Historical Reasons 




You will not find a spot anywhere over the River Nile in Koo | Greater Upper Nile where you would like to cross over the River Nile safely without endangered your possessions or risked your life. You will never find a spot where both sides of the West Bank and East bank of the River Nile are closely safe, even, level, and clean, has less current, less infested with hippos, and have no large semiaquatic reptiles. Thousands of people lost their lives and millions of animals and livestock too perished amid crossing the River Nile in these regions. This is the biggest crisis than the food shortages. Our vision now is to build the crossing bridges in the regions that will drastically save lives and significantly improved security and mitigates all other crises.

Every country must have someone who assumed the responsibility of the whole country even though he might not be in control. And South Sudan is no different. But all the predecessor administrations and their successors have had failed to build the crossing bridge in the populated regions of Koo | Greater Upper Nile. Because they always engaged the local population in all kinds of conflicts instead of developments. Even after the cessation of the South, the current regimes had started another war which caused a million lives which was used as excuse not to find any money to build the bridge. During the civil war which lasted for over four decades, the population in these regions had been trapped in a vicious circle: of stricken poverty, chronic diseases, and extreme insecurity, which resulted in unimaginable chaos as the whole population are dispossessed, displaced, demoralized, frightened and there are no obvious ways to help them than the inadequate short-term relief supplies which come to them through the airs’ lifts because the whole country is landlocked. Now, poverty does not only rule their world, but it also threatens the very foundations of this fragile independence and order of their society. While a tiny number of the people would be driving some propelled vehicles in the capital – showing off their social status – they are still in the same boat with the rest of the population because they could not even travel to see their relatives, who were trap in other regions.