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South Sudan Artist Association in Ethiopia to launches ‘Peace and Justice’ Concert Next Week in Addis Ababa

By Mekonen Tefere, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

South Sudanese musicians performing at South Sudan Artists Association Concert in Juba(Photo: SSAA)
South Sudanese musicians performing at South Sudan Artists Association Concert in Juba(Photo: SSAA)

November 30, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The Office of South Sudan Artist Association in Ethiopia (SSAAE) had disclosed to the media that the Association is due to launch its existence officially in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia next week (Saturday, December 06, 2014).

The Chairperson for ‘SSAAE’, Mr. Khor Deng Jang (aka ~ Khor DJ) said that the Association is alarmed of current crisis and he believes that Artists are the best people to advocate for peace and justice in the Country. “I urge the entire Artists in South Sudan and in abroad to advocate for Peace and Justice”, he added.

The concert is a campaign to aware the International Community on current South Sudan crisis.

In another hands, Paul Bayoy (aka ~ Paul B) the Secretary for the Association said that the event is open for every citizen who is willing to come and join them during the day. “We are happy to host all of you”, Paul said in exclusive interview on Sunday, November 30, 2014.

Gatwech Hoth, the Head of Organizing Committees confirmed to the reporter that the event would be highly secured while some dignitaries from the communities are expected to appear. “We have invited some respected leaders from the communities including the Peace Ambassador [Mr. Gatwech Koak Nyuon] to show-up and share the launching with us”, Hoth said on the phone. Mr. Hoth added that the event would exactly kick-off by 10:00am to 06:00pm at Gerji Hall near Unity University.

The Author can be reached on: mekonentefere@gmail.com

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