Female student kills in Bor

Female Students in Bor, Jonglei State/File photo

Authority in Jonglei state has reported that a senior four female student was killed in Bor town on Thursday. According to the police investigation, the prime suspect is her brother allegedly stabbed her to death with a knife at Lek-yaak suburb.

An eyewitness says the 20-year-old Rebecca Amuor Mawut was stabbed four times in the chest while separating the conflicting brothers. The cause of fighting remains unclear.

Her mother and two other relatives sustained knife injuries admitted to Bor hospital. 

Maj. Gen. Joseph Mayen Akoon is the police commissioner in Jonglei. He says the suspect has been arrested, and the investigations will soon commence establishing the course.

“We received the report yesterday about a young girl at her 20 stabbed to death by her brother in Lek-Yaak. The suspect surrendered himself to Police, and he is now under custody while waiting for the investigations to do.”

The school of the deceased student has suspended its operation for four days, citing her death.

Akech Magot Akech is the principal at Day Star Academy secondary school, condemned the student’s killing and called authority to arrest the cuprite. 

“Our voice as the school, it is a painful experience to kill a student. We need justice for Amuor, and we argue the families in Bor to respect students and provide necessary protection to them.”

Medical Director at Bor Hospital, Dr. Chaw Manyang, says the mother of the disease and the other two people are being treated with injuries.


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