Ugandan authorities detain 20 South Sudanese refugees for violence

At least 20 South Sudanese refugees have been arrested in Obongi district in Uganda following the recent violence. This is according to eye radio news

Last week, many people were injured and hundreds of houses burnt in an ethnic fight among South Sudanese refugees in Palorinya refugee settlement in Northern Uganda.

The officer-in-charge of the refugee desk, Titus Jogo says policemen are investigating the twenty suspects. He said they will be taken to court soon. The clashes are said to have been caused by alleged maize theft.