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Friday, August 11, 2017 - 16:33
The Program Manager for Human Environment and Transformation Agency or HETA is urging the youth in Imotong state to work independently and avoid being driven by politicians.
Weme Moses Daniel observes that most conflicts in South Sudan are caused by politicians but they influence youth to act on their behalf. Radio Emmanuel reports.
He says the youth of today are engaged too much in politics than those in 1970s.
Ajok Grace the Secretary for Civic Engagement Centre CEC in Torit state said; there are few conflicts that are caused by young people compare to politicians.
Grace says as youth socialize themselves with politicians to get jobs but they end up being used to cause chaos to win individual interest.
Anthony Odong a civil servant who worked nearly thirty years with government advised youth to do any kind of productive work instead of following white color jobs.
He urged youth to utilize the available resources to avoid idleness.
The officials made the statement in a two days round table discussion organized by Human Environment and Transformation Agency or HETA on the factors motivating youth to conflict on Thursday in Torit.

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