Mobile Networks, Manufacturers and retailers put enormous effort into marketing and advertising, often making grandiose claims about their affordable product or services in the Republic of South Sudan. 

But as long as these claims aren't overtly deceptive (or flat-out false) they're typically legal. The motive of this post is about deceptive commercial practices in South Sudan Liberal Market Economy.

"A deceptive trade practice is activity by an individual or business that is meant to mislead or lure the public into purchasing a product or services. False advertising and odometer tampering are two of the most blatant examples of commercial fraud".(see sections 7 & 8) of the consumer protection Act. This also amounts to denial to access information by zero income consumers which definitely falls under unfair trade practices provided under the Supra mentioned provisions.

Networks we have herein South Sudan are fraudulent Networks which deserve to be shown the exit gate where their sister Vivacell exited.

This mistreatment of customers or consumers comes as a result that the South Sudanese consumers are not aware of their rights and procedures to obtain accurate and unbiased information about the products and services and make the best choice and therefore, the consumer protection agencies and concerned organizations should organize and undertake campaigns, lectures or other forms of activities that may lead to increased public consumer awareness, enlightenment and conduct public information campaigns for the purpose of educating and advising consumers in relation to consumer protection and welfare as provided under section 13 of South Sudan Consumer Protection Act 2011.

In a nutshell, I on behalf of South Sudan Uninformed Consumers do hereby denounce the decision of NCA and call upon the National Consumer Protection Council under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Trade and R-TNLA to urgently intervene in causing the permanent injunctive relief for the withdrawal of this merciless decision before Sept 15th, 2022.

Without this relief granted accordingly, we shall be left with no options but to take the matter to court of applicable jurisdiction to decide on it.


Please accept the assurance of our highest consideration.


Gabriel Kuot & Co. Advocates

"We Speak Law Fluently"

 📱+211 926 100 082

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