South Sudan police to sue traffic rules violators

South Sudan traffic police have announced opening a case against drivers who violate traffic rules and regulations.

According to a statement dated September 6th and seen by Abyei FM on Monday, those who do not comply with the traffic regulations will have their properties detained and later tried in court.

“The administration of the traffic police would like to inform the public that, we are going to open a case against the people who are still violating rules and regulations of traffic after detention of their properties,” the statement says.

Driving numberless, unregistered, and tinted glassed cars are among the offences attracting fine in the court.

But car with tinted glasses from the factory driven with written permission from the police are exempted. Business people dealing in selling black stickers for tinting car glasses are also at the risk of being jailed or fined.

No fine shall be paid outside the court, according to the statement signed by Director General of Traffic Police, Major General, Kon John Akot.