Heavy armed forces deployed in all corners in juba to shot to kill any person who will show up for the protest  
Occurred in Juba City, South Sudan on May 16, 2019, at 5:25 PM
Reported by viola via Internet on May 23, 2019, at 2:54 AM in Ocea Zone, Uganda
Also heard by 1 other(s)

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South Sudanese security forces occupied the Dr. John Garang mausoleum in Juba two weeks ago in anticipation of protests called by the youth, according to local residents. The youth are mobilizing through social media platforms demanding the ouster of President Salva Kiir. The campaigns are spearheaded by two groups calling themselves South Sudanese Youth for Change and the Red Card Movement. Several youth in diaspora and in the country have called for anti-government demonstrations in Juba on May 23.

Several residents of Juba said the square is closed by military forces.
“The mausoleum has been blocked by national security forces. Residents of Juba are in panic over the presence of many security forces in the streets of Juba,” several local resident told Hagiga wahid in telephone conversation.

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Ocea Zone, Uganda viola Internet 23-May-2019 @ 2:54 AM
Ocea Zone, Uganda viola Voice / telephone 16-May-2019 @ 5:27 PM

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