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Jonglei governor unveils state strategies; asks citizens to listen

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By Philip Thon Aleu

May 31, 2008 (BOR, Jonglei) – The top official in the Southern Sudan state of Jonglei outlined a series of steps taken by the local government to address a number of issues including security as the primary focus.

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Jonglei governor Kuol Manyang

Governor Kuol Manyang Juuk, speaking to reporters this weekend, detailed a number of achievements and challenges Jonglei is going through - stemming from insecurity, unemployment among the youth and what he described as “corruption in government machinery” and seeking Jonglei citizens’ attention.

“The function of government is to establish good governance and delivery of social services, which means respect for law and order, such that citizens feel secured and develop their economy,” Governor Kuol Manyang said before tackling the main challenges in steps.

INSECURITY AND DISARMAMENT

The governor reiterated that the road to achieving peace is through disarmament.

“Civilians are stronger than police forces and this have increased the rate of crimes. “We must disarm them” he said.

Manyang said that the recent clashes between Duk County communities where at least thirty people died are returning to normal after two days of intensive talks by a peace committee headed by his Advisor on Peace Rev. John Jok.

“There is now peace in that area. The reports say that a total of 70,000 cattle were looted from Wuror County to Duk County and another 1,700 cattle by Wuror from Duk County. This has been the main reason why Wuror citizens were prepared to attack Duk County.”

The clashes were sparked-off by a disagreement over cattle bartering [heifer for bull], the governor confirmed putting an end speculations on the cause of the fight.

The governor said that he appealed to “Wuror not to attack Duk and we are doing our best to return stolen cattle to the rightful people.”

The governor promised an investigation into the clashes which resulted in displacement of people and closure of projects that including school construction and clean water points drilling in central Jonglei Counties. The governor said he is seeking citizens’ adherence to peace and allowing the government to provide security for them.

Jonglei insecurity has crossed perimeters into Ethiopia and Central Equatoria State (CES). Manyang is due to fly to Ethiopia in a few days to negotiate with his Ethiopian counterpart some mechanisms to normalize ties. As for cattle keepers that budged into CES, the state government has arranged to return them back to avoid “interfering with farms and stability there [CES]” the governor disclosed.

Disarmament, according to recent decree from Southern Sudan president 1st Lt. Gen. Salva Kiir Mayadrit, all the ten Southern states has to start disarmament as June 1st, 2008, Governor Kuol maintained. “To avoid self-destruction and looting of others’ property, we shall start disarmament tomorrow [Sunday June 1st] and continue for six months,” Gen. Kuol said.

Asked whether the disarmament process may not be so peaceful, the governor said all units of government, particularly the civil society will be given time to convince people and those who choose to comply will be issued certificates.

The armed forces (SPLA) “will then move in to disarm any one refusing to surrender arms to civil societies using all necessary force,” he said. Mr. Manyang revealed that the disarmament will commence concurrently in all counties to circumvent any “negative” conspiracy in Jonglei state as well as the neighboring states.

POST-DISARMAMENT FRUITS

The governor said that after disarmament, police force, to be boosted by more 500 citizens undergoing training, will take over from the SPLA and maximize protection against looting and invasion of foreign lands.

He also predicted that road networks linking Jonglei towns will be built with little obstruction and the number of foreign investors will surge paving the way to social-economic development.

“After the peace agreement [CPA], many foreign investors expressed their interest in coming to South Sudan and Jonglei in particular, but who wants to invests in war zones?” Manyang asked.

A road connecting Jonglei capital Bor Town to Pibor is underway and the “work will continue despite the rainy season because the contracting company has good trucks,” he said. The state has also built a Higher Institute in the memory of John Garang de Mabior.

CORRUPTION, UNEMPLOYMENT & WEAK JUDICIARY

An intense review to the number of government employees has been carried out several times to deal with ghost names and double workers. The governor disclosed that the exercise has been successful and a next move to check on substandard grading is completed and same (good) results are expected.

