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Former E.E Governor Louis Lobong has been injured in a car crush.

Former governor of South Sudan’s defunct Torit state Louis Lobong has been injured in a car crush outside Juba this morning, close aides have said.

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The former governor was heading to Torit when his car overturned in just a few miles away from Gumbo area, a Juba suburb on the other side of the river Nile.

“Yes the Hon. Loius Lobong has had a care accident this morning. He is injured and he is now being treated a private hospital in Juba here,” one aide said.

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Another aide to the South Sudan News Now (SSNN) that the former governor was heading to Torit when the incident happened at 9:30 AM today and said he and two body guards were injured and some others weren’t.

The aide said there were only seven people in the two cars including Lobong himself.

“The accident occurred at 9am this morning. The governor was going to Torit and all inside are safe including himself who had minor injuries,” he added.



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