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Jonglei state police dismisses more than 50 officers

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June 25, 2018 (BOR) – At least 53 police officers have been dismissed for neglecting duties in Jonglei state, the police commissioner said.

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Police officers on parade in Jonglei state capital Bor (ST)

Those dismissed allegedly declined to report to their Bor South county stations.

The officers had reportedly been deployed to provide security to civilians after fighting took place between Panwel and Anuet clans early this year.

According to Major General Chol Atem, the dismissal of the officers came after a series of warnings were sent to them. He official accused the officers for showing up at work only to receive salaries.

“Whenever there is receiving of salaries, they come but when there are no salaries, they don’t, so the police Commissioner forward it to council of ministers and Security Committee and the outcome was punishment which was dismissal,” he told Eye Radio.

According to Atem, orders to dismiss the police officers were given by the state Council of Ministers and the state security committee.

They were charged with disobedience and neglecting their stations.

Bior Bior Makuei, one of the dismissed officers, rejected these claims.

“Such a case happened. 53 were dismissed, but we don’t know the reason why we were dismissed,” he told Eye Radio in an interview.

According to Makuei, the dismissal of the police officers was not procedural at all.

“According to normal procedure, if an officer has made a mistake, he or she is first warned and advised before dismissal, but the Commissioner never did that,” he said.

(ST)

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  • 26 June 17:02, by dinkdong

    Did they completely took off their names on the payroll?

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    • 26 June 20:57, by Kuch

      Take up arms again our Bor South Sudan youth, we are going to bomb our *new so-called our enemies so-called new allies allies like their Abesh (so-called ethiopia) prostitutes, North Sudan, their Kenyan (Bantus) & some of their creepy allies in between like our *North Sudan and their gulf Arab states’ paymasters* and their puppets/stooges like Riek Machar, Pagan Amuom, Rebecca Nyandeng,>>>>

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      • 26 June 21:04, by Kuch

        Majak Agoot, Adwok Nyabe, their evil juus and some of their other puppets/stooges in between being used to toy around with our country & our people in foreign capital’s hotels, brothels & bars. WAR is HERE. There will be no way under the sun, we will allow the evils *white Americans, English people, their evil juus, their gulf gulf Arab states’ paymasters, their cloned so-called arabs>>>

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        • 26 June 21:07, by Kuch

          of North Sudan and some of their creepy allies in between, in our country and among our people. Reasons, pure HATRED & RACISM.

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    • 27 June 07:15, by Jongo

      Dinkdong
      Write correct English (Took Off ) giving wrong meaning say ( Delete or Remove their names from payroll ) Good English Language

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