Bahr el Ghazal University students receive food items

Student leaders took photos after receiving food assistance./Courtesy Photo

By Ngor Deng Matem

Students at the University of Bahr el Ghazal located in Wau Town received food items from Northern Bahr el Ghazal state government.

The assistance was received by the joint Students Association’s leaders representing four states of Lakes, Warrap, Western and Northern Bahr el Ghazal states.

The Chairman for Aweil students Association in University of Bahr el Ghazal, Wau Mr. William Chan Akuei confirmed what they received.

“We brought 45 bags of rice which are 50 kilograms each. They were given by the governor of NBGs Tong Aken Ngor. As a joint committee, we will visit other three students to seek for help like we did in Aweil. We are doing this in order to meet the gap caused by the shortage of food in the University,” Chan said.

In addition, the Secretary General for Aweil students Association in UBG Mr. Yel Anguei Deng appreciated the student’s leaders.

“I would personally like to appreciate all the hard work and diligent efforts put by our SPLM SL Chairperson in University of Bahr El Ghazal Cde. Mayen Koriom together with Aweil Students’ Association in UBG Chairperson Cde. William Chan Akuei Ajou, and the chairpersons of the other three states of Bahr El Ghazal Region and also the elders” Yel said.

“Briefly, you had been an amazing team ever, I appreciate the energy, and the time you have taken for the interest of University of Bahr el Ghazal students, therefore your dedication to your work has resulted positively as you had received food items from NBGs Governor Hon. Tong Akeen. We expect that we shall not suffer again if you deliver the same quality of works,” Yel applauded.

Mr. Yel also thanked the administration of University of Bahr el Ghazal for guiding and leadership mentorship 

“I would like also to appreciate the administration of UBG for the incredible roles they have played so far in this hardship time for us, they offered a car to the team in order to ease their movements from state to state respectively,” Yel stated.

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