Mayom roots for polls to solve multiple challenges

By Akol Madut Ngong

The 2023 general elections could provide possible solutions to most challenges facing South Sudanese citizen, an MP has said.

Paul Mayom Akech, an MP in the Transition National Legislative Assembly (TNLA) said the polls could provide citizens with an opportunity to determine their socio-economic future.

Mayom who is the MP for SPLM in Lakes State and a former minister for Water Resources observed that elections would allow fresh ideas including proper planning and prioritization of issues affecting most citizens.

“The solution to challenges to our citizen is only the 2023. It is going to end soon and people will chose their leaders, people are tired with this coalition government” he said.

He was speaking over the weekend at Nyakuron Cultural Centre during Apuk Graduates Congress get-together organized by the Apuk sons and daughters of Apuk Community in Gogrial East of Warrap State.

Mayom expressed concern that provision of water has not been prioritized despite it being one of the top most priorities of citizens.

He blamed the coalition government for the many challenges facing the country saying it has lost a sense of direction in providing focused leadership to South Sudanese.

Mayom said most parts of the country continue experiencing massive floods that have ravaged villages and affected thousands of livelihoods.

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