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UN Existence in Africa and particularly in south Sudan By: Mayar Mayar Kout
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Aug 23, 2010 - 12:06:49 PM

March 17, 2010

UN Existence in Africa and particularly in south Sudan


By: Mayar Mayar Kout

The existence of United Nation Organizations and other Humanitarian agencies in the Africa continent, and particularly, southern Sudan has been historically too long because of continent its internal conflict. Many internal civil wars, country and its own citizens, all catastrophes attributes resulted into a severe salvation in Africans countries. That situation have created a realty whereby, African people, depend heavily on (food reliefs from UN); meanwhile opportunist’s jobs, seekers from all over the world,  uses our continent  as a  place for employment.

In fact, there some realty, that Africans leaders and ordinary citizens, would have to

Acknowledge. There those who think that dependency on United Nation Organization is better solution for continent and its nations.

But what they don’t know is the fact all groups whom working in (United Nation); they are deployed in Africa, with their own agenda. For instance, most of those are founders of organization whom tended to cover up their goals and objectives under umbrella of providing humanitarian aids to Africans from   permanent starvation the people in this   continent.

Over all, what I am arguing here, is not throwing a blame all issues on UN, or whatever, went wrong is a United Nation faulty. But I always preserve a fair balance when I am making any argument with my opponent, there are solid weakness in our leaders in African   that, allow what so called “ advance nation”; always taking advantages because  of the following reasons:

1)   Lacking of strong leader: what does a strong leader do to his/her nation? A leader is a someone who have ability leader and inspired people. A person with vision of loving his country’s nation identity”; these Presidents would be a great examples,  “President Jimmal Abdulla Nasir, Cde. Nilson Mandella of south Africa and Mahatma, Gandhi of India”.

2)   No National governments:  All of our national governments, assembled in Africa and  their leaders, aren’t concern about a (Nationalism or Patriotism).  But what happening in a lot countries our leaders mostly leaning toward their tribes or clans. Instead of being a leader for the nation’s development and  economy’s prosperity. However, our leaders, seem to be a  robbery”; of the nation’s public money  and leaving whole nation, a hostage in hands of United Nation and its humanitarian agencies.

3)   No strong civil societies: the issue of having a “civil society” or community’s buildings, it’s  important  for nation’s stability and social relations. But, once again, our leaders,  are the causes of tribe’s conflicts in many Africa countries. Because they believe in a division of  community  on basis of ethnicity as a platform for ruling.

 My closing argument, and  supporting evidence  that I have gathered, all  totally convincing me, that  “United Nation Organization and other humanitarian agencies”; their  existence in the Africa continent and particularly south Sudan, is not helpful but they are here,  formulating our lives on poverty. Making sure, the wars continuous in African between ourselves. That’s would force  wealthiest peoples, Faith groups to  continuous funding UN activities of aids in the Africa.

And also, our lacking of national leaders, in many countries in Africa, has contributed badly because all leaders, are not creative and they usually put their tribes as importance aspect of their governing agenda instead, of nation’s  development, economy and prosperity.

A writer of this opinion, is Computer Analyst: He reside in Juba, southern Sudan

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