“There are ministries in place alright, but what are they doing? There are no projects planned or implemented; for example no construction of officials building is going on, hospitals and health centers are in a very bad shape, towns in Jonglei have no drainages but the state receives money from the government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) monthly. What is the government doing? The money is paid to numerous workers for doing nothing,” Mr. Manyang wondered.

However, the governor attributed this not solely to corrupt leaders, but to the huge number of staff that encompasses SPLM and Government of Sudan pre-peace administrations.

“In some cases those years, the government (of Sudan) employed children, elderly or non-existing people. A person’s job is occupied by up to five (5) people,” he said adding “we have already removed some names and money can now be served for development.”

High rate of unemployment among the youth has to be solved by substituting into positions realized vacant after the “employees reviewing roll calling.” Other youth will be riveted into the oil companies after training - to be organized by them as requested by the state government.

The governor requested higher schools and institutes students to opt for the faculty of law to catch up with the ailing judiciary. “There are complains about how cases are handled in the judiciary, but that is not my work. It is the human rights watchdog to supervise these cases including myself,” Governor Kuol said before adding that “delayed justice is denied justice.”

The governor acknowledged that Jonglei is trailing behind in agricultural sector and warned the citizens to take care or starve. “Rains are very good this year and I hope our people we will hear our voices and help in producing their own food rather than depending on imported foods,” he said.

“Jonglei state is better now than last year which was better than the previous years and hopefully, the trend will continue” the governor concluded.

Manyang also urged local reporters, whom he said are free to operate, to “collect information from state ministers” in order to spread peace messages and strategies of the government.

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  • 2 June 2008 06:18, by James James

    Mr. Kuol:

    I have only one simple advice for you:-

    Please don’t let those who are driven by tribalism mislead you. I know when you use your own way of handling things, Jongolei will be a better place for all of us. Please take all those guns from every civillian of any tribe in fair and respectful process.

    There are a lot of dirty folks who are trying their best to lead you to the chaotic path and you should not accept their way of living.

    Remember, some of us love to see really peace not the peace or disarmament baged with tribalism and hatred against others. I am personally a human who need real peace, at the same time, I hate bloodshed from any human being. Those who disagree with me don’t quiet understand where I stand. All I want is real democracry where every citizen is treated as first class citizen. I hate tribalism, nepotism, favourism, self exaltion and all those negative believes. I don’t stand seeing somebody acting like better than me, my tribe or any other tribe, also, I hate to see my tribe terrorizing others or branded as raiders or child abductors. Please Kuol Manyang, Do right thing and you will not see anyone from us open his or her mouth.

    The strategies you issued are very good and I personally support them 100% if you really mean it without foreign covers.

    I hope you have access to my message.

    God bless.

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    • 3 June 2008 03:56, by Moses Kur Akech

      I justly appreciate your standpoint James James. I extremely feel motivated when hearing folks talking about democracy as the sole tool that will help us achieved a sense of humanity in the country. All citizens will remain equal under law if we all go out there and educate millions of Sudanese who have no knowledge about democratic values; respect for someone’s life, belongings, dignity and so forth. This democratic transition requires the top government officials peopele like governor Kuol to diligently work hard to improve the entire living standard in the S.Sudan by utilising public funds in a wise and uncorrupted manner.

      The best way to achieving this goal is to have a defined rule of law in place and educate people on how that law works if you irresponsibly breached it.

      I think Kuol has to decisively think on how to reinstate good legal system to regulate an uncceptable behaviour of the corrupted members and the illiterate folks who often kill themselves recklessly in his State.

