26 April 2012

Sudan: Chamber of Commerce Raises Contributions to Support SPLA

The Chairman Chamber of Commerce, Benjamin Bol Deng met with the members of the chamber which included the seven national units under their supervision in Juba.

The purpose of the meeting was to assist the SPLA and civilians who are in the border areas by the Chamber of Commerce through contributions by all the businessmen both wholesalers and retailers in all Juba markets.

He said, during the meeting some of them contributed amounts of money, food items, cooking oil and other basic items.

According to William Akwoch a member of the chamber, the seven national units of the organization including the national security are now for two days working in Juba markets of Konyo Konyo, Malakia, Juba, Jebel, Gumbo, Gudele, Munuki, Libya, Custom and even those of Boda boda for contributions.

In Konyo Konyo and Malakia markets the team chairman is Losidik Lukak Legge and in Juba market the team chairman is Al-Tayed Yousif Akasha.

All the committees' advisors work under the instructions, laws and rules of South Sudan Chamber of Commerce (SSCCIA) which had issued to all those involved ID cards.

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