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Drunk policeman to be sacked, South Sudan prepares to provide security over Christmas

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December 17, 2012 (RUMBEK) - The South Sudan’s head of police Lt-Gen Acuil Tito has warned that policemen found under influence of alcoholic will be dismissed from their duties while on a visit to Rumbek.

Tito was in the capital of South Sudan’s Lakes State on Monday to oversee police setting up security measures ahead of celebrations over the Christmas period. Speaking at a parade at the police headquarters, Acuil instructed police to always wear uniform during working hours.

Lakes State Governor Chol Tong Mayay held a closed-door meeting with South Sudan Police Inspector.

South Sudan needs "peace within our communities" before and after Christmas, Tito said, adding that routes used by cattle raiders must be closed to prevent the practice causing divisions between the country’s many ethnic groups.

After the decades of civil war that preceded the 2005 peace agreement culminating in South Sudan’s independence last year, the young nation is still awash with small arms despite numerous government disarmament campaigns.

Tito said that cattle raiders and bandits were causing insecurity in some parts of South Sudan as well as militia insurgency in Jonglei and some other states. He said that confronting these problems as well as disarming civilians was the way to improve security.

South Sudan’s Ministry of Interior has tasked the Police Inspector to tour all the nation’s ten states of before the Christmas celebrations begin on December 24. Lakes State was the first state Tito has visited in order to assess the security situation and the performances of police, army and other organized forces.

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  • 18 December 2012 07:12, by omoni jr.

    Acuil Tito
    you have to quit drinking too,
    If you dismiss my cousin you will pay it,but is Not a threats but advise,

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    • 19 December 2012 08:35, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      You are correct Mr Inspector for police Tito,not only the drunk Police only, all the uncompetency one all should be dismiss,they are all the causer of this insecurity in this new Nation,as well they are the cattle raiders and robbers during night hours in the resident also.
      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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  • 18 December 2012 07:15, by master

    hahaaa
    who is not durak in south sudan

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    • 18 December 2012 07:31, by South Dengjok

      Dear Me,
      Tito,this is very great appreciation to u cuz even these dally killing of innocent people in Juba is because ,polices & the security personal are not alert due to the trauma of wine that they undergone wiz,cuze they make drinking the first priority and if the drinking is the first priority killing of people dally will rise up and all work will be down,take care.

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      • 19 December 2012 08:47, by okucu pa lotinokwan

        Lt Acul review the recruitment of the police men otherwise the current Police men in the Republic of South Sudan excluding their Officers are all useless,without any good acedamy bachgroud,all are thieves collected from the market to be as Police Men,how can they not be a thief for individual benefit.
        OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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  • 18 December 2012 07:37, by Biggy

    ha ha drunken police officers should be dismissed with an immediate effect, because while drunk they simply cant control the public am also appealing for them to stop this vice or else this is going to be a drinking nation.

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  • 18 December 2012 07:45, by whatsayyou

    I can’t understand what is meant by the reporter "Tito was in the capital of South Sudan’s Lakes State on Monday to oversee police setting up security measures ahead of celebrations over the Christmas period"

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  • 18 December 2012 07:46, by King of jungle

    Dear Me,
    Useless master,r u Master of gay,Kungfu,Kick boxer or Looting? ,it came to mah mind dat those who always give them selves alpha name are all dull minded,ain,t know wht the world look like,let mi make u wise 4 what is going on cuze it is really like u have no info,u look like bum,Sudan is da first in Drinking alcohol,in Homo sexual,stealing, but da problem is dat u use CD 2 protect ursel

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    • 18 December 2012 08:04, by michael coma

      King of Jungle
      Mine your languange,man.For the police issue,our police inspector general Acuil Tito need to put what he said in action then saying without implementing it.All polce around South Sudan are drinking addicts because even in their work places they take like primitive people who knows nothing about the government.

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      • 18 December 2012 08:53, by King of jungle

        Dear Me,
        Good on yaa Micheal coma,de problem is dat, S.Sudan lack implementation of the rules and orders caused by the bad leaders,de leader are not making themselves 2 be example 2 other pepl,they are those who put the orders and they are those who break it,may be Tito will be de first person who drink first b4 de police,

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  • 18 December 2012 08:20, by master

    ther are going to apply sharia low gradually

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  • 18 December 2012 09:42, by EES Kingmaker

    I hope Lt Gen. Acuil is not uttering a just platitude. South Sudanese lost their lives thro’ insecurity that would have been prevented in a timely manner. RSS must be serious and act in an "interested-to-do-attitude". Tossing of words without deed is a common hallmark our Government is famous for. Change the style and you command respect of your citizens. We can’t afford our people dying anymore.

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    • 18 December 2012 11:01, by Kurnyel

      Sharia law in S.Sudan that is for you guys.

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  • 18 December 2012 12:55, by Nyakuzuny

    haahaaa For what I will believe in the coming Christmas , there will be more and more Assassins in Juba ,if mr. Big Frog will not take-carry about us.

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  • 18 December 2012 13:32, by Makunon

    Look at this renegade, you should got human resource management skills before holding senior position. Dismissal is not a tactical term to use for boosting performances nor drunk the only factor caused negligence. AS a leader you must have inspires terms and good governance to achieve strategies not threats. Shame on you

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    • 19 December 2012 07:56, by Maguen

      Mr,Makunon,it is not all about renegade and Human Resource Management dear.The way the security personnel are portraying the image of the new nation is ugly.Tito has to use all necessary means to wipe out this type of behaviour unless you want to tell people that you do not see what is happening or you are one of those.By the way South Sudan needs overhauling if you do not know.

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  • 19 December 2012 05:25, by Sagin Yoasa Bali

    I do understand all the arguments peopl are posting here. but you have to know that anybody who is in uniform while on duty should not drink. last time I went to Juba, and I have seen by my own eyes a drunk army struggling on walking on his way home. you can find anything like this in any part of the world accept in Africa.

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  • 3 April 2013 11:54, by stefan

    Tito,this is very great appreciation to u cuz even these dally killing of innocent people in Juba is because ,polices & the security personal are not alert due to the trauma of wine that they undergone wiz,cuze baterie do e-papierosów they make drinking the first priority.

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