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    • 6 June 2008 13:49, by Duot Atem de juach

      Hon Kuol Manyang Juuk, we are really having great hope on you for you do make decisions shortly. The kind of help you offered will return to you ten folds.
      It is good that people from Jonglei are disarmed with in no period of time wthout mercy.They think of what to let Sudan’s peace down.I like "peace! peace! peace!" And to my surprise. "Yuoths are jobless as you mentioned not only in Jonglei state but in sudan".
      On top of that, since youths are the restless folks here in Jonglei it is good to plot what they will do. And to me is when corruption is eliminated.
      Participants, I greet you all. Have a nice weekend

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  • 2 June 2008 08:29, by John Amule de Lokolong

    First of all i would like to send my thanks to Sudan Tribune decision of taking serious control of this web,in fact i quit to used this site due to the abuses and all other un want words against States,tribes,people,insult,raciest,hatred and many more.Because those kind of words which have been used on this web by some brothers would not make anyone to feel comfortable whenever anyone say to you.and i believe that people must concentrate on the article rather than jumping to different opinions which are far from the article,please if you have your own idea nor issue,it is good if you can post it as separate article/opinion.

    Hope you agree

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    • 2 June 2008 10:42, by chol Elijah

      Bravo Mr.Governor, indeed all the tribes of the state were very happy upon your appointment through popular consultation as the governor of one of the key states in the South that has a potential of financing the GOSS. your steadfastness during the liberation struggle has really made you loved by even those who hate your toughness.

      mnay were wondering if the governor’s success in mobilising civillians and recruiting them into SPLA would be realised in civil governance, indeed you have done your best to deserve acholades.
      for this state to succeed in development, they must consider finding jobs for the youths. the state is one of the few states in the South with the highest number of youth who have completed their secondary studies. the state government must do its best to attract these youth to work in the state as many of them including University graduates are working in other states and in Juba.

      the disarmament must be taken seriously and those who will not comply with the authorities must face the full force of the law. i hope there will be no sacred cows this time as has happened before. all communities must be given equal treatment so that some are not disarmed and others left out to the disadvantage of their counterparts.

      the Oil companies must be taken to task for their failure of social responsibilities, they must help the communities they are operating amidst, i believe when they were given the contracts they must have signed that they would be helping the communities. we are yet to see any, the pretext being that they have not started selling the crude which is yet to be drilled.

      carry on with your work mr. Governor without being compromised and surely Jonglei will rie above the challenges which are synonymous to fledgling governments like ours.

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    • 2 June 2008 15:17, by Deng

      John Amule,
      I am glad that you have such an observation. Yes, when making a comment, people should really be focusing on the article. If somebody wants to write his own opinion, let them send it in as a separate article. unfortunately, people tend to insert their feeling anywhere they feel like. The moderators of this site should be careful enough to stop all this habbit of insulting, abusing, hatred and so forth. It’s not doing any good to us. But there are couple of people on this site who stir up the whole issue. The had better be careful. When I read about these negative writings, it’s like it’s being stir up by the same people over and over again. Their writing always spark negative discussion. Why don’t we be careful with that? Why do we like initiating controversies? I really like those who are honest, but sometimes, somebody might be drawn into this stupid discussion. People who frequent this site and make comments are just less than 15. Why can’t less than 15 people understand themselves? We are planting more seeds of hatred people. Let’s all grow up.

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  • 2 June 2008 11:52, by Akau Malek

    This is what we required out of you Gen. Kuol. We need a peaceful and prosperous Jonglei state where every citizen deserves no less than peace and harmony. We had been good example of peace loving southern sudanese but we are just dragged into aggressiveness by our fellow brothers in the northern sudan (jalaba) and some confused southerners who actually don’t understand being southerner is not by chance but a gift from God . With your new strategies in place, please implement them as soon as possible and let the long awaited sustainable development kick off in our motherland. Employment and corruption should be dealt with because thier existence indicates poor leadership and lack of concern. Your acheivements are known during our struggle and iam very much confident that Jonglei will automatically capitalised on your good and straight forward leadership.
    Die Hard southerner

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  • 2 June 2008 15:04, by Kwanylualthoun

    Mr. Kuol Manyang

    When are you going to attend the international court of justice in The Hague, the Netherlands, given to the atrocities you committed during the struggle!! Will you really get a way with such crimes!!

