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Over hundreds S. Sudanese graduate in Kampala

By Martin Manyiel Wugol in Kampala

A total number of one hundred and eighty eight (188) South Sudanese students have graduated from different fields at St. Lawrence University in Kampala Uganda on Thursday.

Speaking to Juba Monitor after confirmation, Amer Veronica Mayom thanked God for giving her good health till the completion of the studies.

 “I really thank Almighty God for helping me to fight a long way till now. I hope he will give me more strength to fulfil all my visions because I believe he will do it for me,” Veronica said.

She advised her fellow South Sudanese girls to value education so as to bring change to the society.

Veronica, a diploma graduate of Mass Communication urged her colleagues to join the media industry and challenge their counterparts, the men.

Speaking on behalf of the students’ graduates, Mr. Joseph Simon Mbasi the student’s leader urged the graduates to advocate for peace in the country of their origin South Sudan.

Let me hope that 2021 will be a year of peace and harmony for South Sudanese people inside and outside the country because peace can be achieved when we the people believe that South Sudan is our country for all citizens,” Mbasi said.

Ayom Mary Mabor, a graduate said the journey to complete the whole study was a challenging factor which requires much patience.

“Encourage the continuing students who are still busy with their studies to always focus and have strong belief in whatever they want to do. They should develop interest in their studies, because nothing comes easy,” Mary said.

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