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South Sudan president mourns the death of Samson Kwaje


August 1, 2010 (JUBA) — General Salva Kiir Mayardit, President of the semi autonomous regional government of southern Sudan (GoSS) in its capital, Juba, on Sunday broke down into tears upon receiving news on the passing away of Samson Kwaje in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Samson Kwaje

The death took place at Agha Khan Hospital in Nairobi in the early morning hours of Sunday. He was a minister of agriculture and forestry in GoSS.

Kwaje was admitted in the hospital in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, for the last three weeks under critical condition with failure of his both kidneys and lung disease.

Kwaje was one of the senior members of southern ruling party, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM). He was one of the closest ministers to the president as he held membership at political bureau, a highest political organ in the SPLM structure, compromising 27 members under chairman of Salva Kiir Mayardit.

Prior to his death, Kwaje held a lot of high-level assignments both in the movement and government. He was the SPLM official spokesperson during the two decades of civil war between the south and north, a position he held till the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005 in Kenyan capital of Nairobi.

The late SPLM figure was a target of an assassination attempt last year when he was ambushed by armed groups intending to kill him over territorial rivalry, between Juba and Lainya County, central Equatoria State.

Kwaje sustained slight injuries in the assassination attempt though one of his bodyguards was killed instantly and another was seriously injured before succumbing to death as well.

He returned to South Sudan months before the April elections and was made the SPLM presidential campaign manager, touring all ten southern state capitals, counties and villages as key figure in presidential entourage. He also won a seat in South Sudan parliament in his constituency of Lainya County.

Addressing mourners in his house while shedding tears, Kiir said the death of Kwaje "has left a big void and it is a great loss to the Great Movement and indeed to the Entire region".

"We have lost a national hero. His death has created and left a big gap particularly in the SPLM leadership and indeed to the entire region," said Kiir at the deceased’s resident in Juba.

Kwaje’s body is expected to be flown on Monday from Nairobi. Kiir told Kwaje’s family that it is not the responsibility of the family or Pojulu community alone to pay and cover all the burial and funeral expenses but that GoSS would also contribute to cover the cost.

Two senior Ministers; Cirino Hiteng Ofuho from the Office of the President and his Parliamentary Affairs counterpart, Mr. Michael Makuei Lueth flew to Nairobi yesterday to accompany the body.

Kiir said it was just two days ago that they "commemorated the death of our Hero and Great Leader Late John Garang, and it only two days later we have lost Samson Kwaje. The name of the Samson Kwaje is added to the list and names of martyrs, heroes and heroines who were martyred for freedom and justice,".

He also announced a three-day national mourning in all the states of South Sudan to the spirit for three days effective Sunday. He ordered that all South Sudan flags and flags in GoSS Missions and institutions abroad to be flown at half-staff during this period.

Former agriculture and forestry and parliamentary affairs minister, Martin Elia Lomoro, from South Sudan Democratic Forum party, while receiving president Kiir in house of the late minister said he was saddened by what he described as "uncalled and untimely death that it was difficult to overcome terms with reality".

"I was even in Lainya yesterday when this death occurred and received the news with shock because I did not believed it happened. Confidently I say Kwaje was not just a leader, friend of mine but a good shepherd as one can tell from public out cries," he said adding that he was an outstanding contributor to the development of the region.

"When I left the ministry, I left it knowing that the right person has replaced me and indeed he did that beyond the expectation I had. All the programs and projects which I initiated were implemented and more were added," said Martin.

Additionally, Dhieu Mathok Diing Wol, a former minister in the central government and a senior member of the SPLM said Kwaje was a "national hero".


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  • 2 August 2010 05:30, by Garang Ayiik

    Mr honourable Samson Kwaje, may the almighty God rest your soul in peace,

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    • 2 August 2010 07:05, by Gatwech

      Late Dr. Samson Kwaje was indeed a great leader. His loss has truly left a very big gap in the South and the entire region. He was a hero and should be remembered among all the martyrs of South Sudan. He will be missed for a very long time to come.

