Greater Twic East and Greater Duk communities’ Urgent Response Press Release!
Greater Twic East (Eastern Twi Dinka), and Greater Duk communities (Dinka Nyarweng & Dinka Hol) of Twic East County & Duk County, Urgent Response Press Release
April 11, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — This is Twic East Community of South Sudan-USA Youths. Today, we are here to respond to recently posted articles on Radio Tamazuj https://radiotamazuj.org/…/bor-and-pibor-trade-accusations-…) and Sudan Tribune (http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article54584).
According to our analogies concerning to those articles about incident, we have concluded that or finalized in our senses that the way the incident has been portrayed so far could be a make-up idea from Greater Bor/Dinka Bor/Bor County people to destroyed Murle tribe.
Why? Well, we related these kinds of set-ups with the recent argument being made between Bor County politicians and Pibor County politicians in regards to proposal of road network that would connect the Central Equatoria State to Greater Pibor Administration area. It was denied, and the finger-pointing was fitting towards Bor County politicians. To us, that road project might have dismayed the Dinka Bor people of Bor County who are jealous about that development to Murleland, whatsoever.
So to you our brothers and sisters from Greater Pibor Administration Area, the Greater Twic/Eastern Twi Dinka/Twic East County and Greater Duk/Dinka Nyarweng, Dinka Hol/Duk County citizens have nothing to do with our neighbor ideal against you, you the Great people of Murle. Thus, you guys need to know that, Eastern Twi Dinka of Dr. John Garang de Mabior and Dinka Nyarweng & Dinka Hol are different sub-tribes within Dinka community. They even have their own Dialects that have much differences with Bor County citizens’ Dialect. That means, you people need to be aware of that history that identifies these communities as one entity is truly false.Visit these links for more:
Response to this quote: “We have been saying that all the insecurity in Greater Bor area is the work of Murle but they deny [it]. The capture of this man is another evident,” Ruuk explained, referring to Bor, Twic East and Duk counties inhabited by members of Greater Dinka Bor community.”
We don’t believe the Commissioner of Bor County, Mr. Mamer Kuur has said the above quote. If he has done so actually, and it has not been attributed to him. But if he has said the above quote, then we think he was driven by the identity problem between Greater Twic East, Greater Duk communities vs. his Greater Bor Community, and thus deviated from the truth that he knows. Therefore, we are afraid to say that he will be responsible for his hypocrisy which has caused more uproars to repeat ourselves. Furthermore, we think he shouldn’t have said the above statement because we truly know the histories of these communities, and due to his educational professionalism that has allowed him to become the Commissioner of Bor County he should have known better.
We still doubt, and our doubts was particularly based on the claims that these individuals are part of an army based in Mading Town. Time will tell, if this one is true or false.
As always, Eastern Twi Dinka people don’t trust Dinka Bor people over anything they have hands on.
“Dhaal ayur cï në bï luɔ̈i të yen tɔŋ ëgoŋ.”
Signed by Greater Twic East Youths in USA
Twic East Community of South Sudan-USA will have Dr. John Garang Memorial Day and Fund Raising in USA would be on July 4, 2015. Stay tune.
“Të yin Twi ci coo yïpiɔ̈u keyin bi pig ëyï nyin eŋaŋ.”
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