New NRA Chief promises to instill discpline
By Mandela Nelson Denis
The New Acting Commissioner General of National Revenue Authority Africano Mande Gedima has promised to remain discipline civil and instill order in the authority’s management.
He revealed this in his address during the handing over ceremony in Juba yesterday.
Mande said he won’t be making promises of what he will do but rather will remain committed to serving the country in his new assignment.
“From the day I was appointed I went and looked for the Revenue act of 2016 and one of the things I found was that this is not a political office, and not a political position, from all my services the rule of the games have changed, I am going to be a disciplined civil servant”, said Mande.
He thanked the President for the trust and confidence he bestowed on him to handle the task.
He promised to deliver tangible services to the country.
Revamping the country’s economy according to Mande requires the responsibilities of all South Sudanese.
Earlier this month, the yet to be reconstituted TNLA Business Committee announced that close to 38 billion US dollars disappeared in revenue collection within the period of three months.