South Sudan: UN Should Take Over The Country

By Tor Madira Machier,

United Kingdom is preparing its troops for a peace keeping mission in South Sudan. Other nations have also sent their first batches(Photo credits: wired.co.uk)

United Kingdom is preparing its troops for a peace keeping mission in South Sudan. Other nations have also sent their first batches(Photo credits: wired.co.uk)

July 22, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– A Northern Sudanese politician pridicted during the Southern Sudan Referundum that “if the South break away from the north, South Sudan will never be peacefull due to their ethnic hatred toward each other”. Well, the South Sudanese proven their former northern brothers right this week after a peace deal falters.

Last week, which saw targeted killings of armed and political members of the SPLM-in-Opposition – a party to the Peace Deal signed in August – clashes started after days of speculations that the two parties will return to war. Throughout Thursday last week to Monday, this week, Juba witnesses heavy fighting, which in fact suggested that the Transitional Government which was established last month between Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army I’m Oppoosition ( SPLM/A – IO) and the other SPLM faction of President Silva Kiir, between forces loyal to each party.

With the suggestion that the Transitional Government failed, it means the deep of a challenge facing South Sudanese in ruling themselves as a nation. The powerful uses his/her power to prosecute the weak and the richer used his/her riches to kill the poor. Ethnic hatred has driven the country into an unknown future and to an extend that the perpetrators and the South Sudanese as while forgotten that they have a nation.

South Sudanese have totally failed to rule themselves, I do not think that there is another appropriate time than now for the international community to takeover and rule the country for the period of the Transitional Government I’m order to set-forth a road map for South Sudan to manage their country by themselves. Many may dispute me due to what I describe as a ‘false feeling’ of nationalism, but as a matter of fact, it is more better for the International Community to rule this country and lead the South Sudanese people to safety than having the South Sudanese dictator in power kill them and torture the poor and the ordinary citizens. Few who are liars may disagree with me, but the fact that we need to save the remaining lives remain the option instead of unlimmited wars.

This war has no winners or losers, up to the end, no single party to the conflict will be defeated, and we have to take in to consideration our future concerns. Those who believe that victory belongs to them, among the parties to the conflict are wrong, we all are losers. The lives we losts daily constitute a great challenge to our nation in regard to our peaceful co-existence.

“Tell the truth, and the truth will set you free” John 8:32

Tor Madira Machier is South Sudanese columnist and a student doing Law degree at Egypt’s Ain Shams University, he can be reached through tormadira2013@gmail.com and tormachier.blogspot.com

4 comments

  • opoka

    For sure South Sudan need more years to learn from the rest of the world.

  • bullshit since when does UN performance effectively to the extend of peace, build and demonstrate to the nations wellbeing of the people. Bashir and his Khartoum regime should be held account on what’s happening in South Sudan because they fooled this guy who is hungry for power and that has brought mess to the people of south Sudan. AU and IGAD or whatever cannot and will never bring stability to the South. give people of south Sudan works to do in restoring peace. why did you created so called two armies in this young nation?

  • Some time people should alway not talk of their Stupid way or to abuse .
    Let me ask you, what make you and you father disagree?