Lakot Concy’s Story
In 2003 we were living togetherwith my parents in the Internally Displaced Peoples’ (IDP) Camp. One day they went to the village to dig the garden and get some food for us but they were attacked by the rebels on the way. We were told that they took them to Sudan and killed them. Up to now we do not know where their dead bodies were. We were left with our 60 years old grandmother who has no means of paying our school fees. I was lucky that I was taken by Honourable Betty to study at NEBSTA. I have brothers and sisters called Odera Denis, Laker, Kevin, Aryemo Scovia, and our last born Olana Docus are staying with my grandmother.
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