Message of Congratulation to First Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan Dr. Riek Machar Teny-Dhurgon, Phd

By Sirir Gabriel,

South Sudan Dr. Riek Machar Teny returns to South Sudan capital, Juba, after two years of civil war(Photo: file/Nyamilepedia)

 April 27th, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —–  Your Excellency, Please accept our sincere congratulation on your appointment and swearing-in as the First Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan. We wish you the best hand and every success in carrying out the important responsibilities ahead of you.

Your Excellency, Today South Sudan is facing a lot of challenges as you did mention in your address to the press upon arrival at Juba International Airport and in that regard we would love to ask you to work closely with the other peace partners (The SPLM-IG, FDs and other Political Parties) in the spirit of mutual trust in tackling the challenges like the economic situation in the country that is at the height of collapse, the deteriorating Humanitarian crisis, the security as well as making sure that ceasefire holds in areas of Western Equatoria and Western Bhar el Ghazal.

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Your Excellency, You served your country well during the liberation struggles, where you showed your commitment to the separation of South Sudan from Sudan and the eventual independence of South Sudan in 2011.

This personal dedication and the wealth of political experience that you have gained over the years are the attributes that makes you a political figure that South Sudan needs for her reforms and transformation into a viable state economically and politically.

We the Lou Youths commit to always support and work together with you to further develop and intensify the amicable relations between our South Sudan tribes and the transformation of our beloved country through this transitional period and beyond.

Once again Congratulations

Signed:

By Sirir Gabriel,

Lou Youths Representative,

JUBA – South Sudan

Email: sirirgabrielyiei3@gmail.com


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One comment

  • in this transitional government if you can’t guarantee us justice, we can’t let you have a peace
    my tears hasn’t dry since the dark days in juba.it seems like people are forgetting about how it happened and not thinking how we gonna end this, before it touch the next generation.
    peace make by politicians agreements is not a real peace and will end up like those peace that had took place when Sudan was one, remember..! peace can be impose by many different ways yet it wouldn’t satisfied ordinary people. according to my understanding of peace and justice, peace is nonviolent, unity, harmony, a state of security and mutual concord and other hand justice is reconciliations for all lack oppression, impartial and fair dealing rights
    the premise is that the different interpretations of these concepts shape the different views about the connections between them. For those who see the value of digging deeper will find true justice. I believe if we are to seek peace we have to find justice first.
    As the a cliché goes I want to talk about justice. peace has been the mantra of the South Sudan. In the past three years…..we even tried to called ourselves one nation but nothing had changed, still being Nuer was crime…! one nation the language of peace, became secret weapon, then one nation fall apart because the idea of peace is an empty one and it isn’t the solution to the conflict we find ourselves embroiled in. yesterday our people were enemies, but today we have fake smiles. ….As one nation. peace turns everything into a business, you give me the( Nakba) and I’ll give you wailing walls. The Knights of peace were never too interested in the victims of the conflict. what the victims need most is justices . we are the victims and we only need justice and that is were my tears I’ll dry and I will be happy. Our president dragged our country to zero. kir has killed 20,000+ in just length of 3 days, we don’t need justice,?. is kir willing to recognize what he did?. did he recognize what his army had subjugated innocent people?. is he willing to pay reparations for thousands souls?.
    There are perhaps historical for the conflict, but it has been fueled by human greed and selfishness. There is virtually no one in South Sudan with out a friend, brother or colleagues or distant acquaintance of sort was killed or injured in this war. There is no one from Nuer in particular hasn’t feared life, even those of Nuer wew, had runs to unmiss then ,in fortunate money took their hearts and souls then later returned back and feeds on their brothers flash who were left unburried.
    In order to achieve peace first we must achieve justice the we in now is not a peace real peace. The following immediate steps must be taken. settlement lands must be returned to their owners. reconciliation councils got works after apartheid ended in South Sudan ……viva Machar…..viva SS