Amadi, 12th July 2017. The governor of Amadi state in Western Equatoria region says the National Steering Committee for national Dialogue should prioritize to achieve good security, peace and development in South Sudan.
Joseph Ngere Pasiko is the Governor of Amadi state, he says his State has registered a number of success which include the re-open of 162 schools and some health facilities are operational very well.
He mentions that the road connecting Amadi state to Jubek state and Maridi state is accessible with only few insecurity cases on the road more especially Mundri- Maridi roads.
Governor Ngere is accusing some armed men who pay alliance to former Vice President Dr. Riek Machar of causing insecurity in some areas like, Bangala, Karika and Robo that are still experiencing some disturbances.
Citizens are expecting the national dialogue to address the root causes of the development in the State and the South Sudan at large he says.
He urges all south Sudanese to unite so as to address their grievances in peace in order to pave way for development and stability in the country.
In other development, the Governor is expected to open Amadi State Legislative Assembly on 19 of the Month, he reveals.
Governor Ngere was speaking from Amadi state capital to Anisa FM Radio in a telephone interview.