South Sudan...will it be born a failed state?
Toronto journalist Kennedy Jawoko sat down with three South Sudanese activists in Canada, to hear why so many exiles support an independent South Sudan -- and why they're convinced that it won't be born a failed state.
Abeny Koul (left below) is the Canada representative of Sudan People's Liberation Moverment (SPLM), the ruling party of the Government of South Sudan (GOSS). Gordon Ajak (centre), is a lawyer and South Sudanese political activist. Thomas Tut is a political Science Graduate from York University.
(Photos Kennedy Jawoko).
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