Addis Ababa, 24th May 2018. Refugees’ representative has urged South Sudan political leaders in Addis Ababa to talk frankly and bring peace to the country.
A refugee, who prefers to remain anonymous for security reason, says tears of South Sudanese refugees should stop.
The lady cries to politicians in Addis Ababa that refugees are tired in foreign lands and need to return home.
Another refugee, Simon Marot, re-echoes his colleagues call for peace and that it is time for people to develop South Sudan.
Marot advises the politicians to bring back the dignity of the ordinary people of South Sudan.
He warns the leaders that people at home and diaspora will decide if the politicians do not reach a compromise for peace in the country.
The refugees’ representatives spoke on Tuesday after the parties signed recommitment of the cessation of hostilities document in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.