bahkita.jpgThe family of Mr. Silvio Ajing Aba would like to announce the sudden death of their 2-year-old grandson/ Lwanga, in Malakal yesterday February 7, 2008. The boy’s father (B. Chol Ajing Aba) had abruptly arrived from the shop with couple of purchases, including kerosene gas, and then left for a nearby community service.

The boy was able to reach out for the purchases, consumed a large amount of kerosene, and was fatally hurt. Family members rushed him to Malakal Teaching Hospital, where he failed to regain consciousness and was pronounced death.

May he rest in peace, with Bakhita

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  • Guest - James Okuk

    I would like to give my condolence to the beloved family of Silvio Ajiing for the lost of one of their future hopes, the litlle Lwanga. I know the boy and am very sorry that the death has robbed him from the family, especially the mother and the father who are really disturbed in this moment and asking why and why. It is also a lost to Upper Nile and to Southern Sudan because he could have been one of the helping hands for the wellbeing of our beloved land. May God touch the painful hearts of the father and the mother and encourage them to see the incident as His will. Let their hope be restore by the faith that they will meet him again in heavenly glory with our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen!

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  • Guest - Tipo William Mel

    Dear/ John Silvio,
    You honor us by sharing your family's sad news. It would be so much better if I could convey my condolences in person especially to Chol Aba & his wife who lost their son, although no comfort is quite enough to replace the loss. May our living God the God of all comforts help the entire family of Uncle/ Silvio Ajiing in this time of sadness so that they receive strength, encouragement, and hope to deal with the situation.

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  • Death is a curious tradition for humans. Not for the dead, of course, but for those left behind. I know how difficult this must be for the entire family of Uncle Silvio Ajing. Therefore, I would like to offer my special condolences to Bartholomeus Chol & family. Also to remind them that they'll be in my thoughts and prayers during this time and always..
    On the other hand, I encourage you "John" to draw on your strength and the strength of your family. May God bless you and your family..

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  • Guest - Jwothab Othow

    I wish to express my sincere heartfelt condolences to the entire family of Mr. Silvio Ajing Aba for the loss. May God heals and comforts the hearts of the mother and father in this difficult time for the loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. God blessed you.

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  • Guest - Kwathi Arop Yor

    My sincere condolence. May God rest his soul in peace.

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  • Guest - jalpan Obyce

    Sympathy condolence

    On behave of Pashodo Community Association USA, you have my deepest sympathy for the tragic lost of your grandson LWANGA, our heart goes out to you at this time .the family must miss him very much .in the time of readjustment that lies ahead, please know that you are not alone, may god almighty rest his soul in peace.

    Jalpan Obyce Nyawello
    President of Pashodo Community Association

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  • Death,
    Alone before you we tremor
    But with firm faith in Jesus Christ
    The Lord of life, We shall triumph over you.
    We weep and cry, but never despair.
    For we deeply believe that we shall see him face to face.
    Our hope and consolation is Jesus, the risen Lord.
    For Before Him, the Lord of Life,
    We shall meet our beloved ones
    Lwanga shall be there to receive us,
    To pray for us, with extended arms before the Almighty Father,
    Interceding in his innocence,
    For his brothers and sisters who mourn him on earth.
    Yes, brother Lwanga,
    You have gone near your patron saint Charles Lwanga,
    Remain near him and together before God our father,
    Pray for us who remained behind, to deepen our faith in life eternal.
    May our mother Saint Bakhita from Paradise, in her nobility and faith in the divine consoling power, keep vigil on the family of our uncle Silvio Ajiing. Amen.
    Fr. Mathew Pagan

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  • Guest - Paulino Jouth

    Dear John,
    Many thanks for letting us know this very sad news. I am writing to extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family. I know how much you will miss Lwanga. I encourage you to draw on your strength and the strength of your family. You could use your special talent of scrap booking to make a lasting memory book of Lwanga. Remember that "Those who live in the hearts of others never die."
    Keeping you and your family in my thoughts during this difficult time.
    With Deepest Sympathy,
    Paulino Oshong

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  • Guest - michael Othur

    Dear John
    I'm very sorry to hear the death from your relatives in Malakal, but the only things is to consider God who is the one who give and take at the same time.

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  • Guest - Rejoice& Otuk James Chwoy

    When the good died young is a great lost. My family condolence to all brothers and sisters in Canada,USA, Australia and the rest of relatives in Malakal.God bless you all.

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