Yambio, 9th April 2018. Butchers in Gbudue are complaining that insecurity on roads bordering the state is making it very hard for them to import goods from the neighboring states.
Atef Awad Shata Rungo, a butcher at Masia market, says previously prices of goats were better than now.
He says due to insecurity on some roads to Wau State, it is impossible for them to import goats to the Gbudue.
The butcher appeals to the national government to work hard to bring sustainable peace in the country so that citizens can resume cross border trade.
Mathew Sead Gbebrangu, Chairperson of butchers in Gbudue State, urges the Wildlife Conservation to control poachers from killing wild animals.
He adds that due to the country’s economical crisis; the price of meat in butchery is so high, making it hard for citizens to afford.
No one is allowed to kill wild animals according to South Sudan, says Brigadier Jonathan Nayer, Director General of Wildlife and Conservation.