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Bari Community in Khartoum Demands GOSS Removed from Juba

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It seems the disputes over the control over Juba, the capital city of Southern Sudan, has reached an all time high. Please read the following thread to read  a copy of recent press release on a demand by the Bari community resident in Kahrtoum: http://www.ssccia.org/Bari%20Community%20Press%20Release.pdf

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Written by torit1955

December 20, 2008 at 4:34 pm

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  1. We tired of talking about the land issue, what i know now is let other talk and others taking action like what they are doing.

    They have political wing and the millitray wing as well but we don’t have the millitary wing but we political wing which alway slow down everything.

    Yeah, that’s what GE is forword to remove that stupid tribal government of southern sudan.

    lawrence laki

    January 13, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    • Dear Lawrence, Thanks for your comments on the Bari Community demands. I would be glad to hear from you any suggestions on what needs to be done to by GOSS in response to Bari Community demands.

      Regards

      torit1955

      January 14, 2009 at 5:22 am

      • Iam not happy for the separation which is taking place among the people of Southern Sudan as one tribe but now be began to talks of separation and the issue of land should not divided us in Sudan as one body as the Bible said so in the book 1$2 corinthians.
        I wish South Sudan people will talks the positive things not negative things that will brings division.
        Let’s unity and facing this animal which is destroying our country of one people and help this GOSS to let us through not, pulling back.
        By one of the church leaders in South Sudan

        D W K

        August 14, 2009 at 12:48 pm

      • Thank for those who give out there views about land,land is not the issue is to come together as one voice as we did it in referendum.The things which can not be on table lets us not be divided by those evils poeple.We are South Sudanese and we will remain one no one can divided us any more.One voice one forword os our nation and world will respect us for ever.

        Daniel Teng

        February 11, 2011 at 6:43 pm

  2. IN RESPONSE TO LAWRENCE LAKI
    Dear Lawrence laki, I don’t have confidence in you being from Juba, I am undeniably Juba city dweller, I was born in Juba, grew up in Juba and gain knowledge of Juba within Juba.
    So, my dearest cousins (child of aunt or uncle), the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS), largely SPLA/SPLM which we all go well with as Juba natives is a well officially authorized government within Juba, for the people of Juba, Southern Sudan, Sudan and the World in most cases. So who ever stated that “Bari Community in Khartoum Demands GOSS Removed from Juba” following the article written by Lawrence laki can be Put into a certain place or abstract location in history, as long as, Augustino Tombe doesn’t belong or have an existence in Bari territory, it would simply be the ape political parties, chimpanzee lecturers and Honorable monkey that met up in Khartoum at Takamul. Prefer not to be against Government of Southern Sudan in Juba, in view of the fact that, Government of Southern Sudan in Juba has established the most advantageous economic system where prices, wages and trade are free-for-all and prices are determined by competition between businesses, which had not at all occurred before during JALABA. The Government of Southern Sudan in Juba has additionally condensed insignificant problems such as poverty, racism, and those who were not capable of being insured as well as those unemployed. Dear brothers, be aware of what made War happen between JALABA and the largely southern Sudanese, Darfur, Eastern Sudan and other parts of Northern Sudan. The fact is that, you immoral organizers are not from Bari Community, and I therefore regard you as those who had in the past introduced corruption and Islamic orientation within Southern Sudan.
    Please let’s not talk about political affairs in Khartoum but come to Juba to prove that you from Bari Gondokoro in the same way as I do, but not from LOKOYA, LOTUKO, DIDINGA, MURLEE, LANGO, ACHOLI or other tribal government.
    Remember that the Government of Southern Sudan in Juba, is for us all, whoever you are, wherever you live, whatever you worship, whichever qualification, whatever concern, whatever experience or whatsoever. I am from Bari bloodline in Juba, Born in Gondokoro Island, my parents and I fought during the War participating in SPLA/SPLM and now encouraging every person to teach, train, coach and educate the needy boys and girls to disintegrate the accusations of ape political parties from Khartoum led by rival group leaders such as Augustino Tombe from Lokoya.
    Written by Deng Thonpieth

