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Violent resistance to appointment of South Sudan archbishop

April 30, 2020

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CWN Editor's Note: Juba is the capital of the nation of 10.3 million (map), which is 62% Christian (41% Catholic), 32% ethnic religionist, and 6% Muslim. The appointment of Bishop Stephen Ameyu Mulla as Juba’s archbishop was met with violent resistance, but now the situation has “calmed down a lot also thanks to his inaugural speech based entirely on reconciliation,” according to the Fides nes agency.

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