By Row Duol Tuong,
Sept 17, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– The community of Gajiok in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is happy to thanks all those who participated in yesterday’s fundraising event held at 24 Kebele, on 16 of September 2016.
The community made an emergency fundraising for the victims of the last month’s air bombardment carried out by the government forces in the town of Nasir and its surrounding areas which results into killing of the innocents people displacing many.
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Responding to the immediate request by the local people in the town of Nasir, the Gajiok Community Association in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia successfully raised money based on their capacity.
As the a community we are very much appreciative to the entire Nuer community who joined us together in yesterday’s occasion in order to respond to the immediate request from our brothers and sisters in the ground affected by their very government which is designed to kills them.
More than closed to a thousand people turnout yesterday and joined us in raising fund for those people in need in the ground.
I, Row Duol Tuong, Chairperson of the Gajiok Community Association in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia would like to thanks those people who contributed massively to make the event successful. As a community we would also like to appreciate those people collectively work together to make the event successful.
Our unity matte and it is only when we come together as one collective identity we can achieve greater things for our people. We also repeated to the public and officially dismissed any person against us. We don’t support Taban Deng Gai but rather see them as enemy fighting alongside forces of Salva Kiir killing our civilians in the ground each and every day.
This is a public appreciation to those people who contributed money yesterday in the hall in responding to the immediate need of our people.
Thanks you all once more.
Row Duol Tuong is the Chairperson of the Gajiok Community Association in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He can be reached +251-89-972-593, +251-977-323-785.