Kenyan, Ugandan banks targeted in fresh sanctions on Juba warlords
Sunday February 4 2018
Ukraine has been accused of supplying South Sudan with weapons despite arms embargo. FILE PHOTO | AFP
US, EU and AU come out strongly to enforce peace agreementS.
The sanctions, sources said, would target the country’s top leadership, including the opposition, and would include asset freezes.
In the new approach, President Kiir, Dr Machar and top generals risk their assets outside South Sudan being seized and their bank accounts frozen at home and abroad in case they scuttle the political talks.
Most of the names targeted are known to do business with Kenyan and Ugandan banks and other financial institutions, as well as owning luxurious properties in the two countries.