FAKE NEWS: Adau Garang Ding deletes Facebook post and picture after claims that journalist who covered the peeing video of South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit, had died via committing suicide - hanging KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, December 17, 2022

FAKE NEWS: Adau Garang Ding deletes Facebook post and picture after claims that journalist who covered the peeing video of South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit, had died via committing suicide - hanging

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Adau Garang Ding deletes Facebook post and picture after claims that journalist who covered the peeing video of South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit, had died via committing suicide - hanging.

According to information, the picture of the man Adau shared on Facebook isn't that of the journalist, but that of a man who committed suicide in Nigeria a few months ago over much debts.

Avideo which has now gone viral online shows President Salva Kiir Mayardit of South Sudan urinating on himself at a public function, to the dismay of his aides and military officers nearby. Mr Mayardit, 71, has been the president of the troubled northeast African country since its founding in 2011 and has continued to preside over a protracted conflict which has kept the country underdeveloped, with about 82 per cent of its citizens in poverty.

It is not clear whether Mr Mayardit will seek to extend his 13-year grip on power with clear underlying health issues, but the country will be marching to the polls in 2023 for the first time since its founding. 

The elections, which were first scheduled for 2015, have been postponed thrice owing to various factors, including an attempted coup.The President, alongside other dignitaries, were attending a road commissioning event.

While reciting the National Anthem at the event, Mayardit is seen standing in front with his hand on his chest.

However, the camera man focuses on his trouser to show wetness starting from his crotch and spreading down to the ankle of his trousers.

The urine then spills to the floor as the President looks down to see the mess he's in. 

Other dignitaries did their best to look away. Moi Peter Julius, a political reporter for the South Sudanese newspaper The Corporate, was found murdered in a residential area of Juba late on the night of August 19, 2015, after being shot twice from behind.

His murder was committed three days after Mayardit publicly and officially threatened journalists, stating that "freedom of the press does not mean that you work against your country.

If anyone is unaware that this country murders people, "we will demonstrate on them."

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