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June 21, 2010 (JUBA) – The President of the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS), General Salva Kiir Mayardit, has issued a presidential decree removing the caretaker ministers and reappointing them in the new government with additional some new faces.

On Monday Kiir issued the decree restructuring some ministries, upgrading some independent commissions and appointing 30 out of 32 ministers. Two ministers are yet to be nominated by the National Congress Party (NCP).

Among the new faces in the cabinet included the Secretary General of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), Pagan Amum Okiech and his deputy for Southern Sector, Dr. Anne Itto Leanardo.

Pagan Amum is appointed minister of the upgraded Peace Commission, now full ministry, with CPA Implementation added, to make it the ministry of Peace and CPA Implementation, which is also being handled at the ruling party’s highest level. Dr. Itto is given the ministry of Cooperatives and Rural Development.

The ministers who have not made it back to the expanded cabinet include the former caretaker minister of Health, Dr. Joseph Minytuil Wiejang, former minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Dr. Martin Elia Lomoro, former minister of Housing and Physical Planning, Martin Okerrok and former minister of Animal Resources and Fisheries, Dr. Festo Kumba.

New GoSS Cabinet

1. Mr. Kosti Manibe Ngai - Minister of Cabinet Affairs

2. Mr. Pagan Amum - Minister of Peace and CPA Implementation

3. Nhial Deng Nhial- Minister of SPLA and Veteran Affairs

4. Deng Alor Kuol- Minister of Regional Cooperation

5. Dr. Cirino Hiteng Ofuho - Minister in the office of the President

6. John Luk Jok - Minister of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development

7. Gier Chuang Aloung - Minister of Internal Affairs

8. Michael Makuei Lueth - Minister of Parliamentary Affairs

9. David Deng Athorbei - Minister of Finance and Economic Planning

10. General Oyai Deng Ajak - Minister of Investment

11. Mrs. Awut Deng Acuil - Minister of Labour and Public Service

12. Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin - Minister of Information

13. Dr. Luke Tombekana Monoja - Minister of Health

14. Dr. Samson Lukare Kwaje - Minister of Agriculture and Forestry

15. Mr. Anthony Lino Makana - Minister of Roads and Transport

16. Dr. Michael Milli Hussein - Minister of Education

17. Mr. Stephen Dhieu - Minister of Commerce and Industry

18. Minister of Environment (NCP to nominate their person)

19. Mrs. Jema Nunu Kumba - Minister of Housing and Physical Planning

20. Mr. Madut Biar Yel - Minister of Communication and Postal Services

21. Mr. Garang Diing Akuong - Minister of Energy and Mining

22. Mrs. Agnes Kwaje Lasuba - Minister of Gender, Child and Social Welfare

23. Dr. Anne Itto Leonardo - Minister of Cooperatives and Rural Development

24. Mr. James Kok Ruea - Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disasters Management

25. Mr. Paul Mayom Akec - Minister of Irrigation and Water Resources

26. Mr. Joseph Ukel - Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology

27. Minister of Welfare and Tourism (NCP to nominate their person)

28. Mrs. Nyalok Tiong Gatluak - Minister of Animal Resources and Fisheries

29. Ms. Mary Jervas Yak - Minister of Human Resources Development

30. Mr. Makuac Teny Yok - Minister of Youth, Sports and Recreation

31. Mr. Gabriel Changson Chang - Minister of Culture and Heritage

32. Dr. Priscilla Nyanyang - Minister without Portfolio

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  • 22 June 2010 06:08, by Wiyual

    Congratulations to South Sudan’s new cabinet!

    Please you need to work collectively in this crucial time in order to tackle those pending CPA implementations issues.

    This list looks very inclusive even-though Doors(Nyamnyam) seemed to have out numbered others.

    All in all, good luck in your new positions!

