Hundreds of people live in fear in Yei, says Bishop

Radio EasterThursday, December 1, 2016 - 15:36

Over one hundred thousand people in Yei live in fear of uncertainty and
unable to move out of the town, says Catholic Bishop of the Diocese.

Bishop Erkolano Lodu Tombe adds that people in villages cannot come to town
except those flying from other countries and other states, Radio Easter

The catholic prelate says the spirit of the population of Yei is still in
fear of what will happen in the long run. He adds that though there is no
random shooting of guns, it is not enough for people to think that things
have improved.

Bishop Lodu says farmers are not able to access their farms and the
emergency of the humanitarian assistance will continue to support civilians
until 2017.

The Bishop was speaking to United Nations Mission in South Sudan’s
delegation in Yei on Wednesday.

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