Torit, 17th May 2018. The manager of Torit Civic engagement Center calls on South Sudan communities to promote positive cultures through dance, poems, and singings among others.
Caesar Orupi said dance and composition songs for peace bring people together to share and interact among themselves as children of one family.
Orupi believes promotion of what he termed as positive cultures will always allow people to live in peace and harmony.
While Lucy Iliha Quintous representative of Otuho dancers appreciates South Sudan Women voices for good leadership for bringing together cultural dancers to perform their dances as a sign of peace and unity.
Iliha calls on the competing parties to preach peace to the people of South Sudan, but she believes women have the ability to bring peace to South Sudan.
Iliha discourages harmful cultures and traditions that instigate fight and hatred.
The event brought together communities from different tribes across Torit state to perform their traditional dances with an aim of creating good relationship amongst them.