Painful, disgusting and untimely: Mathuc Mayuol Achuil left us vexing for the sudden death!

Posted: November 20, 2016 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Columnists, Commentary, Emmanuel Ariech Deng, Opinion Articles, Opinion Writers

By Emmanuel Ariech Deng, Juba, South Sudan

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November 20, 2016 (SSB) — As I write this mourning message to inform your lovely relatives, brothers, friends and colleagues across the world about the untimely disappearance of your image in our vicinity, I was less energetic, paled and confused to believe that it has just happened, why have you untimely departed?, you left us in a desperate trauma.

On the fateful day of 17/11/2016, you suddenly departed from us without a word, without a copy of your living image and we cannot retract your compassion, your humility, your smiles, your rare character and more over your contribution to our affairs! What a painful loss, what a distinguished personality! Why have you done it that way God, why didn’t you spare us sometimes to show our sympathy in caring for our beloved Brother the Late Mathuc Mayuol Achuil!

Your saddened death medically described to be heart failure, is still vexing in my mind and others the same-because you are too young to die of the heart failure. I appeal to your divine spirit to know that you left us with extreme physical and mental sufferings to imagine the living world without you and your extraordinary, compassionate degree of company anointed with in-built generosity.

We are in difficulty to overcome the grief due to your achievements in academics and how friendly you enter-act with others, is lively unforgettable. Although death is eminent and unavoidable destination, it is too early to leave us unmarried with no child as a living memory.

It is indeed a huge loss to the family, Kuac Community in particular and South Sudan in general because his unique talent cannot easily be re-discovered in the organization he serves, nor could it possibly be procreated in another dimension.

Born on to a well respected esteemed traditionally valued family of Anyuat Ayii and Mayuol Achuil (Parents), the Late Mathuc holds a bachelor degree from Kampala University in Uganda and served the government of South Sudan as 1st Lieutenant in National Security services to which his unwavering service remain now a vacuum.

The body was flown today from Juba to Kuajok, then to home village in Koot, Eastern Bank of the River Jur. The bereaved family, friends and colleagues in Juba will have mournful prayers at the home his maternal aunt Mama Nyanut Ngor Malok in Guddelle-Hai Referendum road where the deceased resides.

My heartfelt condolences to Anyuat Ayii, Mayuol Achuil, brothers and Sisters and the rest of the family members that God gives, God takes and to not disengage from the urbanization about this sudden death of the only son that has paved his way through the thick and thin to such profound profile.

Let his legacy lives in his younger brothers and sisters to advance the unfinished vision of the Late in academic and other avenues by not denying them the opportunity in frustration of this natural catastrophe.

We are totally in unbearable grief for how swift the fate has taken you, sparing us no time to provide you with due health care. May almighty GOD REST HIS SOUL IN PEACE!

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  1. Sympathizer says:

    It is so sad. May the lord R I P. Thanks Emmanuel for keeping us informed.


  2. Panda Yentueng says:

    Sad news indeed! May rest his soul in peace! Amen


  3. We shall direly miss u officer! RIP


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