Friday, July 08, 2016

Council Of States Security Guards Ate Drugged Food Because They Were Hungry!

By Deng Kiir Akok

The public learned on the news on Monday, July 4, 2016 that the Upper House of parliament (The Council of States) was robbed in the hours of Sunday morning resulting in the loss of 200,000 South Sudanese Pounds. These thugs were believed to have used four local girls (South Sudanese) to feed the security guards with drugged food.

The security guards were thought to be empty stomaches since they accepted to eat from the strangers' food which left them unconscious. One is said to have died later in the hospital. This was not the first time for criminals to give the guards drugged food to make them sleep and so they do whatever they would want to do at that institution.

The question is how do these robbers always feed our security guards with drugged food? It's because they always find them hungry. I wish There's day such culprits are caught while bringing drugged food to the security guards.

What we always get when listening to the news is that, " security guards ate drugged food then they felt in deep sleep and the robbers took advantage". I wish these criminals are caught one day with their drugged food and be fed on their own food to experience incapacitation security guards undergo when they eat their food.

But what made security guards to eat food in the first place from unknown sources? One would ask him or herself this question. Well, it's with simple answer like this, they were hungry, full stop.

No any other reasons that made them ate up the strangers' food. If the guards were not hungry, they wouldn't eat that drugged food. What if these guards were given a tiny amount of money for their dinner from that 200,000 South Sudanese Pounds which robbers took after feeding the guards with drugged food.

The fact was that this huge amount of Pounds was sleeping inside the office while the hungry security guards was spending sleepless night protecting the money and building. It would have been a wise decision if the house gave little money for the dinner of its guards, instead of giving robbers opportunity to fool the guards with their drugged food that took one life and cost the institution hundred of Pounds. This was unfortunate moment for the nation.

In conclusion, the author of this article doesn't want to hear of such stories again that security guards  have eaten up food from strangers and fell asleep leaving  robbers to carry on with their plan. These robbers' practices have become recurring incidents in Juba city, let all security guards learned from the past incidents.

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