Opposition turns back UNMISS force at Lasu road, confirms Governor

Radio Easter
Tuesday, August 8, 2017 - 09:58
Armed opposition chased back the United Nations Mission in South Sudan
or UNMISS’ force at Lasu road in Yei River State, confirms Governor.

David Lokonga Moses describes the act as a violation of human rights,
Radio Easter reports.

The force was trying to save internal displaced people in Lasu County
and deliver services to them.

Lokonga believes grassroots dialogue is improving because people in
his state have started coming for medical attentions in Yei State

It is the role of the state government to handle some issues through
grassroots dialogue, not responsibility of the national government,
the Governor notes.

Governor Lokonga was speaking to Radio Easter during UNMISS Civil
Affairs visit to Yei on Monday.

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