Don’t get affected by our disease, Nyandeng says

Vice President for Gender and Youth Cluster, Rebecca Nyandeng during the workshop’

By Tereza Jeremiah Chuei

The Vice President for Gender and Youth Cluster, Rebecca Nyandeng on Wednesday warned children within the country from getting affected by what she called as ‘our disease’.

The statement came after a three-day workshop organized by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) in collaboration with the Ministry of Defense and Veteran Affairs among other ministries.

The workshop centered on the protection of children in South Sudan.

Speaking in the conference, Nyandeng called on children not to be affected by politician disease, but she didn’t mention the background of the disease.

“You see my child as you sit on this chair next to us {Politician} your journey has already started but let me warn you, don’t be affected by our disease {Politian disease},” Nyandeng said.

However, earlier James Gatdiet Dak one of the Politian’s in the country said South Sudan leaders’ luck political will, adding that political will is the center of policy change for every country.

He also questioned the current South Sudanese leader’s commitment to peace, stability, and unity of their people.

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