OpEd, Politics

Unity state is suffering

By Gatkuoth Nangdor Riak Karay

Unity State in South Sudan is facing a critical situation where it seems to be losing out while others are gaining. The question arises – did our parliamentary representatives sell out our chance for progress, or do we as citizens not have the right to control our own oil companies such as SPOC and GPOC?

It is imperative that we hold our parliamentary members accountable and remind them of their duties in the house. They have a responsibility to represent the interests of the people and ensure that decisions are made in the best interest of the state and its citizens.

The oil industry plays a crucial role in the economy of South Sudan, and it is essential that the resources are managed effectively and transparently for the benefit of all. If our parliamentary representatives are not fulfilling their duties and allowing others to take advantage of our resources, it is up to us as citizens to demand accountability and action.

If Oil companies have development projects in the State. let the State government give them a Chance to leave the State or if our government is the one humiliating us, we are asking your humanity to see and hear our cry

Unity State is continue losing out while others reap the benefits. It is time for us to come together, hold our leaders accountable, and work towards a brighter future for our state and its people. Let us remind our parliamentary representatives of their responsibilities and fight for our right to control our own resources.

The author is a Student.

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