Abraham’s struggle is a struggle of the people of all ten states of our noble country and his killers remain at large. His murder is an issue greater than an ethnic issue and I would like to believe that South Sudan remains greater than the sum of any single tribe or ethnic group. I hope I am right in this.
And, brother Biar, keep on sending those comments - I am a loyal reader.
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