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DC party lays base expansion strategy

By William Madouk

 

Democratic Change (DC) party is optimistic about cementing the party’s support base in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State (NBGS) and Abyei Administrative Area.

The Party’s Chairperson, Onyoti Adigo, who also serves as the Minister of Livestock and Fisheries, revealed that the party is in the advanced stages of opening secretariat offices in these regions.

“We are at an advanced stage to open an office in Northern Bahr el Ghazal and Abyei Administrative Area,” he told journalists during the anniversary commemoration event.

With electoral preparations gaining momentum, political parties are leaving no stone unturned in their quest for votes.

The DC party, which currently has offices in almost eight states and two administrative areas, is keen on expanding its presence and appealing to new constituencies.

“We have opened offices in Western Equatoria, Western Bahr el Ghazal, Eastern Equatoria, Lakes, Warrap, Upper Nile, Central Equatoria, Jonglei, Pibor Administrative Area and Ruweng,” he added.

Furthermore, DC boss added that his party have offices in Cairo and members in America, Canada and Australia.

Adigo said that DC is the party for South Sudanese who are enthusiastic for change such as women, youth, farmers, teachers, professionals and academia just to mention but a few.

“I want all the members to be the prophets and mentors of change in South Sudan,” he noted.

He appealed to the political parties and South Sudanese to accept the proposed 2024 polls.

“Our country needs a democratic change that is why we strongly support conducting elections in 2024,” he said.

“We call up on all the political parties and the people of South Sudan to accept going for election.”

Adigo further called on the non-signatory to the revitalized peace agreement to join, in order to bring peace and stability in the nation.

The Democratic Change Party is one of the twenty-seven officially registered political parties in South Sudan.

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