New Office Of The President Opens In Juba
The new Office of the President of the Republic of South Sudan was officially opened yesterday by H.E Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit in a very special ceremony organized by the President's office.
Wide view of the new president’s office in Juba [©Thomas Kenneth]
JUBA, 23rd August 2011 - The new Office of the President of the Republic of South Sudan was officially opened yesterday by H.E Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit in a very special ceremony organized by the President's office.
The new office was redesigned and constructed by Makover Construction Company under the supervision of the Ministry of Housing and Physical Planning.
The caretaker minister in the Office of the President Dr. Cirino Hiteng described the new facility as meeting international standards making it “a real Office of the President of the State.”
On her part, the caretaker minister for Housing and Physical Planning Mrs. Nunu Kumba said the next step, to be taken soon, is to build a big Presidential Palace for the Republic of South Sudan.
In his key remarks when addressing the opening ceremony, President Kiir congratulated Makeover Construction Company for having done a very good job by redesigning and standardizing the office.
23/08/2011, 3:06 PM
- Posted by Tony Mawa
Honestly I don`t understand what is wrong with our government. It seem like they don`t realize we are a nation now. What they build to be call the presidential office is suppose to be a guest house. Silver was the first vice president of Sudan. And he knows how president office must look. Just simply see that one in Khartoum. Now here they build a Villa and claiming that it is the presidential office. This specification is for living not office.