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Congratulations On Your Success On Peace Achievement And Appointment As The First Vice President Of South Sudan

By Professor Joseph Alia Lakweri Ajawang,

THE FIRST VICE PRESIDENT OF THE OF SOUTH SUDAN;

HIS EXCELLENCY DR. RIEK MACH TENY AND THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH SUDAN

Mr. First Vice President,

Dr. Riek Machar Teny sworn in as the country's First Vice President after 2 years of intensive civil war(Photo: Nyamilepedia)
Dr. Riek Machar Teny sworn in as the country’s First Vice President after 2 years of intensive civil war(Photo: Nyamilepedia)

April 28, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– South Sudanese offer you congratulations on your appointment and swearing in as the first ever First Vice President of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGONU).

Your hard struggling, remarkable dedication, clear vision, knowledgeable experience have been overwhelmingly awarded by having you appointed and sworn as the First Vice President at the right time when you are widely favored and badly needed for the job.

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South Sudanese delighted to having you in partnership with the President. Salva Kiir Mayardit working for reconciliation, unity, reforms, transformation, development and prosperity of nation, particularly at this time of post diffracted warring conflicts.

South Sudan will continue to support your efforts as you move deliberately along this path

I wish you every success in your new position.

Sincerely,

Professor Joseph Alia Lakweri Ajawang

SPLM/A (IO) AMBASSADOR TO ANGOLA

Contact email:crreiosplmangola.rep@gmail.com

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