      May the Almighty God rest his soul in eternal peace.

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      • 2 August 2010 08:00, by Deng Yak L

        may almighty God rest his soul in peace and bless his family, Dr. Samson Kwaje is a really fighter who fought for 21 years and he achieved what we are enjoying today, but if he die nothing we can do, but God to rest his soul in peace and bless his family, it is only God who give and take. He gave us Kwaje and John Garang but he took them back again, so may God Bless our leaders who passed away.

        God Rest his soul in peace.

        By Bonaparte.

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      • 2 August 2010 08:03, by Deng Yak L

        May God rest his soul in peace

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      • 2 August 2010 10:52, by maduel Anok

        My God! How saddened it is for south sudan to loose a hero, determined and hard working person like this. Samson Kwaje since the formation of GOSS has never been jealous or having ill tricks against his people.

        How God could allow such truthful person die while the region heads to this critical time? How could we always be crying for death of our heroes and heroines on daily basis like this?

        God should pay us.....

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    • 2 August 2010 07:18, by Abraham Agoth

      My condolences to the family of the late African-hero; may almighty rest his soul in eternal life!!


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    • 2 August 2010 13:50, by Makol Dhal

      It is great lost for Southern Sudan to loose former spokeman for SPLM/A who tried his best to rise the movement,s activities to the sky,My condolences to the family of late. may almighty father let his soul rest in peace.

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    • 2 August 2010 18:36, by Alier Mareet

      Thisis a saddened news to all southerners and other marginalized people of sudan. With no lingering doubts in our mind Dr Kwaje was an iconic figure of our generation and his achievements are numerous. May God comfort his family to overcome this painful moment. To all marginalized people particular souhterners, let’s remember him by working hard to obtain independence from Khartoum regime and pay less attention to issues that cause division, conflict,hatred and show the world that we are respectful, dignified,and people who have regard of humanity.
      Alier Kuereng

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  • 2 August 2010 05:33, by Matiop Panchol

    My condolences to the family and relatives of Dr. Kwaje. His passing is indeed a big lost to the people of South Sudan. He tirelessly served his people during the war and we would have loved him to continue serving them during peace time. May his soul rest in peace.

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  • 2 August 2010 05:39, by Dinka Boy

    The death of our late Samson Kwaje, a minister of agriculture and forestry in GoSS was agreat loss to Us. He works harder in SPLM as the person who broadcast the SPLM/A information during the war. He is great! May God rest his soul in highest.

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  • 2 August 2010 05:45, by Dinka Boy

    Let add Dr Samson Kwaje to the mourn of our late Dr Garang,and the others respected leaders and our brothers and sisters who die and get wounded during the war.

    The Martyrs day is the day that we honor our heros and heroines who fall during the cause of our struggle.

    We missed Dr Garang and the most respected leaders you names plus the rest that we still remembered in our whole heart.

    Let give special respect to our disabled and dead because they bravely liberate the South from Arab. They did the part. Thank mr governor.
    The dead and wounded from:

    1. Khoryom Battalions( Agerep, Bilfam, Raad, Lion, Zindie, cobra, Haydit(Adiit),Jamus, Tiger,Aguila, Elephant, Rhino, and more,

    2. Muormuor Battalions( Nil, Eagle/Kuei, Neraan, Gol, Shark, Tuek Tuek, Kadhuk, Zalzal1 &2, Bechir, and many more,

    3. Endfathers/entifather battalions( Adunguek,Tagiik, Muktar, Garangdit, Nyanchigak, Dengnhial, Nasir,Mijil, and many more,

    4. Red Army battalions( Terap, Amel,Chabat, Kamach, Challanger, and more

    May God rest their Soul in the highest the missing and the disable in the battalions that i name plus some that i did not name. SPLM/A oyeee, Dr Garang Oyeee, long live SPLM/A and Long live South Sudan.

    We suffered for the caused of our freedom and the one dignity for the generation to come. Amen!

