Month: May 2015

May 2015: Poor Education in SSudan (Gai)

South Sudan is believed to have the worse literacy rate in the world. The poor education in south Sudan is attributed by many factors which are cause by ongoing conflicts and displacement have irritated an already difficult education situation and

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May 2015: Illiteracy is a Disaster (Jacob)

The illiteracy is the key problem for Africa crises, especially in South Sudan. To narrow it, the illiteracy is the root cause of all crises undergoing in South Sudan. The inadequate educations of the citizens in South Sudan has deteriorated

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May 2015: Corruption in South Sudan (Ateng)

Corruption is favoring of oneself in sharing of public resources. It has brought conflict in South Sudan, most of leaders are favoring their own families in sharing of high positions in the government hence this has caused protesting to some

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May 2015: Things that Encourage Rebellions in SSudan (Aguet)

Rebellion is an organized armed resistance, or forceful subversion of law in an attempt to replace or overthrow a government to established new government. It is being encourage by many things in South Sudan , among them are: Seeking of

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May 2015: African Technology Black Hole (Guor)

Let’s face it: Africa is on the downward slope to perdition as far as technology is concerned. Many people who are not directly confronted with this reality on the continent are usually lured into a false sense that things are

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May 2015: Girl’s Education Issues Worldwide (Anyar)

Insecurity is a situation where there is no enough security to protect the citizens of a particular country. Such situations normally have negative impact on every aspect of life, my point of argument will, however come from the aspect of

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May 2015: Observations from my Recent Trip to SSudan (Akim)

In South Sudan I have experienced lots of issues in Juba capital. No fuels in the whole Juba the city capital, forget about 9 states alone. In Juba live have becomes terrible for ordinary citizen. Imagine 100 dollar is 1500

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