First of all, the ongoing psychological media embarked on the so-called People’s Coalition for Civil Action (PCCA) is disturbing. At this moment, South Sudan needs soul searching for lasting peace and stability; hence the country should not tolerate anything that will derail the little process of giving peace a chance.
Together, in popular consultative peaceful manners, South Sudan must become this slow government ever in the sphere of world politics to make an about-turn from chaos to peaceful ends.
President Kiir and his Vice President as principals in the peace agreement, and the country should respect their period. Those calling for their removal before the transitional period agreed as playing a dangerous game.
The R-ARCSS is a dangerous and powerful element in South Sudanese today’s politics that needs to be dealt with a lot of care.
South Sudanese leaders must also take proper precautions when tackling dangerous situations under the new peace elements in the country's politics.
South Sudanese citizens must be aware of the outside forces and must not be overconfident when outside forces come in.
And they should never underestimate the strength of those in power; sometimes, they can use the situation you call for to exploit it for their power longer stay government.
Therefore South Sudanese should work together with those in power as the agreed timeframe is almost elapsing, creating a fertile ground for the enemies to intervene.
There is a dire situation for the people of South Sudan, but with determination and hope, they will overcome.
South Sudanese, both in the Opposition and government, should therefore be mindful of their common enemies, especially those with imperialists and colonialists tendency that is not happy when South Sudan progress without them in the making.
Lastly, mass disobedience and political upheaval will not only solve the country's issues but also add more destruction and mayhem.
South Sudanese should be friends with their leaders and push them hard with reasonable ideas and impeccable approaches with their respective offices and party institutions.
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