Juba- November 3, 2021, As part of marking the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, the National Press Club of South Sudan in collaboration with other media partners organized a friendly match between the journalists and the police that ended 1:0 in favor of Police.
Speaking during the football match at Hai Seminary in Juba this morning Michael Duku the Chairperson for the organizing committee for End Impunity Against journalists stressed that, the football match aimed at creating a conducive working environment for the journalists with the police and to work together for the common goal of promoting peace and proper information to the public.
On his part, the chairperson for the South Sudan Football Association appreciated the two teams for having played with zeal for peace and togetherness.
He said football is a good game that brings together people for unity, football has no tribe and it does not segregate.
He further urged media partners to always organize such matches as it brings together people, especially journalists with the police to create friendly ground as these are people who have almost the same working ability.
The game peacefully ended 1-0 in favor of the police against the Journalists. NPC-SS believes that such similar games are important and should continue with other stakeholders to strengthen the relations between the journalists and stakeholders from diverse backgrounds.