By Mach Samuel Peter, Bor, Jonglei State
February 10, 2017 (SSB) — On February 9, 2017, raiders attacked Pakow cattle camp of Twic East. The cattle raided by the Murle armed men are being tracked by the police and other members of law enforcement agencies.
On the other hand, report from Commissioner of Bor South County confirms that the ladies abducted from Pariak were later “found killed and their bodies mutilated by the Murle abductors”.
The police of Bor South County is following the criminals towards Pibor of Boma state. Two children were abducted and 1,000 goats stolen.
Meanwhile the commissioner of Duk Padiet Hon. Michael Malual Wuor directs the police, youth to follow their abducted children and cattle following massive raids in Alingdiir cattle camp.
Last week two children were abducted right after the UNMISS protection of civilian site. Their elder sister was shot. She survived the gun shots wounds.
The office of the governor of Jonglei state, department of Radio Unit corps has released 2016 security reported that 46 children have been abducted, 92 innocent lives have been lost, 101 others wounded and 15,611 herds of cattle and 4,323 goats raided by Murle armed men over the period of 12 months from January 2016 to December 2016.
The government of Jonglei state once again condemns the killing of these women in cold blood and call upon the international community to support the establishment of the joint integrated police proposed during the peace conference in Pibor in December 2016.
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