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Eid al-Fitr marked in serenity-police

By Gladys Fred Kole


South Sudan witnessed a peaceful and secure Eid al-Fitr celebration, with no reported cases of insecurity across the country, according to the police.

Maj. General Daniel Justin, the police spokesperson, provided reassurance to the public and authorities, highlighting the overall calmness in the general security situation.

In an interview with No. 1 Citizen Daily Newspaper, Maj. General Justin stated that there were no problems.

“Our report is zero, there’s no problem,” he said.

Maj. General Justin urged citizens to closely cooperate with the ground forces and stressed the importance of immediate reporting in the event of any concerns or incidents.

“I want our citizens to cooperate with our forces on the ground in case of anything they should report immediately, otherwise the situation is good,” he added.

To safeguard the lives and properties of the people, the government reinforced security measures in the capital city, Juba.

Early this week, the police deployed forces in Juba to monitor security before, during, and after the Eid al-Fitr celebrations, ensuring a safe environment for all.

Maj. General Justin sounds confident in the security apparatus in upholding law and order, even when faced with potential challenges.


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