Tawer directs leaders of Native Administration to Solve Port Sudan’s Dispute
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Member of Sovereign Council, Prof. Siddig Tawer directs chieftains in South Kordofan State to exert efforts to contain and stifle sedition erupted between tribes of Beni Amer and Nuba in Port Sudan city, capital of the Red Sea State , stressing importance of containment of the dispute so as not spread to other areas.
Tawer, who received on Saturday leaders of national administration in South Kordofan State who presented an initiative on resolution of the crisis in Port Sudan, thanked the chieftains and underlined that their initiative would be welcomed by the disputing parties.
He directed the chieftains to consider views and ideas of youth , indicating to importance of giving more attention to youth and finding solution to their problems in order to help them to abandon the negative phenomenon such as abuse of drugs and unemployment through education, guidance and advice.
Member of Sovereign Council added that the interim government would pay attention to peace file and issue of illegal weapons.