Governor Asks Forces To Protect Civilians In The State of Wau, South Sudan

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The Governor of Wau State, Elias Waya Nyipuoch has today instructed the State special forces, police, wildlife, fire brigade and prison services teams to ensure the protection of civilians in the State.
01 March 2016

Governor of Wau State, Elias Waya Nyipuoch.[File photo]

By James Deng Dimo

Addressing the forces at the police training headquarter in Wau, Waya urged the forces to use their professional techniques in combating night crimes.

“Today’s meeting is about the night patrol issue and this issue did not come out from nothing but it has come out from the meeting of the security committee that we conducted. We sat last Friday and we reviewed all reports including the security technique of the State. So we came up with the order that the previous night patrol team which comprises the special forces, is the one that is going to control security in Wau by all possible means,” said Waya.

The Governor said that insecurity has increased in the State with reports of 3 bodies being found in Khor-Ghana, 2 others were killed on Monday and a 16 year old killed next to the barracks but unknown people in Bushere.

“When I asked who killed the boy, people said unknown killers, these killers will be known,” said Waya.

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