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Paride Taban: “There is nobody who is not guilty”

Charlton Doki
Religious leaders say the government and rebels should apologise for dragging South Sudan back into violent conflict.
28.07.2015  |  Juba
Women of Christian faith in Yei demonstrate for peace in South Sudan, April 2015.
Women of Christian faith in Yei demonstrate for peace in South Sudan, April 2015.

Religious leaders say despite the ongoing conflict that has displaced millions of people and killed thousands, South Sudanese still have cause to celebrate the fact that their country is now four years old.

They say they are working together to reinforce the message addressed mainly to the country’s political leaders that peace must be restored now.  

Charlton Doki reports for The Niles from Juba: