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Na a pirit Jamet na ngutu ti wondurba. Ni yi momora ko ngwajik ti wonduruba i kak 'bukulung. Wonduruba forum a pirit nagwon tikindya yi kiko jamet kode toyuyukin ko 'borik ko pipilet na kikoling logwon jakindya yi 'bulit gwoso kotumit na wonduruba. Na a tomoret nikang i kak 'bukulung. Ti yi bongo poki i pipi'yu na gboke logwon de ngwajik kayang kekep ko anyen se koti todininkin ngwajik kase. Ngutu ti wonduruba aje suluja kiko pipilet lo to'durjo na 'borik. Ngina to'duret bubulo kepo ko yi gwon ko tujamakin ko 'bork i kak 'bukulung. Nyenagwon ngutu ti na jamet bubulo sunyundyo ngojino, ko longio, ko lyongesi ka'de ka'de anyen yi ling memet ngangar.

This is a discussion forum for the sons and daughters of Wonduruba. Wonduruba people are located along the Lainya Maridi road. This forum is meant to discus local issues pertaining to Wonduruba that may not be discussed better on other forums. This forum is open to all Wonduruba people, their spouses and adopted children or adoptive parents. Members are scattered all over the world. We strive to engage each other in fruitful discussions for the interest and development of Wonduruba. Members may post pictures, news, announcements, history, and cultural matters on this forum. The birth of this forum is a step towards the promotion of our heritage and interest within the larger Pojulu community, the Sudan, and the world. This forum shall not be used to isolate ourselves from our good neighbors who share the same cultural traits, but rather it will be a media of self realization and promotion focusing on the development of wonduruba land which we believe can effectively be reached through good communication, sharing of ideologies, politics, culture, custom and anything of interest to the people of Wonduruba. We pray that our children shall find this forum a path of choice to tread lest they forget their heritage and history.
Long live Wonduruba, long live South Sudan, Long live lovers of Freedom all over the world.

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  • Sudan
  • Sep 1, 2009
  • English

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