KAJOKEJI CATHOLIC DIOCESE AND HEALTH TRAINING INSTITUTION RELOCATED TO UGANDA OVER INSECURITY.

By News room

The war and increased insecurity in the neighbouring South Sudan has forced religious and educational institutions to relocate to Uganda to save lives.

About a million South Sudanese have fled to West Nile in Uganda amidst claims of ethnic cleansing by the warring factions in South Sudan.

Already, a health training institution from Kajokeji town has relocated to Arua District with all its students. In Moyo, preparations are almost complete to relocate the Catholic Diocese of Kajokeji to Moyo town.

Kajokeji is located in Yei River State, one of the 28 states in South Sudan. Before the creation of states, it was part of the six counties of Central Equatoria.

The Local Council Five Chairperson of Moyo District William Anyama confirmed that land and structures have already been put in place to accommodate the bishop and other diocesan leaders from Kajokeji diocese in the district.

In Arua town, Kajokeji Health Training Institute has already opened its gates for the students to continue with their studies.