South Sudan’s political arena is squeezing out the people of Gen. Taban Deng Gai, the Vice President of South Sudan.
In the latest development, it is getting clearer that perfect relations with the head of the ‘Kingdom’ results to more political posts. The groups are out there to please boss and marry the political solace which is the positions awarding. This would be the outcome of good relation with the President.
But Gen. Taban is said to still have good relation with the boss, but political bystanders are not taking it lightly. There are laughters and mockery as well.
It is a battle of “My people must get posts” and that is the advantage of it. At least to them.
Many politicians are actually capitalizing on their bosses to pave way for status. The position distribution is now based on which politician or military general have played his cards well.
Today, a group of Taban’s loyalists have taken to media to protest the lack of appointment or rather the appointment a very few number of people from their side which fell below their expectation.
The TGoNU is heat!
The group is demanding the ‘whys’ in the letter.
They have also rejected the step taken by the government to appoint the new leaders to various posts at the states.