Spewing his nonsenses as usual. In S Sudan even during the war times, journalists were respected let alone when we are now a free nation. Journalists are voice of the voiceless. You may mind to post a link as to when a journalist was killed during the war times. Yes there are some instances where some journalists were intimidated after seccession, that is because there are no clear....
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