Opinion South Sudan


By Deng Majok Chol, Harvard Kennedy School.

R-L: David King, Deng Majok Chol and Alex De Waal as Deng speaks at
R-L: David King, Deng Majok Chol and Alex De Waal as Deng speaks at Harvard Kennedy School on two Sudans

May 02, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — To each of You—of all the 64 ethnic communities that are the inhabitants of South Sudan–who have, in the violence, lost loves ones, family members, dear friends, colleagues, heroes, mentors, or a mentees, I say, with deepest sympathy, condolences to you.

To each of all the women–from the 64 ethnic communities–who are experiencing the evils sides (physical abuses, emotional, psychological, and social effects) of the violence, I say, with deepest embarrassment, be strong and speak up against the evil acts.

We “THE SEEDS OF THE NATION” GENERATION, can at least—yes—at the very least…is intervene in the current violence in South Sudan by providing hope to the society.

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