SOMERVILLE, Australia (PRWEB) July 26, 2016
The horrendous killing of the Nuer people in Juba, South Sudan, on December 15, 2013, not only shocked the whole world, but also inspired author Jada Yengkopiong to write down what he witnessed into a concise and eye-opening chronicling of truth. “The Golgotha: South Sudan 15 December 2013” (published by Xlibris AU) brings to light the intriguing and real hidden motives in the South Sudan’s tribal killings.
This new book describes the killing of the Nuer people in South Sudan, offering a clarification that greed, tribalism and the need for tribal domination of the social and political landscapes are the reasons for the killing. In addition, Yengkopiong presents that the need by the Dinka people to seek revenge was because of kokora of 1983 and the SPLA/M split of 1991. This was in the centre of the tribal mobilization and contribution for the killing of the Nuer and other people, especially those in Equatoria.
“The information contained in the book is current and touches every human soul and spirit. The book tells it all as it is. It is now up to individuals and their judgment to bring a change for better in South Sudan,” says Yengkopiong. “The book also seeks the international community to investigate the crimes committed under international law and also urges the international community to not leave the other tribes of South Sudan in the hands of tribal leadership like that of Salva Kiir Mayardit. This urgent call makes this book unique and different in tone and taste from any other book ever written.”
“The Golgotha: South Sudan 15 December 2013” reveals a real story in today’s society. It bares open the evil brought by greed, tribalism, racism, sectarianism, religious fundamentalism, all forms of discrimination and the lack of national and distributed leadership that have caused suffering of the general population. The author rallies that national agenda should be inclusive of all people of the country, regardless of their beliefs, tribe, race or political affiliation. With this book, readers are reminded that the need for any form of domination by any particular group of people will always lead to resistance and eventually wars.
“The Golgotha: South Sudan 15 December 2013”
By Jada Pasquale Yengkopiong
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 100 pages | ISBN 9781514495209
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 100 pages | ISBN 9781514495193
E-Book | 100 pages | ISBN 9781514495186
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jada Pasquale Yengkopiong was born in South Sudan. He attended Rejaf Primary School, St. Martin de Porres Intermediate School and Comboni Secondary School, graduating with a General Certificate of Education from the University of London. He joined Makerere High School and received Uganda Advanced Level Certificate. He was then admitted to the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. Later he received Bachelor of Science, Honours from the Medical University of Southern Africa, Pretoria, South Africa. He migrated to Australia, and while there he received Master of Science in pharmacology and therapeutics from the University of Limpopo, South Africa. In Australia, the author received Master of Biomedical Sciences from Curtin University, Graduate Certificate in Research Management and Research Commercialisation from the Southern Cross University and a doctorate in veterinary and biomedical sciences from Murdoch University. Yengkopiong received Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Western Australia.
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