Yei Governor asks parliament to ban idleness
Radio Easter
Saturday, September 17, 2016 - 15:26
The Governor of Yei River State has requested the state legislative
assembly to enact laws to deal with idlers.

Governor David Lokonga Moses suggests that any person found idling
should be taken to court or fined, Radio Easter reports.

This will end laziness and make young people productive in serving the
state, he believes.

Governor Lokonga made the call during the inauguration of Yei
Transitional Legislative Assembly on Friday.

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