South Sudan: the Case for Independence & Learning from Mistakes

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Xlibris Corporation, 2010 M09 10 - 213 pages
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This work started some few years ago, motivated by internet discussions involving a group of South Sudanese in the Diaspora. A question was floated by the author: "Why must South Sudan become an independent state?" a number of forum discussants contributed with answers to this key question. The contributions were substantial and provided the mould of this book. I therefore want to salute the efforts of my compatriots Dr. Charles Bakhiet Saki, Mr. Rogato Ohide and others who added some bits of answers to that key question. Their individual intellectual contributions to the initial manuscript are invaluable. If this Book scored some mileage, these compatriots are part of the acclaim.
 

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Thank you Laila for shedding light from an intimate standpoint with South Sudan. Regards, Julius

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This book is the best in understanding the circumstances that led to the independence of South Sudan

Contents

Acknowledgement
9
Preface
11
One
15
Two
26
Three
35
Four
42
Five
50
Six
58
Nine
80
Ten
92
Eleven
118
Twelve
122
Thirteen
132
Fourteen
144
Fifteen
171
Special Addendum
202

Seven
66
Eight
74

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The author, Mr. Lailà B. Lokosang, was born in 1961 at Lalyo in Lainya County, South Sudan. He attended schools in Lainya, Maridi, Juba and Ed-Dueim in Sudan from 1969 to 1981. He has a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degrees having attended University education in Sudan, the United Kingdom and South Africa. He is currently studying for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in South Africa. Mr. Lokosang served in various professional capacities as civil servant in his native country and as an expatriate and consultant in Malawi (United Nations and various international organisations). His current preoccupations include writing and contributing opinion newspaper articles and scientific journal articles and consultancies with several organisations and projects.

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