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Tuesday, 26 September 2017
 

Editorial: 'Isa Adam Abakar; the True Model

Sudan's governors of states nationwide are no longer restricting themselves narrowly in areas of guaranteeing security

and provision of basic services to their respective citizens. Rather, they are noticed as tackling new horizons progressively by initiating tourism carnivals with the intention of alluring others for investment purposes. 
Needless to say, the success story of 'Isa Adam Abakar of South Kordofan state constitutes the model that should be copied widely. He succeeds  vehemently in transforming the state from a war stricken place  previously into another whose top concern is the creation of cultural and emotional connectedness harmoniously among the people there wholly. Even the rebel groups there are not the exclusion from this process. They used to come to the Kadugli stadium frequently and secretly to just reiterate with others collectively songs such as, 'my mother; may Allah protect you from all sorts of evils. That, hopefully, you are not to endure any kind of pain, no matter the slightest it is' 
Indeed, the unique model of Abakar makes South Kordofan state as the most immune to lots of plots such as the ones that relate to politics brokers, adherents of separatism and the masterminds of the new Sudan.
In conclusion, we can say this; that Sudan's governors of states nationwide are no longer restricting themselves narrowly in areas of guaranteeing security and provision of basic services to their respective citizens merely, but rather are noticed as tackling new horizons successfully.   Tourism carnivals with the intention of attracting others for investment purposes, is the good illustration of this.  That the experiment of 'Isa Adam Abakar of South Kordofan state particularly worth stressing here specifically.  The manifestation of such an orientation is enjoyment collectively. That such a conducive atmosphere  encourages even the rebels as coming frequently and secretly to the stadium of Kadugli to mingle with the people there by singing together with them songs such as this one, 'my mother;  may Allah protect you from all kinds  of evils. That, hopefully, you are not to endure any sort of pain, no matter the slightest it is'.
May Allah open all our doors widely. Amen.

 
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