Bright moonlight reduced nightly brutalities in Yei: Residents
YEI (18 Sep.)

Citizens in Yei River County in South Sudan’s Central Equatoria State said
moonlight has reduced nighttime crimes as the area witnesses power cuts
these days, while praising God for the gift.

Yei’s power plant stopped working due to fuel shortages after the closure
of roads to either Juba or Uganda over insecurity. The area has recently
witnessed a wave of brutal killings.

A local resident called Esther told Radio Tamazuj that bright moonlight
helps at night walks and scares away thieves and killers from attacking
people and looting properties. She pointed out that her family and
neighbours normally have a full night’s sleep without any fear these days.

“We really need to thank God for providing moonlight throughout the nights
for free. I want to tell you that if you come to Yei town now, it is very
bright and clear throughout the night, “said Esther.

“The rate of stealing and night crimes like killings is now declining, so
we thank God for the free light, “she added.

Meanwhile, another resident called Mabior urged the people of Yei area to
live in peace so as to enjoy their abundant natural resources.

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