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    • 2 August 2010 06:22, by Angelo Ajiech Manyuat

      First and foremost, I would like to send my sincere condolence to the family of late hero Dr. Kwaje. He was a true patriot and a hero as well. In reality, he was a trustworthy person who had never abundant or betrayed his people during the war. Last and not the least, It’s a great lost and very sad news for all of us. Needless to say, I wish his family to be strong and carry on his vision.

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      • 2 August 2010 09:46, by akoi

        MY sincere condolesence goes to the family of late Dr.KWAJE and AND ALL people of Southern Sudan, who lost their great hero forever. his contribution to our strungle will never forget in our lyfe.he is a true patriot and braveleader during the war and he didn’t turned against his southerners(SPLM).
        to the family of the late. the lost is not yours but for the entire regions (people) because what he did was not belong to you bt for all people of the southern sudan but not only south bt whole.so be stronge and be proud of his contribution to the people of southern sudan.
        may God rest his soul in peace.

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        • 2 August 2010 11:05, by Na proud kuwa msudi,Dengmarok

          Oh my greatness what a saddaned news?so painful and indeed very unfortunate to loss such prominent and victorious man at these moment we really need him,it’s much frustrating for such fellows not forgetting the late Dr.Garang and many more others not reaching the promise Land i.e Southern Sudan that is soon awaiting unanimuosly to accomplishing its vision of being an independent state.
          Anyway may his highness rests his soul in eternal peace and perhaps gives the most needed comforts to not only his family but to his relatives,friends,Fellow colleagues in the GoSS and nevertheless the entire region that is going to miss him!!!!
          Deng WendeLu@l de Nuun.

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    • 2 August 2010 06:39, by ojok s. ojok

      DR. Samson, the fallen comrades, civilians and the veterans in the south, you have bear the hardship during the dark years of war; you have managed to produce the little fruits we are all enjoying now in the south. As somebody have mentions the late DR. John our dearly hero, if he was still alive nobody will suffer in the south and the whole Sudan right now. My encouragements to all of you brothers and sisters; both death and life is primal, we have no any other way of escaping it. My heartfelt to the family, relatives and friends of Samson, may his soul rest in peace. Ojok S!

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  • 2 August 2010 06:21, by Cush46664

    May his Soul rest in peace, and less we forget him. And a reminder to our Southern political leaders including the President, Vice President, and people like Pagan..Our enemy has shifted its war passion from arm to bilogical, and chemical war style. If we are not very careful, we may lose our strong figures before we finally attain our freedom.We must step up our bio-security, chemical security and environmental security in this remaining critical time..If we don’t have any like that,we need to set some up now than later.

    Regards, KG

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  • 2 August 2010 06:25, by murlescrewed

    Our country has lost a giant today and we mourn his passing. We could have wish for God to let him see the promised land but we never get what want all the time. May almighty God extend his comfort to his family and accept him in eternal life. May you rest in peace CDE Kwaje.

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    • 2 August 2010 07:21, by Joseph

      Very sad news my almighty god rest his soul in eternal peace.
      Cush 64446 you are not very from the facts. in the beginning of the movement late kerbino Kuanyin was injected with medicine which makes peoples unconscious in German in order to take him alive to Khartoum but his bodyguard was too intelligent to relocate him to another room while on sleeping. When these culprits came to take him they fine room empty. So these targeted leaders should be very careful during referendum or many of them will die with negligence

      Arabs have two options at the moment
      1-If south get independent on 9 January 2011, than they will kill top leaders silently or give them a lots of money in order to adjourn referendum. Let’s be very careful indeed

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      • 2 August 2010 08:16, by Jok Thuch

