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Salva Kiir reshuffles Central Equatoria government

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By James Gatdet Dak

October 9, 2008 (JUBA) – The First Vice President of the Republic of Sudan and President of the Government of Southern Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit on Thursday issued a number of Presidential Decrees relieving and appointing Deputy Governor, state ministers, advisors and County commissioners in Central Equatoria state.

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RELIEVED STATE MINISTERS

1. Mr. Henry Danga Stefano – Deputy Governor and Minister of Local Government

2. Maj. General (Rtd) Emmanuel Waga Elia, Minister of Physical Infrastructure

3. Dr. Pius Vincent Subek, Minister of Health

4. Mrs. Huda Micah Laila, Minister of Gender and Social Welfare

5. Mr. Charles Jongo, Minister of Agriculture

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NEWLY APPOINTED MINISTERS

1. Mr. Manase Lomole Waya, Deputy Governor and Minister of Agriculture

2. Professor Paul Lado Bureng, Minister of Physical Infrastructure

3. Mr. Napatali Hassen Gale, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs

4. Mrs. Huda Micah Laila, Minister of Health

5. Mrs. Hellen Marsali Boro, Minister of Gender and Social Welfare

6. Mr. Charles Jongo Manuel, Minister of Local Government and Law Enforcement

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RELIEVED STATE GOVERNMENT ADVISORS

1. Mr. Lokulange Lole Lokule, Advisor for Political Affairs

2. Ronald Abraham Simiona, Advisor for Security

3. Manase Lomole Waya, Advisor for Literacy and Capacity Building

4. Margaret Kani Samuel, Advisor on Gender and Child Welfare

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NEWLY APPOINTED STATE ADVISORS

1. Mr. Jackson Abungo Gama, Advisor for Political Affairs

2. Maj. General (Rtd) Emanuel Waga Elia, Advisor for Security

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RELIEVED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

1. Mr. Oliver Mule Gabriel, Commissioner of Kajo-Keji County

2. Col. Vincent Kujo, Commissioner of Lainya County

3. Mr. Albert Pitya Redentore, Commissioner of Juba County

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NEWLY APPOINTED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

1. Mr. Muki Batali Buli, Commissioner of Kajo-Keji County

2. Mr. Suba Samuel Manase, Commissioner of Lainya County

3. Dr. Pius Vincent Subek, Commissioner of Juba County

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  • 11 October 2008 08:55, by Ruai Malual Jal

    Dear Mr. president,

    Thank you very much for removing unproductive persons in Your government, because this time we need resourceful people who can create positive change in Southern Sudan.

    Now you did reshuffles in central Equatoria state, so What about most corrupted state, the Unity state-BENTIU?
    why are you so reluctant in Unity State?
    the citizens of Unity state has call you several times to remove unpopular governor, but you never respond to their call.
    so do you have personal interest in Unity state then being President?
    And if NO Mr. President, can you listen to the citizens of Unity state.
    in fact Mr. President we need you to do reshuffles in Unity state to implement what you call Zero tolerance to corruption in your government

    Are you really Salva kir who was us in the bush?
    if your SALVA KIR, Why don’t kill the SPLM Parasites because those who are doing corruption in your government are parasites.

    I do Believe that SPLM under your leadership will never give up to take the people of Southern Sudan to the promise land.

    Thanks

    By FRANK MAN AND TRUE TELLER.

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  • 12 October 2008 11:22, by Stefano Wieu Francis (BA. Philisophy)

    Such reshuffles serves as a true manifestation of GOSS commitment to establishment and sustaining good governance based on true principles of democracy.

    The amazing big political irony, is in relation to Unity State issue. The Vice-president of the Government of Sudan & President of the Government of Southern Sudan, Lt.G. Salva Kiir Mayardit did reshuffles in other states such as Jonglei, Upper Nile, Bhar El Ghazal etc but the case of Unity State attracts special questions as to what might be this special relationship or bond between Kiir and Taban.

    The people of Unity State, politically rejected Taban through thier votes and this is the basis of democracy. Mr. President is doing a kind of "forced marriage" which is against the will of his people.

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