Radio Don Bosco
Local alcohol brewers and sellers complain that the government should not stop the business for them to earn their bread.
One of the sellers told journalists that the ban affect parents because they get money to pay the school fees of their children and buy food, Radio Don Bosco reports.
Deputy town mayor Valentino Machar Ater told the sellers that there are many ways of earning living.
He said “the money you use to buy, sugar, yeast, flour to prepare alcohol can let you buy any other thing for different business to earn more money”.
Tonj government authorities banned alcohol brewing and sale on January 18.
It ordered the organized forces to pour out any alcohol found in the houses or markets.