    Wiyual

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    • 22 June 2010 08:38, by Kur William

      congratulation to all they new elected ministers we are very please and we wish you the best and work collective to bring up the dream and the future of Southern Sudan without different amoung your selves we are tired of tribalism in government of South since the formation of SPLM cabinets in Juba after five years ago. thanks

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    • 22 June 2010 08:43, by Abraham Agoth

      Dear President,

      Congretulations for your new cabinets and I hope you will be working cooperatively with them to overcome this critical time of referundum.
      My message is this:-
      It is clear that you have kept most of your former government officials in the current government but it is advisable that you prioritize the followings in your current government:-

      ACCOUNTABILITY
      (any body can be held responsible when misusing the public resources or practising corruption in order to teach lessons to others who will come after him/her.)
      EQUALIY
      ( There would be equal opportunities for the southern Sudan citizens in the recruitment sector & treatment of labourers)
      JUSTICE
      (Just practice & application of law, services and social needs equally)
      FREEDOM
      (There could be a freedom of expression,opinions and judgement)
      ANTI-CORRUPTION EMPOWERMENT
      (There could a strong anti-corruption unit to track and supervise the activities being carried out by various units)

      Thanks for implementing the above suggestions,

      God bless your new government!

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    • 22 June 2010 10:55, by Simon Puok Nyang Tutjiek

      I give my special thank to Salva Kiir for the appointment to the new ministers.

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    • 22 June 2010 16:44, by Ajuong

      Thank you Mr. President for good work done but you need to tell them not to overlook those who sent them to your end. Most of these Ministers took all the accountability of public funds into their own hands and in fact this was among the reasons of failures of some in their respective constituencies.

      Expected proirities

      1st. Separation from our selfish brothers who do not know the equality of all mankind before the creator (God).

      2nd. Accuontability-make each minister accountable for his management over public funds and strengthen that sleeping dog called anti-corruption.
      3rd. Education- without education nothing call development and so you must strengthen the system of education.

      4th. AGRICULTURE-to provide food security to our long suffering people.

      5th. Rule of law rather than the assummed rules.

      6th. Infrastructure-construct good roads that link all the States.

      7th. Health-maintenance of health will come in as soon as all things above are achieved.

      Hope these things are in the minds of always absentminded former and now become again ministers except Mr. Deng Athorbei (clean and promising he is!!!!!!).

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    • 22 June 2010 16:48, by Ajuong

      Thank you Mr. President for good work done but you need to tell them not to overlook those who sent them to your end. Most of these Ministers took all the accountability of public funds into their own hands and in fact this was among the reasons of failures of some in their respective constituencies.

      Expected proirities

      1st. Separation from our selfish brothers who do not know the equality of all mankind before the creator (God).

      2nd. Accuontability-make each minister accountable for his management over public funds and strengthen that sleeping dog called anti-corruption.

      3rd. Education- without education nothing call development and so you must strengthen the system of education.

      4th. AGRICULTURE-to provide food security to our long suffering people.

      5th. Rule of law rather than the assummed rules.

      6th. Infrastructure-construct good roads that link all the States.

      7th. Health-maintenance of health will come in as soon as all things above are achieved.

      Hope these things are in the minds of always absentminded former and now become again ministers except Mr. Deng Athorbei (clean and promising he is!!!!!!).

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  • 22 June 2010 06:11, by Thyinka

    Kiir’s cabinet is bloated. It seems this over-sized cabinet was more about political patronage and accommodation than rendering services to the people of Southern Sudan. The political elites sat down and created ministries for themselves so that they can have ministerial benefits, salaries and empty titles. Let hope that they will deliver the referendum at least or declare unilateral independence with the help of the South Sudan parliament if needed.

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    • 22 June 2010 06:20, by murlescrewed

      AMEN to that Brother!

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    • 22 June 2010 06:25, by Garang Ayiik

      Congretulation Mr President for your good nomination of new cabinets, to me I can see all the cabinet ministers are representing the region/state of southern Sudan which is showing us the fair work of your leadership and coming new Southern Sudan through your leadership and SPLM/SPLA.
      Thank you very much
      Thon Ayiik

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    • 22 June 2010 10:29, by Wad Burri

      Before the upcoming seperation or independence, we have to think serously of renaming our country. Perhaps you may recall Nimiri gave us the Name of the Democratic Republic of Sudan. With 77 ministers in GONU, 32 in GOSS, 7 for each state not to mention the INDEFINTE army of advisor, I believe time has come to introduce a new name for Sudan i.e. THE MINISTRIAL REPUBLIC OF THE SUDAN. After the referendum we will have to add in brackets south or north. A GOVERNMENT OF THE MINISTERS, FOR THE MINISTERS AND BY THE MINISTERS.

