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Your Excellency President Salva Kiir Mayardit,

I am writing to you today on behalf of the suffering citizens of South Sudan. As the head of state, you are beloved by the people, and they have placed their trust in you. However, the current situation in our country is dire, and we must address the pressing issues at hand.

First and foremost, I want to acknowledge your courageous leadership during the liberation war in the Sudan. Your efforts in fighting for the freedom of our nation are commendable and have been a great achievement for South Sudan. Additionally, your appointment as the Chairman of the East Africa Region demonstrates the trust and respect you command on a regional level.

Also, the Sudan peace deal that was signed under your leadership has brought hope and happiness to the country, and we appreciate your dedication to stabilizing every aspect of our nation.

However, it is with a heavy heart that I must bring to your attention the plight of our citizens who are currently facing immense hardship. The country is in a state of turmoil, with severe hunger, high inflation, and a lack of resources leading to the loss of lives. The suffering of our people cannot be ignored, and their voices must be heard.

Mr. President, I believe that the current situation is a result of a lack of accurate information reaching your office. The advisors surrounding you may not be providing you with a clear picture of the real struggles faced by our citizens. I humbly request that you evaluate the effectiveness of your advisors and, if necessary, remove those who fail to provide you with accurate information. It is essential to reset the system and start afresh, as the country has placed its trust in you for all these years.

Everyone in the country aspires to experience peace and stability, but when, remains a question.

Additionally, we need to encourage our nationals to invest in the country and take control of our economy, which currently seems to be in the hands of foreigners. Failure to address these issues promptly may have severe consequences, and it is our responsibility to prevent further deterioration.

I urge you, Mr. President, to address the nation and share our concerns on a global platform. The suffering of our people has reached a critical point, and it is crucial that you personally engage with the citizens who are desperately crying out for help. Their grievances must be heard, and their faith in the country and its leadership must be restored.

May God bless South Sudan, and may we find the strength and wisdom to overcome these challenges together.


Kiden Stela Mandela



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