The solemn tribute to the legendary Late ISAIAH AJak Mabior Aruei

Posted: July 29, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Amer Mayen, Junub Sudan, People, Press Release

By Amer Mayen Dhieu, Brisbane, Australia

Burial of Isaiah Ajak Mabior Aruei

July 29, 2017 (SSB) — One and half month ago, Heaven gained itself a beloved father, a great uncle and a veteran of the war of liberation in the spiritual form of ISAIAH Ajak Mabior Aruei. Ajak hailed from Dacueck community, Nyuak Payam in Twic East County of Jonglei State.

The precious soul, popularly known as “Thar-Yau”, represented not only Dacueck community in Australia but also served as a representative in Twic East Community Association in Australia, in addition to numerous other major personal achievements he had accumulated in his name.

Sadly, he unexpectedly passed away in a regrettable medical operation that has left everyone wondering what had really gone wrong.

Today, on the 29th of July 2017, in Capital Hill Canberra, the widowed community of Dachueeck, together with relatives and friends, will solemnly lay his body to rest, something any mother, father, wife or child never wish to live to witness.

The truth is that the irreplaceable soul is forever gone and the heartbreak will live forever at the heart of those he has touched.

While we mourn and bid our final goodbyes to our beloved son, father, and uncle, there are many good things one can remember Isaiah for.

With the passage of his 50+ years, we have known and loved him dearly. He was a wonderful, fearless, character whose sweet memories will echo in our memories in years to come.

He was so many things to the family, relatives and our community at large. He was a conscious and ardent support of youth and women empowerment activities, to be an honest person that never shied away from defending his own truth.

Ajak Mabior Aruei will forever be remembered as a man of strong values and unshakeable principles.

To the people who knew him, he was more than just a sincere and honest person; his integration of straightforward- ness in every occasion he gave speech earned him the utmost regard in Twic Community.

He was a man of principles throughout his life. Isaiah stood tall for the righteous cause and never bowed to unscrupulous pressure.

To his family, Isaiah was a loving husband who meant the whole world to his two wives, a very affectionate father to his young children who will always remain a beacon of light, guiding them through the treacherous passage of life.

while words won’t heal all the wounds and pains in our hearts today, his name and memories shall always be cherished and remembered.

May God gives us the strength to overcome the pain of this greatest loss and may he grant him the best place where eternal peace reigns supreme. Amen.

Amer Mayen Dhieu, the co-founder and executive director for the Twic East Girls Scholarship Program (TEGSP), received her Bachelor of Social Science degree, majoring in Psychology and Human Services from the Christian Heritage College in Brisbane, Queensland, and her Masters of International Relations, majoring in International Security and Human Rights, from Griffith University in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

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