“Journalists act as pillars of peace in the society”, says NPC director

Juba Nov. 2 2021-The ED of NPC-SS Mr. Ochaya James and Madam Irene Ayaa of FJN  this morning appeals for the promotion of a conducive working environment for journalists in South Sudan as the country joins the rest of the world to commemorate the international day to End Impunity for Crimes against journalists’ on eye radio during the Dawn show on Eye radio.

“As we join the world, we call our government to take their responsibility of ensuring protection and safety of Journalists across the country”, he said.  

“Journalists act as pillars of peace in the society by passing information that aims to promote peaceful cohesion for peace,” he said. 

According to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) South Sudan has been ranked number 4 in the world impunity index because the South Sudan government has failed to bring to justice perpetrators of journalists’ crimes to face justice. NPC South Sudan.

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