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BREAKING NEWS: South Sudan president sacks state-owned oil company head

JUBA- South Sudan President Salva Kiir has sacked the head of national oil company Nilepet, according to a government decree.

Managing Director James Thelweng Mathiang Rok had been relieved of his duties, according to a decree broadcast on state television. Rok had been in the position since February.

Chol Deng Thon Abel was named as new managing director, it said.

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1 comment

rezen Sep 7, 2017 at 5:56 pm

Subject: BREAKING NEWS: South Sudan president sacks state-owned oil company head, by Reuters
Sep 7, 2017

Commentary, 7 Sept 2017
It is the most brisk, clear, and to the point news item: A Managing Director, Thelweng Mathiang Rok, is relieved of his duties after seven months and replaced by Chol Deng Thon Abel. PERIOD!

The Honourable President who GAVE Independence, Freedom and Liberty to the good trusting people of South Sudan [1] knows best and thus not bound to explain his action. Anyone who is inclined to disagree should be prudent enough to abandon the country, living in exile, until his turn for the loot!

Post Script By the way, it is cunningly shrewd for the photographer to capture half-facial photo of ‘somebody’ in the background! It says a volume and concludes about us AFRICANS. WE ARE WHAT WE HAVE BEEN TUNED TO BE!!! I beg you to prove me wrong (in a “civilized” manner)!

Footnote [1] It is strange that INDEPENDENT FREE people, who fought for more than thirty years, cannot have indigenous name, thus clinging to geographical coordinates bearing the name of the old master i.e. The Sudan!

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