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Thursday, January 11, 2018 - 15:08
Bishop Vincent Mojwok Nyiker of the Catholic Diocese of Malakal has left behind a legacy of good leadership for many to learn from, says national minister of Agriculture and Food Security.
 
Onyoti Adigo Nyikwech, who spoke on behalf of Shilluk community, describes the late bishop as an exemplary teacher and a real shepherd.
 
He says the late bishop worked tirelessly among different communities in Malakal for people to peacefully coexist.
 
Minister Adigo encourages all South Sudanese to be peace loving people like late Bishop Mojwok.
 
He believes dialogue and reconciliation is the only way for peace to prevail in South Sudan.
 
Vice President James Wani Igga testifies that South Sudan has lost a great person who is hard to be replaced.
 
Late bishop Vincent Mojwok of the Malakal died last week in Khartoum, Sudan and his body was laid to rest at St Joseph’s Cathedral in Malakal on Thursday.
 

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