UN condemns killing of help employee in South Sudan|News Ghana

South Sudan

A United Nations senior relief authorities in South Sudan on Thursday condemned the killing of a help employee in Budi County in the nation’s Eastern Equatoria area.

Alain Noudehou, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan, stated a help employee was eliminated on Wednesday when crooks fired at a plainly significant humanitarian car that was taking a trip to a heath center.

Noudehou stated the car belonged to a group of worldwide non-governmental companies and South Sudanese federal government health employees.

He stated the group was driving from Chukudum town to Kapoeta area in a location that has actually seen a number of roadside ambushes this year and contacted the federal government to enhance police along these roadways.

The UN authorities required authorities and neighborhoods to guarantee that humanitarian workers can move securely along roadways and provide help to the most susceptible individuals in the nation.

“I am shocked by this violent act and send my condolences to the family and colleagues of the deceased. The roads are a vital connection between humanitarian organizations and communities in need, and we must be able to move safely across the country without fear,” he stated in a declaration provided inJuba Enditem

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UN condemns killing of help employee in South Sudan|News Ghana