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  • 2 June 2008 16:05, by Justin Chicago opiny

    Mr.Kuol Manyang You are doing great. A good leader must be creative , honest hardworking and democractically transparent making it easy for the nation to develop. Development comes through hard work of every abled person
    it does not just happen.

    You can have all the money in the world if you don,t put it to good use then nothing will show as far as development is concerned. keep up the good leadership by eliminating corruption,tribalism,nepotism and other ill faith that hinders development. Handle the the insecurity issue with care because our people lack understanding and people must be given a lot of education. Get the chiefs and educate them on security issues.Use the mass media as a tool to curb down on security just as they use the media for bringing awareness on HIV/AID. We have to stop the culture of violence it will take us nowhere.

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    • 3 June 2008 04:16, by Nyacholong

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      • Jonglei governor unveils state strategies; asks citizens to listen
      2 June 2008 15:04, by Kwanylualthoun

      Mr. Kwanylualthoun stated said:

      Mr. Kuol Manyang

      When are you going to attend the international court of justice in The Hague, the Netherlands, given to the atrocities you committed during the struggle!! Will you really get a way with such crimes!!

      Mr. Kwanylualthoun,

      I do repeatedly copy the MESSAGE from Sudan tribune’s Web-Master while font sized it so you may see it much better and definitely have to get use of it.

      Then afterward, I am not trying to defense Governor general Kuol Manyang Juuk since he might stand by negative claim against his prudent and excellency leadership. But my advisory to you is to stop hatred. Because we need to learn from one another using some thought of visionary information that seems helpful to us and to our next generations.

      I think that it should be time for us to encourage our leaders using honesty & integrity, future mentality leadership, respect, and excellent obstacle tools rather than using hatred ideologies that can fits benefiting none of southerners in general.

      Again, I have to advise you, and other intends behind and beyond those negative issues not to mess up with comrade Kuol Manyang Juuk for because I never seen him hurting anybody among southerners. He is a very peaceful and humble man in all my respective views.

      Please Mr Kwanylualthoun, with respect and faithful mentality, let’s stop using nightmares, and bad dreams that are even helpless to our entire nation (Southern Sudan).

      Back to Mr. Philip thon Aleu,

      Thanks for the article, because I like to see some everyday intellectual events.

      And to comrade general Kuol Manyang Juuk, (God must have to help you stopping evil’s bloodshed)

      Keep it up. You’re working on a very hard job that everyday dwell development events (EDDE) in Southern Sudan always begin from Upper Nile States. Then the other states learn and follow up using Jonglei (EDDE) as well as an example to them when ever positive dreamt you might dreams come true.

      May Almighty God stop evil loitering among Jonglei’s citizens. Faithfully, I don’t care whether from Murle, Dinkas, and other citizens unmentioned around Jonglei State. Provide that they joints their hands in hands as well as families with the same imaginaries originate from only one nation God created equally although with different name given accordingly by dividend ancient world.

      May God reveal dream of true justice, right government as well as Governor Kuol Manyang Juuk does since then and now on his momentum liberation leadership (MLL).

      May God also store loves of one another as brothers/sisters, and strongly stand peaceful in the Jonglei state’s citizens and upon to the whole States in Southern Sudan.

      Posted by Nyacholong (Kechdit Achuoth)

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  • 3 June 2008 06:00, by Kur

    A great man is doing a great job. God will guide and help you to make Jonglei a great place of peace ,development, free of corrupt practices, and become a model of good governance in South Sudan.

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  • 3 June 2008 06:10, by James James

    Dear Ngacholong(Akecdit)

    Your comment is really very touchy and penetrative to everyone’s heart. You put your comment in very peaceful, honest, fair and democratic format. I hope your prayers are recieve by God and prove it as you requested.

