Yambio, 25th January 2018. Catholic Priests from DR Congo believe that the current violence will not solve the problems in South Sudan, except through peaceful and inclusive dialogue.
Fr Elia Taban Wande from Augustinian Congregation in DR Congo, appeals to everybody to stop revenge killing and other kind of attacks, Anisa Radio reports.
He says he always regrets why fellow men and women are suffering and killing one another.
It is only through dialogue that South Sudanese problems can be solved to see the way forward.
Fr Andrew Bangama Lokango another priest from DRC believes that peace is a collective responsibility.
He calls on citizens, church leaders and government officials to work tirelessly to ensure that peace is attained all over the country.
Fr Bangama appeals to Congolese citizens in South Sudan to live in peace with one another in the area.