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Y.D.K Company CEO gifts Musician Daniel Dinganyai and two others brand new cars

Y.D.K Company CEO surprises musicians with brand new cars in a gesture of gratitude for promoting peace and unity in South Sudan through their music.

William Door Malek

Three South Sudanese musicians including legendary artist Daniel Dinganyai, Akol Madengdeng, and Wol Idris have received brand new cars as gifts from the CEO of YDK Group of Companies, Luka Kuot Dengdit in Juba yesterday.

Speaking to Hot in Juba, Musician Daniel Dinganyai expressed his happiness for having been gifted a car for the first time since he started his music career about ten years ago.


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We are given cars by the CEO of YDK Group of companies, Luka Kuot Dengdit. I and two other colleagues, Akol Madengdeng and Wol Idris received our cars today. I am very happy to be given this gift for the first time in my music career. Luka Kuot is the first person to give me a car since I started my music career about ten years ago,” he narrated.

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Daniel Dinganyai stressed that as an artist who sings for peace, love, and unity in South Sudan, CEO Luka Kuot is inspired by the meaningful song he sang about unity among soldiers, titled “Jeec Ta Dola Mainydu Gabila”, an Arabic phrase that translates into English as “Soldiers of the nation do not have tribe”

I sing for peace, love, and unity in my country, South Sudan. So CEO Luka Kuot was inspired by my song which I sang during the graduation of Unified Forces. He gave me this gift because I composed a song that talks about unity among soldiers in my country which says “Jeec Ta Dola mainydu Gabila

I launched and sang this song during the graduation of unified forces. This is a song that impressed Luka Kuot plus some other songs that I sang in my music career — the song of love, peace, and unity,” Daniel stressed.

Daniel said the other two musicians are also given cars because of their excellent and meaningful contributions to the music industry in South Sudan.

These two other musicians are given their gifts for their excellent contributions to the music industry in South Sudan also,” Diinganyai concluded, appreciating Hot in Juba for reaching out to him.

Y. D.K Group of Companies is a South Sudanese general supply company managed by Luka Kuot Dengdit.

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