South Sudan (File Image)
South Sudan (File Image/npr)

 

That's why I said it every time, to be poor in South Sudan is a choice not a lack of resources nor a curse from God.

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By, Cde Meen Gabriel Chol Kuac 

Our country is Rich with a lot of wealth and many other diversified resources we didn't even focus on as Citizens and the country at large. 

Agriculture is a life, Sesame is expensive in the international market more than Crude oil we are focusing now, gum Arab is second to sesame. 

What a beautiful country, yeah Junubadik. The country is full of pumpkin, Lulu, fish, Cassava, maize, bees honey, loam soil, clay soil, wildlife and so forth.

Next year I will be a Millionaire from my small farm I cultivated in Rumbek, thank you Comrade Rin Tueny Mabor for implementing the Mission and Vision of SPLM in Lakes state. 

Eating what you cultivate is important dear comrade Salva Kiir Mayardit and my Comrade Baba Kuol Manyangdit, when two of you eat our Natural food in South Sudan here you'll never grow old quickly than this chemicalized food from foreign countries with a lot of antibiotics and many elements that blocks veins. 

Country is Rich, full of Milk, skin, Cattle, fresh water and Groundnuts. We are blessed to have fertile soil of no objection with any seeds. Sunflowers are booming with nice oil.

In Addition, if you cultivate one grain this year and you get one thousand grains after Harvest, which Business in the World can generate such Profits per one grain? Nothing will prevent us from becoming Excellent Rich and enjoying a prosperous life of good health without more diseases but the life of enjoying old age with great happiness. 

Food is life, let us accept the facts that the majority of us in South Sudan are the true definition of Consumers, Excellent consumers of the higher level of performance in eating what we don't know who cultivated it without producing anything in the Country. So shameful for us.

To Conclude, Dear comrade Salva Kiir Mayardit, help us we the Youth who have habit of waging the War against the Poverty and hunger in the Country, give us Tractors only and we will look for our own Seeds, once More is a choice to be poor in South Sudan not the lack of resources. 

Within a few years to come, I believe our country South Sudan will donate food to any country in the world through our hard work as Youth and as Generation of Nation-building. 

SPLM Oyeeeeee 

Cde Salva Kiir Mayardit Oyeeeee 

Wage a war against Hunger Oyeeeeee 

 

By, Cde Meen Gabriel Chol Kuac 

The Senior SPLM Political Activist

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