“NELSON MANDELA SHALL BE REMEBERED FOREVER” “UNITE WE MUST!” “FREEDOM AND JUSTICE FOR ALL OPPRESSED PEOPLE”
Gambella Nilotes United Movement/Army
September 28th 2013, Gambella
“NELSON MANDELA SHALL BE REMEBERED FOREVER”
“UNITE WE MUST!”
“FREEDOM AND JUSTICE FOR ALL OPPRESSED PEOPLE”
December 12, 2013
Today December 10, 2013, as the world leaders and the people of South Africa are celebrating the memorial of the greatest African leader Nelson Mendela on his fallen last Friday December 6, 2013 with a sustained illness, GNUM would like to express its deepest sorrow and pain for the lost of this icon great freedom fighter, whose legacy and political goal will remain as paramount leading strategies for political struggle against racism and color discrimination at any standard to realize equality and freedom for all the oppressed people.
The Mendela Memorial Day marks the memory of reconciliatory events whereby the oppressed under very courageous leadership of Madiba, stood together as one against the instituted racist apartheid policies at whatever cost; and the oppressors being convicted with guilt of greed have regretted their selfish ambition and actions against the oppressed, and hence, with sense of remorse leading to new political environment for reconciliation. It is this fact that transformed the country from racists administration to multiracial democracy for common benefit of all of which every citizen today in South Africa, the black and the white alike, enjoys peace, equality, and freedom.
Madiba has shown the world the path to national cohesion and harmony in most hostile situation. He paid the price even to sacrifice his life for the people, not giving in to the evil of apartheid regime that its policies were so gripped in racism and color discrimination and segregation against the black nations, in favor of small minority white rulers. At the time the black nations lost all the opportunities to grow in a dignified manner. They were dehumanized and treated like animals in their own mother lands. For Madiba it was worth to sacrifice his life for the people than to live, to the extent that he had to spend 27 years in prison. He was courageous leader, and for him death was nothing than to get rid of the apartheid regime to restore human dignity and freedom that was lost for the black nations.