Original Draft of South Sudan (Junub)'s National Anthem.  It was first sung in School in by one of our heroes in South Sudan in '70s then later in South Sudanese Schools inside South Sudan (Junub) and Outside South Sudan.

It is draft but not plain Nuer language.  It simple, easy and meaningful.  Translatable.  Get use to it or you will be singing no National Anthem in coming days.  Before the Translation is in progress, use it in the language which it is written.

Chrouse is repeated only one time (x1) when it is sung and the verses is repeated twice (x2). It was first sung using traditional instruments of South Sudanese in \'70s, then late in Ethiopia but shortened by those who sangs in '00s  Was sung in Khartoum by one Nuer artist and singer in '97.  Get use to it.  It simple and meaning; easy translatable in many languages of South Sudaneses.   Good Luck; otherwise, you will be singing no National Anthem in Some days ahead of you!

Title:  Junub e wie-da.

Junub e wie-da

Junub Junub Junub e wie-da

Junub e nen emo e wie-da

Kon dial nyuag ne mun kel

Kon dial nyuak ne mun kel

Junub e wie-da

Junub Junub Junub e wie-da

Junub e nen emo e wie-da

Kon dial pal ne Kuoth kel

Kon dial pal ne Kuoth kel

Junub e wie-da

Junub Junub Junub e wie-da

Junub e nen emo e wie-da

Kon dial boum dan ja ke Kuoth kel

Kon dial boum dan ja ke Kuoth kel

Junub e wie-da

Junub Junub Junub e wie-da

Junub e nen emo e wie-da

Kon dial kon nei ti ji Kuoth

Kon dial kon nei ti ji Kuoth

Junub e wie-da

Junub Junub Junub e wie-da

Junub e nen emo e wie-da

Kon dial liak ne Koth kel ke kui Junub

Kon dial liak ne Koth kel ke kui Junub

Junub e wie-da

Junub Junub Junub e wie-da

Junub e nen emo e wie-da

Kon dial kon Junub-ni

Kon dial kon Junub-ni

Junub e wie-da

Junub Junub Junub e wie-da

Junub e nen emo e wie-da

Junub e wie-da

Junub Junub Junub e wie-da

Junub e nen emo e wie-da

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  • Guest - Dr. Peter Adwok Otto

    Aban Kur,
    you are vulgarand ignoran what you said is not true about the nuers.your name appears as that of a chollo, but the chollo are people who know abot nuers by proximity and intermarriage. if you want a friend who can last faithful, is a nuer. yes they can be violent at times, but who is not among the nilotics.

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  • Guest - Joseph Bowgo

    Freedom of speech is one of the greatest things we should learn. When we get a chance to express our opinions, we should know that we are telling others about ourselves be it negative or positive. Without that freedom ,we wouldn't have known very very cheap people like Aban Kur and his likes.

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  • Guest - FAULIMO OMOJ OMAY

    Aban Kur , this expression falls under verbal violence and loss of the first degree
    Abuse to the tribe at the expense of the individual and his opinion is useless

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  • Guest - Aban Kur

    I am perplex and surprise that some cowards Chollo like Joseph Bowgo, have pop up from no where to deny the facts. Remember cowards die a thousand deaths. These savage people you are defending still residence in the Chollo , lands that their acquired with the help of Sudan Army since the 90s. Let just give thanks to where it is due, and that is Lam Arop , who created this website that have enable us to share our view points. So there is no nonsense like Freedom of speech. The first Amendment of constitution of America guarantees the freedom o f speech if this is where you brought those words, but up to now there is no freedom of speech in America it is just fabrication. We expressed our views in an underground news paper called Midan during the brutal regime of Nimir, so there will always be a channel no matter what to express your view. So it is just a coin incident that we browse this website not freedom of speech young Bowogo.
    Stay well my friend; I am possessed with volcanic temper. Stay away from its path, because if it erupts, it could result in an unnecessary harm. Especial if Pachodo website were to grant us that freedom of speech you talk about.

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  • Sometimes I have no the least interest to join in some of the school yard‘s type augments that pop up at this web page. But this one I thought should not pass by without comment.

