High school student sentenced to 2 years in prison for criticising the government

High school student sentenced to 2 years in prison for criticising the government

South Sudan Police

A student has been sentenced to two years imprisonment for criticizing the government, according to Headmaster of Bishop Caesar Mazzolari Memorial Secondary School.

Gabriel Kuc Abyei warns students to distance themselves from politics to avoid being in prison, Good News Radio reports.

He advises students to stop discussing political affairs within the school premises.

The headmaster urges the students to adopt good behaviors to avoid embarrassments.

He discourages loitering and sitting under trees while lessons are going on in the classes.

Abyei says his administration does not promote nonsense and is ready to dismiss students who are not prepared to learn.

The speaker talked to students during the commemoration of late Bishop Caesar Mazzolari Day in Rumbek.

Via Catholic Radio Network

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