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S. Sudan student union probes ex-leader over corruption

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April 25, 2016 (KAMPALA) – Members of South Sudanese students’ union said they have formed a committee to investigate corruption cases involving its former president who allegedly mismanaged unspecified sums of the association’s finances.

South Sudanese students at their embassy in Kampala, Uganda (ST/File)

The union leader, Albino Akol said the committee, headed by Marial Makuong, would investigate the former union president accused of corruption.

Akol vowed he would work closely with all students to address challenges that may be an obstacle to their studies

“Despite inadequate funding, the union strived to graduate at least 95 students in 2016 keeping other factors like retakes constant,” Akol told Sudan Tribune Monday.

He added, “Owning to the facts that out of 143 students assisted, 95 were in their final semesters”.

The union’s information secretary, Koch Madut said the leadership was doing enough to combat corruption, describing it as the disease hampering the union’s progress.

“Despite all the mess and low reputation [resulting] mainly from previous leaders, we still appealed for President Salva Kiir’s directives and advices,” said Madut.

He said current union leadership would encourage accountability and transparency.

About 30,000 South Sudanese students study in Uganda due to its quality education system.

(ST)

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  • 26 April 2016 06:12, by Eastern

    Like father, like sons! The SPLA thievery runs in their blood. What their fathers are doing in Kiir’s government is what their sons are honing at school. Shame!

  • 26 April 2016 08:14, by Kerem

    Corruption is in the blood of South Sudanese and it has become an inheritance from generations to generations.

    I used to hear of corruption even in their current union leadership and in the same way, they will be investigated when their term ends. God save our country

  • 26 April 2016 08:49, by J P Puok

    ahahahha ati Salvatore kiir will intervenes to stamp out corruption! did I over heard something like that? the joke of the day.

    • 26 April 2016 13:00, by Mading Makuac

      @Eastern,money is a devil even you can misuse it if you get a chance .That attitude of corruption can’t be inherited from but it results from greediness and egocentric .Anyway,the student board needs to appropriately handle financial resources or else donor will not support again.



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