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Immigration directorate Lakes state branch opening delayed

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December 10, 2012 (RUMBEK) - The official opening of the Lakes state directorate of nationality and passports has been postponed due to administrative delays from the head office in Juba.

The state’s chief of migration and alien control, Riak Zechariah Mathen, on Monday told Catholic Good News Radio that the inaugural ceremony of the Directorate has been rescheduled to 14 December to allow Madout Parek, the director general of nationality and passports and his accompanying team to arrive in the state for the event.

Mathen added that the public will be invited to witness the historic event in the state.

Mathen explained that “we have a team who is coming from Juba, lead by general director for nationality and passports. [...]He will open this directorate of Lakes state officially, so that is why we did not open on the opening today – so we hope when he comes, we will inform the entire people of Lakes state.” 

The presence of nationality and passports office in Rumbek is expected to reduce travel and accommodation expenses incurred by residents when Juba was the only issuance centre for the documents.

(ST)

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  • 11 December 2012 05:00, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    Thank you Juba for Rumbek with Immigration Direatorate of Nationality and passport Bringing it for us to the citizen of the state but Rumbek adeministration will destroy it very soon through nepotism, alot and alot of corruptions, poorest insecurity highest prices than others states will be rise up and many others by adeministration.

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    • 11 December 2012 05:41, by nuer food lovers

      juba madut pariek should delivered message or the law of immigration to those dogs of Rumbek.let them know who is a foreigner and who is not.they re collecting migration tax from who ever pass through Lake state even if he/she is south sudanese.this lake state re outlaw.what had happen in wau have happen in lake state instead.they brother in panyijair on daily basis but if we revenge,we will .....

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      • 11 December 2012 05:45, by nuer food lovers

        circumscis them including woman.in every corner of Rumbek Even they re lions in human shape will destroy their claw sharp teeth

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        • 11 December 2012 09:22, by Kurnyel

          The government of so call Lakes State can not and will not any thing because the thugs that are leading that governmet are not suppose to be. I wish these crazy youths who are killing themselves to extended their fight inside Rumbek so that they can kill Governor and so call commissioners.from there the issue will be finally address.

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          • 12 December 2012 09:43, by wen yar

            Some people posted their comments with out reading the articles or may be they want to do it for the seek of commenting.
            any way some are learning how to read and write that’s why they fail to understand different between directorate of nationality and killing
            brothers keep on learning on this page.

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  • 11 December 2012 12:05, by Akolde Nhiak Jinub

    Gentlemen, who have commented on Lakes State. It’s important z u know who to criticize, but don’t n never attempt to generalize.
    What is the connection between Nationality n migration n Lakes state as a community?
    Please, comment responsibly. Respect other communities views n backgrounds! Follow website regulations n rules.

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