University Campus Suspends Lectures Indefinitely

This article was last updated on May 26, 2022

Speaking to Gurtong today, the University dean and current University acting director, Daniel Opio Akau, said they have closed down University activities as a result of the ongoing insecurity in the country.

“The suspension is that the general situation in the Republic of South Sudan is not giving a good atmosphere for the University to continue going ahead with its activities,” Akau said.

The suspension across the country came after the top University administration in Juba under the leadership of University vice chancellor Mathew Pagan decided to close down its activities and monitor the general situation in south Sudan.

Akau said the letter extended to them in Wau indicated that the campus in Western Bahr el Ghazal state will remain closed until further notice.

He said the turnout of students at the Catholic Juba University has indicated their is risk to continue operating in the country.

“We free that our students might be in other ways round get affected as the ongoing violence in the country have positively affected the whole nation,” he said.

Akau urged the Catholic University students across the country to remain calm and understand that soon the general situation in the country will improve as they will resume their normal lectures.

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