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By: Brown Akoon-Makerjök Yel Dut

Public Updates: The long-awaited moment for the people of Sudan has finally come as all the leaders of armed and unarmed opposition Groups under Sudan Revolutionary Movements arrived in Khartoum to implement the Juba Peace Agreement.

The Chairperson of the Mediation Committee Hon Tut Gatluak Manime reiterated the commitment of President Kiir to ensure that the peace Agreement is implemented by all the parties who are signatory to the Juba Peace Agreement.

The dawn of peace, stability and prosperity in the war torn regions of Sudan has come to an end with the arrival of the leaders of the Sudanese opposition groups to come to Khartoum for the first time Sudan following the signing of the Juba Peace Agreement for the Republic of Sudan last month in Juba.

This move has given more hope and green light to the people who are affected by the conflict in the region of Darfur, Blue Nile, Southern Kordofan, Nuba Mountains, Eastern, Central and the entire part of Sudan to enjoy the dividend of peace following decades of brutal conflicts.

The parties to Juba attended a peace celebration at the Sudan Freedom square that drew thousands of people from all walks of lives rising burners carrying messages of peace and chanting peace has finally come to Sudan and applauding the tremendous efforts done by President Kiir and the Mediation Committee to resolve conflicts in Sudan peacefully.

The government delegation headed by the Vice President Hussien Adbalbegai Ayii and the Chairperson of the Mediation Committee Hon. Tut Gatluak Manime pledged the stand and commitment of the government of South Sudan to work for the implementation of the Juba Peace Agreement. The Transitional Government of Sudan reiterated its commitment to work hand in hand with their brothers from the oppositions to move the country forward. 

The next task is now for the opposition's leaders Sudan Revolutionary Movements to work out modalities with their parties to the Juba Peace Agreement in order to form a new Transitional Government where the opposition leaders would be part of to bring the country back to stability and prosperity.

 

Yours sincerely,

Brown Akoon-Makerjök Yel Dut,

President of the Team Good News across the globe.

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