Mahmoud Solomon Agok, the Minister of Interior (M) cutting ribbon during the launch of new tracking device.

South Sudan’s government introduces vehicle tracking device at Nimule border

South Sudan’s government has announced the introduction of a new vehicle tracking device to monitor vehicles entering the country from Nimule-Elegu border (South Sudan-Uganda border)

Mahmoud Solomon Agok, the National Minister for Interior said the device was secured from Securiport Company.

“I am here to witness official launching of vehicle registration and control system which is introduced by the directorate of traffic and Securiport Company mainly to control vehicles entering and exiting South Sudan,” Agok said in Nimule during the launching ceremony.

Agok said the biometric technological device will ensure order and efficient services.

“This system will control vehicle and passengers through measures and technologies that will enhance the ministry’s existing capacities such as biometric capture,” Agok said.

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