South Sudan: Why is Calling for Help Despised in South Sudan?

Published on AllAfrica on August 15th, 2013 OPINION Apparently the recent articles where I urged South Sudan’s friends and international stakeholders to look their moral consciousness in the mirror and appropriately intervene to rescue South Sudan from the current political, social and economic mess have raffled the feathers of a number of our brothers. One…

South Sudan: What Are They Waiting for in South Sudan?

Published on AllAfrica on August 6th, 2013 OPINION In a comment on a political commentary on the current South Sudan’s quagmire, someone recently complained bitterly about the role of the “enablers” in promoting corruption, tribalism and nepotism, which can be described as some of the main determining factors of political violence and the resulting massacres…

On the National Healing, Peace and Reconciliation in South Sudan

Published on South Sudan Nation on July 15th, 2013 This is a continuation of a previous discussion on the national healing, peace and reconciliation initiative in South Sudan, where I made the case for this process as the mandate of the church (see article/The-Case-for-Reconciliation-as-the-Mandate-of-the-Church-in-South-Sudan). On that occasion, I came full circle towards the end by…