Vive John Garang

Vive John Garang

There are 15 comments on the Sudan Tribune story from Jul 22, 2008, titled Vive John Garang. In it, Sudan Tribune reports that:

July is here again to remind us of Dr John Garang's plan to - take towns to the people'. By our own standard and stage of development, Juba, Wau, Malakal, Bor, Rumbek, Bentiu, Torit, Yambio, Kapoeta, Aweil, ...

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john

Australia

#1 Aug 6, 2008
what vivan was trying to say about the her father is that he was a good man thanks to god.
Emmanuel awet

Australia

#3 Sep 22, 2008
we all are every upset about ours lead john Grang we had lost last three years ago nobody hoppy about it we are strungling for that it.
Marial Mabor Turic

Uganda

#4 Nov 18, 2008
Disappointedly, it really our duty we youth of southern Sudan to keep in mind what late Dr Garang did for us as southern Sudan at large and black African of Sudan.

To make clear to our people, we shouldn't forget our late Garang but to work hard to keep what he was strungling for.And we shall both see in the coming year of the referrendum in 2009.

The last kick of the dying horse in 2011 is what we should bring all our efforts as people of the same blood.
Nyannut Deng

Satellite Provider

#5 May 11, 2009
HI vive the death of ur father is happness to me.even my father die ,i remin poor good for u who have weath , ur in school ,not even in Sudan but we are suffering,what will show that ur father is dead?
Nyannut Deng

Satellite Provider

#6 May 11, 2009
had u to be in sudan it would be good u are enjoying ,abrogh
nyannut deng

Satellite Provider

#7 May 11, 2009
my fathr die in movement why not sposorship .iam in of education
Achol

Kansas City, MO

#8 Oct 2, 2009
Some people might be crying for John garang. he was a good leader and very responsible and we know one day everything well be ok and i know that my father when i was two year old and now i'm growing 17 years old girl and i know one day Lord Jesus will help us with everthing so we have to let everything go like our long last family and friend. i'm in USA now and taking care of my school and i'll help some people my Education in the future God is always here with us helping us out. So let everything go move and Think about your Future
achol

Leavenworth, KS

#9 Oct 2, 2009
the great leader
Achol wrote:
Some people might be crying for John garang. he was a great leader and very responsible man no would be good as him. we know one day everything well be ok and i know that cause my father die when i was two year old and now i'm growing 17 years old girl and i know one day Lord Jesus will help us with everthing so we have to let everything go like our long last family and friend. i'm in USA now and taking care of my school and i'll help some people with my Education in the future and just believe that God is always here with us helping us out. So let everything go move and Think about your Future.
abraham

Satellite Provider

#10 Oct 17, 2009
Dr.Garang was a man of no fear,during the war he also use to visit arab world like Egypt and yet he is did not fear of beeing cough in cairo.
so my dear fellows led join hands together and fight the enemy not ourself, leds those stupid malishaad die alone.
colin campbell

UK

#11 Oct 20, 2009
john wrote:
what vivan was trying to say about the her father is that he was a good man thanks to god.
I hope his good work will continue and others will hold his principals in future.(I was in sudan 1995-1997
colin campbell

UK

#12 Oct 20, 2009
I hope his good work will be continued by others and they uphold his principals. (I was in Sudan when Yei, Rumbeck etc were under the north)
Achol ayom

Platte City, MO

#13 Nov 12, 2009
even though he was a great leader no will ever forget him next generation will still know who he was and what he done to sudan people.
young black

Perth, Australia

#14 Jun 12, 2011
the work of Dr john garang is over now,so it is our time to fix others thing that he didn't finished during his time in the movement,i was there i know more thanks everyone
young black

Perth, Australia

#15 Jun 12, 2011
Dr John Garang is our vision and we will never forget about him we are today free people through his blood lets all Hon- him as our almighty Garang.
young black

Perth, Australia

#16 Jun 12, 2011
Dr John Garang is our vision and we will never forget about him we are today free people through his blood lets all Hon- him as our almighty Garang.

one day southern sudan will rise up and live up the true meaning of it create, and we all believe in the self evidence that all men were created equal

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