By Majur Chol Khor
The National Security Service (NSS) in the capital city of Juba has apprehended Achai Wiir, a fugitive accused of witchcraft. This arrest comes after her father’s failed attempt to seek help from Vice President Abdelbagi at his residence.
A couple of weeks ago, Achai Wiir, a prominent businesswoman, refused to appear before the J1 Security apparatus to testify against the claims made by Sora Jima. Despite citing illness as the reason for her absence, suspicions have arisen due to the timing and circumstances surrounding her hospitalization.
Concerns have been raised by South Sudanese regarding the national security’s ability to protect President Kiir and the nation as a whole.
Many citizens have accused the authorities of remaining silent on the matter, leading to questions about whether ethnic and political influences within the National Security Services have compromised their duty.
Following the reported arrest of Achai Wiir, the National Security Service is still actively searching for other individuals involved in the suspected crime.
The saga between Achai Wiir and Sora Jima has exposed vulnerabilities within the South Sudan system, prompting calls for authorities to address these issues and ensure that justice is served.
Author: Majur Chol Khor
Majur is a multi-media award-winning journalist, public relations specialist, documentary expert from South Sudan. You can easily connect with him through various platforms such as WhatsApp at +254 796 523 948, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.