Top 26 Quotes & Sayings by South Sudanese Authors

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Guys telling you to shoot it when you're open - you have nothing else to think about, but if you're open or not. That's it. As soon as you catch it, you let it fly.
People should not judge me on what they hear. Let them wait and see me in action. Then they will see how I serve my people.
Our main source of economy is agriculture. What we should do is to use the oil money that we have today to re-fuel agriculture. And so agriculture will be the backbone of the economy of South Sudan.
Australia is very nice; the people are nice. — © Thon Maker
Australia is very nice; the people are nice.
I'm going to be an All-Star. I'm going to be a champion. Not just one, multiple times.
I've never just said things recklessly without thinking about it or talking to people about it. I always go back to my people and talk to them about it.
I'm a winner. I focus on the games and that's all that matters to me.
The death of Garang has unfortunately unleashed emotions of anger; some genuine, others cultivated by elements who wanted to pit one group of Sudanese against another.
The duty of the media is to observe truth and social responsibility.
You don't want to lose what you have - fast guy, quick guy - you don't want to lose that, but work around it, keep that as your bread and butter.
I'm a competitive guy, very. I don't like saying that about myself but people in the locker room say that about me. But I'm a competitive person and the GM, the coaches, those guys, they wouldn't like it if I was happy not to be playing.
I'm from South Sudan, that is where my heart will always be.
It is neither my intention to depart from the route of John Garang nor to change the Comprehensive Peace Agreement.
Just try to play hard to win games and to be versatile. And also be a great teammate. I'm not faking anything I'm doing out here. I'm being myself. I'm not faking anything.
It is the responsibility of all the Sudanese, especially the political leaders and the media, to strengthen social cohesion through the proper understanding of the dynamics of unity, if they really want our country to remain united.
I wanted to be a guard. I wanted to be 6'8' and stay there.
I swear allegiance to the Republic of Sudan.
I'm going to be an MVP. I'm going to be Defensive Player of the Year. Not just once, multiple times... And the rings part is the biggest one for me. And the Hall of Fame part.
I just come in and work and do what is required of me to do, and do it professionally.
I love trophies. I collect them in my room. I don't know, it's beautiful. Makes my phone look good.
When I first moved to the bench, it was a little tough to adjust to, but I've just recalled last season when I first started. Just taking care of my body and knowing that there could be a random time that I'm checking in, so I need to continue to take care of my body.
I love Milwaukee, I love the fans, the city - it works hard, I work hard and I've always done that since the first day I decided to play basketball. — © Thon Maker
I love Milwaukee, I love the fans, the city - it works hard, I work hard and I've always done that since the first day I decided to play basketball.
Working hard - that's South Sudan. We're tall, dark skinned, beautiful - I'm always proud of that.
The people of the Sudan expect a lot from the institution of the presidency, and we should live up to their expectations.
I see myself used in terms of reading mismatches. If it's small, go inside. If it's big, come outside. And if it's in between, then work him, make him think you're going outside, go back inside. Just play chess.
I've been a Gunner for life. They play similar football to Barcelona. So ball movement and player movement is important to me in basketball; I think I picked it up from watching those guys.
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