Deputy Governor urges leaders to work for peace

Upper Nile state Deputy Governor James Tor Monybuny/Courtesy photo

By Yien Gatuor Mead

The Upper Nile state’s deputy governor James Tor Monybuny has urged his countrymen to join hands and work for peace.

Monybuny was speaking on Saturday, 26th March 2022 after his reception in Abwong payam accompanied by commissioner of Baliet County, Moses Achuil Guek and the local community leaders.

The Deputy Governor Monybuny appreciated the people of Bol Agar Society (Ngar Clan) sub-section of Ngok Lual Yak Community in Abwong Payam of Baliet County, Upper Nile State for organizing a funeral prayer in memory of the martyrs who lost their lives during the conflict in December 24th 2013. 

During the courtesy visit to attend the martyr’s prayer organized by Bol Agar Society (Ngar Clan) in Abwong, Monybuny also inspected the buildings destroyed by conflict in December 24th 2013.

“We need to double our efforts as the able state SPLM interim chairperson has encouraged the roles of church leaders and local community leaders to join hands together in the process of building national peace and reconciliation to recover the infrastructures lost during the conflict earlier in 2013,” Monybuny said. 

“The state government has been supportive indeed to the implementation of the Revitalized Peace Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan [R-ACRISS],” he said.

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