Editorial, Gadgets

It’s high time the two Sudanese military leaders released dead end of their struggle for power has cost lots of losses in human lives, property and time, without any gain on both sides.

Up from the onset of violence in Khartoum on 15th April 2023, we have witnessed increase in figures of deaths, displacement, settlements turning into debris, institutions such as schools and hospitals in rubble.

Life is none better for citizens in exile, as every neighborhood is entangled in domestic mishaps. Chad, Central African Republic, Libya, Ethiopia and South Sudan, have their own laden.

South Sudan president, Salva Kiir Mayardit has tirelessly kept his voice of peace streaming across the continent that the two leaders of Sudan, come to table talks.

Each day passes with a number of Sudanese citizens passing to the realm of the spirit World. This could be as a result of gunshots, diseases, hunger or any other cause.

Sudan’s army chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and the paramilitary leader, Hemedti should reconsider their objectives to value people they intend to lead.

After war, everybody regrets. Regretting over failure to protect those who couldn’t make it through and having done what was not to be done.

War leaves everyone guilty of losses and regrets but no winners.


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