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Arrested MPs to face law in Eastern Lakes

By Moses Gum Degur The Governor of Eastern Lakes State, Bor Philip Wutchok Bor said the three Members of Parliament arrested in Eastern Lakes last week over alleged incitement of public to escalate inter-tribal fights in the State will face the law. The MPs were on Tuesday arrested by members...
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SPLM leaders in Maridi state sworn

At least 35 Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) members including Interim Liberation Council, the deputy SPLM chairperson, seven SPLM counties chairpersons and secretaries were sworn in last week on Friday. Col. Africano Mande, the governor of Maridi state urged women to rise up and leave the spirit of ululation and...
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Rejaf Model Nursery and Primary School facing closure

Rejaf Model Nursery and Primary School would be forced to shut down next month if it fails to recover from its financial deficit, the headmistress of the school, Rejoice William Jada said on Saturday. Jada revealed during the school’s quarterly financial report that if some parents who have not paid...
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Officials detained over food distribution

At least two local government administrators in Malek County of Western Lakes state have been arrested for allegedly defying orders of the state government. Mr. James Machar Chol and Maliet Machuol Maluac reportedly failed to follow the instructions given to them by the state government and the commissioner of Malek...
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Five die of suspected cholera

Citizens of Kathier Payam in Ngop County of Eastern Lakes State have reported cholera-like symptoms over the past week that led to the dead of at least 5 people including a child. The report came days after one of the Health Organizations in the State closed down their operation with...
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Education in Pochalla on the brink of collapse

"One plus three, what is the answer?" Was the sound of a thirteen year old boy volunteering to help teach primary two class in Pochalla County’s biggest Primary School, surrounded by about 60 pupils, others seated and others standing, He is one of the many voluntary teachers trying to helping...
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Government to protect aid workers

The Government has committed to protect humanitarian workers in order to improve accessibility to reach millions of people in need of humanitarian assistance. “It is always the policy of the government to provide safety and conducive working environment for all our humanitarian workers,” Hussein Mar Nyuot, the Minister of Humanitarian...
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Youth urged to use social media for peace

The Director of Promised Land Secondary School Juba Jok Abraham has called upon the youth to use social media to promote peace. Jok said instead of using Facebook for inciting violence, and promoting hate speech, they should use it for spreading peace message. “It is unfortunate that youth use social...
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Rebels urged to return home

Yei River state Minister of Information, Culture, Youth and Sports Alfred Kenneth Duku has appealed to the rebels allied to Dr. Riek Machar to join peace process under the First Vice President Taban Deng Gai. He said it was time for those who are still holding guns against the government...
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Ceasefire must be respected -Diplomats

The International Community, African Union, United Nations and other bodiesowning Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (ARCSS) haveinsisted that the government troops and armed groups shouldrespect the unilateral ceasefire declared by President Salva Kiir a month ago following the fighting reported inPangak a week ago. They...
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