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President Kiir joins mourners to send off deceased military generals

April 28, 2021(Nyamilepedia) — South Sudan President, Salva Kiir, joined mourners at the Juba International Airport to send off two deceased generals who died recently of what is believed to be COVID-19.
President Salva Kiir paying his last respect to deceased generals at the Juba International Airport before they are sent to their birth places for burial(Photo credit: courtesy image)
President Salva Kiir paying his last respect to deceased generals at the Juba International Airport before they are sent to their birth places for burial(Photo credit: courtesy image)

According to the presidential press unit, president Kiir visited the airport to pay his last respect to late Major General Ajang Deng Reech and late Major General Mayiik Michar Deng before being sent off to their rural villages for burials.

“Wednesday 28th April 2021- His Excellency President Salva Kiir Mayardit, joined mourners at Juba International Airport to pay last respect to late Major General Inyasio Ajang Deng Reech, affectionately known as Ajang Marialdit and the Late Major General Mayiik Michar Deng, whose caskets were flown to their respective home areas for burial.” The office of the president announced.

“The President conveyed his heartfelt condolences to the families, friends, colleagues and communities of late Major General Inyasio Ajang Deng Reech and Major General Mayiik Michar Deng who passed on recently this month.” They added.

According to the president Kiir, late Major General Inyasio Ajang Deng Reech was a dedicated soldier who served with utmost faith during his military career and late Major General Mayiik Michar Deng was a member of 105 soldiers who fired the first bullet in Bor in 1983.

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