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  • 22 June 2010 06:19, by murlescrewed

    Patriots,

    This is bloated cabinet that is going to be inefficient and totally unable to deal with issues affecting South. I can only say that appointing Deng Alor, Gier Chuang, Deng Athorbei and Anthony Lino Makana is the only thing that kiir did right. Other than that, all these people are recycled old faces that have failed in the past.

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  • 22 June 2010 06:20, by babadit

    Bravo salva Kirr

    you finally made it but remember that your cabinet does not represent all the region as far as your Election was concern.
    The next time you cheat us like that , your chances for coming back as a leader will be slim.
    the second thing is:
    you brought those same corrupt ministers in the old reigme again to lout our public funds.

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    • 22 June 2010 06:34, by Dr. Mulazim JUMA SULEMAN

      32 cabinet, what all this about? looted southern Sudan.

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    • 22 June 2010 06:46, by James Mangula

      What a mockry!
      Almost all the faces in the so called new cabinet are all former deadly corrupt officials who instead, of delivering the badly neede services have repeatedly abused their minsterial powers through lavishing themselves on public resources. I wholeheartily agree with poeple who see this as a cementing the obvious incompetency of Kiir leadership. If not then, where on earth do you have to recycle incompetents and corrupt individuals in the name of new governance? What I’m aware of is that people have purposefully chosen to keep silent so as to let referrendum be conducted in a peaceful environment, otherwise Kiir leadership has milked everybody in Southern mercilessly

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    • 22 June 2010 08:03, by Dinka Boy

      Where is Gatwech and Thieling? I guess they have not smashed their face till death. They are always against the SPLM but this party is beyond their capacity.
      Good job Salva Kiir.

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  • 22 June 2010 06:32, by KingJared

    The cabinet doesn’t look good to me. Kiir created some positions to put his friends who failed to secure their seats during election. Why did Kiir bring back those who had failed in their home to secure the cabinet. Kiir should know that charity begins at home but not in the parliament. Kiir talks about corruption but he is a scum of corruption in south Sudan. I heard during election that everyone should be selected in its home town to go to the parlimennt but some people pass through the shutters into the parliament. This is Daniel Arop style. Moi promised people but he could not follow what he said in the front of people. I was not thinking that Sudanese would steal Kenyans habit of cheating people.

    "It is an ill arse and a health body in southern Sudan."

    Cheers readers, enjoy your days
    Kingjared, John Any-anya

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    • 22 June 2010 06:41, by BUSTA 2

      Dear Madam NUNU Ex-WES Governor,

      That is where you deserved to be at moment otherwise wish you all the best!!!!!

      Brother in Christ,

      Busta 2

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  • 22 June 2010 06:39, by Awumtiai

    Let’s all wish them the best of luck!! What else would one say? We got to have our government that represents us, and there it is. If Nyamnyam has outnumbered other tribes and they work well down the track, that all we want. Is that not right?

    But I fail to understand who will assume the secretary position?

    I suggest General Athor Deng Dut would have been given a position to silent him.

    By Awumtiaidit.

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    • 22 June 2010 07:18, by Wiyual

      Mr./Miss. Awumtiai,

      President Kiir is an officially elected President of South Sudan. Whether you like him or not, it is not going to overturn people’s choice of election.
      The only thing we can do is to rally behind him in this crucial time. There will be time when he makes bad decisions and time when he makes good ones. But, he is our President. We are the ones who will adjust him to becomes Good decision makers. Please, let’s learn to appreciate those who are scarifying their times and lives for sake of South Sudan Nation. GoSS is for all Southerners, unless you are not from black people of Sudan.

      Good Luck!

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  • 22 June 2010 06:43, by kulea

    this good for you Mr Danka Government no duobt it showed that Dankas were formed their own Government as Mr Salva kiir had been mentioned early that is why all ministries of Salva kiir’s cabinet the majority were Dankas
    I would like to known how long Salva kiir will learn the leadership, why every year Salva kiir act like Danka sultan and at the same time he calling himself the President of Southern Sudan for what, I don’t see any reason, that Name it aways disappointed my feeling when I heard he he President of Southern Sudan Sham on Kiir
    you might reach me at kulea22@hotmail.com

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    • 22 June 2010 06:57, by Wiyual

      Finally, Justice John Luk Jok has made to his position he deserves to held since the formation of GOSS. Congratulations to Justice John Luk Jok!

