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Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 16:07
Exhibitors of the second Made in South Sudan trade fair at Nyakuron Cultural Centre are appealing to citizens to turn up to buy locally made stuffs and commodities.
 
A representative of Hardworking Women Association says that during this year’s exhibition prices have gone down, but the turn up of people is very low.
 
Zachariah Alfred, an exhibitor of cooking oil cites lack of electricity as one of the challenges facing his industry.
 
Another exhibitor Jimmy Anam believes that the South Sudanese are doing a great job by showcasing different items.
 
However, Wani Samson is excited about the expo and that he met new friends and new clients for his generator exhibition.
 
He is urging the local population to support the local materials.
 
The Made in South Sudan Exhibition is organized by the Ministry of Commerce and other partners and will end on Saturday.
 
 
 

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