Kenyan allegedly tortured to death in Torit South Sudan accused of running a business without a licence Sudan
Posted by African Press International on August 17, 2012
In every country, there are rules if one wants to run a business. However, torture and killing those found not to adhere to the rules is not the answer.
The man who has been named Joseph Matu Kinyanjui is said to come from Nyeri county in Kenya and had moved to South Sudan to establish himself businesswise.
Media reports say he was found running a clinic in the country 170 kilometers away from Juba the country’s capital city in a town called Torit in Eastern Equatorial State.
His body was immediately taken back home for burial. Rev Peter Kinyanju who oversaw the has lashed out at the governement of South Sudan, telling them they should not ignore the plight of Kenyans in their country.
He reminded the South Sudanese of Kenyan hospitality during their quest for independence.
He wants them to know that businessmen from Kenya cherish the opportunity that is in the country and even wants to see joint business ventures in the future.
Killings like this should be avoided.