this issue of killings need not be imputed on Dinka only, it is a national challenge that need each an every person to put effort to preach peace instead of finger pointing on one tribe, if we have anyone to blame then we should blame our government for its failure to disarm the civil population but still peace depends on the friendly co-existence of the citizens.
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