South Sudan President Salva Kiir and his Vice President Riek Machar could face sanctions fallowing the recent conflicts faced in the country.
The Inter-governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) is fronting hefty sanctions imposed on the two leaders behind the bloody conflict.
A joint communiqué adopted by all state members on Saturday 16th July 2016 called for asset freeze, travel ban and arms embargo sanctions against perpetrators of the violence in Juba.
Similar sentiments were echoed by UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon called for an arms embargo and sanctions against government officials.
Forces loyal to President Kiir and former rebel leader Machar clashed leaving more than 300 people been killed and 40,000 forced to flee their homes following fresh fighting in South Sudan.
The IGAD head of states and governments had met during an extraordinary summit in Kigali, Rwanda over the weekend also called the United Nations Mission in South Sudan reinforced and its mandate extended.