We would like to announced the Deaths of our two sisters in the same day and same family we would shown our sadness for them as massive deaths unexpected is a shock for the family and paralyzed the family as black day for them .
Last Friday 15, 1,2010 the family of late Jok Diing loosed two sisters Nyapadhji Adyeing Jok Diing and Nyabon La Jok Diing they were killed in the car accident in Sudan Between Juda and Abu Mhadia border between the North and South Sudan they were coming from Renk to Rhabak near the Kosti to collected some item vegetable ingredient for preparing wedding of Mr. Nyawello La Jok (her daughter) . During they are returning to Renk the car turn down and strike and killed two sisters are mentioned and one was injury her name Pawell or Nyamol Oyay she rushing to Hospital and know she still under the treatments the and some people who was in the car got injury even the drive broken his shoulder. Adyeing and La and Oyay are brothers the same father and mother.
The two sisters were laid into the ground in Renk. Prayer for their souls was done in Sudan there the were buried and also family in Melbourne (Australia) will gathering on 23, 1, 2010 in the House of Mr. Yoannes Mojwok in Carrum down 4/ Esta Court to give thank to God for the souls of our sisters’ to express their sadden and give condoles to Mr . Opa Oyay Jok Diing and the family of Pathwro and friends and Chollo community in Victoria. Also we let you know that we lose one of our lovely Shangjwok Okuny Onawr Ajang who was passed away in Sudan Khartoum with out unlonger sicken.
May God receive their souls in peace and eternity.
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