Re: The Good Work Of The Orgonite In Southern Sudan
I do appreciate our brother Laurent for giving us lots of encouraging remarks.
Sudan for many years had been a deserted place; it had minimal things to be admired. Farmers for many years could not even dream of exploring the region for they had nothing to gain due to continue draught. Even the fishermen at the same time could gain nothing in that region due to that continues draught. Mostly, the majority of people could only depend on the waters of River Nile which flows from Jinja in Uganda. So on this account, life there had been too hard for the common peasant farmers to get their daily bread. The only people who could eat on a silver plate and spoon are the ones who hail from the oil rich regions. This made these especially those coming from the Southern region now called the Republic of Southern Sudan to suffer great. So this means there was unbalanced distribution of resources, something which made the less fortunate guys to suffer most. In fact if am not far from the truth life there was very hard and not promising for the last few decades.
Now after doing thorough gifting there, life is now very favorable for almost a half of the region. Fishermen now are emphatically enjoying their catches farmers can also harvest and get their daily bread very easy for the rainfall is now sufficient.
Now beside oil mining which was previously to the rich and the guys who are able, now through a agricultural production and good catches of fish which had even made the fishing industry to spring up. Now we are even supporting other nations with the orgonite like Ethiopia we have a fellow there called Hibrahim really we had emphatically stood firm with him and I do believe very soon, he will be caught up in the fire of success.
I highly appreciate our brother Don Croft and his entire colleague as Frode Laurent among others who had stood firmly with us; really almost all our successes just come from them. I also appreciate our brothers and sisters from Kenya like Mrs. O, Dancan, Nicholas, Chris among others. I may not also fail to recognize our fellow from Tanzania brother Eliud and a sister from Somali land dada Fatuma for their genuine support of the project. Really their presence in the business has made us to be this far.