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Machar Returns Hopes For Peace, Unity and Reconciliation!

Dr. Riek Machar Teny, South Sudan's former Vice President returns to Juba after two years of civil war, April 26th, 2016(Photo: file/Nyamilepedia)
Dr. Riek Machar Teny, South Sudan’s former Vice President returns to Juba after two years of civil war, April 26th, 2016(Photo: file/Nyamilepedia)

April 26, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —- The widely celebrated return of South Sudan’s former Vice President, Dr. Riek Machar Teny, who arrived in Juba on April 26th 2016, has restored hopes for peace, unity and reconciliation of the bitterly divided South Sudanese people.

Speaking after his arrival in Juba, Machar emphasized that all the resources that were invested in war for the past two and half years should no longer be invested in war but in stabilizing security, economy, bolstering humanitarian access and national reconciliation.

“Obviously with all of us in Juba, any money which was used for the war efforts should now be moved to the four challenges I said: stabilization of security, stabilization of economy, getting access for humanitarian relief, and then the process of national reconciliations” Machar said.

Due to numerous resources and efforts required to reverse the catastrophe of war, Machar calls on the peace brokers and the International community to help them mobilize resources to rebuild the country.

“So our supporters, those who helped us strike this agreement,  they also need to help so that we implement the agreement” he said.

The historic return of Dr. Machar was celebrated in Juba, Malakal, Bentiu, Bor and other major capitals of South Sudan states.

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2 comments

Akot Mathiang April 27, 2016 at 4:19 am

Door ku nhier a cath tok,
Luoi ku jiek a cath tok,
Ku beny juec koc aye theek thaai kok,
Bi door Nhialic a reel ke ok ather!

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Bol Gatjang May 5, 2016 at 6:05 am

May God restore hope to all inhabitants of South Sudanese at this marvelous steps. Jeremiah 30:17

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