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08 July 2016


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Thank you Joe Kuman for the article.

I am humbled by all your comments. I sat whole day out in the sultry day of reconcilation to witness the peace ceremony at UOG even if there was a ligh shower of rain that chased many to find shelther. I knew it was a shower of Peace and Blessings as experienced in my context so I let my shelf showered in the rain. Sun shone afterwards and dried everything during the day. Peace was achieved successfuly and so Kudos to those who've facilitated. What Im now searching is the power of forgiveness in students who were injured in the clash. One party apologised but did the the other forgive and forget what had happened easily?

A further follow up on the injured students is necessary as Peace Building and conflict resolution process must be continued and sutained!

I take time to thank Joe Kuman for this piece, which is timely. Thank you.

Violence suits those with nothing to lose

Joe, the processes you have highlighted are explicitly explained. I hope the the Peace & Reconciliation Committees of universities concern take heed of them.
For UOG, I would think you be in that PCC. Your experience with your Yuri tribal warfare and eventual peace & reconciliation is invaluable that can be used.

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