South Sudan Independence Day Is For All of Us (South Sudanese)

By Nicky Tesco,

After less than three years of a historic Independence, South Sudan political reformers found themselves in political and military pursuit to restore vision, democracy and the rule of law in the world's youngest nation(Photo: file)

After less than three years of a historic Independence, South Sudan political reformers found themselves in political and military pursuit to restore vision, democracy and the rule of law in the world’s youngest nation(Photo: file)

June 29, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — South Sudan indepence day is for all the South Sudanese around the four corners of the world, We must celebrate the indepence day on 09th July, 2015.

Because no one is against the nation, we are against the so called dictatorship not our motherland. I want all of us (South Sudanese) to celebrate this beautiful day (09/07) even though the baby is sicks for almost 19 months we must celebrated it, we must be happy on that day like we have never lost thousands of our citizens.

I Nicky Tesco, I had join the freedom movement since 16. December, 2013 when forces of president Salva Kiir killed children under 2years, 3years, 5years even unborn babies/pregnants women, old women, old men.

Someone who doesn’t hears what Salva Kiir or Dr. Machar is talking about (deaf person) and someone who doesn’t sees the nation is developed or is not developed (blind person) In front of me.

I took my gun and I said no, you will not finished them, I must protect some of them. I was together with some soldiers who also said “no” to killers under commandof General Salva Kiir, we went to General Chuol Gakah and told him what had happened and he said “the same thing is happening here so what we had to do was to protect the others who were alives, nothing that a man can’t afford to protect.

From there I felt very stronger with his courage and started my duty, but indepence day is for all of
us because we all been waiting for it since 1956, leave alone promoting the 1983. South Sudanese have been in the bush fighting for freedom before 1983, including my father (Moses Bichiok Yiech), who joined the Rebel Movement in 1977.

May God bless you all the truth tellers, Nyamilepedia family and
members; one love to you all!!

By South Sudanese rapper (musician) Nicky Tesco a.k.a Young Commando
(Tesloach Bichiok Yiech) in Kampala, Uganda

You can reach the artist for comments at tesloachmosesb@gmail.com


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