President William Ruto has now shown his concern following the current hostilities and unrest in Sudan Sudan, calling upon all the International leaders to move fast and try curb the situation.
President Ruto in the late night press release, took to the public to hint out that, the Government of Southern Sudan, needs to be helped address the current situation at hand that has majorly left the children and women victims of the war.
Ruto, categorically, asserted that the situation in the aforementioned country can not be ignored even with a second, revealing that things are so ugly in the Country and what the World and International leaders can do is to intervene and help stabilize the Southern Sudan Government.
"I note with great concern the escalation of hostilities in the neighboring South Sudan. I implore the International community to urgently provide all possible and relevant assistance to the government of South Sudan to enable it address this dire situation, " President Ruto said.
Kenya's Head of state, Ruto, further revealed the hot spot Regions, hinting out the Upper Nile and Jonglel States as the most affected. He called upon the donation of food, water ,medical supplies and shelter to the children and women in those regions.
He also, asserted that, if the situation is not resolved immediately, they will report bizarre deaths and unstable Southern Sudan government in the future days.
"Women and children bear the greatest brunt of the hostilities in the Upper Nile and Jonglel States and are desperate for food, water, shelter and medical supplies, " President Ruto said in a Press release.
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