I agree, a visionary leader is exactly what South Sudan needs. However, visionary leaders tend to be more political that economical and for S. Sudan to be truly achieve concrete development, they must find one that has an economical vision. There are many possibilities at the moment. Although, it currently seems that the independence nuance, turned former gorillas into soldiers and general. Who b/c of their "tittles" loot the country as payment for previous suffering endured during the civil war. Also, a strong/visionary leader would do away with and/or limit the often arduous and complicated political process of a democracy. Democracy has its pros and cons, just like any other system of government in the world. But when starting from scratch, it's not the best nor the quickest. What South Sudan desperately needs now is someone to set them in the right path. A visionary, who is able to imbed infrastructure plans, in preparation for the future economic aspirations. Cometh the hour, cometh the man.