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October 8, 2012 (BOR) - Forever Living International, a United States-based company has urged youth in South Sudan’s Jonglei state to take up business in herbal drugs to improve the health situation of people in the young nation.

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Forever Living International staff, Bor, Jonglei, South Sudan October 8, 2012 (ST)

The new initiative emerged as part of a youth training, which the company conducted in Bor, the Jonglei state capital.

Josephine Mwedekli, East Africa’s Managing Director for Forever Living International told attendees the company is looking forward to ensure South Sudan becomes one of the five East Africa countries currently reaping lots of benefits from the US-based business.

“We have introduced East Africa to benefit from Forever Living for the first seven years now and [the people of] South Sudan will be able to have good health like the rest of people from East Africa,” said Mwedekli.

The company, she added, has for the past 34 years been operational in over 154 countries worldwide.

To be eligible, members are required to pay a non-refundable registration fee, before he or she is allowed to large quantity of drugs, which they sell at a profit.

The quantity of drugs one has bought and the number of people you recruit to the company account for the promotion of a person from to a senior position in the company, Mwedekeli said.

She however said she and her team were with the response from people in South Sudan, much the company is not yet officially registered in the country, thus making its operations in any of its 10 states illegal.

Forever Living Company, Mwedekeli stressed, also boasts of a variety of other products, with Aloe Vera considered the company’s backbone.

“In addition to that, we also have product [ranging] from bee hives because we control about 70% of world bee hive products. We have quite [a] number of the bee hives. We have the product of weight management, natural, personal care and products for natural make-up as well,” she noted.

“Forever is not how much you know or how much you needs it is how much you care. You should care about the others [because] when you care for others in this business, they will recommend the product to other people and you will make money,” she added.

(ST)

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  • 10 October 2012 03:57, by Kurnyel

    I think that is a way of Dinka Bor they are all drug addicted even Dr John was the same, so Americans are wasting their time there.

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    • 10 October 2012 05:36, by Kurnyeil The Junior

      No Kurnyiel
      John Garang is the most respect dudd in Sudan he will not be drugs addict like his son, some of Dinka bor are smart more than their gubbish brothers,

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    • 10 October 2012 08:48, by Ahmed Chol

      No lives forever. There is nothing such as forever living. This is a scam from India. I have lots of friends in the US who have witness this, don’t get cheated again people.
      Ahmed Chol

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      • 10 October 2012 22:22, by panom lualbil

        AHMED CHOL?
        You failed to understand the message bro! ’FOREVER LIVING’ has nothing to do with LIFE or external life but to live healthy on this WORLD untill when you die, that all. Have a nice day!

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  • 10 October 2012 05:57, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    They are not wasting their time,they just wanted to damage them for all. It is away the have damage black people life in North America.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMdBs9a2Jfo&feature=related. America wanted to drug out Africa as their most targeted people now. why herabl drugs and not health food production,school,water,clinics,hospital

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  • 10 October 2012 06:07, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    Never accepted the evil herbal of America purposal,all behind is like this with their Arab cousin to exterminate black people. here the link.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceayJuYx5WA&feature=related
    Maafa 21 The History of Eugenics In America Part 7 of 13.

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