    No body want to see violent among his state, country or people,except only those evil hearted individuals. All of us need peace. But they are people who love to see peace in his house and love to see fire in other houses. However, things normally are not the way each of us are expecting.

    You know I don’t want to insult or criticize anybody, but yet I am still very flexible person that if these kids in this website want to joke, I will be very ready to lead them at the joking rally, and if all of us want to use the better part of our brain by extracting helpful truth, I will be also ready to contribute positively to my country and state. I can not allow any body to insult my country, state or leader and I have to keep quiet watching him/her tearing. Similarly, if somebody is trying to insult me, my community or leaders of course I can not wait to reply in the tone writer uses.

    Please Mr. Akechdit. let work togather for real peace and let avoid insulting each other so that we don’t have to go dirty against each other. Try to advice these young kids, use your dialect(Dinka language) for them to understand thoroughly. I want to see Dinka Bor, Murle,Nuer and Anyuak trading and visiting each other’s counties or villages freely again.

    Have very good week Akecdit.

    God bless.

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    • 3 June 2008 14:32, by BIAR PETER AYUEN AGUEK

      To James James!!

      I don’t believe wether you have agreed with Governor Kuol since you have disagreed yesterday. However, you misquoted me in the previou article concerning disarmament in our state; that iam preaching tribalism among the people. Moreover it was for the welfare of the entire state, not a particular tribe that will gain a prestige ’that is Kuol decision of state disarmament. Herefore, i would like to tell you no one is against peace and stability except warmongers. Infact you put it clear that may be some other people want to realize peace and love in their homes while others bear fire in their homes. So please, am advising you that, let’s beautify the web and preach peace, harmony, and stability among the people of greater Jonglei as well as the entire Sudan particularly the life deprived people of South Sudan.

      Hope James, you will appreciate this.

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  • 3 June 2008 11:15, by Andrew Malual

    To deceive Government is very risky. No crime”, No security, No sickness, No cure. The government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) is not a fool to given state money for construction monthly.
    However, they Commissioners and Directors of the states are first people in corruption because the knew whom are those workers, which place were been constructed since 2006 they were receiving money up to now, if you ask no single commissioner could specified it to you because they are getting percentage from employees.
    Mr. Kuol Manygang; we known you are open guy since you started self liberty in Jonglei state. Nice to spread it to everyone, because we citizens we like transparent person like you to tell us truth. If the money is paid to numerous workers for doing nothing,” No good foster for us again if people are still doing the same like before we were handless. Being free from corruption from all ten states of Southern Sudan is to avoid nepotism.
    Moreover; I read message coming from lakes state that H.E. Mr. Agok Manyiel Commissioner of Yirol West County, he measured for himself a plot of 100mx100m which is out of law land allotment and to everybody first class 50mx40, second 40mx30m etc. the above stated nobody will question him because he said that, he has special contact with president, and even if anything goes wrong, he is ever on the safe side. If you do something wrong and threaten people with your power that you are on mean that no need to keep such a people on ruling time because is supporting corruption, disappointing the community not to think and against the government according to his statement.

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  • 3 June 2008 16:27, by Manyieldit

    The Governor should do a reshuffling especially in the ministry of Health Jonglei state. The so-called Minister, DG and directors are just as figure but not for the progress of the ministry. They do not know what they suppose to do as the head of the office, only to sign for monthly payment and pocketed them then they proceed to burnt themselves with what is call Marritha (wine/alcohol)
    The health status and infrastructures are very poor in the state. people are dying with the preventable health problems, e.g. under five old children are now dying of childhood preventable diseases (measles, whooping cough, TB, Tetanus and diphtheria) while pregnant mothers are dying of malaria in pregnancy which can be simply prevented by giving of malaria prophylaxes and advice on sleeping under the mosquito net, which is the work of the MoH. these and more issue could have been solve if there was a well set up ministry of Health with the competent staff, not just the one whom were been appointed byname which was known long time ago with out assessing what he still know at this current situation which is full of new technology. many young professionals whom I know very well went to Bor for the work so that they make the Joglei a better place for living, all were now back to Equatoria looking for green pasture, as they were disappointed in the state by so-called director Generals (DGs). If the Governor want the state to be the good place for its citizen then let him look first into the issue of the Health then Education.

