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Wau municipal council orders reduction of meat prices


August 21, 2016 (WAU) – The mayor of Wau town municipal council Akol Akol Ajith last week issued a local order warning butchers not to hike meat prices in the open market.

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Butcher cutting a piece of meat while waiting for customers in Bor Marol Market, 27 April 2012 (ST)

In an interview with Sudan Tribune Sunday, Akol said the price of 1 kg of meat should be SSP 50 while beef without bones be at SSP 75 compared to SSP200.

“This is now a fixed price in Wau town per kilo of meat and anyone seen violating this order should be arrested for a period of one month in jail and will be fined 1000 SSP,” said Akol.

“This is now what am telling to Wau town citizens and those selling the meat, this is a law and all state security organs are saved with the copy,” he added.

Akol said the state trade union, butchers and councilors were served copies of the orders.

“Those selling the beef should abide by this order, failure to comply with these law, they should have a choice or either leave selling beef or accept the order,” he said.

On the health situation, Akol said the Cholera disease which was recently reported among the internally displaced persons at the protection of civilians sites in Juba.

“The UNICEF and other health organisation told me that after they tested over 1,000 people with Cholera they did not detect any single case,” said the Wau town mayor.

“We together with health organizations working in the state need to work hard to prevent its outbreak,” said Akol.

Akol urged Wau town residents to clean around their homes as part of a disease control measures.

“Let everybody clean around his or her home while the truck on municipal council is moving to collect the dumped garbage,” stressed Akol.


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