Demand a report from communities impacted by floods, the South Sudanese urged MPs.
South Sudanese have urged MPs to get reports from communities via the MPs who represent them. MPs from flood-affected constituencies should also present their findings.
They are the ones who are most familiar with the intricacies of what their loved ones are going through. The majority of South Sudanese inquired.
Many communities, for example, are still enraged about Peter Mayen’s ministry’s recent ten-million-dollar waste. For example, Roubkona was one of the worst-affected villages by the recent floods, although there has been no government engagement on the ground; if it hadn’t been for UNMISS, everyone would have been submerged by now.
Recently, the national legislature urged two ministers who were summoned before the House to provide statistics on the country’s flood condition to return with detailed findings.
The MPs determined that the presentations made yesterday by the ministries of humanitarian affairs and disaster management, as well as health, did not cover all of the flood-affected areas.
The Deputy Speaker of the Assembly, Oyet Nathaniel, urged that the two ministers, as well as the ministries of finance and planning, environment and forestry, and water and irrigation, return before the chamber with accurate reports.