South Sudan Archbishop Agrees to Talk Peace
Daniel Deng Bull, South Sudan Archbishop and chairman of Jonglei peace committee, spoke at the end of the Woman’s Peace conference in the city of Bor.
South Sudan Government and an estimate of 400 women met from Monday to Wednesday to discuss ways in which they can practice peace within communities.
Daniel Deng Bull agrees to meet David Yauyau, who is the leader of a rebellion in Jonglei state who is accused of attacking UN Peacekeepers along with his rebels. Yauyau denies participating in this situation and claims he is ready for peace.
“I am ready to talk to Yauyau if I know where he is. It pains me when I see our people killing themselves”, says Dang, while speaking to the woman at the meeting in Bor. “I prefer settling our problems peacefully than to see people dying everyday”.
Published by the Sudan Tribune on 12 April 2013, Written by Sudan Tribune and photograph by Bnaidarfur.org. See original Article here.