South Sudan

900 Ugandans Sneaked Out Of Juba

diagnosis geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>According to our sources, more about countless Ugandans are stuck in Juba, stranded and starving as the conflict between government forces and mutineers continues.

“Most Ugandans in juba are hiding in houses and other hideouts without food or hope for rescue,” a source told Chimpreports.

We also learnt that those businessmen who can access communications means managed to make private arrangements with their Ugandan colleagues who hired vehicles and set off for Sudan on a rescue mission.

“Buses and trucks have managed to access the border Nimule and picked up those who could make it to the border,” a source added.

Chimpreports has just contacted the Deputy Police Spokesperson, Patrick Onyango, who confirmed that 14 buses picked Ugandan businessmen from the border Nimule and ushered them into their different places of origin.

“I have also been informed by intelligence that more than 25 trucks left for juba with food stuffs today,” Onyango stated.

Our South Sudan sources have again confirmed that Juba is still not safe to enter and leave anyhow.

“It is a question of luck for the few who have managed to sneak out. I don’t know how things will turn out tomorrow,” a source said.

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