The Future Leadership in South Sudan

By Dr. Henry Jembi,

These orphaned children received food from WFP after a humanitarian mission arrived in the town of Pibor in South Sudan's Jonglei state on 3 January 2012. (Photo: WFP/Rehan Zahid)

These orphaned children received food from WFP after a humanitarian mission arrived in the town of Pibor in South Sudan’s Jonglei state on 3 January 2012. (Photo: WFP/Rehan Zahid)

August 10, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — One day, one week and one month, peace is going to prevail again in South Sudan, it may take days, weeks, months and years, but for sure is going to win through. Then our people who undergone had hardship for no reason, torment for no reason and tribulation for no reason too are going experience rest, calamity, stability and peace, and that will the time where they are going to reopen their minds and hearts to restructure their social, cultural and economic lives based on duties and rights of the citizen.

Initially they need to focus on development, i.e. positive development whereby human being is the subject matter rather than material things. We need to change our perceptions toward ourselves and others likewise, we need to assume and think bigger rather than smaller, think outside the box rather than inside the box because inward policies fetches negative atmospheres and vice verse. Youth have to take the lead in preparing themselves well for the future leadership in South Sudan the newest nation in the world.

You’re young today, but you will not remain young forever, you’re the leader of today and tomorrow at the same time so get started see and look around you, think deeply and contemplate then daringly take the best action and the best choice that you can honor yourself, your parents, your community and your country at large.

South Sudan a country without popular sovereignty and national sovereignty and will remain so unless its flocks return to their minds and hearts. The War has caused immense grief to its people and has darkened the ecstasy of life the majority of the innocent people of south Sudan. Who is to be blamed for that? For sure the so called leaders and politicians and especially those who have got the power, the money, the place, and the position. But failed to maintain peace and stability due to their pros and cons.

No popular sovereignty is a negative side of government system which intimidating its own people by practicing injustice, oppression and killing. No national sovereignty is also a negative side of the government system that diverted the genesis vision, mission and objectives of the movement, liberation and struggle into parochial level based on tribal wicked intellectual ambitions instead. As a result, a country without popular sovereignty and national sovereignty will always and often harvest pain, suffering, tribulation, hardship and death.

The author can be reached at jembijembi@hotmail.com for further comments

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