        As such of the due heartbreaking situation I would like to send my condolence to the family and of his extended relatives to the fallen hero Dr.S.Kwaje, who was also at the time the senior figure in the GOSS government and minister of Agriculture & forestry. We heartedly felt your untimely dead in our hearts, mind & in our struggling era of SPLM/SPLA because of your an awesome worked done during our dark wars of fighting with the Northern Muslim Arabs for that of lengthy of two & half decades ago ended in 2005 with CPA .Indeed, we were wanting you to be continuing with us in rendering services those which were planted & conceptualised in CPA for the liberation of S.Sudanese from the hands of Northern Muslim Arabs .However your commissioning in us and in our movement was an incredible believed as a moved for instant in CPA. As such we would missed you so much our late hero Dr. S. Kwaje that we would also be heartily in part with praying to our Almighty God so that to rest your very soul in peace and to also be next seated to our late Dr.John Garang .
        Cheers, J.Thuch

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    • 2 August 2010 07:47, by Aduol Liet

      The death of our late brother Samson Kwaje is a absolutely painful to all of us we Southern Sudanese people, our prayers to condolence to his family and may God take his soul to his right hand this is a good man had never say some thing bad to his people Southern Sudanese in the SPLA/SPLM movement.

      I can not imagine how much offered he had been doing in the SPLA/SPLM and just suddenly die like this before he haven’t seen what he was trying to achieve for his people.I remembered that, there were fewer’s Equatorians that made their commitment during the SPLA/SPLM time and this our late brother Samson Kwaje was one of those great people who love movement SPLA/SPLM and very lovely to his people Southern Sudanese and the movement of the SPLA/M. It is indeed a greater loss in Southern Sudan as a whole.

      Well, we have to understand that, Samson Kwaje was been wounded during Southern Sudan’s election and our people must understand fully that, what killed million Southern Sudanese people especially they Top leaders like Abraham Deng Nhial, Dr, John Garang de Mabior and this brother Samson Kwaje is same enemy of Southern Sudanese and this is some thing that, every Southerners Sudanese must be like Israelis in Sudan. This is the land these Arab came to make business and turned bloody to African Tribes who were welcoming them to settled in the Sudan.

      Our late brother Samson Kwaje die because of wounded and there is some thing I am very interesting to add. There is no doubt Kenyan are our brothers and sisters as Africa is our mother together but I do not trust individuals Kenyan as my uncle Dr, Dhel Achuil was sick just normally and it was not very serious one unfortunately, the Dr, in Hospital Nairobi called uncle Aleu Ayieny Aleu and said, Dr, Dahl Achuil has die that thing was surprising the whole city in Nairobi special those people who saw him when he was just laughing with people in the morning and the next hours announce his death but it was not been killed by Southern Sudan’s enemy but some body within SPLM leadership. Today on I do not trust people in Kenya, because they says money can talks and for matter we do not knowing if the enemies of Southern Sudanese attempt to bribe anyone it could be possible and that is some thing I will be remain skeptical about the system in Kenya and the sudden death of our late brother Samon Kwaje. From now, I think Southern Sudanese must be careful enough if you went to any Hospital in Kenya or other places then, make sure you have people who know the local language to connect that person with good doctor in order to get a good treatment and protect the person is very important and also to make sure the patient will not repeated same Hospital if retuning back for whatever matter is, there should be carefulness needed and that is my few advise to you all Southern Sudanese people.

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    • 2 August 2010 08:13, by Martin Garang Aher

      The enemy has struck again!!
      Let’s be more vigilant and scaffold the South up to the frontier that Samson and other fallen martyrs would love us do. They always die with their eyes conspicuously fixed on the vision - to see Southerners free from systemic bondage by the jellaba.
      South Sudan has indeed lost a great contributor to the freedom struggle of the marginalised. Samson was among Cardinal CPA negotiators. May God rest his soul in peace.
      If it weren’t for Khartoum and its medical division of the South from accessing necessary health care for all at the early age for all children, no southerner would die of natural courses as kidney failures, cardiovascular disorders, dysentery, hunger, cold, fever, meningitis, or any malfunction of the body of any kind.
      Our frame of reference for indignity caused by Khartoum is wide. We blame them for everything. We often hear them talking of unity on the political platform. Little do they know that political marginalization for us is one aspect of indignation in a cauldron of misfortune and sidelines that warrant or will warrant our option for separation.

