South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (JUBA CITY)
JUBA – Achai Wiir, the prominent South Sudan businesswoman has gifted a poor South Sudan traffic police officer who has been praised for commitment to his work on busy Juba streets, with a brand new car.
George Kenyi has been standing in the hot Juba sun from the earlier morning hours to late night to coordinate traffic in a city where traffic lights are rare.
In a social media Facebook post, Wiir said she was offered “small” car to a man many believes has been “forgotten” by the government.
“Mr. George Kenyi has won everyone’s heart in Juba including me. For those who came across him, this gentleman without any doubts is the only traffic officer in Juba who executes his duties diligently with profession and passion,” the businesswoman wrote in a post seen by Sudans Post.
“Kenyi deserves an award for committing and dedicating himself to his job regardless of the disturbing challenges that come forth. And for that matter, I’m going to reward him with a small car as an appreciation for his nationalism. .
“The car will play a big role to him; commute from his house to the workplace and also for emergency purposes and many others.”
Achai Wiir has been praised for her well gestures of promoting peace among South Sudanese and has been gifting artists who promise to sing for peace in the country and has also been helping those who seek treatment but could not afford.
She owns a modeling company in the country’s capital and has got a large number of fans.
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