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Lakes State Governor announces new cabinet

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May 1, 2012 (RUMBEK) - The Governor of Lakes State, Chol Tong Mayay, announced his long-awaited state cabinet on Tuesday night comprised with a new ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport making a total of 13 state ministers.

Lakes State’s new cabinet has two female ministers; the minister of Physical Infrastructure lead by Ms. Adak Costa Mapuor; and the minister of Parliamentary Affairs Mariam Paul Jebi.

The reshuffle was implemented using three separate decrees. The first - Decree No.10/2012 - relieved Athian Majak Malou from his position as director general of the Ministry of Rural Development.

In Decree No.11/2012 Mayay also relieved two advisors; Ms. Adak Costa Mapuor as advisor for Gender and Human Right; as well Mr. Machuor Marial Wuol as advisor for Food Security.

Decree No.12/2012 appointed the 13 ministers and a new commissioner for the state’s headquarters, Rumbek.

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  • 2 May 2012 08:16, by Kurnyel

    lakes state govenment is fill with angry thugs by commonist mahmed chol tong, this is kind of gov,t that have no meaning at all

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    • 2 May 2012 08:52, by mayom maboung marek

      The eagerly awaited lakes state cabinet has been done, new faces emerged and some lost their juicy posts, few maintain their positions. political Analysts are coming up with their analyses and people are busy contrasting and comparing who and who.

      challenges facing Lakes are many, will the new cabinet tackle them? I doubt!!

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    • 2 May 2012 08:56, by mayom maboung marek

      The eagerly awaited lakes state cabinet has been done, new faces emerged and some lost their juicy posts, few maintain their positions. political Analysts are coming up with their analyses and people are busy contrasting and comparing who and who.

      challenges facing Lakes are many, will the new cabinet tackle them? I doubt!!

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    • 2 May 2012 09:00, by mayom maboung marek

      The eagerly awaited lakes state cabinet has been done, new faces emerged and some lost their juicy posts, few maintain their positions. political Analysts are coming up with their analyses and people are busy contrasting and comparing who and who.

      challenges facing Lakes are many, will the new cabinet tackle them? I doubt!!

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    • 2 May 2012 13:49, by Shadrack Chol Buoi

      “Everyone should have a chance to improve their position in society.” But how easy is it for poor people to get the best jobs and to become rich? Studies show that it is not so easy at all. In many developed societies, the children of poor people grow up to be poor. At the same time, the children of rich people also become rich when they grow up. This situation is also true in the Worldwide. “In A

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  • 2 May 2012 08:27, by John Gum

    Dear,this is atotal indescrimination appointment leaving other payams marginalised,yes civilians disputes outside have also replicated in this appointment.

    Gum

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  • 2 May 2012 08:45, by mayom maboung marek

    The eagerly awaited lakes state cabinet has been done, new faces emerged and some lost their juicy posts, few maintain their positions. political Analysts are coming up with their analyses and people are busy contrasting and comparing who and who.

    challenges facing Lakes are many, will the new cabinet tackle them? I doubt!!

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  • 2 May 2012 08:49, by mayom maboung marek

    The eagerly awaited lakes state cabinet has been done, new faces emerged and some lost their juicy posts, few maintain their positions. political Analysts are coming up with their analyses and people are busy contrasting and comparing who and who.

    challenges facing Lakes are many, will the new cabinet tackle them? I doubt!!

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  • 2 May 2012 09:05, by Akolde Nhiak Jinub

    Mr. Kurnyel & John Gum, u have right to express ur opinion, however, Gov. Eng. Chol deserves praise this time for personalities he has brought to his cabinet.
    I disagree with you on alleging that all Payams should be represented. There is no such kind of government on earth, lest, there will be no resources to feed everyone needed to lead. Let’s accept realities and work for common good of all.

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    • 2 May 2012 09:39, by John Gum

      Akolde,this is just a matter of realities,what i mean is not all payams to have ministerial posts but atleast representation is most importance,look now how many ministries given to yirol and Rup of Rumbek centre?where they only people who elect Chol?are they only people well educated then other?

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  • 2 May 2012 09:25, by Akolde Nhiak Jinub

    I welcome appointment of Ustaz Athian Majak, Ms. Adak Costa, Hon. Daniel Gumwel, Joseph Maker Madit, n in particular new faces whose age n experience would truly make a better change, I guess, such as Col. Ben. Makuer Mabor for Local Gov’t & LEA, my two comrades n colleagues Charles Badiri 4 Info & Comm n Daniel Chol Kolyin for Rural Dev’t Ministry. God bless them for the service of our pp’le.

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    • 3 May 2012 00:47, by Kurnyel

      Mabor Meen Vs Maker Mabor, what a joke. First dismissing Mabor Meen is a relief to the entire community of Lakes State while appointing Makuer Mabor is just dropping in to the same hole twice. Jok Ayom according to the source who is living in Rumbek said that he is a evil man than Bin Laden.

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