Kenyan bus driver locked up in South Sudan over a traffic offence, he is surviving on 1 meal a day (PHOTOs)

Friday, April 5, 2019-A Kenyan driver identified as Asford Mwangi Mburu has been locked up in a cell in Juba, South Sudan, after he was arrested over a traffic offence.

Mwangi works with Simba Coach bus  Company.

According to reports, he is getting 1 meal a day and the brutal cops at Gumba police station in Juba where he is locked up  are treating him like a dog.

He has tried to contact his employer but his efforts bore no fruits.

His family members want the Government to intervene and bring their son back home.

Here are photos of Mwangi, an innocent Kenyan languishing in a cell in Juba after he was arrested over a traffic offence.


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