Kiir tells Terekeka residents they have made a lot of “requests” for services

President Kiir speaking in Terekeka on Monday (File/Supplied/Nyamilepedia)

February 27th 2019 (Nyamilepedia) – South Sudan President,  Salva Kiir Mayardiit, told Mundari people of Terekeka state on Monday that they have made a lot of requests for services.

This come after the South Sudanese leader kicks of his week-long tour to the country’s region of Bahr Al-Ghazal.

“You have asked for many things,  your requests are so many. You said you don’t have hospitals, you said you don’t have schools. You said you don’t have secondary school. You said you don’t have water, these are so many,” Kiir said.

“I will not approve these school [requests] today,  but we have educational authorities who will come to you and talk to you on this matter,” he added.

Love each other

Kiir further urged the Terekeka residents to love each other with their neighbors and to put their hand togathe to enforce the peace agreement if they have accepted it.

“I can tell you that if you have accepted this peace [agreement], the last peace [agreement], then you have to put your hand togather for the sake of this peace and love each other [so] there is no fighting again,” he added.