[عتمني] 06-17-2015 07:48 AM
as you said it is facts, here to tell you one jock...in port Sudan city one candidate promised his people (Hedendwa)if they give him their votes and succeed he will build along bridge in the world crossing red sea to the Saudi Arab country from city port Sudan to Jeddah. Hedandwa believed and the candidate succeed, He left to Khartoum and disappeared, hedandawa waiting and finally decided to travel to Khartoum, when they reached Khartoum they found him living in nice villa with bodyguard, they call for him he opened the window, they asked his where is the bridge he answered America it self can't build that bridge how can I build it
[Kori Ackongue] 06-16-2015 11:45 PM
As Africans, we are quite far from the governments of democracy, respect of their people values of struggle for freedom, liberty, human rights, justice, respecdt of their people and institutions opinions, but we think as we are guided by the entrusted powers of our leaders that leadership is far beyond peoples interests, not save gurading their same values which had created these leaders initially.
The president Robert Mugabe of the Republic of Zimbabwe had visited Sudan to attend the enthronement of the king of thefts, king of rapping facilities, the king of human trafficking, the king of lies whose election results on rigging basis were globally denied and the king of the new scaling of genocide in Sudan. What did the former president of AU did there? What did he receive from the king of money and resources laundry ever from Sudan? The guarantees which Mugabe gave to AL Basher are the elements which had tied the hands and the mind of the president of the symbol of freedom and struggle against Apartheid in South Africa Jacob Zooma, forgetting that what Al Basher is doing here in Sudan and has done in the Republic of the Central Africa is more than what the Apartheid regime had done there, compared to what civilization acceleration is seen today. That is the nature of the African leaders, who are fighting the white men as they think it through their people souls, confronting them and helping their colleagues in such crimes against humanity to go ahead, without simple and single sympathy to their countries principles of judgement and as said the people's constitution as well. That is Africa in fact and that is why to kill on ethnic basis and on racial basis, 800,000, 200,000, 300,000 or 1,500,000 people it does not matter but supporting the sovereignty according to their own understanding is the issue of the highest importance unfortunately. I don't know till when the governments in Africa can be from people, of people and entirely set a symbolic standards of the rule of law and human rights respect. During the struggles times, they cry and work hard to get the support of the peoples as grass roots of success, but as soon as they jump over the wall of ruling then the fence is so tiddly ordered under the grim of restrictions, closed ears, atrocity nature of barbaric control and legalizing the killing of the voters and the sacrificed bodies whom on their bones and shoulders they could be enabled to be there in that quite luxurious places and palaces. In the same time if needed and pushed to create sort of havoc and justification for mass killings then they plot against the same people and creat differences and go ahead to call for eradicating the tails of the colonizers and the attempting to over throw their entrusted to care for their people not for for the governments’ personnel. That is exactly our leaders examples in this Third World Continent (Africa), but mostly this Africa is still gloomy in its ruling feature, and on pre-text of being on the climax of everything bad, as leaders I think towards their most poor and backward societies within the globe nations at all. After all, for the sake of such kinds of the clear deserted and suspected honesty and obligatory adherence to which background they were from that relations of people, from people and to people, in good faith and dignified status of rulers on their steadfast credibility not controversial acts, which enormously disposed the principles of independence and democracy they bowed and have had oaths’ celebrations for. We greatly missed you Nelson Mandela, who for same freedom justice principles never visited Sudan; one day the largest country in Africa, one of the earliest countries across the continents to get that poor independence at all in 1956.