Eastern Equatoria State Director of Press and Secretariat Affairs Abule-Moi Oriho. [Gurtong |File]
By Siro Silvio Ewak
TORIT, 03 August 2012 [Gurtong]- During the visit, the Governor urged the people of Pari to co-exist with their neighbours adding that the reason for appointing the two administrators was to enhance good governance and curb insecurity in the area.
Lojore recently appointed Mathew Ugwak and Albano Lomoyang as the chief administrators for Lopa and Lafon County respectively.
The appointments resulted from the long disagreement between the two communities over the name and location of the county headquarters.
The State Director of Press and Secretariat Affairs Abule-Moi Oriho revealed that the Pari community expressed happiness and readiness to work closely with the new government.
“The community respects the appointments and are ready to work with the state government for the better of the people in the county”, he said.
The residents said the presence of government in the area will facilitate service delivery and law enforcement in the area.
According to the Governor, the main challenges of the newly appointed Chief Administrators include; roads inaccessibility, insecurity, cattle rustling, child abduction and insufficient qualified human resources.
The newly appointed Chief Administrator Mathew Ugwak said that his administration will prioritise peace for the Pari Community and its neighbourhood.
During the visit, the Governor was accompanied by the State Minister of Information Felix Otuduha Siro, Minister of Agriculture Mark Ukinbul and Charles Udwar, an MP at the State Legislative Assembly.