By Deng Kiir Akok, Juba, South Sudan
March 20, 2017 (SSB) —- It was on Friday, March 10, 2017 night when I was thinking of what would be the fate of the Dinka travellers on Juba – Nimule and Yei roads this time after the national prayers.
In the minds of South Sudanese people, the Friday national prayers were meant to change and prepare the hearts of the country’s politicians to be ready for the involvement in the long awaited national dialogue which was due to start this month.
Another hope for the prayers was to forgive one another. Some of us were praying to the almighty God asking if He could change the minds of the Equatoria’s roads terrorists to abandon their evil nicknaming and killing of Dinka people.