Agaar must learn to co-exist with her neigbours "there is no man who is an island" man must live with the people and try to interact with them, many people have talked of cows and many names but I want to tell you that cows are not the problems but people themselves,if you are friendly why can’t I befriended you, Agaar need not be like murle that have become thorns of Jonglei, let’s live as one.
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