The National Anti-Corruption Commission has said that more government officials including army personnel are filing their assets, capitals and liabilities, after President Kiir extended the period until the end of March. Commissioner, Alisama Wani, told Radio Miraya that the Anti-Corruption Commission has sent the forms to the states that did not receive them before and stressed that officials who fail to fill the forms will face the law. In related matter the Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan, Riek Machar, has officially declared his personal income, assets and liabilities while calling on all constitutional post-holders in the country to do the same. Machar issued a public statement on Tuesday following his receipt of a certificate from the Anti-Corruption Commission which commended the VP for declaring his net worth and completing the declaration form. He provided the commission with information on his income and assets he owns around the world such as houses, lands, and vehicles and the dates he acquired them along with supporting documents. The Anti-Corruption Commission has furnished a form to all the constitutional post-holders and senior civil servants in the country on which they are required declare their net worth to the taskforce. It will also include employees working in non-governmental organizations. The disclosure must also include income and assets for spouses and children as well and is to be filed every year.