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  • 3 June 2008 23:43, by SANTO DENG YAK

    H.E Kuol Manyang Juuk, thanks for help which you wanted to offer to your people in Jonglei State. people of this area they like to kills themselves. one do slaughter his brother like a goat and looting of somebody property

    what our people known is only looting, physical fighting and and killing among themselves, while they don’t see what will happen and what is happaning in new Sudan. our people need to be told that, war was intiated in this place and it is a place which was affected since 1955 when first war broke out in Torit August 18 just four months before independent in 1956. so we don’t want more death.

    I don’t i understand why people behave so agressive to their brothers and sisters while we have common enemy mr. killers of the nation (Arab of Sudan)

    my dear leader care on with your duties and almighty God God will assist you and that is why we proud of you because your know what is affecting your civilian. some part of this State donot know what is called peace they do heard and hear but they don’t know the really meaning. not civilian alone but also interelectual.interelectual they don’t preaches peace message to the common people and they are the right people to do that.our people need to be told about what is called peace and what is called Government.

    thanks may God add your power

    SANTO DENG YAK

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    • 4 June 2008 00:58, by Nyacholong

      • Jonglei governor unveils state strategies; asks citizens to listen
      3 June 2008 06:10, by James James

      Mr. James James addressed said:
      Dear Ngacholong(Akecdit)

      Your comment is really very touchy and penetrative to everyone’s heart. You put your comment in very peaceful, honest, fair and democratic format. I hope your prayers are received by God and prove it as you requested.

      No body want to see violent among his state, country or people, except only those evil hearted individuals. All of us need peace. But they are people who love to see peace in his house and love to see fire in other houses. However, things normally are not the way each of us are expecting.

      You know I don’t want to insult or criticize anybody, but yet I am still very flexible person that if these kids in this website want to joke, I will be very ready to lead them at the joking rally, and if all of us want to use the better part of our brain by extracting helpful truth, I will be also ready to contribute positively to my country and state. I can not allow any body to insult my country, state or leader and I have to keep quiet watching him/her tearing. Similarly, if somebody is trying to insult me, my community or leaders of course I can not wait to reply in the tone writer uses.

      Please Mr. Akechdit. Let work together for real peace and let avoid insulting each other so that we don’t have to go dirty against each other. Try to advice these young kids, use your dialect (Dinka language) for them to understand thoroughly. I want to see Dinka Bor, Murle,Nuer and Anyuak trading and visiting each other’s counties or villages freely again.

      Have very good week Akecdit.
      God bless.

      Hello Mr. James James,
      The same thing reciprocal to you.

      Thanks for your an essentional gratitude approach. Of course it is in my opportunity to appreciate so seemed informative addresses.

      Wishes you the wonderful time all day, and night your great advancing dreams driving you through.

      And thanks to all in all for your kindly, and understanding.

      Peace be with you and all in all.

      Posted by Nyacholong (Kechdit Achuoth).

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      • 4 June 2008 22:03, by Kuonkech

        Let me tell you one thing you those who do write in this web, it is good to tell what is the best to the people on the ground than yourselves.

        my advise to the Governor of Jonglei state is, Never be driven by wrong adviers. According to the message i got, it is unwise to state disarment where it started first before. it should begins from the new place this time. Those who were first disarmed by then lost alot of lives and their properties simply because their defending machines were taken out. And their enemies where not disarmed. this time begin from the last. In democracy there is no botherhood. Peoples should be treated equally.
        We all well come this decision.

        By madit wuor kany.

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