ANOTHER DENG IN HOSPITAL…!


Dear Brother-in-Pen, Deng Ayok,

This is to wish you quicker recovery and return to your front line…

As I told you a month after your dangerous fallout with the First Family over your controversial story of ‘Nyan Beny’ Wedding in 2011, in these few words:

“Watch out brother, any enemy of envy can now exploit your situation and harm you anywhere, hoping it will be counted on the President, his daughter and his worshipers…”.

Dengdit Ayok (journalist) wringles painfully in a Cairo hospital bed after he was hacked almost to pieces by a South Sudanese gang in Cairo, Egypt on August 11, 2014.

Dengdit Ayok (journalist) wringles painfully in a Cairo hospital bed after he was hacked almost to pieces by a South Sudanese gang in Cairo, Egypt on August 11, 2014.

Now, the South Sudanese gang from those who called themselves ‘Outlaws’ or ‘The Lost Boys’ that hacked you almost into pieces in Cairo might be doing it outside your 2011 Nyan Bany’s story or your August 1, 2014 opinion on SPLM, whose last half I shared here:

“…They have drastically failed their party and divided it into SPLM-Juba, SPLM-HL (SPLM-historical leaders), SPLM-IO, SPLM-G11, SPLM-DECENTRALISATION, SPLM-FEDERALISM and before all these factions, SPLM-DC.

The worst part of the scenario is that they have failed the nation and plunged it into abyss and oven of a terrible war! Acts of killings continues day after day regardless of the apparent IGAD-led peace efforts to halt the war.

The SPLM is fully responsible for this war. By throwing the country into hell of this war, it has given credibility to Khartoum analysts’ views that had claimed that, “South Sudanese cannot rule themselves; they will divide themselves along tribal lines and butcher themselves as soon as they get the independence”.
It should have proved them wrong.

Those who could have been the anointed Messiahs of South Sudan and who could have become a source of blessing to their people have now become a source of curse to them! This is a disturbing fact to many of them, but it must be said. It must be courageously said.

The only hope for the people of South Sudan is getting rid of this party called SPLM and sending it to the dustbin of history. It isn’t impossible. It is possible because the people of this nation have a power and they are the source of sovereignty. They have a giant power that can conquer a political party that produces death than delivering services.

A party that has stolen the resources of the nation and now engaged in killing the nation with impunity must go to the dustbin of history.

A party that gives credibility to prophets of doom and enemies of the nation and prove them right, though they are wrong, and continue to kill its people day after day; is approaching horrible and clumsy political burial!” DengDit Ayok

Deng Ayok recuperating from an excruciating pain inflicted by a South Sudanese gang in Egypt.

Deng Ayok recuperating from an excruciating pain inflicted by a South Sudanese gang in Egypt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PREVIOUS INCIDENTS:

OUR PETITION LETTER TO THE FIRST DAUGHTER AFTER DENG WAS ARRESTED

The following petition was sent to the First Daughter, Adut Salva Kiir, urging her to release Dengdit Ayok and Ngor Garang after the national security and presidential guards arrested and tortured them. The last item of the letter, No.8 entitled, ‘No Bloodstained Marriage, Please!” concludes with the following paragraphs from our USTASS weblog:

“Dear Sister, Adut Salva Kiir, it is a taboo in our Dinka tradition to let your marriage cause pain, shed blood or lose life of other persons in the process. We hope elders (e.g. spear masters) from your community would tell you why it is a bad omen to cause harm of any nature in founding a permanent relation such as yours.

“Therefore, USTASS members, on behalf of the like-minded youths, are hereby appreciating you in the name of our new nation to whom we have all just got married, for your role in heeding to our request last month and joining us and numerous activists, rights organizations and friendly nations in asking our government to release those brothers, or to send them to the court of law through the right channel as defamation is not a national security threat but a civil case that could be handled by the police and the civil court.

Dengdit Ayok speaking to Al Jazeera after he was released from the National Security custody following his article on President Salva Kiir's daughter's wedding.

Dengdit Ayok speaking to Al Jazeera after he was released from the National Security custody following his article on President Salva Kiir’s daughter’s wedding.

“It is also our moral and national duty to remind our security personnel that your real job has now come calling from the northern direction (Heglig War). So please, let us now stop arresting, harassing or embarrassing journalists or social critics. Instead, mobilize them to join hands with you in defending the nation from foreign threats. We also call upon our fellow journalists to turn their arsenal to the right direction, instead of wasting their precious words, time and even life in criticizing social events of irregular nature. We shall come for that later, but let us first focus on the enemy that is killing our people now.

“Together, let’s all regret the diplomatic, political and social harm we all (the newly weds, journalists, public, government, church, etc.) did to our Bride Nation, The (Democratic?) Republic of South Sudan. In short, we all owe Her a big apology for soiling and spoiling the mood of Her Political Wedding with our social weddings in 2011 as such.

“Remember, the USTASS motto remains, ‘Our Right to Write’. So let us continue to write, as it is morally not ‘our right to riot’. Let our leaders also help us to adapt the culture of writing for our rights and not to frustrate us into the habit of rioting for our rights.

God Bless South Sudan!”

COMPLETE THE FULL ‘LETTER TO ADUT KIIR’ AND ALL THE GIRLS AND PARENTS OF SOUTH SUDAN ON THIS LINK: http://ustassgroup.wordpress.com/docsnews/

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