As relations between the village of Loguruny in Eastern Equatoria and the surrounding area appear to be deteriorating, the UN mission in South Sudan is a local partner to jointly organize dialogue between the parties involved in the recent conflict. Call to.
The situation is getting out of hand, according to locals, including those who evacuated before returning home recently.
“I’m back from Kakuma [refugee camp in Kenya] And now we are being shot like animals. My only child was killed and stoned on the way to fetch water. Most people looking for firewood and other things are being attacked, “Rose Ihisa said when he met the patrol team on a peacekeeping mission.
Cattle thieves, revenge killings, road ambushes, and other violent incidents have plagued the region for years, but widespread hunger seems to exacerbate tensions. The lack of educational opportunities for young people in Lobira, Brun, Iroli and Logruny makes things worse, and lazy young men are more likely to fight.
“I’m the principal, but it’s difficult to teach and learn here. Children sit under trees and there are no facilities. I use cardboard boxes as improvised blackboards. Some of these young people Some people find the cow thief more interesting, “Lamented Augustin Odova.
Villagers crave external support to develop the region in terms of infrastructure, and primarily to convince conflicting youth to start a harmonious life.
United Nations peacekeeping operations are willing to play that role and are ready.
“We will investigate your requirements and share and discuss them with your local government. We hope that we will be able to bring together and interact with all the conflicting parties and resolve their differences,” said the Civil Officer. Official Francis Jeremiah Shuei said.
Distributed by the APO Group on behalf of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).
UNMISS explores potential dialogue to end the exacerbation of violence between Eastern Equatoria communities
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