Saturday August 19, 2017

Journalist Mading Ngor Akec Kuai in Underage Sex Rape 

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JUBA – “He called me to come to his house,” she said according to the Leaked accounts of Bari girl who is 13 years of age raped by Journalist Mading Ngor Akec Kuai
The South Sudan journalist Mading Ngor Akec Kuai who is also controversial is at the center of underage sex accusations.

There is remorse in Juba that the accused journalist is under suicide watch at Juba hospital and could face jail for the statutory rape of a 13-year-old girl.
The leaked said, 11 month affair with the Mading Ngor Akec Kuai when she was just 12.”

According to Human Rights if he is convicted he could faces a possible life sentence and being placed on the sex offenders register.

The police said there could be an enough evidences to charge Mading Ngor Akec Kuai for abusing the underage girl.

Though there is a romourse that Journalist Mading Ngor Akec Kuai is arguing that the sexual contact was consensual.

Traumatic at Juba Concentration camp paint a picture of systematic abuse at the site designed to be a sanctuary. Amid the ongoing probe, neither reporters, nor opposition MPs are able to freely access the camp.

Families of other underage victims decided not to proceed with charges, as they were afraid of being tortured or possibly harm by the government of South Sudan. This leaked case is an example as such; Journalist Mading Ngor Akec Kuai is an unbounded supporter of Salva Kiir whom both come from Dinka tribe.

Some of the rape survivors provided crucial evidence in the case to the police while the Camera man at the police station usually deliberately chose blind spots of cameras so they would remain unseen.

“Mading called me and took me to his house. He offered me 700 South Sudanese pound for sex. I refused. Then he abruptly removed my trousers and raped me,” she added.

“A few days later, he called me again, but I ran. The next day, he grabbed me again, dragged me to his house and did the same thing,” the girl said.

In South Sudan’s war, the rape has become an everyday weapon for President Kiir’s military and his supporters

One example is in Unity State

“Before they took me, they took my father first.” When men with guns came to Nyajime’s village in South Sudan’s Unity State last May, they shot her father in the chest. He was badly injured, but he didn’t die, according to VICE NEWS

She ran with her family to hide him in the swamps by the Nile. Hidden in the reeds, he told them to leave him there and run away from the marauding fighters, sent by the government’s army fighting rebels in the South Sudanese civil war. When they returned, he was dead VICE NEWS reported.

Then the men with guns took Nyajime, along with 11 other girls from her village. Nyajime cried when she talked about her father, but she shed no tears when she recalled the four days she spent in the soldiers’ barracks.

“If you are lucky, you will get someone who will ask you about yourself, your age, where you are from, your family. They might recognize something about you,” Nyajime — whose name has been changed to protect her safety — said, VICE NEWS reported.

Luck, if you could call it that, was on Nyajime’s side. After the girls were walked to the army base and divided among the men, the fighter to which she was assigned asked Nyajime about her background. They discovered they were distant cousins. He didn’t touch her, according to VICE NEWS.

UN Human Rights Office documented the systemic use of rape as a weapon in South Sudan, which it said had become “one of the most horrendous human rights situations in the world.” Some of the most serious abuses of the conflict took place in Unity State in spring 2014, it said, with civilians suspected of supporting the opposition — including children and the disabled — being burned alive, suffocated in containers, shot, hanged from trees, or cut to pieces.

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“They raped even the young girls, old women and breastfeeding mothers. It happened to our neighbour with her girl child, she was raped by five men in front of their house and the child died,” said this mother of five who fled Leer. (Photo by Ashley Hamer/VICE News)

VICE NEWS added that, “The sexual assaults were characterized by their extreme brutality, with women who tried to resist or just looked their rapist in the eye being killed in some cases,” it said. One woman told the UN she had been stripped naked and raped by five soldiers in front of her children on the roadside and then raped by more men in the bushes, only to return and find her children missing; another was tied to a tree after her husband was killed and had to watch her 15-year-old daughter being raped by ten soldiers.
The Upper Nile Times

Nancy Mer Adongjok
Nancy Mer Adongjok is a senior reporter and a contributor for The Upper Nile Times.
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