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Fact-finding Committees given two weeks to submit report

By Bosco Bush


Central Equatoria State governor has given 2 weeks ultimatum for Fact-Finding Committees to wrap-up and submit their final reports.

Last week, the committees presented their preliminary report to the governor and requested for an extension in a bid to finalize the work.

In his press statement, Eng. Juma Stephen Lugga, Chairperson of the Committee tasked to assess disposal of government assets, lands and properties disclosed that at least “80 percent of the expected work” from all the 3 committees has been completed.

Upon his appointment and enthronement into the gubernatorial seat in May this year, governor, Augustino Jadalla Wani formed 3 committees and tasked them to carryout investigations into the States’ resources and property that his predecessor has left.

The committees constituted of at least 11 members, each is headed by a chairperson with desired roles and responsibilities.

The first committee chaired by Simon Kimang Lado, was assigned to examine the financial records; approved budget, including revenue collections and investments in accordance with appropriation, regulations, procedures and policies.

The second committee led by Eng. Stephen Juma Luga was tasked to asses all disposal of government assets, lands and property.

Meanwhile, the third committee, headed by Johnson Swaka Ngisak, was tasked to identify the administration policy of human resource operational appraisal in accordance with the appropriation regulations, procedures and policies.





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