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SPLA to return looted civilian properties

Author : | Published: Saturday, August 13, 2016

The SPLA general headquarters has announced that those whose homes were looted during the recent violence in Juba should report to the office of the spokesperson to claim their properties.

The army spokesperson Brigadier-General Lul Ruai Konag, says they should go to Bilpham with documents to prove their ownership.

He says some of the looted items have been recovered by the unit of military intelligence.

They include four generators and a land cruiser among others.

“We would like the owner to come forward with engine number, serial number and the power, the capacity of the generators that are there,” Brigadier Lul said, speaking on the state television, SSBC last night.

“When you come with that information with the proof, that the recovered items are yours, then we shall make sure that the items are returned to you.”

Following last month’s violence in Juba, 19 soldiers were accused by the SPLA of committing numerous crimes of, among others, rape and looting civilians’ property.

Main markets in Juba, including Jebel and Gudele markets reported extensive looting by men in uniforms.

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