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Central Equatoria State (CES)

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Central Equatoria State is home to South Sudan’s capital Juba. It borders Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo to the south, as well as the states of Jonglei, Lakes, Eastern Equatoria and Western Equatoria.

Area: 22,956 km²

Capital: Juba

Other Major Towns: Kajokeji, Liria, Mangalla, Rokon, Tali, Terakeka and Yei

Natural Landmarks: The White Nile


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Government

  • Deputy Governor and Minister of Education, Science and Technology - Mr. Manase Lomole Waya (SPLM)

State Ministers

Central Equatoria State Legislative Assembly

  • Speaker - Brigadier General Zamba Duku Michael (SPLM)
  • Dep. Speaker – John Lado Tombe (SPLM)

Counties and Commissioners


Central Equatoria State Links



 
 

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