JUBA – The government of South Sudan’s Central Equatoria state has deployed forces along the Juba-Terekeka high-way, days after son of former Central Equatoria state Clement Wani Konga was killed.
This also comes exactly three days after a gunmen shot dead three more people near Jebel Lado, reportedly on revenge grounds.
The press secretary for Central Equatoria state governor, Derick Derickson said the governor has ordered the deployment of forces along the way and the areas around.
“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.
“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.”