The Chairman of Bul’s Initiative for Peace and Reconciliation (BIPR), Lt. Gen Bapiny Manytuil Wejang Wuor and his accompanying delegation(Photo credit: courtesy image/Nyamilepedia)
The delegation were received by Hon. Chuol Gatluak Manime, the commissioner of Mayom County, Brig. Gen Ajang Mabior Chol, the Brigade 10 commander of SSPDF forces, Mayom Civil population and other senior county government officials.
The team identified two areas, Mankien and Ruadhkey, that could be suitable for the conference.
According to Samuel Chan Mut Turoah, the press secretary of Lt. Gen. Bapiny Manytuil, said the delegates have chosen Mankien over Ruadhkey.
“The team have chosen Mankien over Ruadhkey as the only location and venue for the conference due to it Security and relative proximity to the health care centres and Market.” Chan said.
“As part of their mission Gen Bapiny Manytuil Wejang and his accompanying team had toured different areas including the county headquarters (Mayom), Ruadhnyibol and Koatne village (Shrine of Dengkuoth) and the houses which had caught fire few days ago.” Chan added.
According to Samuel Chan, Gen. Bapiny launched a rotary drilling of water points in Koatne village for the residents to have access to clean drinking water.
“Gen Bapiny officially launched rotary drilling of water points in Koatne village (The shrine of Bul Spiritual leader) for easy accessibility to clean and safe drinking water that would reduce the risk of infections from the water bone diseases hence the sustainability of lives.”
“The drilling of boreholes will continue until the 12 payams have got the full access to clean and safe drinking water.” The Press secretary added.
Chan further said this visit shall be the basis for commencement of the conference whose date and time shall be announced in the near future.
Gen. Manytuil calls on the members of Bul community at home and also in the Diaspora to prepare for the conference that shall take place in Mankien.