Salvar Kiir Mayardit.
We strongly believe that the challenges our country South Sudan is facing today are: lack of good governance and absence of Law and Order but not the need for more States.
We urge President Kiir to bravely accept responsibility of all mistakes occurred under his leadership and enable the country to move forward.
The people of South Sudan need a leader who can unite them, promote and deliver justice and equality for all regardless of ethnicity and geographical backgrounds.
From economic perspective, we are more concerned about the welfare of the people. As federalism is one call away from its implementation in South Sudan. In federal system, state has to live within its means. Other states’ population and resources cannot sustain themselves. For that reasons, we believe the 28 states system is not viable.
However, we also respect other peoples’ Will. If other communities within WES wish to have their own Sates, we would be happy for them as long as their land borders are not crossing to the lands of our people the Azande.
Spokesperson for Azande Intellectuals Community World-Wide
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