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December 9, 2013 (RUMBEK) - An unknown gunman killed a well known Kenyan shoe shiner in Rumbek Central county of Lakes state on Sunday night near Mathiang Ajuong, which is located inside Rumbek’s main market.

A businessman, Simon Wani, said that "a gunshot was heard at night inside Rumbek market and Kenyan national who is 35 year old was killed."

Wani said that killing of Kenyan national "is very bad in our state."

A police officer at the Criminal Investigation Department of (CID) said that the community in Lakes state were not completely cooperating with the authorities. The officer, who did not want to be named, said this was due to the governor’s controversial security measures, since he was appointed in January.

Governor Maj-Gen Matur Chut Dhuol has banned alcohol consumption and brewing and under his leadership the security services have been accused of making many arbitrary arrests. Those detained at the Langcok military prison have often complained that they were tortured or mistreated.

"People are very frustrated and they are not cooperating with us, they mislead us when they provided information and sometimes the refuse and ask you to contact caretaker Governor to provide information – this is unacceptable behaviour."

Police did not provide the name of Kenyan national, who is believed to have been shot while returning from a football match.

(ST)

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  • 10 December 2013 04:24, by dude

    Why killed a visitor

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    • 10 December 2013 10:47, by Tong dut

      we don’t wants those kenyans in south sudan,they are looting our jobs and we have no chance to work. New we have a treatment for them. Soon they will escape this sudan.

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    • 10 December 2013 22:38, by parajok

      That what you good when playing with human life. Kirr and his Crook must go!

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  • 10 December 2013 05:43, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    Unnamed CID officer is telling nonsene, not due to the governor Matur Chuot caused insecurity in Rumbek or Lakes as whole; this volatile situation is already exist since from governor John Laat upto Eng. Chol Tong, public tension shuoldn’t be advertise on at Gen- Matur Choul. Insecurity is already there, no governor will accountable started first to the present.

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    • 10 December 2013 06:33, by Naath

      yeap officer tells the truth,primitive matur chuot and hopeless kiir are behind all the killing in lake state.hopeless kiir remove elected governor chol tong who understand every thing in the state and replaced with illiterate and confuse tribalist who have no understanding at all.this is the consquency of leaving the fact and neglected the people of state.death to kiir and chuot.

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      • 10 December 2013 09:06, by Mayom County Boy

        may Almighty God rest his soul in peace to heaven !!!
        look dinka Agaar are killing innocent kenya citizen with out a reason able issue .
        what kind of that killing mean for ?
        shame to dinka Rumbek who are killing foriegner with out reason !!

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