The Wedding of Amer Mayen Dhieu and Makwei Mabioor Deng, 14 October 2017

Posted: October 14, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël in Amer Mayen, PaanLuel Wël, Press Release

You are cordially invited to the wedding of Amer Mayen Dhieu of Paan-Lual, Dachuek and Makwei Mabioor Deng of Paan-Bioor, Kongor, today on the 14th of October, 2017, at Emmanuel Jieng Parish (12pm-3pm) and reception at Freedom Hall (4pm-12am) in Juba, South Sudan.

Amer with Paanluel Wel

Amer Mayen Dhieu with PaanLuel Wel in Juba, August 2015

Biographies of the Bride and Bridegroom

  1. The bride: Amer Mayen Dhieu also known as Amer-Nyanguen was born in Baping Boma of Nyuak Payam in Twic East County. Born to Achol Mading Agok of Ajuong Pagan, Nyopiny Paan e Geu and Mayen Dhieu Thon Lual of Dachuek, Paan Lual, she is the only girl and the youngest of the four siblings. Just after her birth, her parents flew to the neighboring country of Kenya where she partially spends most of her childhood before they migrate to Australia in early 2008. At early teenage age while in Australia, Amer became committed to education and was determined to finish her high school and pursue he university studies. Three years after finishing her high school, she was awarded her first bachelor of Social science with the double major in Psychology and Human services from Christian Heritage College in Brisbane Australia and at the year 2014. She finishes her post-graduate studies and was awarded Master of International Relations specializing in Human Right and International Security. Just after her studies, Amer was intrigued to share the educational opportunities with young girls she has left behind, specifically in Kakuma Refugee Camp where she grew up. On the same year, she co-founded a charity organization called Twic East Girl Scholarship Program that aims to provide four years scholarship to Twic East Girls in Kakuma. The program currently has sponsored 8 girls and is due to take another four this ending year as of the coming two years. Beside, Amer is also a social and women empowerment activist as well as a writer. Her aim is to empower more women through education and social change. Her hobbies include reading books and watching Ted Talk shows.wedding card3
  2. The Bridegroom: Makwei Mabioor Deng (Pande Bior, Kongor) is the firstborn to the family of Mr. Mabioor Deng Garang (Pande-Bior, Wut Kongor) and his two beloved wives, Monica Akuol Gak Atem (Pan-Aleu, Abek) and Mary Keji Lado (Rejaf, Bari). Makwei is the firstborn son, in a family of six brothers and four sisters. Living siblings: Makwei has three brothers (Jubai Mabioor Deng, Kuol Mabioor Deng, and Garang Mabioor Deng) and three sisters (Apul Mabioor Deng, Adhieu Mabioor Deng and Abul Mabioor Deng). Deceased siblings: Three brothers (Jubai Mabioor Deng, Chol Mabioor Deng and Deng Mabioor Deng) and one sister (Apul Mabioor Deng) have unfortunately passed away. Education and works: Makwei graduated with a double major in Economics and Philosophy from The George Washington University, Washington D.C, USA, in May 2012 and is currently working as the regional program coordinator, based in Bor, for the USAID-funded VISTAS program, being implemented by AECOM International. He is a writer and an accomplished author of “Who Killed Dr. John Garang”; the editor of the essential speeches and writings of the late SPLM/A leader, Dr. John Garang, published as “The Genius of Dr. John Garang, vol. 1-3”; as well as a co-editor (with Simon Yel Yel) of President Salva Kiir’s speeches before and after independence published as “Salva Kiir Mayaardit: The Joshua of South Sudan.” His first published book is in Dinka language, “Pioocku Thuongjang: The Modern Standard Elementary Dinka.” He is the managing editor of PaanLuel Wël: South Sudanese Bloggers (SSB), where he is famously known by his pen-name of “PaanLuel Wël”.Church Wedding and Reception at Freedom Hall
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Comments
  1. Thank you Nyanda de Dachuek juor.

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  2. Alam says:

    Congrats

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  3. Awuol Gabriel Arok says:

    Congratulations Makwei Mabioor Deng and Amer Mayen Dhieu on your WEDDING, HAPPY FAMILY.

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