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John Garang University to investigate closure of Student Union

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By Mamer A. Deng

June 7, 2012 (BOR) – The University Senate of the Dr. John Garang Memorial University of Science and Technology in Bor formed a five-member committee on Wednesday to investigate the circumstances that prompted the dean of students to halt a Student Union election and dissolved the body.

The committee, headed by deputy vice chancellor Prof. Melha Rout Biel, will report it findings to Vice Chancellor Prof. Agrey Ayuen on Friday when the final solution to the stand—off between the students and the dean of students will be decided, sources that attended the senate meeting on Wednesday told Sudan Tribune.

The student’s interim leader, Gai Chol Paul, who was invited to the senate meeting said he remained optimistic that an amicable solution is possible and called for calm among the students.

“I am sure we shall resolve this problem because … without the system of students ruling, I think it will be very hard to handle the students’ issues,” Chol said.

Dean of students, Majok Kelei stopped a Student Union election taking place on Tuesday, saying that some electoral rules were inconsistent with the Act of University. The method of registration for eligible of students to vote in the election was wrong, according to Kelei, who said he would prefer that the Student Union’s election commission to use the list from the office of registrar.

The decision to close the Student Union caused outrage on campus as some students claim that their democratic learning and rights were being hijacked.

“In university, you are taught good leadership that is being democratic,” a student preferring anonymity said on Wednesday.

“If we can not show that at this level, then where are we going to show it?” the student queried.

John Garang University is attempting to avoid the tensions between students like those witnessed in recently months at the University of Juba that led to violence between tribal groups and the brief closure of the university.

Averting the protests is high on the priorities of the university, an administrative source said.

(ST)

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  • 9 June 2012 07:54, by SEE ME

    Main problem is:

    Most of SOUTHERN SUDANESE there are very fluent in using OBSCENE, bad, IMPOLITE, irrespectable, street women language and even behavior of bad boys.

    That is chronic disease which the universities and training centers in SOUTH SUDAN are facing.

    I HOPE THAT THE UNCHANGEABLE leaders of RSS WILL CHANGE and act like HUMAN BEINGS.

  • 9 June 2012 08:08, by Panthouandbeyond

    SEE ME

    First, your great "Luti Omer Albashir" can not repeat himself again and again.

    Secondly, I can not see you because you are hiding. So, how can I see you. To be honest with you, your message is boring, boring, abnd boring like your hiding face.

    Panthou

    • 9 June 2012 08:14, by SEE ME

      Most of SOUTHERN SUDANESE here in this website are very fluent in using bad, impolite, irrespectable, street women language and even behavior of bad boys.

      Is this what the universities and training centers in SOUTH SUDAN are developing the peoples there with it?

      I HOPE THIS REPETITION WILL MAKE THE UNCHANGEABLE WILL CHANGE and act like HUMAN BEINGS.

    • 9 June 2012 08:18, by SEE ME

      Panthouandbeyond
      You are the trainer of:

      Most of SOUTHERN SUDANESE here in this website are very fluent in using bad, impolite, irrespectable, street women language and even behavior of bad boys.

      Is this what the universities and training centers in SOUTH SUDAN are developing the peoples there with it?

      I HOPE THIS REPETITION WILL MAKE THE UNCHANGEABLE WILL CHANGE and act like HUMAN BEINGS.

    • 9 June 2012 08:24, by SEE ME

      Panthouandbeyond

      Iam ready to meet you any where in the borders of south DARFUR with SS.

      Don’t use the language of women and throw bad words . Just go for kill of be killed.

  • 9 June 2012 08:15, by SEE ME

    Most of SOUTHERN SUDANESE here in this website are very fluent in using bad, impolite, irrespectable, street women language and even behavior of bad boys.

    Is this what the universities and training centers in SOUTH SUDAN are developing the peoples there with it?

    I HOPE THIS REPETITION WILL MAKE THE UNCHANGEABLE WILL CHANGE and act like HUMAN BEINGS.

    • 10 June 2012 10:03, by Northern Sudanese

      SEE ME my brother, please stop repeating this message because it is hopeless, they are insects and dont have brains, how could you talk to an insect?

  • 9 June 2012 08:42, by SEE ME

    Panthouandbeyond

    Iam waiting for your reply where you want to meet me as person to person or tribe to tribe.

    I prefer man to man in our jungles and away from northern sudanese.

    In 1962 I used to be with my cattle at BAHR ALARAB but no southern man said to me you said.

    Are you true southerner? You not from DINKA whom I know are worriors.

    • 9 June 2012 09:38, by pabaak

      This person called SeeMe might be out of mind, just ignore him he also too deformed to reform like his uncle genocidal most wanted criminal the Bashir. I don’t see any logic in his writing repeating the same words again and again

      • 9 June 2012 09:56, by SEE ME

        pabaak

        Iam narrating FACTs and repeating wisdoms to those who choosed the INHUMANE and OBSCENE language and discarded all about the Holy BIBLE.

        Even the white USA christians are upset with your OBSCENE lannuage when I told them that SOUTHERN SUDANESE called themselves the true CHRISTIANS.

        I resend all your OBSCENE lang. to many as cc:

  • 9 June 2012 20:17, by Cadaai ?o?

    In my view, the other 10 Counties should abandon this University of Dr. John Garang. It is becomes a discrimination University toward these tribes of Jonglei State: Twic Dinka, Duk Dinka, Lou Dinka, Padang Dinka, Murle Dinka, Jie Dinka, Anyuak Dinka, it is true.

    • 9 June 2012 22:14, by Tribe

      LMAO!!!! discrimination has become a new vocabulary to Mr/Ms X here coupled with the whole state becoming Dinka state. What a fascinating world.

    • 10 June 2012 14:49, by Jimmy A. Makur

      Dear brothers/sisters,

      Mr Cadaai?o? is just an alcoholic person who don’t know how to organised his ideas before posting them to the public site.

      He seemed to be confuse between really politics and tribal one.You always make us bored (South Sudanese) with your cowardic comments which are not even related.

      Just go back to Bortown Mr. Dinka TwicEast/West and put in your claims.This is wrong forum

  • 10 June 2012 00:18, by Cadaai ?o?

    Mr. Tribe, all those tribes in Jonglei State are about to be became as "Dinka Bor."

    • 10 June 2012 11:07, by Loko El Pollo

      CHADAAI,YOU NEED TO GO FIGHT FOR TWIC EAST IDENTITY AND SEE IF IT WILL WORK OUT FOR YOU.JOHN GARANG IS FROM YOUR COMMUNITY, WHAT CLAIMS DO BOR HAVE TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANYBODY?.WHAT WILL YOU GAIN FROM YOUR DELUSSION AND OVER THE TOP HISTORY OF TWICISM IDEALS.

  • 10 June 2012 16:48, by Xeno

    Cadaai,

    I don’t know about the other tribes you intend to make up, but there is nothing calls DINKA "TWIC"....!!! Wasting time talking about it, is not wise!!!

  • 10 June 2012 17:59, by Cadaai ?o?

    This is message to those who has respond to my message, please I have many clues about I am talking about it, otherwise. I don’t want go deeper than that. But Dinka Bor people need to stop "marginalization of other tribes project." People are now aware of it, and there would be no place to hide that project longer.

    • 11 June 2012 22:22, by Tribe

      @ Caadai,
      Yin ce daai en ngong.if people like you should have been the one representing this community in the get-go, then this community should have not exist in the first place. You are a disgrace LMAO. You are using this respectful community name in vain.Like others said,you need to find different forum other than this if you have something internally burning that need venting.



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