Rebels are reported to have attacked and killed six bodyguards of South Sudan VIce President James Wani Igga.
The attack saw two other bodyguards sustain injuries during that attack that was confirmed the Vice President’s spokesman Kalisto Lado.
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Luckily Mr. James Wani Igga was not in the convoy at the time of the incident that took place at Lobonok the home village of the Vice President.
The National Salvation Font is reported to be responsible who also burnt down the vehicles ferrying the bodyguards.
James Wani Igga is nt only the Vice President but also is in charge of matters to do with the economy.
The rebel is yet to claim responsibility that happened on Wednesday.
In March Sudan Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok survived an assassination plan when his convoy was moving through the country’s capital city of Khartoum.
A huge explosion happened immediately after they had passed in a the company of his security officers.