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Two killed in South Sudan’s Gbudue state

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Dec 29, 2016 (YAMBIO) – Unknown thugs hacked to death two people in South Sudan’s Gbudue state.

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Bodies of the deceased were found on Thursday morning in the outskirt of Yambio town.

The state minister for information and culture says investigations are ongoing to determine the killers.

“This is the information we received as government that two civilian was found dead in the outskirt of Yambio town to the east and as government, we are investigating to know who was behind the killing,” he told the state-owned Yambio FM

Eye witnesses say the bodies of those killed had several cuts, but the motive of the killings is unknown.

Simon Gia, a resident of Yambio, said people live in fear and panic as killings continue around the town and roads are closed, making it difficult for people to visit farms to bring food for survival in the town

He urged government to provide security to citizens so that people can go about their business and live in happiness.

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  • 30 December 2016 13:41, by Against Incitement

    We condemn strongly this barbaric act of killing and our condolences pour out to families of the victims,may the Almighty rest them in peace.To those who committed such crime we say STOP IT NOW!come for dialogue and use as forum to address your concerns!the lives of these two is a great lost to us-South Sudanese.

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    • 30 December 2016 13:58, by Eastern

      ...by saying "we" do you mean you, as a member of Mathiang Anyor/Anyoor and Kiir? Under the cover of darkness you creep out to kill innocent and hardworking South Sudanese and in broad daylight you climb at the top of a mango tree in Yambio to ’pour out’ your condolences on the bereaved families. Are you being truthful?

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      • 30 December 2016 17:32, by Against Incitement

        To:Eastern,
        Dear brother,"we"i meant me and those who are sharing the same sad feeling on tragedy!i am not preaching violence like you, i am for peace and south sudanese unity! i will pray to Almighty God to bring change on you to stop violence! Do not attack me but pass your condolences message to bereaved families! See you forget this noble moral obligation.... you are lost brother!

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  • 30 December 2016 17:45, by Against Incitement

    To:Eastern,
    brother, why are you not condemning this crime?are you not concern with their lives? How do you know that those attackers/thugs climbed mango trees when they are killing? i am really doubting you brother!

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    • 31 December 2016 09:36, by Mayom County Troops

      A good security need to be grantee ,before more insecurity to spread in the state capital Yambio , as soon as possible.

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