The Kenyan government has advised its drivers against utilizing Juba-Yei parkway following a deadly assault a week ago.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Friday that it will look for confirmations from Juba however that drivers ought to dodge the street meanwhile.
“The Government of Kenya is worried by developing assaults against Kenyans and their inclinations in South Sudan,” it said, alluding to Yei-Juba interstate, a significant corridor associating South Sudan to its east African neighbors, Uganda and Kenya.
“Kenyans in trouble across South Sudan are urged to critically look for consular help from the government office in Juba. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is continually assessing the advancing circumstance and will give occasional updates and exhort on the security circumstance” the service said.
“The public authority is working intimately with the Government of South Sudan to guarantee that Kenyan interests are secured and that culprits of assaults against Kenyans are indicted to the furthest reaches of the law.”
This week, transporters have announced episodes in which shooters have trapped them and burnt their vehicles.
The transporters affiliation said on Thursday that two Kenyans were singed to death while another two were absent after their vehicles were assaulted at the Ame Junction that day.
Prior on Friday, the Kenya Transporters Association, a hall of haulage firms, spoke to unfamiliar transporters intending to head to South Sudan to try not to utilize Juba-Yei street because of uncertainty there.