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Friday, February 8, 2019 - 14:44
United Nations Mission in South Sudan or UNMISS team from Kuajok on Wednesday started drilling of two boreholes in Manyang-Ngok County to help the public with water.
 
Speaking to the press UNMISS representative, Anastsebi Nyirichgera, says the two boreholes is a gift to the community as part of the Mission activities, Don Bosco Radio Reports,
 
She believes that UNMISS with it quick impact will contribute to resolve the problem of shortage of water in the area.
 
The UNMISS representative discloses that the delegation will also launch the construction of market store for women and drilling of borehole in Aguka Payam in this month.
 
She promises that if the state government stabilizes peace, UNMISS will continue supporting communities on various challenges facing them.
 
Governor Mathew Mathiang Magoordit appreciates UNMISS team for the good support to Tonj communities.
 
He promises to work hand in hand with all NGOs in terms of security to let the services reach to citizens.
 
They speakers made the remarks in Manyang-ngok County on Wednesday in Tonj.
 

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