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Monday, October 9, 2017 - 10:05
The auxiliary Bishop of Abuja Nigeria is asking South Sudanese citizens across the globe to stop posting hate speech on social media.
 
Bishop Anselem Umoren believes that South Sudan will attain lasting peace if they stop negative criticism on face book and twitter. Emmanuel Radio reports.
 
Umoren blames those South Sudanese who use Face book to promote violence in the country than putting their focus on how to jointly develop the country.
 
Umoren calls on the energetic and talented youth of South Sudan to stop negative cultural aspects which hinder development and be fully engage in developing activities.
 
The auxiliary bishop says picking arms or using social media will never end war 
 
Auxiliary bishop of Abuja calls on South Sudanese to lay aside arms and put their grievances on the table to bring lasting peace in the country.
 
While emeritus bishop Paride Taban of the Catholic Diocese of Tority acknowledges disunity among South Sudanese which resulted to continues violence in the country.
 
Taban urges politicians not to divide people but bring them together to develop the country
 
 

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