Amadi, 31st July 2018. The government of Amadi is calling on the Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism or CTSAMM and other UN Human Rights groups to investigate increasing rape cases in the state.
The call came after the government records several incidents of raping and road ambushes mostly by armed men in Amadi.
According to the deputy governor, Manasseh Dobai, the latest incident occurred this week when a female opposition commander ambushed a Kenyan driver and shot his female organ after he refused to have sex with her between Mundiri and Juba.
He says the diver is in a very critical condition as he is receiving his treatment currently in Juba.
“Those criminal in the bush we don’t know to which group they belong to and as the government we are still trying to identify the perpetrators and bring them to book, but communication is our biggest problem in the state’’, Doboi adds.
The official confirms that rape cases and road ambushes are rising every month and in July alone seven road ambushes which claimed more than seven lives has been recorded in the state.
He calls on media houses to reports all violations being committed by armed men in the state so that the world may know those who are violating Ceasefire Agreement.
The official was speaking to Anisa FM on Friday from Amadi state capital.