Wife of late SPLA commander Kerbino Kuanyin’s house attacked
The house of a member of South Sudan’s recently reconstituted Council of States and wife of late SPLA fighter and commander Kerbino Kuanyin Bol has been attacked by unknown gunmen in Juba harming no one.
JUBA — The house of a member of South Sudan’s recently reconstituted Council of States and wife of late SPLA fighter and commander Kerbino Kuanyin Bol has been attacked by unknown gunmen in Juba harming no one, Talk of Juba reports.
The attack on Nyandeng Kerubino Kuanyin took place at family home in Thongpiny, an area adjacent to the UN House.
According to Hon. Nyandeng, the gunmen attacked the house from two directions and began shooting at one of the security guards stationed at the gate, forcing him to dive and roll in the compound before he could get his gun to exchange bullets with the attackers.
She said that no one was hurt, but that following the gunfire, three young men from organized forces, including her son, were taken to their facilities by the Joint Operation force that arrived at the scene after the incident.
A suspected criminal is said to have jumped over Nyandeng’s walled fence into her compound two weeks ago and was detained after being injured on foot by a nail while jumping in the compound, but after being interrogated, the young man confessed he was sent and those who sent him will come, and Hon. Nyandeng’s house was attacked last night.
When contacted by Talk of Juba, Deputy Police Spokesman James Dak Karlo confirmed a shooting incident occurred at Thongpiny near American Residence and that it was a ‘land grabbing case.’
“The Governor of Central Equatoria State has ordered the demolition of all illegal structures in the area because the shooting was a land-grabbing case,” Dak told Talk of Juba over the phone.
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