Islam man tries bacon for the first time; loses faith in Allah

40-year-old Avukaya Baka Pasha claims he accidentally tasted bacon for the first time in his life. Avukaya says someone has to put it in his sandwich when he was in toilet at work. Actually he really enjoyed bacon. Decides he no longer trusts Allah as it’s delicious. “I dont trust Allah anymore. Bacon is love. Bacon is life” Avukaya baka Pasha 25/10/2019 Few bites of … Continue reading Islam man tries bacon for the first time; loses faith in Allah

Despite being 13% of the population, Nuer commit 52% of all violent crime

A new study released by the United Nations and the Census of Crimes and Justice in South Sudan shows that members of the Nuer tribe – while only 13% of South Sudans population – commit over half of all violent crimes. In a response to the new study, Nuer elder Riek Machar issued a statement blaming poverty and Dinka colonialism for these statistics, while also … Continue reading Despite being 13% of the population, Nuer commit 52% of all violent crime

Dinka man dies of Goat Flu after making love to a goat

In Juba, a local man is believed to have died of the new “Goat Flu” SB17 virus after engaging in homosexual relations with his goat. The local man, whose name officials have not yet released, is believed to have been a widower and cattle farmer from the Dinka tribe.  The first documented case of the SB17 “Goat Flu” virus was outside of Juba by the … Continue reading Dinka man dies of Goat Flu after making love to a goat

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Civil War could return to South Sudan

South Sudan’s restriction chief Riek Machar cautioned Sunday that the nation could come back to common war if an alliance government is framed by a Nov. 12 cutoff time and he requested one more months-long postponement for the vital advance in a delicate harmony bargain. Machar made an enthusiastic request to a meeting Joined Countries Security Committee designation that met with him and President Salva … Continue reading Civil War could return to South Sudan

Just about one million individuals influenced by floods in South Sudan

About one million individuals in South Sudan have been influenced by substantial flooding, as indicated by the United Nations. Extreme floods have crushed enormous territories of the nation since July, submerging whole networks and constrained several thousands from their homes, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said in an announcement on Friday. It included that an expected 908,000 individuals were influenced, … Continue reading Just about one million individuals influenced by floods in South Sudan