How Primitiveness and Lack of Education Continue to Haunt Salva Kiir in Public

South Sudan Independence Anniversary
South Sudan Independence Anniversary

May 3, 2016

By James Diing Bol Atem,

Juba, South Sudan

For the first time in the history of South Sudan, a man believed to be the president, Salva Kiir Mayardit, although he was never elected to lead the country but hijacked and assassinated the charismatic South Sudanese leader, who sacrificed his life for nearly half a century to equip himself with the right tools, good education, good friends and sophisticated brain to lead the South Sudanese people, Dr. John Garang de Mabior.

Dr. John will always be missed when this dummy imperialists’ tool – Salva Kiir Kuethpiny Mayardit, who was imposed on the South Sudanese people by the intelligence community due to his primitiveness and vulnerability to be easily milked and exploited by the poor landlocked Uganda in collaboration with the Western Powers – opens his dirty mouth to speak in public.  Kiir will be remembered in the history as a dummy plagiarizer,who copy paste word to word, a failure, corrupt, greedy, incompetence, dump and heartless dictator who betrayed his people at a time he was expected to unite and reconcile them for national building.

For the time in his failed 10 years tenure, Salva Kiir came out very technocratic and knowledgeable during a graduation ceremony that would never have been addressed by a man who dropped out of class 6. Such is an abuse of education to say the least. Many South Sudanese during the first Juba graduation ceremony watched Salva Kiir on the stage with their mouths wide opened, impressed and delighted with their president sounding like an Harvard Pyschology and Philosophy dual degree graduate.

The dummy president intertwined well selected terminologies that no one could ever thought would have been pronounced by the likes of killer Salva Kiir but must have been hard earned and practiced through a University Education which Salva Kiir himself was damn fortunate to have but never had the brain to learn.

Salva Kiir Mayardit who dropped out of school in elementary never learn a thing through interaction with many well educated comrades who have respected and valued him despite having nothing but struggling with cowboy hats which shows only his primitiveness that he tries to cover up in that empty skull.

Fortunately the defunct president, gave a wonderful speech to 3000 graduates of Juba University in that rare occasion which presented the dictator with an opportunity to wear a beautiful gown, not ashamed that its take many years of handwork to wear such a respected attire, and to address many bright South Sudanese students.

However, it didn’t take the bright South Sudanese intellectuals more than 24 hours to discover that the corrupt president just plagiarized the Rwandan President Mr. Paul Kagame, a man that he had copied many times without being questioned. Well said by the Juba Telegraph Newspapper, President Salva Kiir “100% plagirized” a speech that President Paul Kagame presented to students at the University of Rwanda-College of Arts and Social Sciences on April 12, 2015. Below are the excerpts of the two presidents:

Original Speech: President Paul Kagame , 12th April, 2015

The President was addressing university students and residents of Huye District during his visit to the area.

“An education that does not transform your life or the lives of others is a wasted education,” Kagame said.

“For education to transform lives, it needs to be accessible to all and not be the privilege of a few.”

“Ask yourself, what did we get out of our independence if we are still dependant on others…some of those who give us aid today were in the same situation we are in today 60 years ago but they drew lessons from their history and transformed their nations,” said the Head of State.

“Rwandans deserve better than living off the wealth of others,” Kagame added.

“We were created equal with equal capabilities. We are not missing anything to transform our nation.We cannot fail to restore our dignity.”

“Transformation is up to each and everyone of you. There is no shortcut,” the President added.

“For over 50 years the methods of development have been the same and there has been no change. These methods, mindset attitudes and perceptions must change. We have to focus our efforts toward our need and aspirations as a nation,” he said.

Plagiarized Speech: President Salva Kiir Mayardit, 29th April, 2015, TOJ.

In the speech, he encouraged graduates to use the knowledge they acquired to transform the country and the lives of its citizens. He said that, ”education that does not transform the life of an individual or the lives of others is a wasted education. For education to transform lives, it needs to be accessible to all and not the privilege of a few.”

He challenged students to evaluate why little progress has been made in the decades since country gained independence, adding, ”ask yourself, what did we get out of our independence if we are still dependent on donors? South Sudanese deserve better than living off the wealth of others.”

Kiir criticised the approach to development that has yielded no major results since the country achieved its independence. “For over 3 years the methods of development have been the same and there has been no change. These methods, mindset attitudes and perceptions must change. We have to focus our efforts toward our need and aspirations as a nation,” he said.

He added that education plays an essential role in transformation, attitude and perception change.

Academic Dishonesty and Apology.

Many South Sudanese intellectuals for the last three days have brought up the issue of academic dishonesty and the need of apology from our dummy president for tainting the image of the country and South Sudanese education but many of these intellectuals have failed to consider that Salva Kiir dropped out of grade 6 more than 50 years ago and never learned things like academic dishonesty. Given the time and the level of his academic standards, Salva Kiir cannot be blamed for a mistake he has never known.

Maybe the dictator just thought that plagiarizing a speech could impressed or strengthen the bilateral relationship between the two president, like “I did you something good my friend by repeating your speech”. Being completely dump Salva Kiir knows only Riek Machar and if he has to talk on these complicated issues he definitely need to steal someone’s speech. But now he knows and Kiir must apologize and admit the wrong. It was because of this reason that a newspaper was bribed in Juba to claim the mistake and apologize on behalf of this lunatic person. That was done but the history will never forgive him.

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