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400, 000 people to access clean drinking water

Author : | Published: Friday, August 28, 2015

The Central Equatoria State government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a German firm to provide clean drinking water to more than 400,000 people in Juba town.

It is not clear how much the project will cost but the Chief Executive Officer of the Celler Brunnenbau Company, Dirk wietfield says it will finish within two years but the implementation will start soon.

“Two years is not long time and we have to see how quick we can start, because not everything is done from the technical side and government.” said Wietfeldt.

“I hope we can start very soon so that we can finish the first part of this big project in the next two years”

The Governor of Central Equatoria State, Juma Ali, who also chaired the signing ceremony urged the company to fully implement the project.

“I very happy to have you here today take a courage and let this signing not to just be in paper, let it be implemented the way it was signed,” said Governor Ali.

It was not clear what the company will get in return for supplying clean water to the residents of Juba.

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