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    • 22 June 2010 08:36, by Sala Gai

      New GoSS Cabinet

      Mr. kulea

      Please reread again those cabinet in order to get more inform rather telling bias and idiots fully critics of supporting tribalism to the public,

      Are those Cabinet Dinka?

      1. Mr. Kosti Manibe Ngai - Minister of Cabinet Affairs
      2. Mr. Pagan Amum - Minister of Peace and CPA Implementation
      3. Dr. Cirino Hiteng Ofuho - Minister in the office of the President
      4. General Oyai Deng Ajak - Minister of Investment
      5. Mrs. Awut Deng Acuil - Minister of Labour and Public Service
      6. Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin - Minister of Information
      7. Dr. Luke Tombekana Monoja - Minister of Health
      8. Dr. Samson Lukare Kwaje - Minister of Agriculture and Forestry
      9. Mr. Anthony Lino Makana - Minister of Roads and Transport
      10. Dr. Michael Milli Hussein - Minister of Education
      11. Minister of Environment (NCP to nominate their person)
      12. Mrs. Jema Nunu Kumba - Minister of Housing and Physical Planning
      13. Mrs. Agnes Kwaje Lasuba - Minister of Gender, Child and Social Welfare
      14. Dr. Anne Itto Leonardo - Minister of Cooperatives and Rural Development
      15. Mr. James Kok Ruea - Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disasters Management
      16. Mr. Joseph Ukel - Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology
      17. Minister of Welfare and Tourism (NCP to nominate their person)
      18. Mrs. Nyalok Tiong Gatluak - Minister of Animal Resources and Fisheries
      19. Ms. Mary Jervas Yak - Minister of Human Resources Development
      20. Mr. Makuac Teny Yok - Minister of Youth, Sports and Recreation
      21. Mr. Gabriel Changson Chang - Minister of Culture and Heritage
      22. Dr. Priscilla Nyanyang - Minister without Portfolio

      I think new Cabinet was form due their hard working in starting point of control and courage of their people to show their right of South Sudan then Arab customer.

      By Salah

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      • 2 February 2011 05:44, by yan mabaan

        no single mabaan person on this lists, very disappoint.

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  • 22 June 2010 07:12, by Majang

    useless goverment what a premetive type of selection?the right Leaders like Dr Barnaba marial are surpose to be put in to a place ilke Reginal co-oparation because of his Experience in bringing outside surport.what a tribleistic sellection
    anyway I don`t blame him He never when to school.Kiir has no Ideas on how to form goverment.Idiot.

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  • 22 June 2010 07:37, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

    Greedy of dinkas, 98% of the ministers are pure dinkas. Sick of tribalism in South Sudan. We always talk of ending corruption by forming a committee to fight corruption yet Kiir himself is the first culprit starting to break the law of anti corruption. It is good to stop this ignorance. If you start stealing in yours house the next morning it will be your son or daughter copying the same activities. For sake Kiir deserve to step down. Ignoring this weak leadership will destroy the nation of South Sudan.

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    • 22 June 2010 11:19, by kuur Deng

      To Lokori,Big-Logic and others,

      I think Salva Kiir is not the Dinka tribe but he is from the tribe.The issue of abusing tribe always is not the solution to your problem;

      you either go to the bush and form your government against Dinka tribe or you can just keep silence simply because we us southerners we knew our background.

      But the truth is,we are made wise not by recollection of our past but by the reponsibility for our future.Your idiocy shouldn’t drive you away from the fact.
      Just look at that list of the new cabinet; who is not represented?

      Please take this as a grief when Joseph Lango,signed the fake agreement with Khartoum and except a lady a bribe simply because personal interest whom do you think is right among those leaders in the past present.

      Just keep silent and watch like a dog or continue shouting until your death but with no solution to your problems.

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  • 22 June 2010 07:55, by Dinka Boy

    Good luck to those ministers who secure their positions in the Goss. Please work harder for the interest of South Sudanese. I really approciate the position of Mr Pagan Amum because he is the right person who know the CPA more than the others in SPLM. Dr John Garang de Mabior send Pagan Amum for training in the core SPLM leadership. Great job!

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    • 22 June 2010 08:30, by Abednego Majack Macharial

      Where is the South heading to dear patriots? 32 ministries? That is sort of creating ineffeciency services delivery so that old doughs will keep enjoy drinking John Walker and Captain Morgan at Juba Raha, Home and Away, Nile Comfort to name a few. They are going to loot people of Southern Sudan like nothing. What is the benefit of recycling the old corrupts and failed ministers? Kiir will heavily paid for all these mistakes in the near future.

