Dabe, who represents Ngepo Payam in Kajokeji County, said the appointments will only add to the biting economic strain.
“This is a complete violation of the State Constitution which says in article 105 that the government should have three advisors. But now six others have been appointed, making it nine”, said Dabe.
He said the appointments are not economically viable as the state faces several economic challenges ranging from improper roads, inadequate education and health services among others.
Early this month the Central Equatoria State Governor Clement Wani Konga appointed nine advisors in his new government.
Advisors were appointed to the following positions: Special Affairs, Political Affairs, Security, Economics, Gender, Animal Resources and Fisheries among others. In the previous government there were only three advisors on: Gender, Security and Political Affairs.