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PostSubject: check this out   Wed Apr 22, 2009 9:33 pm

finally after 80 years



Nuer prophet’s divine Rod and Pipe to return after 80 years in UK
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By James Gatdet Dak

April 22, 2009 (JUBA) – The United Kingdom authorities will next month return to Southern Sudan a Rod and Pipe belonging to a Nuer prophet after nearly 80 years in exile.


Ngundeng’s Pyramid (Lou) The family of Prophet Ngundeng Bong this week announced that the Arrow or Rode, which is called Dang in Nuer language and Pipe, also called Toony, will be returned to Bieh (pyramid), the Prophet’s headquarters in Waat of Jonglei state on 5th May, 2009.

Reat Bol Ngundeng, one of the Prophet’s grandsons, confirmed the arrangements for the return of both Dang and Toony to Bieh (pyramid), which the family considered divine and historical for the people of Southern Sudan.

The 60-feet tall pyramid, surrounded at its base with numerous elephant tasks, was built in 1800s. By 1920s, the British administration attempted to destroy it leaving only about half of it intact.

Prophet Ngundeng died peacefully more than one hundred years ago in 1906 at his headquarters (Bieh) in Waat and did not experience any direct contacts with the Anglo-Egyptian government or with any other government.

However, in 1930, about 24 years after his death, the colonial British administration reached Bieh and confiscated his Dang, Toony and Drum (Bul) after they assassinated his son, Guek Ngundeng.

The Drum was returned to Bieh in 1978 after it was kept in museum in Khartoum for nearly 50 years.

But the Dang and Toony have been kept in London by the British government since 1930.

They are expected to be accompanied to Bieh in Waat by a number of Nuer senior government officials, traditional leaders and elders.

Professor Douglas Johnson, a British national and the author of the book, Nuer Prophets: A History of Prophesy in Upper Nile in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuaries, will accompany the Prophet’s belongings in person from London to Waat.

Dr. Douglas is a renowned historian who has lived and worked in Sudan for more than 40 years. He also served as a consultant for the Government of Southern Sudan on the issue of the North-South border demarcation process based on the 1956 boundaries.

Ngundeng’s family members believe that the return of Dang and Toony are timely and important as foreseen by the Prophet in 1903.

(ST)


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PostSubject: Re: check this out   Thu May 21, 2009 8:14 pm

Hi guys, can we give that thing another name, in stead of arrow. so that some others communities might respect what it is and where it belonging.
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PostSubject: Congretulation   Fri May 22, 2009 7:37 am

Thanks Jack for the message.it has been along time when we depart from Kenya kakuma.
please it is good that the Rod and the pipe is brought back.we need to be seriouse on this two thing.
if this thing will be kept in Juba what will be our gaining?
only the Juba pple will be benefiting from ours
because there are some who pple who normaly just heard there is aplce for Ngundeng if this this things are taken there they will be encourage to come and see and at the same time see the Rod and Pipe.on process of doing this they will be paying money .do you thing the money which the tourist are paying cannot do any thingvaluebale to our pple?
and if thise things will be keep in Juba what is the benefit?
we need take be seriouse and talk our top pple in the government about it and they should be taken to Bieh
otherwise nothing will be our gaining as the pple of Ngundeng
thanks watch our and let's keep our eyes open
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