Reports flooding the internet reveal that some journalists who covered the state event in South Sudan where president Salva Kiir Mayardit peed on his pants during a national anthem recitation have been missing one by one. Screengrab from viral video| South Sudan president Salva Kiir Mayardit wetting himself during the national ceremony.“ No Shame In Wearing…
South Sudan Journalists Missing After Videos Of South Sudan President Wetting Himself In Public
Reports flooding the internet reveal that some journalists who covered the state event in South Sudan where president Salva Kiir Mayardit peed on his pants during a national anthem recitation have been missing one by one. Reports also allege that some have been found dead.
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Breaking the news on his Twitter handle, an East Africa Legislative Assembly former candidate and former journalist from Kenya Bukyana Julius revealed this development in South Sudan claiming that all the journalists present during the state event had been subject to torture after reporting on the event.
South Sudan President Salva Kir has been an internet sensation after getting caught on camera peeing on himself during a road commissioning event.
The video has since gone viral on social media platforms evoking mixed feelings as people debate how African leaders never want to step down from power despite illnesses and old age.
Some medical commentators have given their opinions on reasons that might have led to the president wetting himself in public. Some of these reasons include the possibilities that Salva Kiir Mayardit could be suffering from a chronic urinary tract infection, which is common in older men. The sickness affects how men handle their bladder.
The other reason coming from diplomats suggests that the president might have exercised an extreme act of patriotism where he pushed himself not to go to the loo during the recitation of the national anthem.
South Sudan is currently gripped with a humanitarian crisis as armed conflicts are escalating in the country displacing over 20 000 people since August. Civilians and journalists in particular are reportedly under attack in this ruthless conflict.
Due to this sombre political atmosphere in the country, many believe it could be the reason as to why reports of missing journalists have not been shared across major media houses in South Sudan.
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