A conspicuous South Sudanese business analyst has fled to the United States, blaming South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir for requesting him slaughtered or kidnapped in Kenya – a claim straight denied by the administration in Juba.
Subside Biar Ajak arrived at Dulles Airport outside Washington, DC with his better half and three little youngsters in the wake of going from Nairobi. He disclosed to Reuters news office that top South Sudanese authorities whom he declined to recognize had cautioned him that Kiir had requested a group to steal or murder him in the Kenyan capital.
Ajak said SUVs with South Sudanese enlistment plates tailed him in Nairobi, where he moved in February after around year and a half in jail in South Sudan on charges he had upset the harmony by addressing the outside media. He was absolved in January.
“Around five weeks prior, I got data that the leader of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, had requested the National Security Service … to either murder me in Nairobi or kidnap me and take me back to South Sudan,” Ajak told Reuters.