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Juba city under watch as police install surveillance cameras

Author: Michael Daniel | Published: Wednesday, January 31, 2024

The Ministry of Interior has reinstalled the security cameras on streets of Juba to monitor and trace criminal activities in the city.

In 2017, President Salva Kiir, launched surveillance drones and 150 cameras in 11 different locations of the capital, Juba.

In recent months, scores of people were killed in Juba, motorcycles robbed, individuals’ valuables snatched, and homes attacked at night.

The cameras will enable the police to follow whatever happens on the roads while sitting in the office with the aim to monitor criminal movements or activities across the national capital.

The launch  yesterday was attended by the Minister of Interior Angelina Teny and the Inspector General of Police General Atem Marol Biar.

“To anyone who is in Juba today, know that anything you do we are seeing you, do not think you will commit crime in the dark and you will not be arrested.

“If you do anything you will be arrested at your house so, it is better for you from today on wards to leave crimes and find a job that will benefit you,”  warns Interior Minister Teny.

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