by Alex Anhalt
Mission Network News
There’s still the travel ban to contend with. There is ban in place preventing the pastors from leaving the country. That means both pastors are being held in Sudan, prevented from returning home to their families and congregations in South Sudan.
However, things took a turn for the better on Monday. The lawyers representing the pastors met with Sudan’s National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS). There were concerns that it was the NISS who had placed the ban, which would make the process a long and difficult one. Instead, the NISS ensured that this was not the case.
It was actually the prosecution that issued the travel ban; but upon further investigation, it was discovered that the court’s file had no record of it...