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Inspector General of South Sudan Police, General Acuil Tito Madut and his delegation being briefed about genocide at Kigali Genocide memorial site.
South Sudan is considered one of the most insecure countries in the region, with reports of murders, robbery and organized crime rising.
While in Kampala, Madut toured several areas where civilians are organized in groups to combat local criminals, under the Community Policing initiative.
Meanwhile, Madut held talks with top Rwanda Police chiefs who briefed him about the 1994 genocide that left over one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus dead.
General Acuil Tito Madut laying down a wreath of flowers in respect of genocide victims
The South Sudan Police boss laid a wreath at Kigali Genocide memorial site.
“Madut is on an official visit to Rwanda National Police to strengthen bilateral cooperation with Rwanda,” the law enforcement body said in a statement Thursday.