Twic East Community of South Sudan-USA’s condolences message to hero family of Mr. Lual Diing Wol

February 10, 2016 (SSNA) — Our condolences go to the family of South Sudanese hero, Mr. Lual Diing Wol who deceased on Febuary 8, 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya. May Almighty God rest your soul in eternal life peace, Mr. Lualdit. Your deaths, Mr. Lual Diing Wol is a big gap again like gaps that been left behind by your brothers, best friends and colleagues, heroes like Dr. John Garang de Mabior, Mr. Malong Aleek and others from Eastern Twic Dinka, Dinkas’ communities and many South Sudanese communities’ heroes as well.

Mr. Lual Diing Wol, you come from a dignify community like Malual Dinka who was one of the potential communities who did stand cause with our Twi Dinka community during a struggle time for our freedom. Importantly, your honorable name, heart, soul, mind and your whole body whom you did serve your people in grace. Steadily, nobody is going to omit your legacy in South Sudanese’ history book.

You Mr. Lualdit, Dr. John Garang and others have served your people with dignity, honor and perseverance until you guys achieved your goal in glorious delightful end-road. No person is going to deny that at all, otherwise he/she didn’t witness what you guys have done to that land of ours. You the heroes have done your part, and now we need your bless to be bestow upon your roots’ heiress like Mr. Dhieu Mathok Diing Wol and the rests of your humble cradle family within Malual Dinka. We need that to occur like the same as torch been passed on to your brother and also your best friend [Dr. John Garang] son, Mr. Mabior Garang and others from Eastern Twi Dinka community to carry on with the same spirit of good services to people. 

Last and not least, thanks you very much Mr. Lual Diing Wol. We will miss your short stories tellings, idioms, creativity and due on good stuffs from you, Mr. Lualdit.

May Almighty God Rest Your Soul in Peace,

Official Press Released by: Twic East Community of South Sudan-USA [general community website]
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