Since reports have surfaced that the supreme leader of North Korea was in a critical state following heart surgery in one of the hospitals while he remained absent in the celebrations of birth anniversary dated April 15 remembering his grandfather, state founder Kim Il Sung, Kim Jong-Un has spilled over the suspense in a final attempt. He made a public appearance for the first time after a long gap of 20 days and dismissed the buzzing rumours of his untimely demise.
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Kim Jong Un made his first public appearance after being disappeared for 20 days straight. Kim attended the opening ceremony of a fertiliser factory and also cut the ribbon after which the whole crowd broke into the cheers of hurrah, the Korean Central News Agency said. #kimjongun #northkorea
Was it a mere revelation or something more to it?
According to the state media, the dictator, however, slashed the ribbon at the grand aperture of a fertiliser plant in Sunchon, which released pictures depicting the occasion. The autocrat seemed to be in a happy gesture at the pomp while conversing to his aides who even toured the yard. But the credibility of such photographs wasn’t apparently confirmed. Korean Central News Agency has reported that the tyrant was led by several senior North Korean administrators where his younger sibling, namely Kim Yo Jong wasn’t an exception.
When US President Donald Trump was enquired about the KCNA account, he reverted saying, ‘I’d rather not comment on it yet. We’ll have something to say about it at the appropriate time.’
NEW: Kim Jong Un attended the opening of a fertilizer factory on May 1, in his first public appearance in weeks. – KCNA pic.twitter.com/k2c6t6nB40
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An effusion of hunch
Previously, a swirl of groundless reports emerged on the hype, inclusive of the one from the vice director of Hong Kong Satellite Television, Shijian Xingzou that alleged Kim was no more. Daily NK’s report on Friday ultimately made a breakthrough in the forum revealing the government had provided an injunction signed by Kim himself.
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Now, North Koreans are steadily concerned about the possibility of being subjected to punishments rooted from the unverified discussions about Kim family, a team working with renegades has disclosed. Besides, a source also warned about certain hints aimed at qualifying Kim’s whereabouts referring to the glimpse of a personal train that arrived in Wonsan followed by further satellite images displaying boats used by Kim and his retinue as intentional deflecting strategies.
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