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An Open to President Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar

Open Letter to H.E Salva Kiir, President of Republic of South Sudan and H.E Dr. Riek Machar, First Vice President of Republic of South Sudan. All the protocols are observed.
By Kuol Kum,
South Sudan President, Salva Kiir and SPLM-IO leader Dr/. Riek Machar (File/Supplied/Nyamilepedia)
South Sudan President, Salva Kiir and SPLM-IO leader Dr/. Riek Machar (File/Supplied/Nyamilepedia)

June 2, 2020(Nyamilepedia)Your Excellencies, Please allowed me to expressed my gratitude and thanks you for tireless efforts both of you did to make Revitalized agreement being started operationalized in the first place, as a citizen of this country South Sudan, I would like to remind your excellencies to reviews the status quo of Revitalized agreement that brought both of you together in Juba and resumed working as friends at the same time colleagues as well leaders of this great nation.In accordance to the Revitalized peace accord, the stability of the country as well its citizens is one of text stipulated in the agreement, but with the current situation all over the country it seems civil populations are not enjoyed the peace both of you doing in Juba. I thought both of you have a access to social media as well others established websites in order to know the ongoing cattles raiding being administered by government officials in some of the country and that can paralyzed the Revitalized peace both of you are working on it in Juba, however, such a situation caused by political vacuum of the states government.

Dear Leaders, the continuation suffering of our civil populations under your leadership will creating a suspicious on the implementation of Revitalized peace accord both of you are working on and people of South Sudan can question the status quo whether it mean real peace or both of you are planning for another war, all suspicious can be interpreted in different perspectives. it is very unfortunate that the government can keep silent while civilians are dying all over  the country, if there is no compromise both of you can do on the issue of states Governors better to give chances to others leaders since South Sudan is mutliparties, the people of South Sudan are tired of political wrangling since 2008 up to date. the global pandemic can give you an experience to thinks about South Sudan, a country without hospitals, education, roads, water systems and others militant hardware systems. these are the basic services a country should establish, our airspace still being administered by Sudan as resulted of no capacity to administer our own affairs.

We thought both of you can realized these challenges and work on it to improve them instead of pulling the rope, already the people of South Sudan give both of you chances several times to lead them with the trusted invested on you to install a system of governance that can accommodate all diversity without discrimination. Good leader is a leader who care about his people as well love his country rather than thinking about his own interest, the country will sooner face catastrophic as analyzed by scientists much rainfall will happen in South Sudan, flooding displacement will be rampant, and I don’t think the Revitalized government established a disaster management response teams at national level up to states levels as well local governments level to work in collaboration with the humanitarian partners in order to prepare the disaster response ahead of time.

Finally, the economy of the country devastated into zero Development, half of the civil populations in the country have no access to their agricultural farms due to insecurity, children abandoned their homes living on streets as results of hunger and those are the future of the country, people living with disabilities are not been considered to offer with the services they deserved, business people are not supported, youths were been forced to support your politics in order for them to survived, professional Doctors left the country as their careers is not being reorganized, all these above mentioned are the basic services a leadership should focusing on its. I may not be the first person raised these challenges, but the ongoing communal fighting forced me to put this notice into your account and it is up to your leadership to consider a concerns raised by citizens, we are not criticizing your personality rather than leadership and it is our primary responsibility to air out our voices, demands our government to do things in right direction.

Thanks you.
The author Kuol Kum is a concern South Sudanese. He can be reached for more information through his email at kuolkum@yahoo.com

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