Kenyans condemns the killing of four aid workers in South Sudan

A large section of Kenyans has condemned the killing of four Kenyan aid workers who were killed in an ambush last Saturday as they travelled to their base in Pibor town in Juba. 

According to many, the government of South Sudan should have provided security to the four workers of Grassroots Empowerment and Development Organisation (Credo).

It is alleged that the four were killed by rebels in the region controlled by the rebels associated with the former vice president, Riek Machar.

The rebels, on the other hand, denied the allegations and blamed president Salva Kiir government for the killings.

Meanwhile, the bodies of the four Kenyans were on Saturday morning flown into the country and received by their families at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. 



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