Bishop Gives Hope For A nation In Crisis South Sudan

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The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Yei, Erkolano Lodu Tombe says that South Sudanese should not lose hope in the country due to the wide spread economic and political crises.

Bishop Erkolano Lodu Tombe (R)and Monsignor Thomas Oliha (L) photo by AMECEA Online

By Modi Gilbert

YEI, 30 November 2015 [Gurtong]-The Bishop said that South Sudan will soon experience changes from all the political and economic crises and that people must be optimistic and have faith in God.

“This could be the beginning of change, nothing will continue like this, happy things in the world do begin and end but even the bad ones do begin and end” he said “we are encouraged more to be positive especially when things become bad, when situations become hopeless, there seems to be darkness in your life this is the moment, don’t be discouraged.”

“Stand straight, raise your head high up in prayers your liberation is near at hand, the time for this thing to end is near a new beginning will come out. The time for this current fighting in South Sudan will end; how many wars came up in South Sudan and have ended? And this is another! It will end. Even the economic crises it will end, be hopeful and be strong enough.”

He told the civil population to emulate the spirit of prayer to create a breakthrough to the current turmoil and have lasting peace in the country.

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