If his ideas had bothered people in the government or out of the government, they should have sat down and had a dialogue about the issues rather than gunning the man down. (I’m assuming he was killed for his outspokenness). What is so difficult about dialogue if you (government folks) are interested in the well-being of SOUTH SUDAN?
Prof. Nyantung Ahang
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