Why South Sudanese brutally killed 02 Ugandan teachers

RIP: Charles Kule Mitsagharu and Willis Binsiima, residents of Kasese and Bushenyi districts
RIP: Charles Kule Mitsagharu and Willis Binsiima, residents of Kasese and Bushenyi districts
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Three Uganda Nationals were brutally killed in South Sudan over the weekend. One was killed in Juba and the other two teachers were killed in Western lakes state.



The deceased teachers have been identified as Charles Kule Mitsagharu and Willis Binsiima, residents of Kasese and Bushenyi districts respectively.
The duo has been teaching at Hope and Resurrection secondary school in Atiaba Western Lakes State of South Sudan. The two are said to have met their death around 1pm on Sunday afternoon.



The teachers were travelling from a secondary school to Rumbek town in school vehicle registration number SSD 912R, a Toyota land cruiser and fell in an ambush.
The assailants tied the head teacher before spraying the vehicle with bullets – killing the Ugandan teachers.
The Murder was reportedly meant to avenge the death of a South Sudanese girl who was knocked dead by a vehicle being driven by foreigners.



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Many Ugandan nationals have remained in conflict prone parts of South Sudan doing low end jobs like operating low end food joints The Ugandan consolate in Juba in most times does not intervene when a Ugandan is involved in an incident and has no details in their data base.

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