Rwandan Peacekeepers conduct community work in Juba City

By IGIHE
On 30 September 2019 at 01:03

Rwandan Peacekeepers working under the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) on Saturday conducted a joint community work in Juba City.

They were joined by other Juba Sector Contingents and Officials from Juba City. The community work was done on different roads in Juba City Council.

While addressing the media after community work, the Deputy Mayor of Juba City Council, THIIK THIIK Mayardit said that Juba City leadership is thankful for what Peacekeepers in general and those from Rwanda, in particular, are doing in terms of protection of civilians and helping South Sudanese people particularly Juba residents to clean and protect their environment.

The UNMISS Sector Juba Commander, Brig Gen Eugene Nkubito thanked the Juba city leadership and all participants for sparing their time to carry out such an activity that aims to protect the environment. He urged Juba residents to adopt the community work concept as a solution for a clean and safe environment.

The Juba Sector leadership has opted to conduct community work in Juba City every last Saturday of the month.

This was initiated in order to share with brothers and sisters of South Sudan the idea of homegrown solutions as Rwandans often do back home.

The participants included members of Chinese Battalion, Rwanbatt3; Ethiopia Battalion; Nepalese High Readiness Company and officials from Juba City.

This was initiated in order to share with brothers and sisters of South Sudan the idea of homegrown solutions as Rwandans often do back home.
The Juba Sector leadership has opted to conduct community work in Juba City every last Saturday of the month.

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