By Hou Akot Hou
Sudan People’s Liberation Movement’s three days training in Aweil Town, Northern Bahr El Gazal state capital, has on Thursday come to an end.
The training on youth engagement in peace, unity, service delivery, and reconciliation, was organized by the SPLM national secretariat and the national youth league body.
Different members of the national secretariat, including national youth league representatives, made it to Aweil on Tuesday and were joined by the state secretariat and youth league representatives drawn from Payams and Bomas.
The training was facilitated by the secretary for social welfare, Madam Peris Keji Kenyi, and flanked by the team leader of training, Mr. Samuel Malou Tokmach.
During the closing, Mr. Malou said the training was meant to equip and empower the youth from the county up to the boma level ahead of forthcoming elections.
He said they are solely set about the mission of training the youth and members of the secrecy to prepare them for elections.
“This SPLM youth engagement rollout training will surely pave the way for upcoming elections, and with this training, we are quite confident in conducting free, fair, credible, and transparent elections in a more conducive environment,” he stated.
He stressed that the voters are required to exercise their constitutional duties freely so that they can choose their leaders without threats.
On her part, the SPLM national secretary for social welfare, Ms. Peris Keji Kenyi, commended the warm hospitality rendered by the leadership of the SPLM chairperson and his team in the state.
She urges them to conduct similar training in the counties.
Governor Tong Aken Ngor, in his losing remark, urged the state secretariat to heed the call of the national secretariat to prepare and empower the young people across the country ahead of the anticipated elections.