Students advised to desist sectarian politics
By Martin Manyiel Wugol in Kampala
South Sudanese students in Kampala, Uganda have been advised to desist from sectarian politics in the country, Juma Moses Michael a student’s leader said on Sunday.
Mr. Moses encouraged the students to value their education and distance themselves from rebellion and divisive politics of sectarianism which could divide citizens.
He added advised the finalists to play a crucial role by changing communities’ mid-set to stop communal fights and tribalism.
“As students’ leaders in Kampala we should keep staying at home till situation normalized,” he said.
Mary Viola a student said her dream is to see South Sudan is a peaceful country.
“We need to see South Sudan where all citizens love each other without discrimination because we have obligation as young South Sudanese to unite the nation based on our communities,” Viola said.
The students made the remarks during their last celebration after completion of final examinations at Cavendish University in Uganda.