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  • 22 June 2010 08:30, by Akot Deng

    it so sorry frustrating that Mr.president has not made any change in the new ministerial posts and so confusing that Mrs Nunnu Kumba has secured the post despited her people rejecting her, so Mr President should have learnt a lesson at the previous Government and make use of the elected people.

    anyway Good Lucky those appointed ministers.

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  • 22 June 2010 08:46, by Isaac

    25% Oyee !!!

    Hahaha Haha ha 32 X 25% = 8 GOSS...for the first time in Sudan.
    Are they all committed to their Husbands........responsibility begins at home...

    Isaac

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    • 22 June 2010 10:30, by Lokorai

      That is not too bad a cabinet, as representation took a center stage there. But I think Southerners shouldn’t bank on Kiir and his corrupt recycled team; we know they won’t change or deliver.

      My problem in all is this: what does the SPLM Convention laws says about the roles of its officials; is Mr. Pagan/Itto out now and if it is so, why send them away at once from where they have excelled?

      Secondly, I thought the President could have been generous enough to award Joy Kwaje a position even if she stays closer (geographically) to Samson Kwaje. That lady can work.

      Interesting though is that Dinka aren’t ashamed of themselves to have every key ministry firmly into their hands.

      Down with Dogs (Dinka)

      Lokorai

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  • 22 June 2010 10:24, by Padiet Deng Alony

    Thanks Mr.President, all are former ministers in GOSS except Mr. Stephen Dhieu the former UNS minister of finance which become minister of commerce and industry in your new cabinet, plus other whom i do not know.

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    • 22 June 2010 10:57, by wang

      Great job Salva Kiir Mayardit for using the SPLM/A as a feeding centres for your Dinka brothers. 99% of so-call new cabinet from one tribe, Is it how the government of South Sudan will work?

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    • 22 June 2010 11:26, by Toposa Boy Southerner

      Here we go again 100% Dinkas government
      This is southern Sudan government

      Useless tribe corrupt they care nothing but there stomach
      We will one day have in place the real government of southern Sudan
      That will take care of the nation

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    • 22 June 2010 11:37, by CHOLTHEGREAT

      I believe the old Ministers did learn a lesson during elections when they faced it rough just because they did not perform as expected of them. And the new faces also have some experiences and ideas on the past. This in combination should help the new GOSS to readjust its strategies over the last five years and do something pleasing to the people of Southern Sudan.

      And most importantly REFERENDUM is key-the NIF/ NCP has already calculated the results and they know what the results are. Thus,they are ready to do all they can, to be sure that even if the referendum takes place- it mustn’t result into separation though people vote for separation. In otherwords they are ready busy mobilizing people or Countries that against South Separation and/ or may resort to violence.

      For instance:

      Mark Riak Gai- statement on 22nd June 2010 in New Sudan daily website, and I quote,

      ’’National Congress Party Deputy Chairman for South Sudan Affairs, Dr. Riak Gai, said if the South was separated under duress or fraud, it would not be accepted by anyone, and any attempt to bring external support for the referendum process would of be no value and unnecessary as there was a commitment on the part of the State Leadership to accept the outcome of the referendum either way ’’.

      On the same notion, the Sudan Ambassador to Mauritania Mr. Khalafallah said today in Sudan New daily website and I quote,

      ’’that he sees that the secession issue is dangerous and fatal as far as the AU is concerned because the secession of the south means that an important principle of the AU and the African unity organization has been struck dead. The said principle is the one which stipulates that the current borders of member states must be preserved [ ’Affirms South Secession Will Jeopardize African U] ’’.

      These are just but among many other tactical political calculations NCP has done on Referendum so far. Therefore, Southerners should be ready it will be a tough and critical time.

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  • 22 June 2010 11:12, by Wiyual Wech Puk D. Payol.

    Congratulation to president Salva and his new cabinets.there is a mismatchment between the positions of some cabinets with their qualifications. for instance Gabrial changson with a culture,why not finance from which he obtained his M.A.again fairness is inadequate,based on the cabinet arrangement.you need to make all the position fair and free of tribal seen.Dinka are more in cabinet members with all the keys positions owned by them.I don’t know what formula you use for this arrangement.any way it is not a big thing,but you need to correct it soon.southern sudan will stand alone next year and you need to practice free and fair leadership before our being a capable nation in Africa.Dinka domination posts is worse and can affect the free and fair leadership expected from you.reduce that Dinka domination to some extends if not eradicate.

