By Beny Gideon Mabor
South Sudan fought for decades against Khartoum regimes since August 18, 1955 for many reasons. Chief amongst causes of liberation struggle was to have federal system of governance in place so that the black African people in the South exercises their own political leadership and access to fundamental services at grassroots level. This objective was acknowledged in the then Addis Ababa Peace Agreement of 1972 signed between Southern Sudan Liberation (...)
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