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Lakes State Community Mourns Former South Sudan Deputy Chief Justice

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Former Deputy Chief Justice, Molana john Wuol Makec , glancing on his bed after a surgery in August last year, 2016(Photo Credit: Rundial Magok Rundial)
Former Deputy Chief Justice, Molana john Wuol Makec , glancing on his bed after a surgery in August last year, 2016(Photo Credit: Rundial Magok Rundial)

Jan 20, 2017(Nyamilepedia)—-– South Sudan’s communities of Lakes region mourn their son, former Professor and LL.B research Supervisor and former Deputy Chief Justice, Justice John Wuol Makec, who died in Juba on Monday after long illness.

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Speaking to Nyamilepedia Press team on Thursday in Juba, Lakes President of High Court Justice, Charles Oyo Nyawella, describes the death of Justice Wuol as a great lost to all people of South Sudan.

“The late John Wuol has done what he came to do on earth in terms of education and service delivery”, says Dr Oyo.

Lakes President of High Court says the legacy of the late John Wuol would be continued by his students and close friends he worked with.

President Nyawella consoles the family that all people of South Sudan are mourning the former Chief Justice.

Late Justice John Wuol Makec holds the Bachelor of Laws from the University of Khartoum and a Master of Laws from University of London.

He has written extensively on customary laws and legal systems.

The late Wuol was the author of The Customary Law of the Dinka People of Sudan.

His last assignment was serving as chairman of the Investigation Committee on Human Rights Abuses following the mid-December 2013 crisis.

His body is expected to arrive in Rumbek on Friday for burial.

May his soul rest in eternal peace!

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1 comment

Lakueijik Dut January 20, 2017 at 2:55 am

former chief justices, not deputy chief justices, anyway rest in peace uncle

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