Posted by: APO | 13 January 2020

Pibor residents upbeat after rehabilitation of area airstrip by Korean UN peacekeepers (By Mach Samuel)

A bottle of water retails at 200 South Sudanese pounds or SSP (just under $1) in Boma area’s Pibor town. But that is a smaller matter. To get any kind of medical service, each member of the area’s impoverished population must have no less than 30,000 SSP ($100). “Even soda sells at 500 SSP. All commodities now have become expensive. A kilogram of sugar now is 1000 SSP and maize flour is 1000SSP… Read more on https://africa-newsroom.com/press/pibor-residents-upbeat-after-rehabilitation-of-area-airstrip-by-korean-un-peacekeepers-by-mach-samuel?lang=en


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