February 5, 2012 Oye! Times By JUMA JOHN STEPHEN
WORLD NEWS Juba, Republic of South Sudan.
”]Traders in Konyokonyo market in Juba woke up last Thursday only to find bulldozers waiting for the 10 O’clock deadline to start demolishing their business premises.
“We need cooperation from the citizens to make sure that Juba is well organized in terms of its markets, roads and residential areas just like other cities.” said Vincent Kujo, the Chairman for the Demolition Committee.
“Konyokonyo is one of the oldest markets in Juba and the dirtiest of all. Demolishing it was an achievement to pave way for proper construction so that the traders can operate in good conditions,” Kujo added.
The Traders Union of Konyokonyo market invited the City Council of Juba to promptly carryout the demolition for a suitable market set up.
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