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غيب الموت بالامس الاستاذ منقو اجاك احد رموز العمل الاسلامي والدعوي بجنوب السودان بعد علة مفاجئة نقل على اثرها لمستشفى بحري وفاضت روحه الطاهرة بعد ساعات على دخوله المستشفى، وكان أجاك قد عاد للتو من مدينة جوبا على رأس وفد.....
من الهيئة الاسلامية التي كان يتولى فيها مهمة الامين العام وذلك بغرض الترتيب للمؤتمر العام لمسلمي الجنوب، وانخرط فور وصوله قبيل رحيله بساعات في اجتماع مع المكتب التنفيذي للهيئة الاسلامية بالرياض وأدى صلاة المغرب بمكتبه قبيل المغادرة لمنزله بالدروشاب وكان حسب  إفادات محمد طاهر مسؤول الاحصاء بالهيئة في صحة جيدة.
وشارك في تشييع أجاك لمقابر شمبات الحلة علي عثمان محمد طه نائب رئيس الجمهورية وأحمد إبراهيم الطاهر رئيس المجلس الوطني ومن الجنوب مستشار الرئيس بونا ملوال والدكتور لام اكول وزير الخارجية السابق وعدد كبير من قيادات الاحزاب والحكومة والجنوبيين. انضم منقو اجاك لتنظيم الاسلاميين في الستينات وانخرط في اجهزة مايو وتبوأ مناصب رفيعة وكون مع الراحلين مبارك قسم الله واحمد الرضي جابر الهيئة  الاسلامية لجنوب السودان وهي هيئة دعوية وعقب انتفاضة رجب كان من مؤسسي الجبهة الاسلامية، تقلد عدداً من المناصب الدستورية إبان حكم الانقاذ ، حتى التوقيع على اتفاقية السلام 2005م وكان يوالي نشاطه الدعوي حتى رحيله بالأمس عبر الهيئة الاسلامية لجنوب السودان.

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My condolence goes to the family and the relatives of the late Mr. Mongo our beloved leader whom we had badly lost.May the almighty God rest his soul in the internal peace.

And for us who remain on earth let enhance Your Relationship With God!
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My condolence goes to the family and the relatives of the late Mr. Mongo our beloved leader whom we had badly lost.May the almighty God rest his soul in the internal peace.

And for us who remain on earth let enhance Your Relationship With God!
One way to overcome spiritual dryness is by enhancing our relationship with God. And our relationship with Him is basically that of love, we are called into a love relationship. Jesus made us understand in Matthew 22:37-39 that loving God is the greatest commandment of all, and next to it is love for your neighbour. He also said that on these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets. That means, love is the foundation for all that we do in the Kingdom of God.
You know, when Jesus sent to the seven churches in the book of Revelations, one of the things He had against the church of Laodicea was their lukewarm-ness. He said, "...Thou art neither cold nor hot...So then because thou art lukewarm...I will spue thee out of my mouth" (Rev 3:15-16). Lukewarm-ness and compromise are the reasons so many believers have been over taken by evil today; their love for God has gone cold. Apostle Paul praying for the church in Thessalonica said, "And the Lord direct your hearts into the love of God..." (2 Thess. 3:5). You need to pray that prayer for yourself: "Lord, direct my heart to love you! Make me hot in my love for you!"
Also in Revelations 2:4-5 Jesus said to the church in Ephesus, "...Thou hast left thy first love. Remember therefore from whence thou art fallen, and repent..." So, when we talk about fighting spiritual dryness, we are not talking about struggling with sin, it's all about generating hot love for God in your heart. Repent and return to your first love! When you are filled with the love of God, it becomes natural for you to hate sin because love for God produces godly fear, which is also respect for God. Let your soul keep longing for God on a daily basis, when you are confronted or tempted with evil, let the love of God in your heart prevail.
Loving God also means loving your neghbour. 1 John 4:20 says, "If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?" In my view, anybody who can't relate well with humans that he can see, can't relate well with God. Love your neighbour as yourself! You can't love your neigbhour and plan evil against him or go about castigating and pulling him down!
Apart from his love for God, I believe that Joseph also loved Potiphar his mater. He said to the wife who was trying to lure him into immorality, "...My master has committed all that he has into my hand; There is none greater in this house than I; neither has he kept back any thing from me but you, because you are his wife..." (Gen 39:8-9). Joseph considered the fact that Potiphar trusted him enough to leave all his possessions and wealth in his hands and for that reason he preferred to go to prison than to lie down with his wife. The way you relate with people is a reflection of the way you relate with God. If you truly love God, it will show in your relationship with men. May God's love fill your heart today.
Meditate on these: Matt. 24:12-13, Psalm 18:1

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John Oyech Lwong
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May Almighty GOD accept my condolence to COLLO ,especially his family and TONGA PEOPLE.It is a great lost to sudan , south sudan and COLLO in paticular . MANGO AJAK Was a MUSLIM in religion but was a TRUE OCCOLLO that was serving his people...

May Almighty GOD accept my condolence to COLLO ,especially his family and TONGA PEOPLE.It is a great lost to sudan , south sudan and COLLO in paticular . MANGO AJAK Was a MUSLIM in religion but was a TRUE OCCOLLO that was serving his people .Loosing MANGO is a second lost when we lost DR.WALTER KUNIJWOK may their lives rest in peace ,they were STARS in COLLO politics.GOD BLESS YOU ;

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Nyawello Pakwan
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On behalf of the Collo Community in the United Kingdom & North Ireland, I would like to send our condolences to the family of late Mongo Ajak. In fact we were very shocked when we heard about Mongo Ajak death. This must be a terrible loss to...

