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Maura Ajak-CRN
Tuesday, August 7, 2018 - 16:12
Citizens of South Sudan hope the peace agreement signed on Sunday in Khartoum, Sudan should last after civilians suffered during 2013 and 2016 conflicts.
Teresa Mayen, 31-year-old hopes that no more killings because women suffered a lot and could not help to educate their children.
She calls for unity among South Sudanese to realize development.
According to Gabriel Oraj, citizens are in need of a leader with good heart to rule people.
Youth are hoping for fundamental services to be provided to all South Sudanese, he urges.
A 22-year-old, young man, who identified himself only as Patrick, urges the leaders to have that deal the last as the agreement to avoid youth from suffering in war.
Silvano, 25 year-old calls on the leaders to accept each other and avoid violating the agreement again like what happened to that of 2015.
The speakers spoke while waiting for the president at Juba Airport on Monday.

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