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Kiir pardons 15 prisoners on independence anniversary


Kiir pardons 15 prisoners on independence anniversary

President Salva Kiir has pardoned 15 prisoners from cells cross the country.

“To mark this important occasion, I am granting a full pardon to 15 prisoners who were serving jail terms in various prisons across South Sudan,” Kiir said while addressing the nation on the occasion to mark the 10th independence anniversary of South Sudan on Friday.

The inmates include seven from Juba Central Prison and one from the reformatory prison in Juba.

Two others were pardoned in Wau Central Prison.

Three were pardoned from Yambio Central Prison while two others from Jonglei Central Prison.

President Kiir directed the concerned authorities to execute the order accordingly.

The following names were later revealed by the Office of the President.

Juba Central Prison

Marko Lual Mayar
John Goira Ramijo
Peter Kenyi Guder
Jigi Geidan Loro
Paul Alier Guei
Aruai atem
Julius Baraka Simon
Juba Reformatory

Emmanuel Jada Desterigo
Wau Central Prison

Albino Amet Ayok
Aleu Ukang Aleu
Yambio Central Prison

Moses Towongo John
John Bakiri Sebit
Mawa Joseph Juma
Jonglei, Bor Central Prison

Manyang Atem Makuk
Mawut Bol Atak




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