This article was last updated on May 25, 2022
Joseph Anei Madoor Maluac-dit, the public and political affairs officer in the governor’s office said that the reports have intention to tarnish the image of the state governor as the state ministers have not been deprived from conducting their routine business.
“Truly speaking, you would of no doubts be interested to hear from me that those were a typical allegations stirred and moulded by unprincipled politicians with deliberate ill intentions to tarnish the image of our state governor,” Madoor said.
He added that Governor’s office is accessible to every citizen of the state as their constitutional right because she is people’s elected governor mandated to assumes such public offices whereas there is no point of such befitting allegations that she has avoided interactions especially with those whom she bestowed upon them a trust of delivering a services at this capacity of state government as ministers.
“The current state government under the leadership of Madam Nyandeng Malek is being ideally rated by the whole communities of state as the best among equals because the nature of a cabinet peculiarly reflects the state diversity as all tribes and sections are fully represented in the system, the good system to which the olden grudges and divisive policies created by the previous administrations where people were divided on the basis of sections were tremendously burnt to dashes and ashes by her government,” Madoor added.
The state governors in South Sudan are set to follow President Salva Kiir’s move and dissolve their respective cabinets to form lean governments.
Already, Eastern Equatoria and Unity states have announced new lean state cabinets with Western Bahr el Ghazal state governor having dissolved his cabinet last week, reducing the state ministries to nine.