November 25, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s ten states governors are converging in the national capital, Juba, for the 2nd Governors Forum 15 months after the country gained its independence from Sudan last year.
The office of the President on Sunday announced the gathering which will begin on Monday and run for four days.
The forum was created to avail an opportunity for the governors and their state governments to share and resolve on issues of importance and concern with the national (...)
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