The Directorate of Suspension, Research, and Statistics at South Sudan Central bank ordered for closure of all financial accounts in the name of Kerbino Wol, including KASS private Security Company and any other related properties.
The order came just a few days after an attempted prison break by Kerbino.
The move comes just five days after Keribino Wol and other inmates protested what they called detention without justice by the National Security Service on Sunday.
Kerbino Wol who owns KASS, a security firm in Juba is currently in detention at NSS’s Bluehouse over what the government describes as “administrative detention pending court-martial”.
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