SAF Foils Human Trafficking Attempt in Blue Nile State
Ad-Damazin - Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) in Blue Nile State managed to release more than 2 thousand citizens who were detained by Malik Agar forces in Jam, Suda, and Jibu areas to send them to the Republic of South Sudan.
Blue Nile State Deputy Governor, Dr. Adam Abakar Ismail revealed in a statement to smc the stability and security situations in the state, adding that SAF managed to free more than 2 thousand citizens who were detained by Malik Agar forces in the hills to use them as human shields and trafficking them to South Sudan.
He added that they managed to contain the humanitarian situations besides establishing more than 12 residential areas provided with all services, adding that SAF seized a tank belonging to Agar forces.
He pointed out involvement of the returnees in the new agricultural season to contribute in its success, adding that the humanitarian situation in the state doesn't need the interference of any foreign parties.
By smc, 13/06/2012