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SSPDF Response to Gunfire at Hai Cinema, Juba

July 6th, 2021Responding to the recent gunfire at Hai Cinema in Juba, the Spokesman of South Sudan People Defense Forces, Maj. Gen. Lul Ruai Kong, confirmed that the shootout was spearheaded by a well known rogue officer, Robert Angui, popularly known as “Mike Mike”.

SPLA spokesman Brig. Lul Ruai Koang flanked by SPLA officers in Guit County of Unity State in 2016 (File photo)

According to Lul Ruai Kong, the notorious officer was attempting to resist re-arrest by the security forces .

“On July 5th, 2021, R/SM. Robert Angui, popularly known as “ Mike Mike” who served at Command Unit resisted lawful orders by opening fire on Security Forces that had been sent to re-arrest him.” Maj. Gen. Lul Ruai Kong said.

The officer was being arrested on multiple charges that include attempt murder of a fellow officer and a relative, Lt. Col. Amel Keribeno Kuanyibol, and illegal promotion of is own self.

“Robert, had committed a number of offences that included promoting himself from rank of Regimental Sergeant Major to the Rank of Colonel, attempted to murder Lt. Col. Amel Keribeno Kuanyibol as well as charges leveled against him by CID.” Lul said.

“The suspect would be investigated and arraigned before a Military Court Marshal.” He continued.

According to eye witnesses, Angui opened fire uncontrollably but no casualties were reported.

“The way Mike Mike speared the bullet on us yesterday God really know the mistake that Angui did and that is why God safe us from his live bullet and I urge government to see the problem of Mike Mike with two eyes” Said Marial Buoi Chok Bol.

The rogue officer, who is believed to be a son of former liberator Kerbino Kwanyin Bol, has been on trending news on multiple charges.

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