Police Assures Citizens Of Safety

This article was last updated on May 25, 2022

He also assured of more efforts being taken to beep up security measures.

“South Sudan National Police Service (SSNPS) is committed to its mandate and vision. Therefore, SSNPS is working day and night to prevent, combated and investigate crimes, maintain law and order, protect live and property, and uphold and enforce the Constitution and the law,” James told the journalists in Juba today.

“If we shall be deploying more police they-(public) should be comfortable,” he added. “We are telling people to fill normal whether in Juba or in any part of South Sudan.”

Yesterday a tension rocked the capital following a gunshot by a police man who was quelling a dispute between two men in Konyokonyo market south of Juba town.

The situation which led to closure of all shops increased tension and compelled for deployment of more military police at the area.

South Sudan Inspector General of Police yesterday said police are in full control of the situation and dismissed rumours that there were riots.

Following the announcement of the changes in the government, more police have been deployed in several parts of the capital and especially key government institutions, the ministries. Other paths in the city have remained controlled during night hours. 

Security has continued to be tight ahead of awaited new cabinet to be announced by the President Salva Kiir.

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