Dismissed Bessilia County Commissioner Welcomes His Dismissal
The recent relieved Bessilia County Commissioner in Wau State Hon. Charles
Anthony Barande has welcomed his removal.
01 December 2016 By James Deng Dimo
Wau, 01 December 2016 [Gurtong] - Anthony Barande who was sacked last
Monday by the State Governor, Andrea Mayar said that he appreciated the
move because he has since the appointment was unable to perform his duties
due to his health condition and other circumstances including lack of
consultation by the State Governor before appointing him to lead the post.
“Actually i heard it yesterday that I was relived from the post of Bessilia
County, that is right because when I was appointed without consultation,
the same time you know I was a commissioner for five yeara of Wau County
from 2005 up to 2010 and also I was a political adviser for government of
Western Bahr el Ghazal State during that time after commissionership, for
my health condition that is why i rejected the post of Commissioner,” said
“This post needs a young person, we have to leave chance to them also so
that they have to learn because we are going, therefore, we have to train
younger men so that they have to take over from us that is why I apologized
to the Governor and I thank the Governor for his trust which he appointed
me. But I apologize because of these conditions,” said Barande.
Barande who was dismissed was replaced by Francis Ibrahim Patricio.
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