Yambio, 25th September 2017. The leaders of Gbudue State are appealing to citizens of the area not to continue to fight again.
During the international peace day, Grace Datiro, the deputy governor of Gbudue state hopes the day will bring sustainable peace to the state and South Sudan at large.
She assures the people of Gbudue State to stay in peace because innocent civilians have experienced and suffered from previous insecurity for long.
Datiro calls on the people to work for peace and embrace it.
Caroline Waudo, Acting Head of UNMISS in Western Equatoria appreciates the government of Gbudue for being co-operative to UN.
Abel Banga, officer South Sudan National Liberation Movement, SSNLM says their forces stand for peace.
He says they want to see that Gbudue state lives in peace.
Mbiko Barakati, one of the SPLA in Opposition Brigadiers who defecated to the government reiterates their stand for peace.