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Nov 10, 2020 (Thessherald)–A South Sudanese religious leader, Rev Karlo Okoy, has urged South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit, and his Deputy, Dr. Riek Machar to repent of their wicked ways and turn to God for a lasting peace to prevail in the country.
“Dear South Sudanese blind leaders and citizens- you still have a long way to suffer. You will never have peace and good economy in these lands of Biblical God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, prophets and the present disciples of Jesus Christ until you destroy all the false gods which are tearing the nations and the economies,” the religious leader lamented.Rev Karlo Okoy
He appeals to the citizens not to make room for evil deeds and become gateways of the devil.
“Usually when God becomes angry because of our bad deeds, Satan implements God’s anger or wrath into action. He is like a vulture that awaits for the dead to lie down and eat.”
“It is Satan that brings famine, diseases, Sudanese have been ignoring this Biblical God and continued to kill themselves for the last 65 years since British left the country 1956.”
“If God gave Moses power to take his people from Egyptian slavery back to their promised lands around 1100 BC, what about me?”
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