Lobong cautions Monyomiji of political incitements

Eastern Equatoria Governer Louis Lobong Lojore addressing  Monyomiji Gathering in Torit (Photo: Ijoo Bosco)

By Ijoo Bosco

The Eastern Equatoria State Governor Louis Lobong Lojore has cautioned the Monyomiji youth to avoid falling prey to political incitement but rather support government peace efforts in the State.

He made his appeal while addressing hundreds of Torit Municipal Council youth drawn from all the counties of the State that were representated by their leaders.

The State youth leaders’ members were called for a trust and confidence building initiative organized by the Monyomiji Forum at Borhutule Camp in Torit.

Lobong told the Monyomiji gathering that, the State government does not belong to a single man like him and the executive but it belongs to every individual soul in the State.

“This is your government and am your servant, bring in your programs and we will support it”, Lobong told the youth.

Governor Lobong said he want the youth to be creative, active and hard working so that they build their State.

He also encouraged the State youth to work for peace, cooperate and coordinates their services together geared toward promotion of peace and security for all in the State.

The Governor urged the politicians to desist from instigating conflict among communities in the State.

He also called on the youth to be watchful of some politicians that he said do sneak amongst them to influence the community in creating instability within the State for their personal self-interest.

Governor Lobong encouraged the Monyomiji to shun divisive politics being propagated by elites focused towards acquiring power, while calling for peace, reconciliation and unity among communities in the State.

The Municipal youth pledged to work with the government to build Eastern Equatoria State.

The Monyomiji appreciated the Governor for standing firm to provide conducive environment for the people to carry out their daily activities.

They also urged the State government to support peace and development through supporting their youth innovative project that they said youth representative might present to the government soon.

The Monyomiji Youth Forum as well is advocating for equity for job opportunities in the State.

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