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Saturday, November 11, 2017 - 08:50
Some South Sudanese in Tonj call for education on the importance of healing and reconciliation because it is a process of peace and unity.
 
James Mbia Sebit says reconciliation and healing begins with individuals to others, Don Bosco Radio reports.
 
He explains that if anyone has a problem with his or her friend or brother who does not want to listen, call one or three people to talk to him or her in a peaceful way.
 
Deng for Good points out that there are many challenges facing people in the country.
 
He regrets that if someone finds children fighting on the way and tries to beat them, their parents will start fighting the person.
 
Captain kuol encourages South Sudanese to practice forgiveness and forget the past to have peace and unity among the ethnic groups in the country.
 
The speakers spoke to Radio Don Bosco on Thursdays in Tonj.
 

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