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South Sudan Fans blame their loss to Senegal on Politicians & Slay Queens who attended the match in Tunisia.



South Sudan Fans blame their loss to Senegal on politicians who attended the match in Tunisia.

The South Sudanese fans are dragging politicians who were watching the last night’s match saying the politicians came with their unluckiness hence, prompting the loss of the game in the last minutes.

One frustrated fan commented on Facebook; “Everything was fine until the Vice President raise the stick in his hand, and our team loss like falling mangoes.” Another one lamented; “these weak Politicians should not have been allowed to watch the important games our fellow citizens have hope for, losses sakit.”

Last night, the Basketball bright stars lost to Senegal in almost a tight game with Senegal at 69 and South Sudan at 66 points.

South Sudan finished the FIBA World Cup qualifiers group stage unbeaten, shocking the African Basketball World with the emergence of a new King whose aim is to conquer the FIBA World Cup in 2023 and beyond.

According to the reports seen by Juba TV, among the government officials who were watching the game include;

– Hon. Hussein Abdelbagi Ayii, Vice President for Service cluster.
– Dr Dhieu Mathok Diing, Minister of investment.
– Hon. Josephine Napon Cosmos, Minister of Environment and forestry.
– Dr Yolanda Awel Deng, Minister of Health.
-Hon. Simon Mijok Mijak, Minister of Road and Bridges.
– Hon. Madut Biar, Minister of Transport.
– Hon. Awut Deng Achuil, Minister of General Education and Instructions.
– Hon. Deng Dau Deng, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and international cooperation.
– Hon. Gen. Kuol Manyang Juuk, Senior Presidential Advisor.
– Dr Albino Bol Dhieu, Minister of Youth, Culture and Sport.

The first eight (8) officials led by Vice President Abdelbagi were attending the 8th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TCAD) taking place in Tunis, Tunisia, while the last two officials accompanied the fans mainly for the basketball games in Monastir, Tunisia. South Sudan still have two matches to play.

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