On behalf of the Collo Community in the United Kingdom & North Ireland, I would like to send our condolences to the family of late Mongo Ajak. In fact we were very shocked when we heard about Mongo Ajak death. This must be a terrible loss to entire Collo (Shilluk) Nation and his family and friends. However words alone cannot express the sorrow of losing loved ones, our sympathies and prayers go out to his family we share the pain of your loss. We pray for every person impacted by this tragedy for comfort and peace, in the name of God and Jesus. Amen

God bless COLLO Nation

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Akic Adwok
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I was extremely shocked by unfortunate news that his Execellency Sheikh Mago Ajack has passed away his life. Sudan and southern Sudan in general and Collo nation in particular have lost a great-patriotic man.

A governed person wants simply...

I was extremely shocked by unfortunate news that his Execellency Sheikh Mago Ajack has passed away his life. Sudan and southern Sudan in general and Collo nation in particular have lost a great-patriotic man.

A governed person wants simply things from governors such as: To protect their lives, to supply them with their needs, to speak to them, to listen to them and to show them empathy when they are pains. Sheikh Mago Ajack had created many social benefits to the entire Sudan community. He traveled around the affected areas in order to survey the situation and to propose a solution. He was still very enhusiastic to serve his country and his tribe further.
If we have early give him a credibility, he could have done a lot as he could have had enjoyed our mass support. But there were too much and conservations, skepticisms and too much rejections due to his level of education and religious background which have nothing to do with our realistic world. The Entrepreneur of microsoft has did not complete university and we are being rule now in South by people who did not complete high school. God says, " if you are faithful, prove your faith through your deeds." Sheikh Mango was a man of action who spoke boldy.
I had one time attended Collo conference at Friendship Hall in Khartoum in 1993 where I have observed him very carefully. He was a hero, he was man, he was a leader, he was a man of word and action and he is a true beliver. May God receive his soul in heaven and may God destiny his children to follow their father foot step.

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William Okuch Dak
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we lost our belove son and our father of Malakal sudan and south sudan in particular may God will wellcome his soul.he was a god leader I was thinking for the next Governor in Malakal to be him.he was the man of action when he was uppernile state...

we lost our belove son and our father of Malakal sudan and south sudan in particular may God will wellcome his soul.he was a god leader I was thinking for the next Governor in Malakal to be him.he was the man of action when he was uppernile state Governor. God bless mongo Ajak.

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monyroor Teng
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It's a great lost to Sudan, South Sudan, and Collo nation in particular. I come to know the man in his political life during democratic era in Sudan, when National Islamic Front pull out from Bipartisan government of Umma party and Democrat Union...

It's a great lost to Sudan, South Sudan, and Collo nation in particular. I come to know the man in his political life during democratic era in Sudan, when National Islamic Front pull out from Bipartisan government of Umma party and Democrat Union party.

Their mission by then with El-Shiek Karurely is to launch a political campaign through El-Geziera and East regions to explain why NIF pulled out from governemt.By then I was student in Kamlin Senior School as part of South Sudan students admission to northern schools due to the war in south Sudan.

Since we went late to school, we did lack a lot of accommodation services. In a political rally in Kamlin Mr. Mongo had demonstrated his political conviction, showing himself as a true leader who doesn’t fear to express his views in front of any fellow human like him. We, the South Sudan Students Association in Kamlin met him and expressed our concerns, knowing that he's a NIF politician, and surprisingly enough, he demonstrated himself as a state man who understands the real politics.

He didn't look to us as non Muslim, or looked into tribal line composition of students, but He had provided the students with all their needs both in kind and money. His actions had left and will leave to us both politicians and non politicians as well to understand, why a person would have to decide to be a politician? And why we should support him? And if you ask my opinion, a politician to me is a person who stands up on behalf of his or her people to provide them with security and protection. And let every body ask him/her self do we have security and protection today? And what that mean since we politicians in play? And how do we provide security and protection to our community?

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Lwanyo Wad-Awang
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With deeply sorrow. I am sending my condolence and sympathies to the family of our late Uatsz Ajak. Yes it is a great lost for all entire community at this time in which community are passing through. Uatsz Mango apss away at time when we Collo...

With deeply sorrow. I am sending my condolence and sympathies to the family of our late Uatsz Ajak. Yes it is a great lost for all entire community at this time in which community are passing through. Uatsz Mango apss away at time when we Collo need him moslty, it the same time when we Collo lost our beloved leader Dr. Walter Kunjowk (Kwawang) 2004. Uattsz Mango is considered as the one most committed and trusted person, he will be missed by all Sudanese people and his community Collo. My prayres goes to his family, knowing that Mango will be remember for ever, May God have mercy on soul.

Francis Nyawello Chan

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Rev. Francis Nyawello Chan
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Exactly let me put my Condolence in another way Mr. late Mango before his death Collo community doesn't know what was the kind of leadership that he would builder as he his carried two Religions and political position. Late Manog knew where he...

Exactly let me put my Condolence in another way Mr. late Mango before his death Collo community doesn't know what was the kind of leadership that he would builder as he his carried two Religions and political position. Late Manog knew where he came from he didn't denied his back root, but he carried both for benefit of two communities. I want to say sorry real we lost pride of the Sudan nations and Collo community in generally. My condolence to family of late Mango and his all friends don't cried we don't know the time will come and the day. May God receive his soul in peace. Teyll akor mo Jwok ba cuki pito yi dhannho. Real no one can understand in God deeply.

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