Interviews on how December 13, known as “Today is the day of killing Anyuaks”, was honored in US

By Anyuak Media
Posted to the web on December 17, 2007

 
Listen to Interviews on December 13, 2007
 

1 - DIDUMO OMOT
3 - ABALA OJULU
5 - PETER DENG
7 - CHIBI OCHALA
9 - BOKA KARU
11 - GUGO CHIBI
13 - OWAR OKIDI
15 - OJULU OCHALA
17 - OCHALLA OGON
19 - OBANG NYIGNEW
21 - OTHOW JAMES
23 - KWOT ABALLA
25 - OGATTU OGULLA
27 - ODDID OJULU
29 - OBO OGEBO
31 - W/O ABANG OJULU

List go on and on - - -

2 - OJULU OCHALA
4 - PASTOR OKWIER OLETHO
6 - OJULU OBARO
8 - OTUTTI OJULU
10 - OCHOGI OJULU
12 - GILLO NYIGELLO
14 - OBACH OMOT
16 - AKWAY OJULO
18 - OGUD ABELLA
20 - DIEL OCHALLE
22 - OKELLO OJIMMO
24 - OWAR OJULU
26- GILLO OMOT
28 - OCHALLA OTHOLLI
30 - OGULLA OBANG
32 - NYNGEW OMOT

List go on and on - - -

December 17, 2007 (Minnesota) – The 2007 December 13 has come and gone. But the messages delivered that day still linger in the minds of the Anyuak people and their friends. Well-selected speakers delivered very powerful messages to strengthen the community, the families who lost loved ones and all the sympathetic friends of the Anyuak communities around the world.

Above is the interview series with three community figures: Akway Cham, Anywaa Community in North America (ACANA) Chairperson; Didumo Agwa, Anyuak Women Association Chairperson and Rachel Anok, Community Elder.

The interviews were conducted in Anyuak to target the Anyuak grassroots everywhere. The messages also touch the lives of every oppressed person suffering in Ethiopia today and elsewhere in the world.

The planning and execution of the occasion were highlighted by the ACANA Chairperson and then the messages were delivered as strongly possible.

The interviews delivered the following:

The Anyuak must unite and continue to be united. The Anyuak in diaspora were here for a purpose from God to be the eye of the people in all Anyuak territories. Any Anyuak in diaspora has a role to play by contributing to the well being of the people at home. The Anyuak must take education seriously without squandering time on unnecessary and harmful behavior. The people who lost loved ones must remain strong. They are not alone. All the Anyuak and the world are behind them and with them. The children must go to school. The women must go out and see what others are doing. The women must go to school too. The Anyuak who already completed their education must find ways to be useful to the community at home, preferably go home and contribute. A call also has been made that the government in Gambella must make jobs available to the diaspora for the educated ones to apply and to go home for interviews instead of calling people to go home without being sure of a job. The Anyuak in diaspora were encouraged to keep up the spirit of December 13 high to guide them into the future and to celebrate every December 13 in their homes and in groups wherever Anyuak might be. It has been time for healing and planning.

(The interviews were conducted by Agwa Gilo(Canada) for the Anyuak Media.)

 

 

 

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
 

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