Days after the United State of America recalled its ambassador to South Sudan, its embassy in Juba through its social media handles appears to be throwing shade at the government, according to netizens.

Through it FB handle the embassy posted a post congratulating SPLM for taking a leaf from youth-led group to clean South Sudan.

“Congratulations to Okay Africa Foundation for inspiring others to join the #NadafaLeBeledna campaign and keep South Sudan clean!,” the pages posted.

Through its page, the embassy recently started a “word of the day” post and for two weeks the word of the day had been:

The word for the day is “Kakistocracy:

Wikipedia defines “kakistocracy” as”a system of government that is run by the worst, least qualified, and/or most unscrupulous citizens.”

Days earlier, the page posted this:

The word for today is “Kleptocracy”

Wikipedia provides the following definition: Kleptocracy is a government with corrupt leaders (kleptocrats) that use their power to exploit the people and natural resources of their own territory in order to extend their personal wealth and political powers. Typically, this system involves embezzlement of funds at the expense of the wider population.

A kleptocracy is a government ruled by corrupt politicians who use their political power to receive kickbacks, bribes, and special favors at the expense of the populace, or simply direct state resources to themselves, relatives or associates. Kleptocrats may use political leverage to pass laws that enrich them or their constituents and they usually circumvent the rule of law.