South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (JUBA CITY)
JUBA – South Sudan is the world’s youngest country. It gained its independence in July 2011, but plunged into a bloody and bitter civil war in December 2013, barely two years following its independence from Sudan.
Throughout the last six years of war, activists and intellectuals have drawn a complete different picture of the country. South Sudan is now called the “land of wonders,” according to some activists. Sometimes activists conclude comments, on social media, websites, or whatever platform, by saying “wonders shall never end/cease in South Sudan.”
To find why activists always refer to South Sudan as such, read the below 15 unbelievable things that happens in the world’s youngest nation.
1 – 80% of the civil population has guns as if they are the army.
2 – Civil servants and soldiers are paid their salary every six months (twice a year).
3 – Leader of the national youth body is an active 1st Lieutenant in the country’s spy agency.
4 – Government employees with poor background donate expensive cars.
5 – President wishes activists, critics and opponents death.
6 – 32 states created by the president, but revert back to original ten where he took off from.
7 – Peace agreement accepted by all parties signed, full unity government should have been in place in May 2019. In June 2020, almost two years later, 80% of what is called “revitalized” peace agreement is not implemented.
8 – COVID-19 only kills senior and assigned government officials.
9 – Ministers with poor educational background agitate for removal of educated college.
10 – Road tarmacked and constructed washed off by rain after a few days.
11 – Medical doctors are ignored by the president and appoints politicians who smells paracetamol to make sure that it is really paracetamol (example are members of the high-level COVID-19 task force).
12 – Unknown gunmen who only kill government critics and dissidents are never found.
- Leaders rebels after being relieved.
14 – Activists get arrested once express truth.
15 – Court gets paid to give you right.
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