On the 14th of August 2015, we conducted a workshop in Wun-Chuei cattle camp and the focus was on:Monitoring on the early distributed DAPs, Distribution of new DAPs,Impact stories and update of new chips.
Deng Nhial, a resident of Adol community, originally from Goi cattle camp, narrated the crises of Chieftaincy campaign which brought a very big division between the chief and community members of Adol. As a result many people moved to Mundari land with their cattle. The people of Mundari land had been transformed by the peace messages. But some of the new inhabitants to Tombek (Terekeka County) wanted to retaliate the death of one of their own. The news spread quickly.
"One cattle camp Chief of Mundari heard the News. One day he came with his youth to our cattle camp and called all the youth of our camp and asked, “Do you have a DAP in your cattle camp?” "Yes," some answered. He again asked, “And what lesson have you heard being spoken on it?” "Peaceful co-existence," they replied. The chief continued to say that having heard much on peace it was now time to implement what they learnt. They would not entertain fightings as this would inject wrong impact over his people. If the Dinka people wanted to fight they would have to move to their home across the Nile. But if they wanted to live in Mundari land they would have to stop fighting. Feeling ashamed the fighters resolved to live in peace."