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Three S. Sudanese refugees dead after World Cup brawl


June 19, 2018 (KAMPALA) – Ugandan Police have deployed at Rhino Camp settlement in the West Nile district of Arua after three South Sudanese refugees were killed in a football World Cup game fight.

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South Sudanese refugees attend independence day celebrations at Kirayandongo resettlement camp 9, July 2017 (ST)

The West Nile Regional Police spokesperson, Josephine Angucia said they discovered a body dumped in the bush on Tuesday.

She identified the body as that of 32-year-old Aleu Anei Aleu.

On Sunday night, two Dinka tribesmen identified as Nabuk Jimak, 50, and his son Majok, 18 were killed in the fight, Police authorities said.

Violence, according to eyewitnesses, broke at a video hall in Tika zone, where a group of South Sudanese refugees were watching Sunday’s World Cup game played between Brazil and Switzerland.

Police investigations show violence ensued following a disagreement among the refugee youths who were supporting the different teams.

"Before the fight, police dispersed the crowd but they went and reorganized, resulting into some of the Nuer youths attacking the Dinka community," the Regional Police Commander, Jonathan Musinguzi told Daily Monitor Tuesday.

Police said youth from the two rival tribes were found hiding with pangas, clubs in bushes as they planned to retaliate, adding that three refugees were picked from the bush where they were hiding.

Ugandan officials have appealed to the members from the two communities to seek dialogue and urged them to live in harmony.

Meanwhile, the Arua military brigade commander, Col. Bernard Tuhame said acts of violence will not be accepted in the camps.

"Why should you kill just because of football? We will investigate why the matches were organised to be watched in the camps because these people still have tribal grudges,” Tuhame was quoted saying.

Last month, violence broke up in Omugo settlement camp after South Sudanese refugees protested delay by relief agencies to deliver food supplies to them, destroying computers and looting several items.


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  • 20 June 08:15, by jubaone

    I don’t understand how jienges could be refugees in Uganda when apparently their own "control" the SS. I’ve often stated, jiengeland has no wars, so why do they run 🏃 away? Uganda must deport all of them to jiengelands. They are a serious security risk. Most of them are govt spies and snitches reporting on opposition activities. Fellow Equatorians and Nuers, watch out. Keep away from jienges and

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    • 20 June 09:24, by Games

      You had said all... But forgot onething, food is number one for Dinka and that could be a reason they are in those camps in Uganda. Let their souls goes to hell

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    • 20 June 09:55, by okello

      @janasharmus Juba Jienge are everywere including even and where you in now. Please Ugandan were not selfish like Baari who want entire city Juba to own it, despite all other states resources are used for Juba development.
      poor Baari now had completely finishing trees for sake of charcoal money. Disgrace baari you right to said that word since you never know effect of war ya self-slave Baari

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      • 20 June 10:27, by Kwacha Okonyomoi

        The effect of war has affected nearly all South Sudanese. Remember majority of Jengs are innocent. Those in the camps cannot afford to educate or sustain their children in South Sudan. They should be treated fairly like any other refugee.My only advise to both tribes is that they should avoid violence. Imagine ! fighting over a football match played by foreigners what foolishness is this !

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      • 20 June 10:48, by jubaone

        "Jienge are everywhere?" Are they flies ya wisik? Everywhere you go, you find them. Wandering around like stray dogs? Settle down in your areas and develop them. You steal, loot, kill, fight, rape and defecate everywhere, ya mama malkum ya jienge? Why are you mujiengjieng? Unsteady?

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    • 20 June 10:41, by Theallseeingeye

      Underline this "free Food Distribution", This is the most compelling reason these beings are there. Its not a surprise that, where ever these beings are, there is a chaos, brawl and total mess. these beings are created as a curse to SS and to where ever they will set foot in. Uganda should be more cautious otherwise they will start to experience the "notorious Unknown Gunmen" incidents.

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      • 20 June 10:52, by Theallseeingeye

        natural evolution has equipped these beings with high sensations for "free food", Unlike flies, they have the ability to smell and her FREE FOOD from across the globe, leave alone Uganda. Therefore, please excuse them Jubaone, this is how they are created, this is what they are. it’s going to take them another centuries in order to evolve from this stage of early mammals to humans beings.

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        • 20 June 11:36, by Kuch

          I would be damned if this piece of sh*t is not just another piece of a grand propaganda to tarnish the Dinkas/Monjiengs by our enemies. Why would the Dinkas/Jiengs would want to go Uganda & go and be killed by some lowly Nuers? It just doesn’t add up. South Sudan is a Dinkas/Monjiengs of the Sudan country>>>

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          • 20 June 11:43, by Kuch

            We are too way well ahead of the English people, the white Americans, their evil juus, (know the reason why Ida Amin Dada) didn’t like the evil juus (the so-called israel)? Ida Amin Dada was even used by the British as their mercenary in ’Korean War), on behave of the British>>

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            • 20 June 13:16, by Kuch

              Korean war was fought by the ’UN countries’ on behave of the so-called their evil "capitalist empire----in other words, the US, the UK, their UN, their evil juus (their so-called israel), their cloned arabs of North Sudan, their gulf Arab states’ paymasters, some of their Abeshas (so-called ethiopia) prostitutes and some of their creepy allies in between out of Kenya, South Africa;>>>

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    • 20 June 16:53, by Eastern


      What an excellent observation?! What are dinka people doing in refugee camps in Uganda? Is it their inborn laziness driving them to refugee camp for the free food doled out there? Dinka people from Northern Bahr el Ghazal are in Sudan as refugees. Why are brave people taking refuge with the weak and cowards....?

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      • 20 June 19:15, by Eastern

        As we speak now, a fourth manyang has died. He died very young at just 13. Just wondering why a Manyang should be in the refugee camps they forced other South Sudanese who are COWARDS to flee to....!

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        • 20 June 19:31, by jubaone


          They ain´t seen anything yet. Only when the rest unleash their outrage and bloodthirst will jienges know, that the rest mean business. The Law of Reciprocity states: for any force, there is an equal reaction. Jienges MUST NOT think the others are fools. They are to blame

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          • 21 June 00:17, by Kenyang ll

            How killing children in refugee camp in another country help your cause?

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  • 20 June 21:21, by Kush Natives

    All cowardice are sleepless everywhere they’re, drinking, fighting, killing and named their decayed in Dinka after death in order to draw exaggerate conflicts farther more. First all of all, Dinka are not that low brains to die over such uselessness way. Watching games is a act or job of cowardly communities such as Nuer and the rest of Nyamnyam. I am sorry for you slaves!

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    • 21 June 14:39, by jubaone

      Bush Natives
      You can only rape, kill and rob defenseless women. But cowards when you get man2man, worthless jienge creatures. Fight back, jienge. Nuers have killed 4 of yours. Do you have the guts, monyjienge? Kelib

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  • 21 June 00:13, by lino

    Even in refugee camp! Still fighting?! The social fabric is destroyed in this country!!!

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  • 21 June 09:53, by Marco Kennedy

    The level of foolishness has overtaken most of the youth. Not every Dinka is safe in South Sudan.
    Only those who sing praises to the failed regime are safe.

    On a separate note, it is foolish to fight because of football.

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