Southern Sudanese urged to go to work and to stop lounging around in the shade
The director of a construction company is urging southern Sudanese to forget their differences and unite.
Leonard Dist spoke to Sudan Radio Service in Bor last week.
[Leonard Dist]: “If you do not know where you came from this morning, you do not know where you are going today. That means a lot. You understand there are so many ways to reason real. That’s why they have to realize where they came from. I always hear that your forefathers went through a lot to get to where you all are today and yet you want to have a challenge with your brother because he is not of the same culture or the same tribe? No!”
Dist urged people to go to work and to stop lounging around in the shade.
[Leonard Dist]: “The normal people, all they do is sit under trees and talk all day. What the **** they talk about I do not know. If you talk about doing something get up and go do it. They had all talked about it. You go do it. You get it done. They sit all day and talk about nothing.”
Leonard Dist was speaking angrily to Sudan Radio Service in Bor.