Was, 12th May 2017. Empower young people to free South Sudan from crisis, says Community Empowerment for Progress Organization or CEPO Coordinator in Wau.
Stephen Robo Musa spokes during a dialogue on peace building to bring back people to co-exist after the crisis created hatred in their hearts, Radio Voice of Hope reports.
CEPO is conducting series of dialogues in partnership with Democratic International.
Robo says the last April incident in Wau has really divided communities in the state and left them in hatred.
He adds the crisis has made their office to conduct series of dialogues to build trust among the communities of Wau.
In all conflicts that took place among communities, youth are the main target and victims, the Coordinator explains.
Robo says CEPO and Democratic International brought together youth from different religious backgrounds to resolve their problems based on their spiritual lives.
Coordinator Robo urges communities and youth to avoid hatred for the better future of the coming generations.