Torit, 23rd June 2018. Continue preaching about messages of peace to the local population for lasting peace to prevail in the country, Torit State Chairperson for Peace Commission appeals to partners.
German Charles Ojok, while addressing peace partners during a monthly cluster meeting, says South Sudanese is the last country in the world with little knowledge.
He advises local communities to always ask God for peace and stability in the country.
Charles says change is a process that takes time and that citizens should not lose hope in working for lasting peace in the country.
He tells partners to condemn bad deeds, but rather encourage communities to peacefully co-exist.
The Chairperson is hoping for durable peace given the fact that South Sudanese acceptto change.
Meanwhile John Lotyang, a representative working for Catholic Relief Service in Torit says peace and stability is a collective responsibility of both the government and communities
He reveals that his office has established communication network in many parts of the state to enable counties reports threats facing their localities.
Lotyang urges partners to have constant dialogue with conflicting communities in the grass root.
The speakers were talking during their monthly peace actors working group on Thursday.