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Unity State Governor appoints two new ministers, a commissioner

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By Bonifacio Taban Kuich

November 21, 2012 (KAMPALA) - The Governor of South Sudan’s Unity State, Taban Deng Gai on Tuesday appointed two new ministers and a Commissioner for Parieng County, replacing officials he sacked from his government last week.

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Map of South Sudan’s Unity State.

Those dismissed included, ex-commissioner Stephen Mabek Lang, former Education Minister, Them Machar Kuol and his Youth and Sports counterpart, William Mac Juac.

Their dismissal, officials told Sudan Tribune, followed allegations that the tree were fueling disunity among members of the ruling party (SPLM) at the county level.

Meanwhile, Angelo Chol, previously the SPLM Secretary for Parieng, becomes the new Education Minister while Paul Mabek Deng takes over the Culture, Youth and Sports portfolio. The Governor also appointed Majok Gatdet as the new Parieng County Commissioner.

In an interview with Sudan Tribune on Tuesday, Deng Majak, a member of Panru community described Chol as an “approachable, down-to-earth and a very sociable, tolerant and humble public servant”.

Despite mixed reactions over the sacking of these officials, said to have close ties with Governor Gai, the majority of citizens seem to support the move.

Rebecca Ayar, a student hauling from Parieng told Sudan Tribune she strongly backs the Governor’s decision, saying, “Dividing people at the grassroots instead to uniting them in one line is unacceptable.”

“We as the people of Parieng are behind Governor move to remove such power struggling self-interest politicians”, she added.

In a related development, Gai also dismissed William Thengjiek Toang, the former Director General for Local Government, replacing him with Koang Badeng Choap, while Makuey William Gatlok became the state Deputy General Secretary, filling a position that had for the last seven months been vacant.

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  • 22 November 2012 06:27, by Kurnyel

    The crazy govenor Yusif Taban son of our Mahmed who are those men you chose are the not thives like you?

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    • 22 November 2012 06:44, by Kurnyel

      Dr Reik Machar could be the best leader if he manage to lead that country of S.Sudan which is at edge of failing state.

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      • 22 November 2012 07:48, by Ruach

        Kurngoth it is not your gay husbands’ affairs

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    • 22 November 2012 07:30, by South Dengjok

      Dear Me
      your useless argument ain,t make sense cause ,the more the person mess up with his work witnessed by the community as commented by one of the student and other community guys,let us be honest to remove his ass out from the position rather than to keeping rubbish on the posts dat they just make the corruption with,iam just telling u the truth nat defending ur big dog Taban.

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    • 22 November 2012 08:20, by Gulung -dit

      HAHAHAHA THE BLIND PASS IS GIVEN IN THE GAME,
      MAJOK GATDET DENG CHOSEN AS PARIENG COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
      THE VICTIM OF SPLA DIVISION TWO IN 2006 MONEY , ALL THE RUWENG PEOPLE WILL REMEMBER MABEK LENG WITHIN A SHORT TIME , WHAT IS THE REASON OF APPOINTING THE THIEF TO HEAD RWENG COUNTY , ALL WILL GO BACK TO THE VILLAGE AND SURVIVE ON APAM DE THAU.
      BELIEVE THAT TABAN$ HAS LETDOWN RWENG COMMUNITY.

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      • 22 November 2012 09:36, by Runrach

        Gulung dit, where will you go since Mr. Fingering your former boss ? Anyway you should his excellence Angelo Mijong de Gatdet as his toilet and kitchen cleaner because you see to be mourning mony de
        moor dieh ghok de nual.

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        • 22 November 2012 12:20, by Gulung -dit

          @Ruac
          some of you will regrete soon for the appointment of Majok Gadet the SPLA money embblezeler in 2006,
          mabek is the clean leader whom you will recall back as soon as the corruption will be rampant in Rweng land.
          don,t you know that miabek is the Brigadier general in SPLA, he will be considered in SPLA general HQS.

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      • 22 November 2012 10:14, by Runrach

        Gulung dit, where will you go since Mr. Governor Fingering your former boss ? Anyway you should his excellence Angelo Mijong de Gatdet as his toilet and kitchen cleaner because you see to be mourning mony de
        moor dieh ghok de nual.

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        • 22 November 2012 12:23, by Gulung -dit

          @Runrac
          thing will be worse, for the appointment of majok Gadet,
          all of you will go back where apam de thau is , believe me you will recall my say.

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  • 22 November 2012 07:06, by Son of Ngundeng

    Dear All, if we are commenting let us use the perfect mind we can talk on the point, using shallow mind on this article will not be excepted.
    Taban he is an Arab and why do you except him at that time, if Nuer Bantui are not stupid,you think last time he can bring a benefit from arab does why you put him as governor,and now enjoy his corrupption don’t complain.

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