Juba, 27th June 2018. The meeting between President Salva Kiir and Dr Riek Machar in Khartoum, Sudan may not be the final process to peace, but is a bridging gap between them, says a citizen in Juba town.
The citizen who prefers anonymity says countries where the two leaders met before have their own interests in South Sudan.
He however believes that Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir knows the leaders better than other countries.
Another citizen who also does not want to be named for security reason calls for peace to end the suffering of South Sudanese especially IDPs and refugees in the neighbouring countries.
She suggests that the two leaders should be apprehended if they fail to reach an agreement.
Another citizen says apprehending the leaders may not be a solution to bring peace to South Sudan.
He urges President Kiir and Machar to fix the country back to normalcy.