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Five athletes left for training in Japan


By: Opio Jackson At least five South Sudanese yesterday left for Japan for eight months’ training ahead of 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The team includes one Paralympian, three Olympians and a coach. Speaking to Juba Monitor at Juba International Airport yesterday, Seji Okada Japan Ambassador to South Sudan said he was very glad to see the […]

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