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Insight Security CEO appointed new deputy manager of the company after the expulsion of 18 Foreign employees

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WS Insight Limited, a private security company operating in South Sudan, has announced the appointment of a new deputy manager, while stating that it was acting under a ministerial order.

South Sudan government on Friday deported several foreign nationals, employed by the company in Juba, following accusations that they undermined the security of the state. Interior Minister Michael Chiangjiek said the security company had been asked to form a new management.

In a press statement extended to Radio Tamazuj on Sunday, the company’s CEO, Ashton Towler said Insight is currently putting in place a new management structure in compliance with ministerial-level requirements. He added that the first appointment of a new Deputy Country Manager was made on Saturday.

“The Company continues to work closely with the relevant national authorities and institutions to ensure services remain uninterrupted. While these actions are disruptive, the Company remains fully operational and continues to deliver services to its clients throughout South Sudan without interruption,” the statement reads in part.

The company stressed that it is fully compliant with national laws in South Sudan and this includes timely payment of all taxes. The management of the security company denied the allegations of mistreatment of staff.

WS Insight is an international company operating throughout Africa. It has been operating in South Sudan since 2007 and currently employees in excess of 5,000 national staff. Insight provides services to over 100 corporates, embassies, INGOs and humanitarian organisations in South Sudan.

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