South Sudan is to auction off a field of tractors in order to buy food as both the economic crisis and famine collide in the countryside, Saakam has learnt.
In a surprise and unusual move, a few international environmental groups have bravely come out and actually praised the not-so-popular government of South Sudan on its recent formation of a new Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) primarily comprising of familiar and unpopular ministers who have been holding ministerial positions and have contributed to the bad image of the world’s newest nation.
The 28 states of South Sudan recently created by Presidential order appear to have hit an un-foreseen hurdle as many have run out of options (animals, plants and vegetables) to use as official symbols for their state.
The whole territory of South Sudan is scheduled to be taken on by UNESCO for preservation as a designated world heritage site – a ruling by the UN has concluded following irrefutable evidence that no known political or humanitarian approach can rescue the situation there.
Just moments after the President of South Sudan issued an order re-dividing the under 5year old world newest nation into 28 states, the French cheese-maker renowned for its brand ‘The Laughing Cow’ or ‘La Vache Qui Rit’ issued its own press release announcing its intentions to open shop in LOL state, one of the new states.
The 1000 tractors recently acquired by the Government South Sudan under suspicious and shady circumstances, appear to be heading straight to the ‘tractor graveyards’ of South Sudan after the National Ministry of Agriculture announced it does not have the necessary funds to start distribution of the tractors. Continue reading “1000 Tractors doomed to rot and decay due to lack of funds, will not be used this planting season”