China donates 38 computers to South Sudan

South Sudanese and Chinese flags. Photo: File

Juba, April 5, 2018 (SSNA) — The embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Juba on Thursday announced a donation of 38 computers to South Sudanese government, saying the computers will go directly to the ruling Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM).

China’s Charge de Affairs, Liu Xiaodong, told China-run Xinhua that Beijing and Juba are “highly complementary” and that the two nations cooperate in many fields.

Xiaodong added that the SPLM will be able to connect with its officials who operate in South Sudan’s remote areas.

SPLM’s acting Secretary General, Jemma Nun Kamba, said the donation will support their offices in Juba and states.

Kamba praises the Chinese ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) party. She calls CPC “role model,” adding that SPLM should learn from the Chinese communist party.

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