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Gone is 2015-2016: What would year 2017 portends for the people of South Sudan

By Deng Kiir Akok, Juba, South Sudan

Although there're people with fat wallets or who can afford their daily meals, it has not been easy for most South Sudanese to have their meals as their few brothers and sisters do. The ailing economy has left many citizens to gamble with their lives. They're not longer sure of what one would eat tomorrow. They don't know what tomorrow will mean for them about their daily bread.

One may stay with nothing to eat for the day and night if you were not lucky enough during the day to get a meal from one's long or short time friend or someone who may concern. Those one who may find themselves in pain when they see their brothers and sisters starving to death.

 Someone somewhere in a developed country would wonder how do these helpless South Sudanese push their day, week, month or a year. Thank God that our citizens had dealt properly with 2015 and are also almost closed to bring down 2016.

Yes, I can say here, gone is gone. These two year…