- 22/01/2022 16:03:48
- 16/01/2022 16:54:12
El Fasher Jan.6(SUNA)-The Wali (governor) of North Darfur State, Mohamed Hassan Arabi said lack of money, absence of prosecutions and court in vast areas of the State heightening of culture of unaccountability and absence of state authority were the main reasons that impeded police forces to pursue criminals in many localities of the state.
This came a series of meetings he held during his field visit Tuesday to localities of Al Tina, Ambaro, Kornoi which last for one day and in which he was accompanied by several members of the State government security committee.
Arabi pointed out that the State government would immediately start securing the trade road that links capital of State with localities of Kutum-Ambarao-Kornoi-Al Tina without waiting formation of the peacekeeping force as security preservation, securing the voluntary repatriation for displaced people are responsibility of the state government .
He unveiled the Public Prosecution commitment to appoint a prosecutor in any of the three localities.
The Wal of North Darfur State also announced his government resolve to hold an inclusive meeting with heads of native administration in the State to seek ways of development of native administration , affirming at the same time increase of salaries of heads of the native administration to 20 thousand pounds as of next month..
The Wali supported water service project in Ambaro locality and another 10 million pounds a 50,000 pounds for the Locality’s’ youth center.
The Wali, earlier , announced support of three million pounds for security and service in Kornoi locality.
Head of native administration in Kornoi Locality, Adam Sabi Al Tegani and Adam Ishaq representative of people of Ambaro underscored stability of security situations in the two localities thanks to efforts made by the native administration, underlining solidarity of native administration and people of the two localities with security organs for keeping security.
The two leaders of native administration demanded the state government to rehabilitate service facilities which were destroyed by the war so that the two localities be attractive for displaced persons and refugees to return.