Torit, 24th November 2017. The ongoing conflict in the country has made citizens more vulnerable, says SAFERWORLD Project Manager for greater Equatoria region.
Galdino Sakondo calls on South Sudanese to think differently to rescue the situation instead of violence.
He says misery have increased because of insecurity, rampant killings, diseases and hunger forcing thousands to flee.
Sakondo appreciates the government for following the path of national dialogue, but needs inclusivity.
SAFERWORLD Manager says peace and security are a collective responsibility of every citizen.
Sakondo says everybody’s voice to South Sudan’s peace will bring about lasting harmony.
The SAFERWORLD Project Manager for greater Equatoria talked to Radio Emmanuel last week.