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Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - 17:23
Citizens in Torit State complain about taxes imposed on charcoal sellers that make life difficult in providing food to their families.
 
Rose Patermo says she has spent many hours moving with a bag of charcoal on her head and yet has to pay taxes.
 
The lady adds that she is worried if she can afford food for her family, Radio Emmanuel reports.
 
Rose urges government to reduce taxes on local charcoal sellers.
 
Mach Peter says it is hard to tax those riding bicycles because they do not stop at the check points.
 
The citizens were talking to Radio Emmanuel in Torit town.

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