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Encourage IDPs to go back home, provide security – Peace Commission

Author : | Published: Wednesday, April 2, 2014

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The chairperson of the Peace Commission says the government is working on creating a peaceful environment for people in the UN camps to return to their homes.

Hon. Chol Rambang said the plan is to relocate all those displaced to IDP camps before the rainy season.

He told Eye Radio’s Dawn Program that the peace commission will begin work to reconcile the communities next week.

“We can’t go out and tell people who are still in the UN camps to return to their homes without providing security for them,” he stated.

“This week in Juba the police and army are collecting guns from people; if the people in the UN camps know that all the criminals have been arrested and there is peace in Juba, they will definitely go back to their homes.”

Honorable Chol appeals to developmental organizations to help the government in the relocation of the IDPs from UN camp.

He said those who have lost properties should be provided with construction materials and other support materials.

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