WES Community Uninformed On New Transitional Constitution

Mr. Martin Modir Ngorowoo is optimistic to train his constituents on the new constitution [©Gurtong]

Mr. Martin Modir Ngorowoo is optimistic to train his constituents on the new constitution [©Gurtong]The constitution is the supreme law of the state therefore it must be respected and abided by everyone.

Mr. Martin Modir Ngorowoo, the chairperson of information committee and culture at the WES legislative assembly told Gurtong of his plans to travel to his county in Maridi in order to sensitize his constituents and let their voices heard.

Modir said that this will allow the majority to know their rights and how to exploit the existing resources that surrounds them.

He is optimistic that he will make them understand the constitution since it’s been drafted in English language yet most of them understand Arabic and local languages.

Some of the challenges likely to affect his efforts include the cost of printing many copies, transportation costs, poor road infrastructure, and translation of the constitution into local languages.

Modir urged his fellow legislators to visit their respective counties and carry out a similar exercise in the implementation constitution and civic education.

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