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      • 2 August 2010 08:24, by Aarai Baka

        Let Almighty God rest his soul in Peace. RIP

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  • 2 August 2010 08:27, by Butrus Ajak.

    Death being what it is, south has lost another great man who stood up all through

    for the cause of his own people. I am totally sorry to have heard death has befallen

    Kwaje. My condolence goes to his family and the entire South Sudan who will miss

    him extremely. RIP Dr Samson. We will follow you!!!

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  • 2 August 2010 08:47, by yirolda

    My condolence to the family of the late Dr. Samson Kwaje. He was a great man for sure as he worked hand in hand together with SPLA/M with no turn back look as other were doing during the war time. He really knows the right of his people and that is why he sacrified his life to talk and plan for SPLA/M day to day. though Almighty God took him, nothing bad any more since he did his part. May his soul rest in eternal life!

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  • 2 August 2010 08:58, by Joseph Chol De Makuei

    Let Almighty God rest is soul in over lasting life

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    • 2 August 2010 10:10, by Aparana

      My condolence to The family of the late Dr. Samso.

      This reporter is wrong. Dr. Samso Kwaje did not win Lanya constituency as he did not contest there. It was Mr. Jimy Lemi who won it against Mr. Martin Elia Lomuro.
      Dr. Samson came to SS parliament through party list.



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      • 2 August 2010 11:33, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

        Mr Samson Kwaje was our own blood and flesh. He stood tall amongst the tall people we have had like Father Saturno Lohure, Dr John Garang, Yaba Aggrey Jaden, Yaba Joseph Oduho, General Tafeng, Kerebino Kwan Nyin, William Nyon Beny, Captain Sumuni Jada and the rest. His death is yet another eye opener that requires our top leaders to act with suspicion on any activity which is likely to draw the hidden hand of our enemy to cause havoc in a situation war could not. We should not forget Garang went too soon, Domic, Justin, and now Samson. This type of list must stop. Get treatment in a reliable country with a minimum knowledge of our enemies. Use reliable planes piloted by reliable pilots. Avoid party food as much as possible. My condolence goes to his family and the entire Pojulu community. May his soul rest in peace.

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  • 2 August 2010 11:22, by Sudan virus

    Codoleses to the family of late hero Dr.Samson Kwaje ,the president of south Sudan
    HE. Salva Kiir for losing a great element of the SPLM leadership,friends and relatives.Take Courage.

    May his soul rest in eternal peace.

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  • 2 August 2010 11:46, by DengDit Ayok

    The death Dr. Samson Kwaje is a sad event, not only to his family and his close relatives, but also to his largest family, South Sudan. May God the Almighty rest his soul in eternal peace.

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    • 2 August 2010 12:42, by Toposa Boy Southerner

      My respect goes to the gone
      am only with people who support separation from satanic north
      i will never ever have anything to do with unionist
      to me unionist are the satanic movement they want to reunite the country and kill two millions more i say to them BIG NO

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      • 2 August 2010 13:34, by mack waweru

        R.I.P national hero and son of South Sudan, Dr. Samson Kwaje. We will truly miss you, nevertheless, you remain in our hearts for your contribution to free your people since 1983 till 1st of August 2010.

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  • 2 August 2010 14:19, by Nuerdit

    The death of Dr samson kwaje is a great loss to southerners, it decrease the number of voters who will vote for separation of southern sudan.let pray to God not to loss any single person as we are going toward the referendum.

