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Ofemi Ngota | Ofeni Ngota

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Ofeni Ngota, the commissioner of Morobo county in Central Equatoria state, March 04, 2012 (ST)

Name: Ofemi Ngota | Ofeni Ngota

Career: Former Commissioner of Morobo County, Central Equatoria State, South Sudan

Background

Ofemi Ngota was replaced by Moses Simon Soro on 9 October 2012 after he received in a no confidence vote on 9 August 2012. According to the council speaker, James Kenyi, out of 24 councilors who attended the August sitting, 22 voted against the commissioner, one voted in his favor while the other one abstained.

Morobo is the southern most County in South Sudan, bordering Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is located about 35 km east of Yei River County.



 
 

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