My story isn’t really that interesting so to speak, but it’s interesting enough, it’s interesting enough.
From a young age I have been by myself, I’m a self-made man. I made me.
This is the problem: in South Sudan people don’t want to let go. It’s not that hard to talk it out, it’s not that hard. It’s actually harder to go to war - it would cost you a lot more money to go to war. A lot more bodies, a lot more youths dying.
Youths are dying.
What’s the future if the youths are dying and the best jobs that are paying you is the army and there is a war going on? What are you gonna do? You are going to join the army to feed your family. And you join the army and that might be you gone. And from you gone, whose feeding your family? No one. Before you know it there will be no one left.