Eastern AfricaSouth Sudan/June 12, 2019/Agency Reporter /No Comment/104 views /South Sudan What is happening to my brother Kerbino Wol is a Tonj issue, not the governmentshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelTruth be told, What is happening to my Brother Kerbino Wol is a Tonj issue; it has nothing to do with President Kiir or the whole government. By Anyar Agok Wol, Juba, South Sudan Wednesday, June 12, 2019 (PW) —- Our community has failed us, cowards. For almost 13 months, my family has gone through untold sufferings from emotional and physical torture, harassment, and intimidation from the National Security Service without simple Sympathy from our community, Konggor In Toni. Last night we stayed up until morning, thinking that our brother was going well to be released but sadly, the government again dashed away the little hope we had after the judges in Juba sentenced my Kerbino Wol Agok, Peter Biar Ajak and others for years in prison because some people are scared to let them go free. Peter Biar with his wife My brother did nothing wrong and it was proven true when the NSS decided to charged them all nonsense to do with the prison protest in October last year. There was nothing mentioned about why he was detained for 6 months in the first place. Why target an innocent man? ALSO READ Tanzania: Women Bring Light to Remote Villages On Islands of ZanzibarIs because we don’t have strong people in the government? Or because our community leaders have sold their stomachs to the highest bidder? Or because he was doing better in business and people got jealous? My Father, Kerbino himself and I joined the army because we believe in this country, we sworn to defend and die for this nation and we did our duty. Where did our family go wrong in Tonj? Kerbino try to help people from all parts of South Sudan through his business when he didn’t have to. The court broke our heart today as a family. Some of my family members came all the way from the village to witness the release of their son village only to be slapped with a hash verdict. Where is Justice in South Sudan? ALSO READ South Sudan: UN Chief Sees 'Modest Progress' in South Sudan Despite Ongoing ViolenceWhen other people killed innocent civilians along Nimule road, they’re beg and given ranks and positions in the government. But when it is someone who hasn’t done anything wrong, he sentenced to prison. Who did Kerbino killed? I know and everyone in our community know that he innocent but the cowards are scared to even whisper. We all Konw that it is only your community that help you in situation like this in South Sudan. It is sad that only people from other communities are bold enough to speak up and help. Anyar Agok Wol, the author and brother to Kerbino Wol Truth be told, What is happening to Kerbino is a Tonj issue, it has nothing to do with President Kiir or the whole government. A few people within community are responsible for Kerbino’s situation because he crushed their egos. ALSO READ House team to grill CSs over land rowI know God is watching even if our own community is letting us down, we shall overcome and rise again. Every Dog has his day. God bless those praying for my brother. The opinion expressed here is solely the view of the writer. The veracity of any claim made is the responsibility of the author, not PaanLuel Wël Media (PW) website. If you want to submit an opinion article, commentary or news analysis, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. PaanLuel Wël Media (PW) website do reserve the right to edit or reject material before publication. Please include your full name, a short biography, email address, city and the country you are writing from. Share this: Like this: Like Loading… Related Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:South Sudan share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleMonarch escapes from kidnappersnext articlePROFILE: Omo-Agege, alleged mace snatcher who emerged deputy Senate president Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.