Dancan Omollo, the Kenyan fisherman whom you may know about, by now, who is an incredibly prolific networker in Africa, and Christine Anyango in Sudan are ready to take a cartload of orgonite to introduce Ethiopian farmers and fishermen to its benefits.
As they were planning this journey a war broke out in Southern
Sudan, again. When Georg and I were gifting in Uganda, warfare in
Southern Sudan had spread to Northern Uganda. If memory serves,
Georg was telling me that this terrorist campaign was being conductd
by the US and Britain in order to get access to Sudan's vast uranium
deposits, which they wouldn't have to pay for if they destroyed the
government in that region.
in the same period, Christine and her husband, Salva Kirr, along
with their children and other family members were refugees in Kenya
on account of that conflict when we first started corresponding. Dancan
was helping them at the time and I didn't start corresponding with
him until the end of last year. Salva was murdereed with poison
shortly before that in Sudan, within weeks of the murder of David
Ochieng and his wife, Emmah, in Kenya.
Dancan's recent, phenomenal travels can be appreciated if you'll
take a look at an atlas and realize that there are probably no paved
or well-maintained roads along that route, which is traveled by
bus. Look at how far Lake Chad is from Kenya, for instance.
Christine has moved to Waw, in Western Sudan, where she immediately
found interest and demand for orgonite among the fishermen along
the river and farmers in the area. They're paying their own
expenses by now, which is a landmark development. I admire their
strategy of nearly constant travel to teach people about the uses
and value of orgonite because this has been an incredibly successful
marketting ploy for them, as well as a public service. I'm a little
I'll be posting about their pioneering trip to Ethiopia in this
thread and here's what I got from Dancan, today:
I am now in Christine's house in Sudan and I got some challenges
along the border becouse of the past war. Check point are every
where becouse they believe there can be armoury in transit but I
still made it safe. We are now planning a trip to Ethiopia.
We are giving the fishermen here orgonite and they really like
it. Fishermen along lake chad still wants orgonite but since our
shedule is for Ethiopia we cannt make it to Chad We will either send
for them to come to Sudan or will drop some for them at the border
of Chad. On wednesday we shall be travelling to Ethiopia now.
Farmers around have really realised a wodnderful outcome.