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Saturday, February 23, 2019 - 11:16
The Emeritus Bishop of Torit Diocese is appealing to South Sudanese to do something good for one another.
Paride Taban says God chose all the people to do good things in His name.
Bishop Taban cites example of how he fed Muslim brothers during the war many years back.
The emeritus Bishop emphasizes the need of serving humanity despite their religious or ethnic background.
A representative from Peace Implementation Monitoring Initiative Lydia Minagano challenges young people to learn from the experience of Bishop Paride Taban.
She adds that South Sudanese should be able to tolerate opinion of others and promote peace in the country.
Some students of Catholic University shared their views on what they learned during the public lecture.
The speakers were talking in Juba during a public lecture organized by the Justice and Peace department of South Sudan Catholic University under the theme “Bishop Paride Taban lessons from lifetime of peace making”, in South Sudan.

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