and http://conforms.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/mail.php geneva;”>General Pieng Deng took oath as the new Inspector General of Police on February 1 before President Salva Kiir Mayardit.
pill http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-symposium/images/secure.php geneva;”>Organized in the Office of the President, visit this site http://colombiareports.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-nav-menus.php the official swearing-in ceremony was conducted by the Chief Justice Chan Rec Madut and was attended by the Presidential Advisor on Legal Affairs Justice Telar Ring Deng, minister in the Office of the President Hon. Emmanuel LoWilla, minister of Interior Hon. Alison Manani Magaya and his deputy Gen. Salva Mathok, and senior officials in the Office of the President.
After the swearing in ceremony, Pieng Deng was promoted from the rank of Lieutenant General to General.
The appointment comes at a time when South Sudan is facing growing levels on insecurity perpetrated by bandits and sometimes security operatives.
Pieng Deng took the sensitive job last month in a huge military reshuffle that saw over 33 Generals sacked.
Meanwhile, the newly appointed Deputy Inspector General of Police Maj Gen Andrew Kuol Nyuon was also sworn into office, in the same occasion and was promoted to the rank of Lt General.
After the swearing in ceremony, the new Police boss showed gratitude to the President for the trust he has given to him to lead the institution that protects the life of people.
Deng said in spite of the huge challenges he will devote his time and energy to the service of South Sudan people and will make use of all the resources available to protect and secure the life of his people.