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Christmas messages

Anna Nimiriano Editor in Chief Juba Monitor

Many people are still convening for Christmas and New Year greetings to their dear friends, relatives and colleagues at different places of work and social venues. I am sure it will continue to the rest of the coming days of New Year. If you read information in social media, most of them were carrying Christmas and New Year greetings to people within the country and in diaspora. In fact it is very important to remember ourselves in Christmas Eve. If you send greetings, you feel happy and at least you have shared your joy with dear ones. It is impossible to reach all people you like and love within these periods of times, but through messages you can make it.

I thanked all those who sent Christmas and New Year greetings to the entire staff of Juba Monitor. On behalf of the staff I wish them all the best and hope that the New Year will be a year of Peace, unity, love and development. It is not my wishes a lone, I think the majority of people in South Sudan have the same wishes to their beloved countrymen and women.

There is nothing more than peace and stability in the country that people may wish. May this Christmas brings to an end the challenges of the year 2020 as we welcome 2021 with all good wishes, fruitfulness and glad tidings. I am happy with Christmas of this year, I didn’t hear major crimes occurred within the days, may be it would be known letter on, even no gunfire heard in the area I am living.

May be in other areas there might have been, of course there might be some minor criminal act committed due to over joy and consider as Christmas celebration which is wrong.

Congratulations to the parents who gave birth to babies on 25th, I hope we shall have many babies named Emmanuel or Emmanuela which mean, God is with us.  Let God continue blessing this nation for better living.

May God bless us all.

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