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The 2nd open Letter to Hon. Elia Ullan Jongo, the Member of TNLA in Juba

Posted: September 3, 2019 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan

The 2nd open Letter to Hon. Elia Ullan Jongo the Member of TNLA Juba, South Sudan     

By Michael Chol Tor, Juba, South Sudan

Tuesday, September 3, 2019 (PW) — It is most important in human-being lifecycle to maintain mutual trust and friendship with your neighborhoods incredibly, it helps to establish good interpersonal relationships and coexistence as localities as human-being. Anciently, Nyiel community was embodied in Deher (Adar) 1620s – 1883. The arrival of Latjor in Upper Nile from Bentiu was 1628 followed by Maban (Shai) arrival in 1884 in Deher territorial the current refugee camp, Northern Upper Nile State after the defeats of Fuj kingdom where an agreement was signed between Jieng and Fuj and place was named Dohor “Peace”.

After agreement, Nyiel community was living in harmony with Fuj and Nuer the neighbors. After the ugly defeats, Maban societies were migrated and refuge in Dohor for sheltering and later they named it Dora 1884 – 1963. They came to Bai-Lual which is Jamam today chasing animals into Dinka midland since they were professionally hunters. They created good affiliation with elderly Dol Ajang Ayiir from Jibek-clan and Mooga, Liwa managed to link their community with Jieng De Nyiel in Deher (Adar) and they lived in harmony and rapport for good 79yrs.