Governor of Khartoum orders South Sudanese in Khartoum be deported  

The Governor of Khartoum State, Lt. Gen. Abdul-Rahim Mohammed Hussein has ask all south Sudanese in Khartoum to leave voluntary or they face deportation to South Sudan’ boarder State.

Khartoum State Police Director, General Ibrahim Osman, confirm at a press conference that the  governor has issued directives to deport all South Sudanese taking refuge in Khartoum back to South Sudan.

“The police are in the process of implementing the deporting of South Sudanese erecting makeshift homes and they are becoming a national threat,” Ibrahim said.

The 2013 conflict which erupted in Juba, which quickly spread all the country has forced thousands South Sudanese, especially women and children to seek refuge in the sister country, Sudan.