    By Nuerdit Deng Atem

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    • 2 August 2010 17:10, by Machingela gai

      Dear family and the nation,

      I am stunned to hear the death of our beloved son and Southern leader who was among the few people with heart to end our suffering Journey. Brother Kwaje was indeed a man of character and distinct ability to stand up unflinchingly for our cause. This unhappy departure is sad, and also is a true trace of who he was for us during the decades when we were in dire need of good leaders to lead us. He had never wavered his position and he is a true son of the land, in other hand. He is a champion of peace in seeing his dream come true through Compherensive Peace Agreement (CPA) we are enjoying. His caring and loving habits were our gain with nothing back on return. He therefore showed good qualities without a doubt that he had the heart for us with no trade gain. The end of one thing is a beginning of another one. History itself can say it all. Dr. Kwaje, you will never be remembered for bad things but good things you were always good at. Your death is a desaster to your family, to us and to our young nation you have been nursing for so many years. May your love always come to us when we think of you and our struggle. May your Good deeds extend struggle though not with us. We are appreciative for everything you did for us and our Southern Land. You join Garang in Peace in soul’s home.

      My condolences go to the family and to the very community he came from. You all know that Dr. Kwaje is not your lost alone, but our lost as South Sudan. We will truely miss him. My heartfelt and profound sorrow is beyond the description of words. May the giver of life rest his departed soul in peace. And until then we meet again, friend, good bye!!!

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  • 2 August 2010 15:38, by Kok Achiek Ajith

    It was really indeed another sad day that all of us are facing today after just few days of the memorial of the late Hero Dr Garang, then now this sadden news of Dr Samson Kwaje who had done all without even thinking of himself but of the people of Greater Southern Sudan. Dr Samson we wish the mighty God rest your soul in peace and God bless you SIR.

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  • 2 August 2010 19:45, by Madhod

    My condolence and prayer goes to the family of Samson Kwaje! He was truly a Hero in the moment. His voice as a spokesperson for the SPLA/M during the movement shall be remembered forever. May God guide his family in this difficult times, and may God rest his soul in peace.

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  • 2 August 2010 23:35, by telfajbago

    As the entire Sudanese marginalized groups of Sudan are yet to wake from the tragic death of late Dr.John Garang, Dr. Kwaje joined the kingdom of late. Chairman of SPLM/A in a very untimely period before to enjoy the hard toil of his struggle. Our fellow Country men of South Sudan, ladies and gentlemen; let all of us remember a line from Isaiah 21:11 " watch man, what of the night? He repeated it,” watchman, what of the night? And the watchman replied, morning is coming; and aren’t we all watchmen?
    This is our calling in life, as freedom fighters, Ladies and Gentlemen, to stand the watch, each day, each night, eternally vigilant so that others may sleep peacefully until the morning, until the day when it please God to call us in to his Kingdom. I believe that is what exactly Dr. Kwaje had being doing with his comrades in the SPLM/A.I pass my heart felt condolences to SPLM/A leadership and his family and the community at large. The like of Dr. Garang and Kwaje will be reborn in us. Go IN peace Kwaje, in the Kingdom of Martyrs.

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    • 3 August 2010 03:33, by Magos

      My dear brothers, sisters and friends my big condloess to the family of Dr. Kwaje.He was the spokeman of SPLM/A in a very critical period of our struggle. Our fellow Country men of South Sudan, ladies and gentlemen,It is indeed big lose but they did their jobs with our late Dr.John Garang and they left us in good level in which CPA is sign,So it is your turn to continous with the vision of the SPLM/A and if fell the vision to not be freedom fighters to your people you betry your late leaders as Pagan said.Therefore it should bring back tragic lose of late Dr.John Garang and Dr. Kwaje to this forum but I have reckon that could not happen we will following the vission with prisdent kiir and others leaders in South to the independenc of our nation and God bless you and forget the pass.

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  • 3 August 2010 03:23, by Chol Nyok

    RIP Dr Samson Kwaje. You have played your part in freeing your country from enemy and you will remain as national hero.
    you will be remermbered for all your deeds. You have not died in vain, you are our hero!
    Let’s mourn him together!

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  • 3 August 2010 05:49, by Awumtiai

    To traitors and filthy renegades:

    The Southern Sudan heroes concluded today by Dr.

