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Rose Keji Benjamin-CRN
Tuesday, August 7, 2018 - 10:26
The South Sudanese citizens express mixed reactions about the peace signed in Khartoum, Sudan on Sunday.
Chol Maker, a student of the University of Juba says he is so happy for the peace signed in Sudan 
He urges the leaders to commit themselves together to deliver services to citizens to alleviate their suffering.
Francis Lemi, a trader at Custom Market says he is joyful for the peace because citizens have been suffering as commodities are expensive and many cannot afford to buy.
People are tired of the conflict and business was not going well, he adds.
Susan who is a student of Upper Nile University expects the signed peace agreement to be lasting to bring positive changes to the country.
William Ater Marial says he does not trust this peace agreement because in 2015 peace was signed, but did not take even seven months.
The people were reacting to the peace agreement on governance and security arrangements President Salva Kiir and Dr Riek Machar signed on Sunday in Khartoum Sudan.

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