BREAKING: A Heavy Fist Fight Breaks Out in the President’s Office Over “Outstanding Payments”
Dec 06, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– A physical confrontation between senior staff of the office of the president is reported to have happens at the presidential palace J1.
The fight happens between the acting Chief Administrator Amb. Bol Wek Agoth and Thiik Thiik Machar, a notorious nephew to the president who has been using his uncle’s names for favors from senior government officials.
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According to eye witness account, the two went into serious argument over some outstanding payments to settle Thiik too many personal problems.
Through his utterances, Thiik accused the Acting Chief Administrator of sleeping over his job and having run down the office of the president into bankruptcy, the visibly angry Thiik charged.
He further accused the Acting Chief Administrator for having vacated his office at the general administration block of the office of the president and always hanged around the president for unnecessary attention, neglecting his responsibilities, he lamented.
In the ensuing confusion, Acting Chief Administrator shot back that you are the very people demanding to be pay unbudgeted payments and you will turn around later to accused people of corruption like what you and your uncle have done to Mayen Wol, the former chief Administrator and Yel Luol, the former executive Director who are serving life imprisonment because of your too many demands with your uncle’s family, an eye witness confirmed.
The two were restrained by other colleagues and Thiik was asked to leave the office compound.
A senior aide to the president talking on condition of anonymity expressed his outrage about the incident but concurred with Thiik that the office is not functioning.
He says that staff morale is very low and no one seems to know what they are doing. He also suggested that the Acting Chief Administrator is having anxiety of why he is not confirmed in his position and has been doing things with the “I don’t care” attitude.
The senior aide added that anger is still raging and two camps have emerged, one group standing with Amb. Bol, the Acting Chief Administrator and the other group with Thiik Machar, the nephew of the president.
This is a replica scenario that let to the scandal that let to the demised of both Mayen Wol Jong and Yel Luol Koor, the two former powerful officials around the president for many years when the now fighting group made a spirited fight against both Mayen and Yel.