The Uganda community in South Sudan is complaining of excessive charges imposed on them in the name of visa by the directorate of nationality, passport and immigration.
The complainants who met their Ambassador on Friday say they are charged $100 every month as payment for visa.
They also say they have to pay extra taxes to the city council including money for garbage collection in which the collection is not done.
The business community calls up on the government of South to cooperate with the Ugandan citizens in the country in order for them to smoothly carry out their activities.
Efforts to gain comments from the directorate of nationality, passport and immigration by Bakhita radio were unseccessful.