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Radio Don Bosco
Friday, January 12, 2018 - 09:00
The listeners of Radio Don Bosco during the Morning Tea Talk Show program say taking care of children is a collective responsibility.
The talk show program is to enlighten the public on the negative impacts of child abuse in the society.
Captain Kuol Manyuol, one of the callers from Tonj town, says children are the future of the nation and have right to be taken care of.
He advises parents not to allow their children to climb mango trees because it is dangerous for them.
Another caller Majur Mabuoc, mentions that the government can also take part in caring for children.
Aleu Alfredo from Hai Matar, encourages the entire community of Tonj state and South Sudan in particular to send their children to school to avoid going to streets.
He explains that children are the leaders of tomorrow if they are cared for well.
Radio Don Bosco did not reach the Ministry of Gender, Child and Social Welfare for comments.

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