Zuleikha Abdul Raziq
Khartoum- National Prime Minister Mutaz Musa has affirmed concern of the government with the livelihood of the people and ensuring the flow of basic commodities, and their management and delivery to the citizens, directing preparing analytical study for the basic food commodities to identify the optimum means for their provision. The Prime Minister chaired at the secretariat general of the cabinet here Sunday a meeting on the workers markets for sales at reduced prices through electronic payment, affirming his support to all plans and programs of the Sudan Workers Trade Unions Federation (SWTUF) for providing the basic commodities to the workers.
SWTUF Chairman Engineer Yusuf Abdel-Karim, on his part, pointed out that the workers markets for sales at reduced prices through electronic payment are open for all the public, noting that the federation would start opening model markets on Wednesday inside the International Fair of Khartoum coinciding with the 36th session of the fair. The National Prime Minister launched Sunday the first market adopting electronic payment system in Khartoum State at Al Kalakla area in Jebel Awlia Locality, in the presence of the Minister of Information and Communications, the State Minister at the Council of Ministers and the Governor of the Central Bank of Sudan (CBOS).
CBOS Governor Dr. Mohamed Khair Al Zubair said at the inauguration ceremony of the market that the step comes in the context of dissemination of the culture of electronic payment among the citizens, affirming that the bank endeavors to develop the system in collaboration with the specialized bodies.
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