In July the flood displaced residents in Panaru, Payuel, Duk-Padiet, Mareng, Panyang and Pagak.
“The people are now still waiting for the medicines since June and as I am talking now there is outbreak of the malaria diseases in the area,” he said.
He said the county has only one hospital and three clinics and only Payuel Clinic is working.
He said there is no mobility and taking drugs in rainy season can only be done by a helicopter.
“I received the message from Pibor County commissioner that the militia groups are moving towards the areas of Bor, Twic East and Duk Counties. And this morning I heard that there are some foot prints coming toward these areas and the South Sudan army is now following them,” Wuor said.
“The SPLA are ready but I talked to the executive director so that they keep patrolling between Poktap, Panyang and Padiet and the areas around,” he said.