Central Equatoria State Governor Visits Terekeka, Pledged To Tighten Security

The government of Central Equatoria state has pledged to tighten security following the death of the son of the former Central Equatoria Governor and three other people who were killed just at the outskirts of the capital, Juba, earlier this week.

The Governor of central Equatoria State, Hon. Emmanuel Adil Anthony, travels to Terekeka county today to assess issues related to growing insecurity in the county.

Clashes have been reported in the county with many being forced out of their home and scored killed unidentified armed men.

According to a statement from the Press secretary in the office of the Governor of Central Equatoria state, Derick Derickson, the government of Central Equatoria is prepping plans to deploy troops in the hot spots where the recent incidents occured.

“I can confirm to you that the governor of Central Equatoria state together with the security operatives have tightened up the security particularly in the spot where this barbaric incident happened and the security operatives are doing their best to maintain the current state of security,” Derick Derickson said.

He pledged that the security situation in the state will be restored and culprits will be brought to book.

“Everything will be brought back to normalcy. So up to this far the security operatives are still perusing this case and I believe they will make sure they avail all these perpetrators and the rule of law will take its course.”

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