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Christians Urged To Preach Peace

Speaking during the Sunday mass at the Episcopal Church of Sudanin Yambio, Governor Bakosoro urged South Sudanese to stand together in the face of the unending conflicts.

“Many innocent lives are being lost as a result of the conflicts we are currently witnessing in our country.

The State Youth chairman Peter Mayen Wen Majongdit criticised the youth for engaging in needless politics, saying they form a major component of the South Sudanese political landscape.

“As the youth we must uphold the current constitutional and democratic terrain South Sudan.

Wau Agriculture Bank Robbed

The branch’s deputy managing director Dhou Nuor Yisa told Gurtong the robbers broke into the bank’s safe and took off with the cash.

“We received information about the robbery on Sunday morning. We actually confirmed that when we came to the office”, said Yisa.

He said that

AMDISS Gets New Leaders

The Editor-in-Chief of the Juba Monitor Alfred Taban becomes the association’s new chairman, succeeding the Director/Editor of Gurtong Trust - Peace and Media Jacob Jiel Akol who has stepped down voluntarily after more than ten years at the helm.

Taban will serve

Chiefs Must Keep Children In School:Governor

He said education remains a priority of the state government and urged parents to ensure their children acquire education as it is the only guarantee to a better future.

“I urge parents to make the best use of the educational facilities built here by ensuring

WFP Calls For Release Of Abducted Staff

“WFP is deeply concerned about the safety of one its staff members who was taken at gunpoint from the Malakal airport by eight armed men wearing plain clothes. We have not heard from our colleague for almost 24 hours, and we are extremely concerned about his well-being. WFP demands that his

South Sudan Launch First Traffic Light

The initiative has been launched as part of efforts to reduce the escalating road accidents in the South Sudanese capital Juba.

Under the project, 63 solar-powered traffic lights will be installed at junctions and roundabouts at 15 main roads in Juba, stretching from the Airport

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