Dear Aguot Wany, it is good to give such advice, but just a reminder question, are we not a democratic country? If we are, therefore, South Sudan’s citizens have the right to criticize their President by expressing their concerns in regard to any decision he makes. His decisions will indeed have an impact on RSS citizens. There are issues that we can blame and critize the President for.
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