Launching of AFTABOSS’ WordPress ‘BLOGATHON’ on World Press Freedom Day, 2013


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Today, May 3, 2013, marks the official launch of this organization’s ‘blogathon’, a collection or marathon of blogs or articles on one topic by various bloggers. As we are celebrating our 30th anniversary of our freedom struggle on May 16, 2013, the moderators humbly asks all our social media members to contribute on the following topic:


GUIDELINES to the writers on this topic:

1- Any opinion between 300 and 3000 words on this topic will be published in our “Weirdnessday Observer” column on this Aftaboss website. Anything below that word limit will be posted on our Facebook group status:

2- If your opinion on that topic falls by length in between 1983 and 2013 words, then you have won a free blog to be designed according to your choice by the moderators. Look at the example of a personal weblog on John Penn’s

3- Do not worry about your language command, it will be edited by our team of editors and moderators (e.g. John Penn, Tears Ayuen, Paanluelwel, etc.).

4- Look out for an ad on our Facebook Page of another topic for next week. You can also participate in selecting a topic that every member will marathon on for the blogathon.


1- Free weblog designed by Aftaboss team (unless you are not ready to run one).

2- Your piece will be published not only on The Weirdnessday Observer column but will be reblogged to all members’ blogs (e.g.,, etc.), and also published in our home Mainstream Media especially Juba Monitor and The Citizen and our subscribed website (e.g.,,, etc.)

3- Prominent contributors/writers will win permanent membership on the board of moderators (bom). Please check the status, types and benefits of membership on our Membership page here:

Please, send your article (including the old ones) to or post it to our group page:

NB: Explore our blog for more about us…


One comment

  1. the south Sudan government must know that historical days are not like other miner issues,they have to be respected and if the don’t respect south Sudanese than let them respected the national days

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