I believe in South Sudan and all that makes it so. Do you know why? Let me explain it to you and maybe you will nod and say yes, she is right.
After violence broke out because of disputed presidential election results in Kenya in 2007, the world community descended on Kenya and made Kenyans to sign a peace agreement, with the hope that it will help to bring lasting peace in the country. This has not happened. It just brought a lull in the fighting.
The other day I sat down for tea with a friend and she asked a powerful question, “Do you think the two year old in the camp understands why he has no clothes or does not get enough food or enough water? Do you think he understands the political situation in the country?”
South Sudan has just celebrated its 3rd independence anniversary, at a time when the country is at war against itself. Various parts of the country are experiencing instability, while the talk of federalism is also raging.