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Monday, July 17, 2017 - 10:05
The Bishop of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan urges citizens of Imotong State to come together and share their grievances.
 
Bishop Deng Bol told Radio Emmanuel that for peace to prevail in South Sudan, people need to sit down and dialogue.
 
For people to realize peace in the country, armed groups need to lay down their guns, he adds.
 
Citizens should commit themselves in the national dialogue as a way of finding peace in the country because without it, no development, Bishop cautions.
 
Imotong State Governor Tobiolo Alberio Oromo notes that his government is committed to work for peace in the State.
 
He reiterates the government readiness to welcome the national dialogue process in the state to address issues affecting Imotong.
 
Governor Alberio reveals that a number of opposition groups responded to the call for peace in Magwi County of Imotong State.
 
The officials made the remark in Grace Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan on Friday in Torit.
 

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