The reshuffling taking place in cabinets these days is quite baffling. South Sudan has joined the league of America and Nigeria as its President Salva Kiir has dismissed army commander Marial Chanuong Yol and Finance minister Stephen Dhieu Dau.
Kiir fired them without giving reasons.
Yol, nicknamed Tiger, was the commander of the presidential guard before he was appointed the army chief of operations, training and intelligence last year.
He was blacklisted by the UN Security Council in 2015 for alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the onset of war in December 2013 against members of the Nuer ethnic group.
Mr Dau was appointed Finance minister in 2016, with the hope of improving South Sudan’s straining economy.
However, the economy of the young nation has never been stable, especially since the 2015 devaluation of the South Sudanese Pound (SSP).
Former technical advisor at the Ministry of Trade Salvatore Garang Mabiordit was named the new Finance minister.