Army Calls for calm after Chief of staff is sacked

May 10, 2017, 05:25 AM

Major streets in South Sudan’s capital Juba remained quiet on Wednesday morning, as the deputy army spokesperson Col. Santo Domich called for calm after the president made changes in the army leadership.

President Salva Kiir issued a decree on Tuesday sacking the country's Chief of general staff, Paul Malong.

The news about Paul Malong’s sacking sparked fears in a nation, reeling from pockets of instability.

Col Santo Domich spoke to the Breakfast show, allaying these fears