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VIDEO OF THE WEEK
Ambassador Obongo: Are the South Sudanese better off now they are no longer part of Sudan?
Interview with the Ambassador Dhanojak Obongo, the Deputy Chief of Mission of the South Sudan Embassy in Washington DC. With South Sudan as the newest country in the World and with the ongoing conflict both at the border and within the country, afrimind has a conversation with Ambassador Obongo to discuss how the government is resolving the conflict, what the government is doing to curb corruption and reduce the recent land grabs in South Sudan, and finally to discuss how South Sudan's vast diaspora will be a part of the process of developing the country.