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December 20, 2012 (BENTIU) Commissioners from the nine counties in South Sudan’s Unity state on Wednesday vowed to ensure effective service delivery to rural communities as a mechanism for reduce cattle rustling and border conflicts.
The resolution during a two-day commissioners’ forum held in the state for the first time since South Sudan become independent in July last year. The forum agenda, officials told Sudan Tribune, mainly focused on deliverance of (...)
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