    Kwaje are leaving us at this contentious and

    testing phase while traitors and renegades are

    left behind injoying what they haven’t fought

    for. A hard earns honey!!!!! Why God? You should

    have spared Kwaje to taste his good deeds, to

    receive praise from the Southerners. His untimely

    death isn’t that good. Anyway Kwaje your soul can

    hear me; you have died to live in our thoughts

    and our prayers. You were a true and a big

    brother who never deserted his weak and nagging

    brothers given your status can let you live life

    wherever you go.

    God takes care of him!!!!!


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  • 3 August 2010 15:21, by Haak

    may the almighty rest the soul of great prominent leader of southern sudan in internal peace, Kwaje is the leader of no doubt regardless of all the challenges, we shall miss you dear our leader, so principle of secretency should not come to southern sudan.leaders stopp enemeties among yourselve

    God’s help Kwaje and all the martys
    longlive meet when you need us

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  • 4 August 2010 04:10, by AUGUSTINO DENG

    Lord Jesus Christ and Heavenly Mighty Father, would you please rest the soul of our Hero Dr.Samson Kwaje in an eternal life? Dr.Samson Kwaje, all the Southern Sudanese people whom you sacrifice yourself to fight for their freedom, love you indeed.

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    • 5 August 2010 05:51, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

      No God! stop that doom Ideas finishing our people!

      Do southerners Know who are enemy doctors taking care of them?. and how many way can enemy Kill people.

      who are the friends of South that give care of us.
      Southerners just see the doctor and belief them. But they just there to take away theirs life. southerner does not know what is killing them. where is God when we are dying? I do not believe of that God you southerners are expressing. God is your one by one death to end of last person.

      Now a day,the killing in now is medically procedure,and the the foolish would not understand how are they dying. Why not bring a trusted allied doctors into Southern Sudan. those like us and works for their hearts. Example,the Cubian Doctors are excellence of helping poor nation like us in theirs hearts. or bring America Doctors who can help us in the south.

      What our people should know is that Kenya is easily access by enemy of the SPLA/M. Why many people are dying in kenya, Egyptian hospital? while no measure have been taken since all those years. It happen many time in southern towns where southerners kidneys,livers,hearts are stolen daily,letting the patient died in some days, months,year and more. The foolish people can be murders medically, like what been going on around the world to sudanese people. I dislike when I see people dying of foolishiness acts.

      The thousand of dollars that are getting misuse in the south can build a good hospital and bring all quality doctors to works for us. MRI,TC SCAN,X RAY,LABORORY,heart,kidney and brian sugery inside the country. Money we misuse are letting us died poorly. Southern leader I can bring any kinds of doctors skill to south technicians


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The political calculations of Sudan’s military regime 2019-04-22 20:37:26 How Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was overthrown and what happens next in Sudan By Ahmed H Adam* On April 11, after 30 years in power, the longstanding dictator, General Omar al-Bashir, was (...)

Will the military or the people lead Sudan? 2019-04-22 16:25:04 Support by regional and international partners will be critical to address the economic crisis, as well as the reformation of government institutions, ministries and security agencies By Ahmed (...)

Will uprising in Sudan provide a new political dispensation? 2019-04-20 06:25:31 By Luka Kuol* The recent wave of uprising in some African countries shows the new means of contesting the African rulers who stayed in power for so long and are hardly to be unseated through the (...)


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South Sudan’s Lafon youth condemn killings of civilians by Pari community 2019-04-03 21:54:29 Press Statement on the Fighting between Pari/ Pacidi and Lotuko/Lokiri on 24/3/2019 Release by The Lafon County Youth Union: We, the Lafon County Youth Union hereby condemn the atrocities and (...)

Joseph Malwal Dong joined the SPLM/A -IO 2019-04-02 08:35:02 SPLM/A (IO) Press Release 1/4/2019 On Hon. Joseph Malwal Dong Joined the SPLM/A (IO) The leadership of the SPLM/A (IO) would like to seize this precious opportunity to announce to members and (...)

Sudan Protests: Investigate the custodial death of three University students 2019-03-13 12:53:14 The African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies (ACJPS) Sudan Protests: Urgent call for investigations into the custodial death of three University students and alleged torture of detainees by (...)


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