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Opinion: Who can cast demons out of South Sudan leaders?

By TT Shaka

South Sudanese rival leaders, Salva Kiir and Riek Machar do a group hug with the Ethiopian Prime Minister after their first face to face meeting in Addis Ababa(Photo: file/supplied/Nyamilepedia)
South Sudanese rival leaders, Salva Kiir and Riek Machar do a group hug with the Ethiopian Prime Minister after their first face to face meeting in Addis Ababa(Photo: file/supplied/Nyamilepedia)

January 24th 2020 (Nyamilepedia)Even if you isolate the tape root, some primary and secondary roots, the tree will stand until it is out of the soil. The Pope tried to eliminate the Tape root and the Arch Bishop of Canterbury tried to remove the primary and the secondary roots of our tree of demons but the demons have established roots in the top leaders. Did Jesus try to remove demons from the surface of the earth? No! Jesus shook them off from His site. He just proved to them that He (Jesus is more powerful than them.) When He washed the feet of His disciples, He wanted to show them that a leader can be simple to his person which doesn’t mean he has no powers. Do we have leaders of that type in South Sudan? Certainly not from those greedy corrupt fools. Should we say that the Holly Father has wasted time, no, He did what Jesus taught us. Kiir of course is more comfortable with his fake Prophet than listening to the message from Pope.

Dear fellow countrymen, a wound that looks dried outside is still fresh inside. Patching a government of Kiir in a new name so called Transitional Government even if it were formed will be a recipe  for this time a worst disaster believe me or not. I really don’t understand year after year we allow Kiir to torture all the valuable and powerful brains we have in the country? What has gone wrong with us? We all know and the Jiengs know that there can’t be a Dinka, Nuer or any tribal nation in South Sudan even if this war doesn’t stop. All we need to learn is to form a nation. Do we all know what a nation is? Jiengs are not fighting for nationhood but to postpone our chances to become one of the powerful nations on earth. Born or unborn Dinka must know that they will rip what they have started unless new seeds are planted to carry this generation. The Dinkas shouldn’t expect to fly their flags everywhere in the South forever.

I don’t understand how the South Sudanese trust South Africans who don’t have the slightest spirit of oneness for other Africans to pretend to be solving our problems based on tribalism, corruption and greed? In the eyes of every Southerner, what we have can’t be characterized as a problem. It is just the Dinkas bulling everybody. Don’t forget we have been subject to the torture of the cross-bred of the Arabs for years before and can’t accept the Danka’s or anyone doing it again. It takes seconds if the Dinkas made about turn from what they are doing now in the country.to achieve peace

Congratulations Jieng for making South Sudan the second stupid country in the world. You must be so proud of your work. Do you still need to continue to beat Somalia which held you down? What a primitive country with a primitive Cow boy Leader? Don’t you have shame to see a potential country that can’t be compared with Somalis to be in this state?

Be sincere to yourselves Jiengs, where is the money to run all these states you have so far created? If that money is there, why do you starve your workers for months unpaid? Where on earth does every village become a state? Can number of states feed its people? Why can’t we develop the resources to the feed these people first?

The author is a concerned South Sudanese citizen and can be reached via: hicksambira@yahoo.com

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