Foreigner working for the First Vice President’s office dismissed

Letter signed by Elijah Tut Bikot, executive director in Taban Deng’s office(File photo)

Letter signed by Elijah Tut Bikot, executive director in Taban Deng’s office(File photo)

Mar 27th 2018 (Nyamilepedia) – A foreigner previously working for the office of the First Vice President Taban Deng Gai has been dismissed after a revelation that a foreigner is working for the office of the First Vice President instigated criticism against the first vice president in the social media.

The Nyamilepedia on Monday reported that a foreigner who is of Uganda national, with the name Animu Risasi Afekuru, is working for the office of the First Vice president.

In fear of further criticism, Taban Deng’s office dismissed the foreigner who also obtained a South Sudanese passport according to unverified reports.

“We regret to inform you that we will be ending you terms of employment with the office of the First Vice President as of 26th March 2018,” partly reads a letter signed by Elijah Tut Bikot, executive director in Taban Deng’s office and extended to the Nyamilepedia.

The lady was ordered to hand over all the office item with effect from the date of the dismissal.

“You are required to handover all the office material, electornic or hard copy of all document, gatgets or equipment to which you had access during your consultancy service ” party read the later.

According to the letter, the lady has been working as consultant for the FVP office manager Mr Adel Sandrai.

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