Police in Juba have arrested a man who abducted his own children to sell to some Murle people who are residing in Konyo Konyo.  
Occurred in Juba, South Sudan on September 2, 2020, at 1:37 AM
Reported by JJ via Walk-in / in person on September 2, 2020, at 8:30 AM in Ocea A, Uganda
Also heard by 5 other(s)

This rumour is confirmed true and is of high priority – here's why:
A policeman in Juba was arrested while attempting to sell his two sons, citing inability to take care of them due to the hard economic times and poverty which made his wife to abandon him and marry another man, leaving behind the two sons with him.
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Location Reported by Via Date
Ocea A, Uganda JJ Walk-in / in person 2-Sep-2020 @ 8:30 AM
Odobu, Uganda JJ Walk-in / in person 2-Sep-2020 @ 8:10 AM
Ofua 1, Uganda JJ Walk-in / in person 2-Sep-2020 @ 8:05 AM
Ofua 6, Uganda JJ Walk-in / in person 2-Sep-2020 @ 7:50 AM
Imvepi, Uganda JJ Voice / telephone 2-Sep-2020 @ 5:30 AM
Ofua 3, South Sudan anonymous Voice / telephone 2-Sep-2020 @ 1:40 AM
JJ
September 2, 2020 | 2:32 AM | JJ
JUBA - South Sudan’s National Police Service detained a man this week for allegedly trying to sell two of his children at Juba’s Konyo Konyo market. The man denies the charges, saying he was trying to find someone to adopt his children because he cannot afford to feed them.
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Sebit
September 1, 2020 | 12:13 PM | anonymous
MODERATOR The man admitted the offense of attempting to sell his children after police arrested him in Juba.

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https://eyeradio.org/father-admits-to-attempting-to-sell-his-children-citing-hardship/