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Sacked S. Sudan oil entity workers demand reinstatement

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June 12, 2018 (WAU) - More than 20 former staff of South Sudan’s oil company (Nilepet) are demanding that they be reinstated to work.

The staff, mainly working at the depot, were sacked last week.

Nilepet management, in a letter Sudan Tribune obtained, instructed the staff to stay home until a “refinery kicks off soon as scheduled”.

Emmanuel Deng Gordon, a Nilepet supervisor of a retail outlet who was also served with the letter, suspects nepotism at the oil entity.

“He [branch manager] has appointed a number of new staff after us and they were not given probationary periods,” Deng said Tuesday.

“I want to make it clearly to the managing director and the board of directors to look into our matter seriously. Let him be concerned about the [staff] of Wau depot and retail outlet,” he further stressed.

Nilepet was established in 2003 under the Civil Authority for New Sudan (CANS) to link the oil companies with CANS, the then civil government in the liberated areas of South Sudan. The state-owned company was incorporated on 1 June 2009 under the New (South) Sudan Companies Act 2003 by the Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development.

In March, the UK-based campaign group, Global Witness accused the leadership in South Sudan of using revenues from Nile Petroleum Corporation (Nilepet) to fund the war.

South Sudan got the lion’s share of the oil when it split from Sudan in July 2011, but it’s only export route is through Sudan, giving Khartoum leverage and leading to pricing disputes.

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  • 13 June 2018 11:39, by Kuch

    "Sacked S. Sudan oil entity workers demand reinstatement"
    Let them take ’up arms & come and fought the government of South Sudan if they damn can’ But all l all, South Sudanese oil engineers, don’t want these wretches in our country. We are way well ahead of these dirty intrigues. We don’t want to have any Bantus, Nigerians, their evil juus, their cloned arabs of North Sudan,>>>

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    • 13 June 2018 11:45, by Kuch

      their gulf Arab states’ paymasters, their so-called ethiopia, Kenya & some of their creepy allies in between. Fellows, WAR is here. And we are not going to live side by side with these evils---white people, remove your damn rubbish from *South Africa, Kenya, the so-called ethiopia & here in South Sudan. We don’t like white people dirty intrigues. Fellows, we are the Ancient Egyptians and we are>>>

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      • 13 June 2018 11:48, by Kuch

        going to bomb our enemies out of our country, our region & even some other regions we respect, their countries & their people.

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  • 13 June 2018 14:42, by Eastern

    The next option is for them to go pick up the many guns for hire and do what the UNKNOWN GUNMEN are doing! Rob and kill the few people in South Sudan who still have some money!

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