JUBA – South Sudan vice-president for services cluster and chairperson of the National Coronavirus Task-force Hussein Abdelbaggi Ayii has this afternoon returned to the capital Juba following two weeks in Kenya, according to a media official close to him.
Hussein who is also the chairperson of the South Sudan Patriotic Movement was rushed to the Kenyan capital Nairobi more than two weeks ago after complaining from heart-related complications and high-blood pressure.
The extend of the sickness was however downplayed yesterday by a SSOA official who said he went to Kenya just for regular medical checks saying he would return to the country within a week’s time.
“I am writing to you to announce the arrival of His Excellency Hussein Abdelbaggi Akol Ayii, the Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan for services cluster, to the country’s capital Juba this afternoon,” Steven Lual, the official spokesman for South Sudan Patriotic Movement and press official for South Sudan Opposition Alliance, told Sudans Post this afternoon.
“He arrived in the country this afternoon after a hospital visit to Kenya. He is in his best condition and he will go ahead with his usual duties immediately,” Lual added.