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Louis Lobong Lojore

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Louis Lobong Lajore, governor of Eastern Equatoria State delivers his keynote speech in Juba. April 14, 2011 (ST)

Name: Louis Lobong Lojore

Position: Governor of Eastern Equatoria State

Career: Sworn in as the governor of Eastern Equatoria State on 20 May 2010 after elections in April that year.

Political Party: Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM)

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Louis Lobong Lojore, the Eastern Equatoria State Governor speaking at the launch of a branch of Equity Bank in Torit, 6 December 2012 (ST)

Tribe: Toposa

Background

In 2012 Governor Lojore was accused of training his own militia in the state but this was found to be baseless after an investigation by the South Sudan Council of States - the country’s upper house.

His military rank was withdrawn in February 2013 as part of reform to South Sudan’s amry (SPLA).



 
 

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