Yambio, 12th July 2017. One of the foreign businessmen in Yambio spoke to Anisa FM Radio on how business is diminishing in Yambio due to the current situation in South Sudan.
Mulat Obama is Ethiopian by nationality says he imported food stuffs like Sugar, rice, cooking oil, flour and salt and sell them in wholesale at Yambio open market.
He reveals that in his shop he is selling 50 kg of sugar at around six thousand Pounds.
In comparison, he says business currently in Yambio is not giving any profit but more loose compared to previous years.
He says foreign traders nowadays are spending most of their profit for renting and feeding.
Mulat appeals to South Sudanese to pray hard to God so that the economic crisis in South Sudan may change to positive ones and South Sudanese Pounds may get value against USA Dollars.
For South Sudanese to save their Country against total collapse all citizens must go to cultivate and produce sufficient food supply, he observes.
In the other development, Mulat urges the citizens of Gbudue State and South Sudan at large to cooperate with all foreign traders who are bringing goods to South Sudan.
He appeals to the government of Gbudue state to support the foreigners by building good cooperation with them and provide security to them.