By; Samson Ganiku, Radio Pacis
As South Sudan turns ten, refugees in the various settlements in West Nile call for peace in the country. Many of them attribute the country’s continuous instability to power struggle. They assert that if the country’s leadership would set aside their selfish ambition, South Sudan is prone to achieve peace and development.
Samson Ganiku spoke to a number of refugees in their settlements and has more to tell in this story. Listen here