Friday 5 October 2012
October 04, 2012 (KAMPALA) – The Secretary of finance for the South Sudanese Students’ Union in Uganda (SSSU) is in police custody in Kampala after being accused of forging signatures and withdrawing more than $50,000 without the (...)
Saturday 6 October 2012
October 5, 2012 (KAMPALA) – Representatives for South Sudanese students’ union in Uganda (SSSU) formed a committee of inquiry on Friday in respond to alleged financial scandals.
The secretary of finance for the SSSU was arrested on (...)
Thursday 8 November 2012
November 7, 2012 (KAMPALA) – Ugandan police set free Monday all but one of the top leadership of the South Sudanese Students’ Union (SSSU) in Kampala, after finding no grounds to prosecute them for financial malpractice.
Bill Dhieu, the (...)
Tuesday 16 October 2012
October 15, 2012 (KAMPALA) – Leaders of the South Sudanese Students’ Union (SSSU) in Uganda, including the president, have stepped down after the union’s parliamentary committee of inquiry found them responsible for the loss of more than (...)
Monday 21 November 2011
November 20, 211 (KAMPALA) – James Mayar Arieth was elected the head of the South Sudanese Students Union in Uganda (SSSUU) beating the five other candidates by one vote on Saturday. He promised to discover whether funds had been (...)
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