Commissioner Urges Citizens To Work Hard

Prof. Ben Yengi is currently establishing a private health center in Kajokeji to improve health service provision in the county. Last week he received a delegation of 28 US doctors who came to open the center. [Gurtong | File]

Prof. Ben Yengi was addressing hundreds of Christians at Gusene Parish, Juba after arriving from Kajokeji.

He said the challenges in the county and South Sudan at large can only be overcome through hard work.

“Please I want you to always work very hard,” Prof. Ben said. “The developments cannot happen without your involvement,” he stressed.

Yengi who has always in many occasions called for the full involvement of the citizens into the national building said that building the nation is a corporate responsibility that needs the full participation of everyone.

He encouraged the youth for their fruitful contribution in building moral values in the church and called them to progress further, urging them to put the Lord first in everything they do.

Ben Yengi is currently establishing a private health center in Kajokeji in a bid to improve health service provision in the county. Last week he received a delegation of 28 US doctors who came to open the center.

He said the center will offer classic medical services and urged senior government officials who travel abroad to rather travel to Kajokeji to acquire cost-effective services in the center.

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