By Buay Kapduel Buol
July 31st 2018 (Nyamilepedia) – The repressive measures taken by South Sudan’s National Security Service (NSS) operatives to crack down on freedom of expression in South Sudan is unacceptable and absolutely regrettable.
The arrest of several youth groups, detention of prominent political and human rights activists, Peter Biar Ajak as well as the detention of many other who have committed none of the crimes they are accused of is a clear indication that the National Security Service have became a major threat to the country’s national security pushing it on the brink of becoming a ‘police state’.
Hardly a day goes by without a person being spied on and killed. Journalists and activists have been coerced, arbitrarily detained, forced against their will and tortured by the brutal state agents.
By nature, non of us was born with an AK-47 on their shoulder, being a solder is individual choice, but should this be the case, let everyone go his own way.
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