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John Garang Memorialized by Sudan's Top Novelist [Sudan]:
Calling on her fellow Sudanese to "honor" the memory of John Garang by remaining peaceful in the face their leader John Garang's untimely death, and voicing her complete trust in his replacement, Salva Kiir Mayardit, Sudan's controversial novelist-poet Kola Boof, an SPLA member living in exile in the United States, appeared on several radio programs to debut the poem "Choll Apieth" in honor of Garang's legacy and said that the poem is to represent a hope for peace in Sudan as well as the spirit of John Garang. When asked to describe Garang, Boof told Voice America Radio, "John Garang was a Dinka, a man of enormous kindness, honor and intelligence. He believed devoutly in the potential for all Sudanese people to rise and join as one. None of the Arab leaders in Khartoum have ever had the vision and integrity that John Garang had. He was Sudan's best son." [...]
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