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Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 09:07
 
The seaker of Imotong state assembly reports that South Sudan government has borrowed some money from the World Bank to boost livelihood projects in the country.
 
Charles Udwar says the projects will encourage citizens to work for themselves other than getting free assistance. Emmanuel Radio reports.
 
Udwar appreciates the efforts of the National government and hopes the projects will continue to boost self-reliance and development among South Sudan citizens.
 
The speaker however did not reveal the number of projects availed for the citizens but says the projects will last for six months.
 
Speaker Udwar was talking in an exclusive interview with Radio Emmanuel in his office this Monday in Torit.
 

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