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Saturday, November 17, 2018 - 09:15
Tonj County Education Director advises South Sudanese girls to take education as a candle in their lives during holidays.
 
In an interview to Don Bosco Radio, Lual Madoor urges school girls not to be involved in activities such as early marriage that may destroy their future.
 
He quotes the Bible saying the body is a temple of God hence it must be respected by both boys and girls until marriage time.
 
The director assures south Sudanese ladies to imitate Nigerian girls who get married at age of thirty five.
 
The Madoor also advises primary eight candidates to read hard since final examination is around the corner.
 
The director appeals to candidate to be committed and work as a team before sitting for their final exams next week. 
 
He appreciates the administration and teachers for the great role they played during learning process leading to their progress.
 
In other news development the director reminds girls to wait for cash transfer before going for holidays. 
 
Madit Acam Rap, head boy of Kalkuel primary school encourages candidates to read hard to succeed exams.
 
Awien Micheal, head girl appreciates the teachers for cooperation they showed in the school.
 
The speakers made their remarks during the closing the day of kalkuel primary school in Tonj.
 

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