Which Indian-origin lawyer has been appointed to chair panel on human rights in South Sudan?

Which Indian-origin lawyer has been appointed to chair panel on human rights in South Sudan?
[A]Narayanan Krishnan
[B]Godfrey Musila
[C]Kenneth Scott
[D]Yasmin Sooka

Yasmin Sooka
Yasmin Sooka, the South African Indian-origin lawyer and long-time human rights activist, has been appointed to chair a UN commission to monitor the human rights situation in South Sudan and make recommendations for their improvement. She has vast experience in global human rights matters and  will serve together with Kenneth Scott from the US and Godfrey Musila of Kenya on the Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan.


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