Torit, 6th July 2018. The Chairperson for Civil Society Network in Eastern Equatoria says, the current peace talks in Khartoum is giving citizens hope for the possibility of peace to return to the country.
Charles Okulu while talking to media says leaders of the neighboring countries are in the process of rebuilding the broken hearts of South Sudanese over the long awaited peace from Addis Ababa.
The presence of Presidents Omer Bashir of Sudan and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda in the negotiation table shows a good step, he admits.
Okulu says the responsibility accepted by the two leaders to convince South Sudan warring parties will bring suffering of people to an end.
He says the armed opposition and the government leaders accepted to greed each other with a hope of translating the smile and handshake into reality to end the misery in the nation.
The chairperson tells citizens to welcome the peace as it enters South Sudan and spread to the rest of the people.
The speaker was talking to the media in Torit Town on Tuesday.