Informed sources in the Presidency denied any reshuffle in the Ministries of Interior or Foreign Affairs, while they affirmed that the Current Minister of Investment, Malik Agar will be nominated as Wali of Blue Nile State.
The said sources described to Sudan Vision Daily, as inaccurate and baseless, what has been circulated in the city as to the appointment of Dr. Mansour Khalid in replacement of the current Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Lam Akol. They said that usually any reshuffle is done in consultation between the President of the Republic and his First Vice President Salva Kiir Mayardit. They further affirmed that a Republican Decree will be issued in the forth coming days appointing Malik Agar Governor to Blue Nile State.
Same sources told the paper that SPLM is conducting wide consultations to nominate one of its members minister of investment in lieu of the outgoing minister.
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