JUBA – South Sudan government has on Tuesday postponed the graduation of batch 22 that was set to be graduation this week, according to a statement issued by the presidency.
This comes following a meeting of the presidency chaired by President Salva Kiir, his first deputy Dr. Riek Machar Teny and the other four vice presidents at the state house j1 on Tuesday afternoon.
In a statement, the presidency said the meeting resolved to capacitate the unity government in order to work for the unity of the people of South Sudan and to call off the graduation of the police force’s batch 22 set for graduation at Rajap.
“[The meeting decided ]to capacitate the Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity in order to strengthen the unity of the people of South Sudan irrespective of their political affiliation,” the statement seen by Sudans Post reads in part.
The meeting also agreed “to extend the Police Graduation Ceremony of Batch 22 Cadet Officers in order to further prepare the necessary requirements for their graduation.”
In a statement on its Facebook page, the police confirmed that the “Cadets graduation is extended for further preparation.”