REPOST from Eye Radio – October 29 2019 Author: Ayuen Panchol The South Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has described as unwise the recent UK travel advisory. On 18 October, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office advised against all travel to South Sudan, citing growing insecurity. “Levels of inter-communal violence remain high across the country, and there are sporadic reports of fighting between armed groups in certain areas,” it wrote. “It is possible that such violence will increase in the run-up to, and beyond, the 12 November deadline for the formation of a new Transitional Government of National Unity.” It encourages Britons in South Sudan to “leave if it’s safe to do so”. In response, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation rejects the assertions, saying world leaders wouldn’t be visiting the capital, Juba, if the country was unsafe. Recently, IGAD team and UN Security Council delegation visited the country where they held meetings with representatives of the peace parties. “This is clear evidence that Juba is now more secure and safe than any time before as well as other parts of South Sudan,” reads a press statement in parts. “The imprudent advice issued by the government of the United Kingdom at this time in which the security has tremendously improved, and investors and nationals of other countries of the world have come back to invest…..is based on politically motivated purposes and unsubstantiated facts on the ground.” […]
by Paul Minalem Bellason – October 19, 2019 This is the situation of Boma state-Pibor, floods is everywhere. It’s over and over the previous flood of 1992 it’s taking all the area of Pibor town.
by Barthobe Ngochalla – October 11, 2019 Suri women wearing plates in their lower lips that appears in the history of South Sudan 🇸🇸🇸🇸, Boma plateau 1934-1966©️ Durham Suri Oyeee!
by The Suri Kachipo B Community@Facebook – 8 August 2019 CHILDREN ARE THE VICTIMS OF UNDELIVERED SERVICES, SUCH AS SCHOOL, HEALTH AND EVEN CLEAN DRINKING WATER, THEREFORE WE NEEDS HELPS. The Suri children in South Sudan and Ethiopia are as same as the children in other remote area of Africa, they are as same as the children around the world…
by Santino Nyurli – 27 July 2019 Favour Africa ( Christian organization from USA ) have reached Suri-Kachipo tribe South Sudan.
by Bellason Barkuale – 15 July 2019 I am going to Miss a great day in my home land Mewun Sub-County, Boma State, South Sudan. The stick fight game will take place this week peacefully and injoyable because they were facing famine and drought for two years they know thanks God for his blessings. Our culture, Our pride!
by Paul Minalem Bellason, Boma SOUTH SUDAN – 14 July 2019 It’s time to grow our own food instead to bring in our neighboring countries.
9 July 2019 is the 8th anniversary of the Independence Day of South Sudan🇸🇸, we wish all of our Suri-Kachipo brothers and sisters, and all of our South Sudanese friends, Happy Independence Day!
The people from outside world usually called Suri and Mun (Mursi) people as “Surma”, they also called Mela (Me’en) people as “Bodi”. BUT SORRY, WE MUST TELL YOU THAT THIS IS INCORRECT! THIS IS NOT THE ORIGINAL NAME GIVEN TO US BY OUR ANCESTORS! PLEASE RESPECT OUR TRADITIONAL NAME! We are Suri (Suri in South Sudan also called as “Suri Kachipo“), Mun (Mursi) and Mela (Me’en) Surma, Bodi ≠ Our Name
by Bartamu Moralombow – 20 June 2019 I’m very excited for Suri Kachipo Community, for growing Coffee in Rumi and Mewun, South Sudan. All photos by Bartamu Moralombow, 2019 Will Suri Kachipo Coffee become a new force of East African Coffee? Everything is Possible…