10 South Sudanese Intercepted Entering Uganda Illegally
Amuru police are holding 10 South Sudanese nationals for illegally entering into Uganda.
The suspects are locked up at Elegu police station on charges of illegal entry.
Patrick Jimmy Okema, the Aswa Region Police spokesperson, says the suspects entered Uganda over the past two days using porous borders.
He says the suspects created new entry points after the old ones were blocked by security.
He identifies the suspects as Daniel Amis, Samuel Okot, Paul Aliko, David Ojok, and Robert Okot, all residents of Abila village Nimule and pagirinya and Kololi camps respectively.
They reportedly crossed to Uganda from South Sudan on April 15th, 2020.
The others are Regina Abi, Cecilia Anyang, Maria Apere, Regina Adwaru and Garang Angweng.