there http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-users-list-table.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 150%;”>The Inspector General of Police Gen. Pieng Deng announced at the Independence celebrations on Wednesday that the curfew has been uplifted but only for the day’s event for South Sudanese and capital city to enable people enjoy the third independence anniversary celebrations.
viagra geneva;”> “I am happily saying here now that there is no curfew today in Juba. Our citizens should enjoy till morning today and everyone should remain confident,” said Gen. Deng, attracting wild jubilations from thousands who converged at Dr Garang Mausoleum to mark the 3rd independence celebrations.
A 12-hours curfew (6pm to 6am local time) was imposed on Juba by President Salva Kiir on December 16 after the sporadic gunfire among Neur and Dinka in the elite presidential guards on 15th that resulted into the 6-month war.
The curfew was in April relaxed to six hours (11pm to 6am) when the UPDF and SPLA momentarily ruled out the possibility of rebels capturing Juba.
However, the curfew was again reviewed to 12 hours (6pm-6am) last week in a bid to boost security in the capital city.