Central Equatoria State, News

Adil returns, conceals Turkish investment tour feedback

By Gladys Fred Kole

Central Equatoria State governor, Emmanuel Adil Anthony, and his entourage returned to Juba yesterday after a successful investment tour to Turkey.

Governor’s return was disclosed by his press office on the governor’s official Facebook page; however, no details have been disclosed or mentioned.

Neither was there any mention of a single MoU being signed in regard to investment the governor had gone to pursue.

Adil reportedly held a series of meetings with potential investment companies while in Turkey, aimed at persuading them to consider business and investment opportunities in South Sudan to benefit the two countries.

Upon arrival at Juba International Airport, Adil was received by the Deputy Governor, Sarah Nene, and other key state government officials and immediately proceeded to his residence.

The governor was then briefed on the general security situation across the state, which is relatively peaceful, according to his office.

On July 14, 2023, Governor Adil left for Turkey on the invitation of Heran International Group to explore business and investment opportunities and bolster relationships in Turkey.

The Governor was accompanied by the immediate docket, which is the State Minister of Animal Resources, Fisheries, and Tourism, Alex Lotiyu Elia.

They departed for Turkey on a three-day State working visit.

Prior to their travel, the governor said the government is working hard to ensure that there is peace in the country to enhance the return of refugees to South Sudan, adding that the country still remains in dire need of support.

Adil argued that the provision of essential services to humanity would be an immediate ingredient in advancing the return of refugees back home.



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