It is not going to be a good Christmas in Juba with the curfew in place.
Christmas in Juba is not only the the day. The traditional midnight service is the must attend service for many. As far back as I can remember, I have never missed this service, even during the hard faces of the war. There had always been allowances made for people to attend the midnight service without being harassed or arrested.
I hope the GOSS security will grant the people of Juba the chance to take part in the mid night mass.
So does it also mean no all night parties and new year bonanzas?