    Deng Thonpieth

    August 23, 2009 at 4:39 am

  3. IN RESPONSE TO LAWRENCE LAKI
    Dear Lawrence laki, I don’t have confidence in you being from Juba, I am undeniably Juba city dweller, I was born in Juba, grew up in Juba and gain knowledge of Juba within Juba.
    So, my dearest cousins (child of aunt or uncle), the Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS), largely SPLA/SPLM which we all go well with as Juba natives is a well officially authorized government within Juba, for the people of Juba, Southern Sudan, Sudan and the World in most cases. So who ever stated that “Bari Community in Khartoum Demands GOSS Removed from Juba” following the article written by Lawrence laki can be Put into a certain place or abstract location in history, as long as, Augustino Tombe doesn’t belong or have an existence in Bari territory, it would simply be the ape political parties, chimpanzee lecturers and Honorable monkey that met up in Khartoum at Takamul. Prefer not to be against Government of Southern Sudan in Juba, in view of the fact that, Government of Southern Sudan in Juba has established the most advantageous economic system where prices, wages and trade are free-for-all and prices are determined by competition between businesses, which had not at all occurred before during JALABA. The Government of Southern Sudan in Juba has additionally condensed insignificant problems such as poverty, racism, and those who were not capable of being insured as well as those unemployed. Dear brothers, be aware of what made War happen between JALABA and the largely southern Sudanese, Darfur, Eastern Sudan and other parts of Northern Sudan. The fact is that, you immoral organizers are not from Bari Community, and I therefore regard you as those who had in the past introduced corruption and Islamic orientation within Southern Sudan.
    Please let’s not talk about political affairs in Khartoum but come to Juba to prove that you are from Bari Gondokoro in the same way as I do, but not from LOKOYA, LOTUKO, DIDINGA, MURLEE, LANGO, ACHOLI or other tribal government.
    Remember that the Government of Southern Sudan in Juba, is for us all, whoever you are, wherever you live, whatever you worship, whichever qualification, whatever concern, whatever experience or whatsoever. I am from Bari bloodline in Juba, Born in Gondokoro Island, my parents and I fought during the War participating in SPLA/SPLM and now encouraging every person to teach, train, coach and educate the needy boys and girls to disintegrate the accusations of ape political parties from Khartoum led by rival group leaders such as Augustino Tombe from Lokoya.
    Written by Deng Thonpieth

    Deng ThonPieth

    August 23, 2009 at 4:53 am

    • Dear Deng,

      Emotions and strong feelings aside, the Bari memo raise some critical issues that need addressing by all of us, GOSS and state government included. What would you wish to see your home town being done to bring about harmony among the residents of Juba so that the city becomes much more inclusive and accommodating and healthy for all of us?

      Thanks

      torit1955

      August 24, 2009 at 7:58 am

      • I expect that we as Southern Sudanese, may probably need to be looking for Building Conflict Resolution Infrastructure in the central Juba and other government states, for the reason that, Bari Populations and other unfocused tribes of Juba and beyond Juba could presumably not give out their judgment such that the government would get to the bottom of their troubles (Anon 2007). So, I would therefore demand to call upon those claiming to be native Bari communities to ease their concerns over Government of South Sudan subjects, disputes, land control, environmental issues and Third Party Agreements with Khartoum, which I could make a statement that South Sudan Government has right to look out on such financial accounts to minimize arguments.
        In the past, the earliest inhabitants of Juba widely and fully had known that these efforts and accusation have been unsuccessful and would only serve to further disintegrate their traditional infrastructures. I may probably put in a good word for some communities that participate in settings, drugs and alcohol to put down tensions in the public affairs (Anon 2007)
        But on behalf of Government prospective, Building Conflict Resolution Infrastructure in the central Juba and other government states would be the way out, to educate, train, teach and prepare young groups/generation to discuss and put an end to those concerns by presenting them with certificates, Diploma, advance diploma and other official documents on the subject of conflict, disagreement, cultural differences and ill feeling resolution programs in Southern Sudan, that is to say,

        o Well developed understanding of tribes cultural and heritage issues.
        o Well developed written and oral communication, conflict resolution and negotiation skills.
        o Demonstrated ability to work with community groups, including facilitating meetings and workshops.
        o Ability to deal with cross-cultural issues.
        o Demonstrated ability to manage projects and organized and prioritise work with conflicting deadlines and understanding of Natural, given that the:

         Younger generation of the diploma program may find employment with South Sudan Government, Bari Community, national government, private sector and non-governmental organizations.
         Younger generation can also use the program to prepare for and launch their own businesses as conflict resolution service providers.
         Younger generation will be prepared to become trainers and leaders in the fields of conflict resolution and restorative justice.
         Younger generation will find their knowledge and skills valued in many different contexts: law enforcement, corrections, probation/parole, court services, youth services, social service organizations, human rights advocacy, community development, justice services, and education.
        By Deng Thonpieth

        Deng ThonPieth

        August 24, 2009 at 1:55 pm

  4. Dear Deng, Thanks for insight on the need for peace building programs as a priority that GOSS and state governments should support, especially in Juba.

    I would like to hear views from other contributors we well.

    alesio clement

    August 25, 2009 at 7:12 am

  5. I pray that, ur ideas is for the goodness of our land, we strongly support u.

    Am swaka philip

    November 21, 2009 at 7:35 am

  6. Dear swaka philip i also support you to remove Goss from our mother land ….Juba Nabariiiiiiii………

    soka felix

    October 18, 2010 at 3:32 pm


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