The ministers of agriculture, environment, and forest, and local government and law enforcement agencies appeared before the Central Equatoria State assembly to answer concerns about rampant logging in Kajo-Keji County. The ministers and Kajo-Keji County Commissioner were summoned by the house two weeks ago to answer serious concerns raised by lawmakers about the persistent logging in Kajo-Keji County despite an executive order banning logging activities.
The governor of Western Equatoria State Monday this week issued a gubernatorial order for fresh registration of logging equipment to curb rampant illegal logging in the state. Governor Gen. Alfred Futuyo Karaba in his order seen by the Radio Tamazuj on Tuesday ordered all logging companies in the state to register their equipment.
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