Governor promises to cover university fees for young artist who drew his portrait

Governor Adil meets young artist Mayen Kuol Mayen at his office and promises to pay his full university tuition

CES Gubernatorial Press Unit

The Central Equatoria State Governor has promised to pay full university fees for Mayen Kuol Mayen, a young artist who has drawn his portrait picture.

“Governor Emmanuel Adil Anthony has encouraged Mayen Kuol Mayen to continue with his artistic works as well as his studies at the University of Juba, as he immediately shouldered responsibility for full payment of his tuition fees,” said the gubernatorial press unit in a Facebook post.

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Speaking to the gubernatorial press after presenting this considerable gift to the leadership,Mr. Kuol asserted that his dream is to see others happy if given a position of influence and thanked the governor for his heart of generosity as well as for leading the people of this great state to the path of sustainable peace and development.


“ My dream is always to see others happy, especially the street children, if given any position of influence,” says Mayen.

Mayen Kuol studies at the University of Juba.

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