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April 8, 2014 (JUBA) – The South Sudanese national security ministry has embarked on the process of recruiting new cadres and non-commissioned officers (NCOs) into its ranks.

The announcement was made in a circular the ministry circular issued on Monday.

“Those persons interested in applying either for officers cadets or NCOs and men are kindly requested to apply through the state security department’s offices in their respective state capital,” partly read the 7 April circular, which cites all the country’s 10 state capitals.

The national security ministry stated that all applications for those seeking employment with national security would be taken with “strictest confidence.” It, however, advised those intending to apply for positions not to publicly discuss the matter with anybody.

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  • 9 April 2014 09:10, by Ambago

    Dinkorats will never stop to amuse the world. Now what’s this? First of this kind of recruitments used to be strictly confidential, but why the public announcement now, while asking those interested in the job not to discuss their interests with anyone?
    Secondly when the existing security organs were condemned as being tribal, any reforms in them can only be under a neutral interim government.

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  • 9 April 2014 09:13, by Joseph Canada

    Useless and bogus Job recruitment. Why don’t they open the Opportunities for the Nurses, Paramedic,s Engeneers, Drs. Teachers, Customs Officers, Agricultural management, and the other resourceful positions instead of recruiting Southerners to kill each other in their behave?

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    • 9 April 2014 09:17, by Joseph Canada

      You decreed all those seasoned army who fought for South Sudan and replace them with those who fought for Khartoum. You promoted your tribes who are now hiding under the UNIMIS and demoted the patriots and now you are hiring? God!!!!

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  • 9 April 2014 09:18, by Fundamental Change icon

    South Sudan under Kiir is just a failed state.All recruitments should be suspended untill the birth of the interim government.If the current leadership objects to the proposal for interim gov’t then south Sudan should be declared a UN protectorate.

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