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October 5, 2012 (KAMPALA) – Representatives for South Sudanese students’ union in Uganda (SSSU) formed a committee of inquiry on Friday in respond to alleged financial scandals.

The secretary of finance for the SSSU was arrested on Tuesday by top executive for allegedly withdrawing over $50,000 using forged signatures, allegations he denied while appearing in the students’ representative meeting on Friday in Kampala.

Bill Dhieu, the accused finance secretary, claims that he never took the money “alone” but admits discrepancies in the financial management.

“I know I may be guilty but I was not alone,” Dhieu told the nervous meeting.

“How many are you?” one representative asked. "Three of us will be held responsible,” Dhieu said explaining the three as signatories to the Union account who are the President, Secretary General and himself.

But SSSU leader, James Mayar, told the Sudan Tribune that the money was withdrawn while he was on vocation in Juba between July 4 to July 11, 2012 but pledges to cooperate with representatives’ committee of inquiry.

“There are over 44,000 South Sudanese who are members of the union in Uganda and this financial mismanagement by one person should not victimized the rest,” Mayar said when ask the likely implications of this financial swindle on the future funding of the Union.

“Investigation is under way and the truth will be established,” he added.

The students get their support from government officials in south Sudan as donation and the alleged misappropriation of fund could be embarrassing.

The representatives committee of inquiry will look into the financial statement of the Union accounts and report back to the house after a week’s time. The meeting, chaired by Speaker Deborah Apat, culminated to formation of seven member committee in line with the Union laws.

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  • 6 October 2012 06:31, by Mapuor

    South Sudan gained its independence last year and any refugee who is residing in Uganda, Kenya,DRC,Ethiopia and Sudan should have been at home by now.What are those thugs still doing in Uganda whose English is extremely bad and its almost a Pidgin that does have standard phonetic acceptable to English speakers the world over.Go back home.

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    • 6 October 2012 08:04, by Dinkawarrior

      Oh, God Almighty! Have mercy on your people in the hands of President Kiir’s family. I can’t believed this, every corner you get Kiir family hands on everythings. Those gangsters of 44,000 need to be identify where were they belong? Start from states level to counties and to all payams. I don’t thinks it’s necessarily to corruption like this. Shame on you!!!

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      • 6 October 2012 09:23, by Dinkawarrior

        Breeding of corruption by South Sudanese inside and outside the country instead of democracy is what will destroy our country! We need safety guidelines that could help our people and that could force Kiir and Riek to resign their position. Their corruption spoiled everybody in the country!

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    • 6 October 2012 13:26, by Eastern

      Mapuor, these are no longer refugees but selected South Sudanese based on ’technical know who’ at the South Sudan embassies, SPLM Chapters and ministries in Juba. Not every Soutyh Sudanese in Uganda or Kenya is a beneficiary of this loot. God have mercy on TRUE South Sudanese.

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    • 6 October 2012 16:40, by Baring

      those Student in Uganda, what they really studying? is it a corruption courses or East African Accountant. How they able to get money in this situation we are facing. all this are our corruption money still there in Ugandan Banks. Useless tribe distrow our country.....

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  • 6 October 2012 06:40, by 4Justice

    The purpose of his studies is to become a professional thief in RSS Government. His buddies in SPLA/M are waiting for him to graduate and become the big kahuna Finance or oil Minister. You people have succeeded in disgracing the entire dinka tribe as nothing but a bunch of greedy self-serving psychopath.

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    • 6 October 2012 06:53, by Banydit

      Right on 4Justice.
      I wish someone would make a KGB style service that would persecute such individuals, particularly in the government.
      They are conducting themselves with such corruption and greediness that I think they have forgeten who they were fighting for. It is the homeless, shirtless, shoeless and the hungry of South Sudan . I wish for these type of people hasty and painful death.

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    • 6 October 2012 07:19, by Marolditapei

      Stupid 4 Justice,Stupid Sudani ana,
      What are you talking about you damned S of B Motherfucker? Just go to the republican palace and do Bashir some blowjobs. Fucken stupid northerner and idiot!That is why Dr. Luka Biong Deng (Rommel) was firing at your ass verbally on this forum yesterday. You, Mohd Ali and Jallaby are all stupid ass-kissers for those live in republican palace in Khartoum. Damn!

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      • 6 October 2012 07:42, by 4Justice

        "Men and women become accomplices to those evils they fail to oppose." Dr. Stanley Monteith

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  • 6 October 2012 08:03, by michael coma

    South Sudanese students in Uganda are all ass kissing becoz they are the most pride element in term of education,suits wearing and many pens on theeir pocket.They are highly welcome to the stealing system.

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  • 6 October 2012 08:08, by Aarai Baka

    Wow even Southern Sudanese sudents abroad does scandal too like our leaders back in ROSS? I have no words for it.

