South Sudan

30 Soldiers Arrested In Juba New Year Shootings

Many South Sudanese are in the habit of shooting bullets to welcome the new year

Government has come in the open on the military cut of former spymaster Gen David Sejusa this morning, viagra buy web http://citrusresearch.org/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-response.php saying that he is safer that way.

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Our reporter Kenneth Kazibwe said journalists at the scene were blocked from taking pictures of the heavy deployment before being asked to leave.

Some of the Military Policemen at Sejusa's Home

Some of the Military Policemen at Sejusa’s Home this morning

Government Spokesperson Ofwono Opondo a couple of hours later confirmed that Sejusa has been put under confinement for reasons he didn’t divulge.

Opondo tweeted, “Renegade and bellicose Gen David Sejusa has been put under confinement by the UPDF, and he is safer that way #UPDF disciplined force”

He went on, “The days of naked impunity by military officers in Uganda is long gone, if Gen Sejusa had forgotten disciplined force”

Sujusa Politicla Orgnaistion, Free Uganda ealeir issued a statement claiming that the Gneral had been denied chance to speak to any people including his lawyers.

Free Uganda continues to re-assure all Ugandans and the whole world that this intimidation and harassment will not divert the liberation platform from its set mission of calling for change in the way Uganda is governed.

Sejusa on Thursday said at a press conference that he does not fear being arrested and that he would fight on for good governance and respect for human rights.

It is still widely held that Sejusa will be dragged to the court martial to face charges of treason, spreading harmful Propaganda, desertion and planning insurrection.
Government has come in the open on the military cut of former spymaster Gen David Sejusa this morning, symptoms http://demo.des.net.id/smpharapankita/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php saying that he is safer that way.

Sejusa’s home was this morning surrounded by Military officials, buy more about in the presence of UPDF land Forces, viagra 100mg Col Leopold Kyanda.

Our reporter Kenneth Kazibwe said journalists at the scene were blocked from taking pictures of the heavy deployment before being asked to leave.

Some of the Military Policemen at Sejusa's Home

Some of the Military Policemen at Sejusa’s Home this morning

Government Spokesperson Ofwono Opondo a couple of hours later confirmed that Sejusa has been put under confinement for reasons he didn’t divulge.

Opondo tweeted, “Renegade and bellicose Gen David Sejusa has been put under confinement by the UPDF, and he is safer that way #UPDF disciplined force”

He went on, “The days of naked impunity by military officers in Uganda is long gone, if Gen Sejusa had forgotten disciplined force”

Sujus’s Political Organisation, Free Uganda earlier issued a statement claiming that the General had been denied chance to speak to any person including his lawyers.

“Free Uganda continues to re-assure all Ugandans and the whole world that this intimidation and harassment will not divert the liberation platform from its set mission of calling for change in the way Uganda is governed,” read the statement.

Sejusa on Thursday said at a press conference that he does not fear being arrested and that he would fight on for good governance and respect for human rights.

It is still widely held that Sejusa will be dragged to the court martial to face charges of treason, spreading harmful Propaganda, desertion and planning insurrection.
A total of 32 South Sudanese National army SPLA officers have been arrested in connection with the random shootings in the capital Juba on Wednesday night and Thursday morning while welcoming the New Year 2015.

It is a norm in the world`s youngest nation for now over decade, capsule http://danmarknorge.org/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader.php for people to fire gunshots into air celebrating the entry to another year.

The capital only registered the fewest cases in 2013 due to a bloody internal war that engulfed the nation on 15th December that year. On Wednesday however things went back to normal and suburbs in the city experienced mainly AK47 shots.

The chairman Juba Joint Security Committee, cialis 40mg Gen. Marial Chinuong confirmed to journalists in a press briefing on Thursday that a number of their own officers are in custody over the incident.

The Internal Affairs Ministry had prohibited gunshots on the eve of New Year.

“We have so far arrested over 30 soldiers for involving in the banned gun celebrations that was again unfortunately witnessed last night.” Gen. Marial said a press briefing on Thursday morning.

Gen. Marial also appealed to Juba residents to report to the authority those who were involved in random shootings that were heard for about 50 minutes.

Unlike other cities in the region like Kampala, Nairobi, Kigali and world over that welcome near with fireworks, Juba is used to gunshots.

 

 

 

 

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