Last week, President Salva Kiir’s bodyguards reportedly manhandled a son to South Sudan founder John Garang.
Mabior Garang de Mabior was reportedly harassed and barred from attending a cabinet meeting for putting on a bowtie.
Mabior who is the minister for water resources and irrigation was forced to return home and “dress appropriately”.
On Monday, a similar routine popped up when the minister was intercepted by members of the national security.
According to the report, national security tried to prevent Mabior from traveling on Monday morning despite asking for authorisation.
He had already been cleared by cabinet to travel.
In his own words, Mabior says Kiir is still operating a one-man machine although he formed a transitional government of national unity with his former rival Riek Machar.