Residents in Yei demands state boundaries resolve
By Hassan Arun-Yei
Inhabitants of Yei River County, Central Equatoria State are calling
on the National Dialogue Steering Committee to consider resolving
the state boundaries in
the country as the conference continues.
Baba Kimoi Dominic told Juba Monitor in an interview that the
committee should resolve the interstate boundaries within the
period of the national conference.
“We are calling on leadership of the national dialogue steering
committee to look into the issues of the interstates boundaries,”
Kenyi Hillary, commended that international issues cannot be
handled without addressing
the internal problems.
He believes that South Sudan still has a lot of challenges regarding
governance, economy and security.
“We cannot go to handle issues of international boundaries when
have problems amongst ourselves,” reiterated Kenyi.
John Bilal urged the government to address the state boundaries
before tackling the international issues because the country is still
in insecure. He calls on the presidency to work for peace in order to
address challenges that
faces the nation.
“We are supposed to look into our own borders of the states first.
What is important is that we first concentrate on our state boundaries then later we look at the international borders,” advised