The problem of South Sudan could be inclined in its past which dates back to the Anyanya wars. The past huddle blacks in the Sudan faced had been racism and discrimination. Sharia law was imposed on South Sudanese that they were victims of illiteracy, labor, human trafficking and conversion to Islam with disregard to the African cultures.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
UNHCR in collaboration with OPM and Samaritan's purse have downsized the food ration given to refugees in Kiryandongo refugee settlement. 10 family heads share one sack of sorghum. 1 person receives 16 cups of sorghum, 2 cups of beans, 1 cup of oil and 2 cups of porridge only to receive the same quantity next month.
Posted by Sabbath at 6:35 AM
Friday, May 6, 2016
The smoke blankets the loft of the shed. But only when you are at the roadside facing the graveyard, you envisage the navel of the shed.
She covers her navel with damp attires. Dust is blown onto it by the winnowing wind of devils and the spirits of the ghosts caress these damp clothes.
You can have your choice of a material which you will find definitely a few strides to the closest market called Libya.
Posted by Sabbath at 4:16 AM
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Over years that constitute my age, I have lived as a refugee in a refugee camp. However it has been to my surprise that the host community takes this opportunity of having refugees in their country as a source of prestige. The graves that have occupied several acres of land in Kakuma refugee camp resulted from refugees that were shot by looters at night who were specifically from the host community. As a journalist who had worked in Kakuma, efforts to stop such practices ended in unnoticeable success.
Posted by Sabbath at 7:14 AM
Saturday, March 29, 2014
It is educative, entertaining and informing.
Use the title and my pen name.
(Mentored By a Rebel by Sabbath de Yecouba)
You will find it there am sure.
I wish you good luck in your search.
Posted by Sabbath at 10:32 AM