News, Western Equatoria State

Council of States summons governor Futuyo over insecurity

By staff writer

The Council of State has summoned the Governor of Western Equatoria State Gen. Alfred Futuyo Karaba to Juba to answer questions regarding insecurity in the state.

In a letter signed by Deng Deng Akoon, the Western Equatoria governor will have to explain the encroachment into South Sudan territories by the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Other Countries that have encroached into South Sudan territories are Uganda and Kenya, according to the letter.

“Your esteem office is hereby summoned to make an appearance before the August house so as to follow the proceedings sitting referred herein & take questions from Hon. MPs regarding the Subject matter,” the letter reads.

While in Respond, the Alfred Futuyo Karaba Press Secretary Alex Daniel Digi confirmed that the Governor has arrived in Juba with respect to the Council of State Summoned

Digi said the Governor is ready to respond to all the questions which will be raised by MPs tomorrow Wednesday.

“I can confirm that the Governor of Western Equatoria State is currently in Juba to respond to the Summon that the Council of State issued to him to appear in Parliament which is going to take place tomorrow Wednesday at 10 am.”


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