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Shocking As President Urinates On Himself On Live TV; Weird Video Drops and Goes Viral -WATCH VIDEO

FSalva Kiir Mayardit, President of South Sudan since independence on July 9, 2011, has gone viral on the internet for a very unfortunate incident.

On Tuesday, December 13 during the commissioning of a road, the 71-year-old President of South Sudan got his pants wet during the performance of the national anthem.

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Unfortunately, the event was broadcast on live television, so nothing could be done to change this embarrassing moment.

Clearly, he didn’t even know, till the floor got wet, He was flabbergasted to even find out himself.

The video has since received mixed reactions from the international community, with many social media users sharing contrasting opinions.

However, it has been made known in certain media publications that President Salva Kiir Mayardit (who is now 71 years of age) is believed to be suffering from a urinary tract infection which is quite common in older men.

Some blame and slander the cameramen for doing a dirty job of dishonouring their president while others insist they did the right thing by revealing he was not medically fit to lead a country. “This is what you get when you choose unhealthy people over healthy and competent leaders”.

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More about President Salva

Salva Kiir Mayardit, more commonly known as Salva Kiir, born September 13, 1951 in Bahr el-Ghazal, at the time of the Anglo-Egyptian State of Sudan, is a South Sudanese soldier and statesman, first president of the Republic of South Sudan since 2011.

Prior to his country’s independence, he served as First Vice-President of Sudan from 2005 to 2011. He was also appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) in 2005 after the sudden death of John Garang.

He has been the president of the troubled northeast African country since its founding in 2011 and has continued to preside over a protracted conflict which has kept the country underdeveloped, with about 82 per cent of its citizens in poverty.

It is not clear whether he will seek to extend his 13-year grip on power with clear underlying health issues, but the country will be marching to the polls in 2023 for the first time since its founding.

The elections, which were first scheduled for 2015, have been postponed thrice owing to various factors, including an attempted coup.

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