Soldiers attacked Kejo-Keji residents for sharing witness reports of last week’s insecurity.
Two persons who talked to the media about the slaying event in Central Equatoria State’s Kajo-Keji County stated they are being pursued and live in terror for their lives.
Two young men said in a publication obtained by NCMP via Eye Radio that some soldiers are seeking them after they reportedly published their witness testimonies of last week’s insecurity in the region.
One of them said that they had previously performed interviews with local and foreign media, as well as posted recordings and videos to their social media accounts.
“Our security, particularly that of the two persons who have been reporting to the media, is a little too hazardous.” Even I don’t feel obligated to speak to the media since I’m not sure how this issue will be communicated to the government or other departments,” he stated.
“One of my colleagues has already fled; he was assaulted, and two troops were able to reach his family,” he said.
Three citizens were reportedly killed by organized troops in Kajo-Keji County, Central Equatoria State, last month.
Following the strange murder of a soldier in the region, cousins Yamba Lominsuk 18, Justin Lisok Lominsuk 16, as well as 38-year-old Taban Yiga Wani, were slain by a claimed SSPDF unit at Kiri Boma.
Soldiers hunting for the corpse of a colleague reportedly murdered young males who offered to show them their slain colleagues, according to activist Edmund Yakani.
Both the state and the federal governments have condemned the occurrence, and multiple investigations are ongoing.
Six cops are being detained as the main suspects in the murders of citizens.
Meanwhile, another young guy told the same outlet that he went into hiding after eluding capture by security personnel on Wednesday.
He stated he was accosted at his house before just escaping the grasp of several troops, speaking from an unidentified place.
Three people were slain by SSPDF soldiers last month after a soldier was discovered dead in the itornge town of kiri boma.