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  • 22 June 2010 11:22, by Michael

    Dear Concerned Southerners,

    I agreed with many of people and especially people that I never I greed with before like Thyinka, Mulazim, KingJared and so on.

    This is just accommodation of political elites in good name of a "minister" rather than a cabinet that can function for the welfare of the South Sudan.

    We do not have resources in South to accomodate this bloated cabinet. Some of this ministeries are same just a matter of break one ministery up for accomodation.

    All the SPLM who lost during the election are appointed her.

    Is Kiir elected a president so the government is his to do whatever he want to do with it not for the people of South Sudan?
    I ask this because it does not seems Kiir care about people’s comcerns than his own desires. It’s not coindent to appoint all the loosers of election by chance rather than a calculated cheating of the people.

    Goodluck Mr. President.
    Let this team loot the money in next five years, but remember the oil money is going to stop or will not be that much after the referendum unless you form a government that would create jobs.
    Thanks

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    • 22 June 2010 15:31, by Santino Nuan

      Thanks Mr President and the entire Southerners for the new Cabinets. The bad news is that taking MR Stephen Dhieu (the appointed Minister of Commerce and Industry) in GOSS cabinets is a big lost to the Upper Nilists. Upper Nile State was corrupted before Dhieu but now it became the top good state among the ten Southern states in terms of financial stability because salary comes on time. The guy (Stephen) did a lot of reformation in the state minstry of Finace, and economic Planning by makning sure the corruption or embazzlement of public fund reduces to 0%.

      Right from now the Upper Nile State people should know that there is no soution than accepting being starved. Iam sure that salary will be paid to work forces after 6 months as previously done. No way out. Stephen Dhieu deserves important ministry like GOSS finance Ministry or rather leave him in Upper Nile State.

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  • 22 June 2010 15:38, by Padiet Deng Alony

    Thanks Mr.President, all are former ministers in GOSS except Mr. Stephen Dhieu the former UNS minister of finance which become minister of commerce and industry in your new cabinet and the only person have secure position at GOSS level from Norhern Upper Nile counties since signing of CPA 2005 and it was not fortunate but of his good deed seen by GOSS when He was minister of finance UNS. plus other whom i do not know. Anyway wishes all mimisters the best to birth of New Southern Sudan Nation.
    God Bless Southerners!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

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  • 22 June 2010 22:00, by Chol Mading

    Congratulations and best wishes to all newly appointed ministers!

    President Kiir is again at his best when it comes to recycling. Most of these people have held three different positions thus far and no improvement sign at all. It’s pretty much the same except some new ones. Many would wonder about Mr. Pagan portfolio? What would he accomplish in this short time and how about his attitude? Pagan has demonstrated controversial attitude during elections and back in the days as the minister in GONU. I think President Kiir has chosen to play with fire.

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    • 22 June 2010 22:38, by James

      Congratulations.All Southern Sudanese are well represented.However,corruption & delivery of basic services are still a big problem.Alluta contnua

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  • 20 June 2011 20:02, by Manzzy MeX

    Woow, it look like the only position that is really understanded by mr.president and his administration is the position so called "Minister".I’am wondering why mr. president did not appionted a minster of his home and house affiars also. The government of minsters look very much like there is no other possition to get huge salary but not getting the job done is minsterial possition. I guess the other two minsters yet to be nominated are going to be minster of "this" and minster of "that" no one will know their jobs function but Kiir will know, and they will end up making a ton of money. Good job mr.Kiir

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Unity State community in Kenya supports Khartoum peace agreement 2018-08-17 08:33:21 PRESS STATMENT 14th Aug, 2018 Re: We shall Rally behind Khartoum Peace Agreement The Unity State Community Association in Kenya was established in 2010 to organize and mobilize the people of (...)

The Suspension of Hurriyat Online Newspaper 2018-04-29 07:04:37 Sudan Democracy First Group 28 April 2018 The Sudanese civil and political circles and those concerned with Sudan were shocked by the news that the management of Hurriyat online newspaper has (...)


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