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NilePet Deputy Director speaks out against corruption

Author: Eye Radio Reporter | Published: Friday, October 13, 2023

Martha Nyamal Choat, Deputy Managing Director of NilePet. (-)

The Deputy Managing Director of Nile Petroleum Corporation has spoken out against corruption while cautioning South Sudanese against encouraging their working associates to loot public resources before they are sacked.

Martha Nyamal Choat said the state oil firm is the backbone of South Sudan’s economy and warned alleged individuals who see it as a place to get money and run away.

Nyamal also said those criticizing and calling for removing a public postholder have been encouraging public resource looting.

She calls South Sudanese to be tolerant and supportive of each other when handed a position in a public institution to enable the country to develop.

“I also want the youth to support us at Nilepet, because when we see Nilepet as a place where we go and loot or get money and run away, we are killing the country,” Nyamal said addressing a group of youth in Juba.

She further said: “Actually, putting someone to work there for six months and (people) start running and wanting to remove this and that, of course, they will loot. Even you (officials) are being advised, my friend, don’t sleep, you are going very soon, eat. Are we there to eat or are we there to work.”

“Let us support one another, if someone is leading and is not doing right, we face them with reality, my friend you are not doing good here.”

“Let us advise one another, not throwing one another away because there is no river for bad people, so let’s train one another.”

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