Thursday November 22, 2016 The Uganda National Council of Higher Education (NCHE) has revoked Busoga University’s licence over the manner in which more than 1,000 South Sudanese were admitted and went on to graduate in a space of two months. The NCHE has made the announcement after finalizing investigations into this matter after Lual Akol… Continue reading The Quest for a Higher Education: Busoga University’s Fake Degrees.
Phow Community in Kenya: Meeting
Time: 11:50AM Venue: Greenspan Church, Dohnolm. When: Wednesday, 21st December Agenda: 1. Passing the constitution 2. AOB Who attends: All the Phow community members. There are also special guests invited who are citizens of the land. Please, keep time. Thanks. Merry Christmas and a happy 2017. Office of the Secretary General.
South Sudan Under the UN Rule: Is the Sovereignty Under Threat?
In diplomatic vocabularies, UN trusteeship does not just happen out of blue. In 1945, under Chapter XII of the Charter, the United Nations established the International Trusteeship System for the supervision of Trust Territories placed under it by individual agreements with the States administering them. These trust territories included but not limited to Togoland, Somaliland,… Continue reading South Sudan Under the UN Rule: Is the Sovereignty Under Threat?
DHOL SAMUEL AYUEN: UACE SOUTH SUDANESE BEST SCIENCE STUDENT COUNTRYWIDE
This is outstanding
Dhol Samuel Ayuen [to the right] and Gatwal Augustines celebrating UACE results in Brilliant High School after coming from New Vision, National Newspapers’ Head quarters.(Photo: Gatwal/Nyamilepedia) Feb 28, 2015 (Nyamilepedia)—Uganda National Examination Board, UNEB has on Friday 27/02/2015 released Advance Level results. Dhol Samuel Ayuen, a South Sudanese National and a student of Brilliant High School-Kawempe is among the best students who excelled the exams country wide.
He majored Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Subsidiary Mathematics, and General Paper, PCB/SM/GP, one of the most hard combination in science class in the Level.
He has scored 19 out of 20 points, making him to be among the best students in science class in the country and also the best South Sudanese science student.
Dhol is also the best science student in the entire school. He has scored “A” in Biology, “A” in Chemistry and narrowly missed “A” in Physics by 0.1. He…
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IGAD BURIED SOMALIA, NOW IT IS READY TO MURDER THE BABY NATION
Albert Einstein: You cannot solve the problem by using the same consciousness that created it, you must learn to see the world anew. Born in 1986 with an initial target on environmental degradation, the IGAD member States then revitalized it in 1996. The major target now was to resolve conflicts within the geography of the… Continue reading IGAD BURIED SOMALIA, NOW IT IS READY TO MURDER THE BABY NATION
The Greater Fangak’s Peaceful Co-existence and its Bordering Community
By Bol Tut,
A boat arrives at old Fangak, 2010(Photo: file)
Nov 6, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Greater Fangak is a home to Padang Dinka of Pigi County and three sub-ethnic groups [clans] of Nuer tribe, namely; the Thiang Nuer, GawaarNuer and Lak Nuer. With Padang Dinka in the North-east, Lak Nuer in the North-west, Thiang Nuer in the Centre-western part and Gawaar Nuer in the Southern part of the Greater. Contextually, Greater Fangak derived from British old Districts system introduced before, the Coordination Council for Southern States [CCSS/GoSS] could divide it into the contemporary three different counties based on decentralization policy.
Hence, the Pigi, Ayod and Fangak Counties were all once under One County called “Fangak County” which now becomes different constituencies but these constituencies still have spirit of togetherness as one people. These four sub-ethnic groups named above have been living side-by-side ever since…
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History of South Sudan (A CHAPTER OF A BOOK TO BE PUBLISHED SOON)
Oct 25, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — To fully understand the nature of the current civil war, one needs to revisit the history of the region now known as the South Sudan. The history of the country is largely intertwined within four key sociocultural phenomena: Tribal alliances and rivalries, language/dialectic differences, various religions and their belief systems,… Continue reading History of South Sudan (A CHAPTER OF A BOOK TO BE PUBLISHED SOON)
JOHN LUK SAYS, IT WAS A MISTAKE EMPOWERING SALVA KIIR EXCESSIVELY.
October 12, 2014 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s former justice minister, John Luk Jok, says he regrets his role in drafting the current Transitional Constitution, which he says gives the president excessive powers. JPEG - 93.7 kb South Sudan’s former justice minister John Luk Jok (ST/File) Jok, served as the legal affairs and constitutional development… Continue reading JOHN LUK SAYS, IT WAS A MISTAKE EMPOWERING SALVA KIIR EXCESSIVELY.
David Brooks Responds to Readers: The Structures of Growth
David Brooks, Op-Ed columnist, answered a few questions posed by commenters about his latest column, The Structures of Growth. Q. Citixen: “Kids increasingly flock to logarithmic sports, like soccer, over exponential sports, like baseball.” What?? These are just judgment calls, David. Just because soccer seems superficially to be about kicking a ball around a field… Continue reading David Brooks Responds to Readers: The Structures of Growth
The construction of future conflict in South Sudan: A rich analysis by Elhag Paul
Photo: Reuters/Goran Tomasevic By Elhag Paul October 11, 2014 (SSNA) -- It is over 9 months since President Salva Kiir unleashed his dogs of war the ‘Dootku Beny’ on the Nuer and the people of South Sudan killing tens of thousands and destabilising the country. President Kiir, Michael Makuie, General Wani Igga, Dr Martin Elia, Ateny… Continue reading The construction of future conflict in South Sudan: A rich analysis by Elhag Paul