By Madit Them Arop, Juba, South Sudan
July 29, 2016 (SSB) — The Republic of South Sudan is a nation known for its civil wars. Others may say tribal differences, still more, power greed struggle, and far beyond, ignorance of law and order. Factors make it difficult for South Sudan to coexist are many. But given the current situation and the move attempted by the government of national unity or transitional government, one may find that the South Sudanese problems are minor in their own views because they are capable to handle them.
They become larger and dangerous in the views of friends who reasons in their ways. This choice is a step toward peaceful ends which friends and oppositions for this country may take with urgency of acceptance.
A brother with a brother involved in a situation which led to a circumstantial disagreement and they have now consoled and found it unnecessary to have disagreed in the first place, and decided to open window of brotherhood again, and even if the third party was called in to help put their misunderstandings under control, which was forced on them, different terms were used and time was set which created long procedures to arrive at healing bay.