South Sudan Cannot Hold Elections Without Adequate Security Arrangements – Officials

South Sudan Cannot Hold Elections Without Adequate Security Arrangements – Officials

South Sudan senior armed opposition official and one of the former governors of the defunct Imatong State, Dr. Oyet Nathaniel Pierino, is wondering of how some government officials are pushing for elections when the country has no official army, police and security forces in place.

The former lecturer of the Juba University, who was responding to senior government officials backed by the Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni, wants the security arrangement implemented if elections are to be held.

“How can government hold general elections without implementing Security Arrangements and Unification of forces?” Dr. Oyet questions

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