Count down to referendum and Khartoum tactics

The referendum for South Sudan independence is fast approaching and Khartoum is panicking. It is currently using all it has to either stop the plebiscite or disrupt it.The recent complain at the Constitutional court is one of them. Saying that the refe…

Bad Police men

Before any body attacked me or say any word I want to explain something about “Islam” in our religion there are roles should be admitted if some body make wrong…In the video above there is abuse of punishment which conflicted with Islamic roles…Th…

NCP panic and propaganda tactics

All signs are that the NCP is panicking ahead of the referendum for South Sudan secession in January. The various statements coming from the NCP is a clear sign that they have failed to convince the South about unity and are now using blame tactics to …

Pressing the north to let the south go

Sudan and Bashir in trouble! The pressure is mounting to ensure that the referendum for independence goes ahead as planned:THE American administration is pressing Omar al-Bashir’s Sudanese government in Khartoum to let the southern bit of his country b…

Southern Sudan: A Shaky Peace

The November issue of the National Geographic Magazine has an extensive article on Southern Sudan. It followed the story of Logocho. An excerpt from the opening paragraph reads:One day some years ago, before the latest civil war began in earnest, a Sud…

Nothing goes straightforward

Hi everybody,Sorry for disconnecting for this long time, but I was busy with my graduation project then National Service.I’m here today to write again about negative thing that became a sign in Sudan, I didn’t write about anything before I try it so th…

Government against its people…

This statment mentioned by an old man when he was waiting to ride a bus for more than two hours. The story began when the police men changed a direction of one of the most important streets without putting any sign to tell the buses drivers. When the d…

Sorry for disconnecting

Hi all,Sorry for being busy, but what to do I’m in final year of college and I have difficult graduation’s project.I’ll be back two monthes later.Hope you come back again.

Sudan’s Elections, almost a wrap up

Talking to a journalist the other day about the Sudanese election and I was asked my take on all the “stuff” going on. My reply was probably not what he wanted to hear. I believed that the real news story was the absence of lots of “stuff” going on. …

Recent economist article on South Sudan

Ouch! Tough piece!Here’s the link: http://www.economist.com/world/middleeast-africa/displaystory.cfm?story_id=15469303 The reporter allowed me to advance an explanation and table further thoughts and I am grateful that at least the counter message g…

What’s this Southern Sudan place all about?

There’s a lot out there about Southern Sudan. Lots of opinions, lots of emotions, lots of pessimism and lots of optimism. Just to save new readers the time in going through older posts, this blog skews (careens?) toward the optimistic side of the co…