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Waiting Terminal in South Sudan

Poor infrastructure development in South Sudan a big problem. With a 90 percent of the population being rural based. The lack of roads and poor air-transport facilities and other sectors have accepted people progress and development badly. Despite being a oil producing country, majority of the people are living in poverty, hunger and diseases, no housing or access to water, education or social security. The people in government are busy looting the oil money to enrich themselves, their friends and close relatives. Their homes are in Europe, America, Arab countries, other African countries Uganda,Kenya and Sudan,Egypt.

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