Governor Lobong sacks Kapoeta town investment boss

Eastern Equatoria State governor, Gen. Louis lobong Lojore, issued two orders on Tuesday evening, one sacking the chairperson of the State Investment Corporation of Kapoeta town, Martin Ngoya Lorika, and another appointing Titus Lokwachuma Loteam in the position.
The sacked chairperson was appointed in July this year but was sacked by decree without reasons being given.
The newly appointed press secretary in the office of the governor, Aliandro Lotok, read the two decrees for the relief and appointment on state-owned radio, 97.5 FM, on the Tuesday evening news bulletin.
“I, Louis Lobong Lojore, Governor of Eastern Equatoria State do hereby issue this executive order for the relieve of Mr. martin Ngoya Lorika as chairperson of the State Investment Corporation of Kapoeta town issued under my hand and the seal of Eastern Equatoria State, this 29th day of December in the year 2020 A.D,” the order read in part.
The second decree appointed Titus Lokwachuma Loteam as the incoming Chairperson and read, “I, Louis Lobong Lojore, Governor of Eastern Equatoria State do hereby issue this executive order for the appointment of Mr. Titus Lokwachuma Loteam as chairperson of the State Investment Corporation of Kapoeta town.”
Titus Lokwachuma Loteam, was the former finance minister in the now-defunct Kapoeta state.
The orders both came into effect on 29th December 2020.

Source: Radio Tamazuj