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    • 6 October 2012 08:29, by michael coma

      We had fed up of you guys in Uganda.Here are your behaviors my dear,leadership greediness,sillent stealing,forgering of documents,money laundering,pride,slavery and satanic influenced.Many of you killed their relatives just to get wealth.

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      • 6 October 2012 10:08, by 4Justice

        Signs of demonic possession: Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Pride, Envy, Sloth, Wrath, strife, Hatred,stealing a lying tongue, Hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plots, Feet that are swift to run into mischief, a deceitful witness that uttereth lies, Him that soweth discord among brethren, adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, sorcery, variance, emulations...Apostle Paul goes on to say that the persons who commit these sins "shall not inherit the Kingdom of God".

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  • 6 October 2012 10:15, by Joseph Canada

    Anything under Dinka leadership will always have Corruption involvement. This is the most disgusting and shameful future that is painted to All Southern Sudanese which will go for Decades. Decentralizing the Government so that the States take care of Her people is the only solution. Or put a Non-Dinka Leadership.

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    • 6 October 2012 11:32, by katnyokarieu

      nuer ever where u get involved in money fruading,what a shameless greedy food loving community,those money re collected by the poor student trying to make their way to better life.

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      • 6 October 2012 11:56, by Dinkawarrior

        44,000 have been identified that 15,000 belong President Kiir’s family and
        15,000 to Vice President Riek’s family.
        And the 14,000 belong to South Sudan.

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  • 6 October 2012 11:55, by God Save SS

    Where there’s Dinka expect corruption and begging. Wasting country’s fund for nothing. Always traveling with big bags to show that they are studying abroad but in head empty. Dinkas are the really community breaking South Sudan down, no hard working but playing cards under trees forcing women to look after children. Waiting assistant/food from NGOs/UN. God really wasted his image via Dinka

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    • 6 October 2012 12:33, by michael coma

      Stupit boy called himself God save ss.look chicken,you mind has no differrent with chicken mind you parasite boy.You commented like street boy,you comments always base on dinka who liberated you out from slavery where you contributed young girls to Arabs every daily you witchcraft boy in nature.

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  • 6 October 2012 12:39, by michael coma

    Correction,i meant stupid boy,your instead of you.

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    • 6 October 2012 13:40, by Dinkawarrior

      The Ex Advisor to my enemy Buona Malual Madut is now become a family and private advisor to S.sudan President! Do you still truth Kiir anymore?
      Malwal Madut is known as tribalistic since he was born, look the way he divided himself into many sections. He is here in South Sudan while his Bank Account is still in Khartoum. He was an Advisor to Bashit but now he is Kiir’s Advisor.What do you expect

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  • 6 October 2012 13:25, by markuonliel

    To the committee of Enquiry,
    pliz investigate with out worry of any presure. because i know they might use the same money to threaten the committee. this thing should be done in Kenya and all over the diapora. ooh such a gut dem fck.

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    • 6 October 2012 13:30, by markuonliel

      HAND THEM OVER TO THE STUDENTS TO TEAR THEM APART.

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      • 6 October 2012 13:34, by markuonliel

        SOME OF THESE CORRUPT STUDENTS ARE NOT EVEN STUDING BUT JUST THERE HUSTLING. I WISH THEY ARE DEPORT BACK HOME (SS)

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  • 6 October 2012 13:38, by ViVa Sudan

    FUNNY LOWLESS INSECTS UGANDA STEALING THIER OWN MONEY & SALVA GRAPING NIUER OIL MONEY & PPL SUVERING & DIEING OF NO FOOD IDIOTS A TOTAL CRAP INSECTS OF NATION WITH A GOOD GARDEN LOWLESS AFRICAN PUPETS HAHAHAHAH HAHAH SO POOR & FUNNY U GO TO HELL IF YA THINK U CAN BELIVE THAT DRANKERS CAN MAKE A REAL STATE OF TIER OWN U NEED WHITE PPL TO LEAD U IDIOTS CORRUPTED FAKE GOVT . Haa haaaa

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  • 6 October 2012 15:39, by philipdit wol

    Please, Union form a committee to investegate and find out the cuprite amongst you Since it,s a funding from goverement would be consider under corruption.

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  • 6 October 2012 21:53, by panom lualbil

    Few are studying future of country like LATE PRESIDENT [DR JOHN GARANG DE MABIOR, yet others are about CORRUPTION and TRIBALISM, MR SALVA, what a wasting of funds this is! Plize quit wasting funds on those greedy students.

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  • 6 October 2012 23:21, by nyantung

    So, this students union has a cabinet and ministers? Where do they get their funds? Are those funds approved by the people of South Sudan (via the SSLA, representatives of the people of South Sudan)? Watching from the outside (USA) it is simply unbelievable. Have we really become just a nation of thieves?
    Prof. LNB

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