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Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 17:00
A member of the  national dialogue sub-committee dispatched to Yei River state has on Sunday urged the entire citizens in the state to air out their grievances without fear or favor.
 
Donald Gideon says that if the citizens hide the information from the dialogue committee it will be difficult for their issues to be addressed. Easter Radio reports.
 
He adds that after gathering the information they will present them to Juba so that they will be included in the Dialogue agenda
 
Gideon says the sub-committee will be conducting a regional assessment which will determine the agenda of the national dialogue.
 
The sub-committee four arrived in Yei River state on Saturday headed by former Central Equatoria governor, Clement Wani Konga aimed at consulting citizens of Yei River State.
 

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