Wau govt says UNMISS to build over 30 neighbourhood police posts in Wau
WAU (14 Oct.)
Local authorities in Wau State have announced a plan to establish more
than 30 neighbourhood police posts in Wau town in collaboration with
the UN mission in South Sudan.
In a press conference in Wau town yesterday, Bona Gaudensio, Minister
of Information, said that the United Nations Mission In South Sudan
(UNMISS) and other non-governmental organizations have accepted to
support more than 30 neighbourhood police posts in the town.
“The UN has worked out its plans, and the government has handed over
the responsibility of over 30 neighbourhoods in Wau, so it will build
more than 30 police posts, UNMISS has already started this plan,” said
The state minister pointed out that the UN-backed security plan
reached advanced stages to build more than 30 police posts in Wau
Bona claimed that the security situation returned to normal after
deployment of police patrols at night in the town, saying police
authorities managed to arrest several criminals and that they will be
taken to trial.
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