Developing Story: Major General James Hoth Mai appointed SPLA new Chief of Staff

(Juba,NSV)--Reports coming from Juba say Major General James Hoth Mai will be the new SPLA Chief of Staff. This news is coming one day after word of cabinet reshuffle was leaked to the media.

Prior to this latest reshuffling by GOSS president Kiir, Mr. James Hoth was the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics. He is replacing Oyai Deng Ajak, who was the chief of Staff.

According to the reshuffle line-up released yesterday, Mr. Oyai Deng Ajak will take up new role as the minsiter of Regional cooperation in the Goverment of Southern Sudan(GOSS).

 Ministerial postions before reshuffle:
Mr Paul Mayom Akech, Minister of Internal Affairs
Mr Kuol Athian Mawien, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning
Dr Barnaba Marial Benjamin, Minister of Regional Cooperation
Mr David Deng Athorbei, Minister of Transport and Roads
Mr Anthony Lino Makana, Minister of Commerce and Industry
Professor Philip Yona Jambi, Minister of Cooperatives and Rural Development
Mr Gabriel Changson Chang, Minister of Information and Broadcasting
Mr Gier Chuang Aluong, Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services
Ms Mary Kiden Kimbo, Minister of Gender, Social Welfare and Religious Affairs
General (Rtd) Albino Akol Akol, Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports

Ministerial postions after reshuffle:
Mr Gier Chuang Aluong, Minister of Internal Affairs
Mr David Deng Athorbei, Minister of Finance and Economic Planning
Mr Oyai Deng Ajak, Minister for Regional Cooperation
Mr Anthony Lino Makana, Minister of Transport and Roads
Dr Barnaba Marial Benjamin, Minister of Commerce and Industry
Mr Peter Abdel-Rahaman Sule, Minister for Cooperatives and Rural Development
Mr Paul Mayom Akech, Minister of Information and Broadcasting
Mr Madut Biar, Minister for Telecommunications and Postal Services
Mr Gabriel Changson Chang, Minister for Culture, Youth and Sports

Stay tuned as The New Sudan Vision awaits further develoments and confirmation involving cabinet reshuffle out of southern Sudan.

 

 


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