    Psychologist would say that perception is reality. What Mr. Aban said about Nuer people may be but the full truth. However, I don’t think that the suggestion that whatever we the Collo people think of our in laws in general is warranted here either. The in laws augment is not working because looking at the current difficulties in our Kingdom is spearheaded by Collo in laws from Dinka tribe assist by their brothers from Bahr El-Gazahl.

    One is bemused to see some of the names whom you would consider from different political spectrum in the same slot.

    The issue of the national anthem is premeasured in my judgment just because our people on the threshold to pronounce to the world the birth of a new country do not mean that we should be in rash for a national anthem.
    Let us not be defrauded by those who only aims are about amplifying their inflated role in our people struggle for independence. The reality is that South Sudan history predates SPLM. The history when look at fairly both Dinka and Nuer dwarf Collo gallantry.
    Best regards,

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  • Guest - Yohannes Kong Tut

    "Aban Kur" is a savage Dinka who gave himself a Collo name as to confuse those participating in the forum. Nuer have not occupied Colloland. The Nuer he is referring to, are those who have scaped during the times of hardship like draught, insecurity, fear of Murle or something. These Nuer are residing in Colloland through negotiated settlement with Collo authorities. When peace comes after independence, they will be resettled back to their lands. There is a vast land with no people in Nuerland and much of it is left to the trees only. During the years of hardship, Nuer have migrated closer to Malakal to seek protection for their lives and their cattle. No body can take Shilluk land if even if what and by any mean because it can spark controversy in the whole region.No Shilluk can be mistreated in the presence of Nuer except coward Nuer (s). This savage person by name Aban Kur is not a Collo and if he is, lack of love for Collo has captured his spirit. When Anakdiar was attacked by Dinka, Aban Kur was the first to support the move. When Uncle Dr. Adwok Nyaba on his piece cautioned Dinka from occupying Colloland, Aban Kur turned out to be disagreeing with Uncle Dr. Adwok Nyaba. Aban Kur hates Dr. Lam Akol indeed, he hates all Collo and he hates Nuer too. We are all supporters of SPLM/A but it seems this savage creature by name Aban Kur is hidding his real identity by becoming a shadow of destruction. This savage person might be either a Dinka Bor or one of the savage Ngok or he is a nonpatriotic Collo with ties to Dinka. Last he sent an article to citizen daily supporting the dismantling of Dr. Lam's party and the hunt for some destructive elements which he said to be residing in Collo Kingdom. How can this savage keep kissing the Dinka ass and SPLM/A. You that savage, you cannot hate Dr. Lam for any reason and by any mean. He will always be greater than you. Don't you know that his party is recognized as the only official opposition party in Southern Sudan? Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek both respect Dr. Lam Akol for his exceptional wisdom. Also don't forget that Dr. Adwok Nyaba is one of the genius, outstanding but the problem with him is that he is too radical. Dr. Adowk and Dr. Lam are both Collo and they are leaders of the South. Don't fuel problems between them you savage fellow calling himself Aban Kur fakely. Just help the two leaders to unite, solve their differences so that peace is maintained and sustained among Collo. You savage guy, are you trying to be dividing and ruling Shilluk you savage fellow?

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  • Guest - Junior romi

    I see there is no reason to make us write the national anthem by trip language what if every trip did ? ,,, that will never be a national anthem , but it will be a tripe anthem ,,, guys we got to be very serious about what we awanna do cause at the end it will come back to us southern sudanese In fact [Thanks] ...

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  • Guest - thiang geahka

    aban kur , or whatsoever you might call you . this is devile jealouses talk about in this site my dear .try to adjust your attituted or die

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  • Guest - Gai Reath

    As nation we need think through this matter very carefuly. I don't care what language it is written on, it's just as long as we all agree to the same anthem. If we do not unite as one, to form a good national anthem, than this little problem can rip nation apart by starting fights. Please think through it deeply.Thank You

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  • Guest - Ladu

    Southernerz, y put tribalism in such a thing? I here Nuer, Dinka, Acollo. what's tha matter with people? let's concentrate on peace building and move forward

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