Bishop Andudu Adam Elnail’s Appeal to Congress – Juicy Ecumenism

In the video in this blog post, the Rt. Reverend Andudu Adam Elnail, Bishop of Kadugli and Nuba Mountains, Episcopal Church of Sudan and South Sudan (ECSSS) urges the four co-chairs of the House Caucus on Sudan and South Sudan to sponsor a letter from members of Congress to Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

Bishop Andudu’s video is the second of four video messages to the co-chairs of the Caucus: U.S. Representatives Michael Capuano (D-MA), Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE), Barbara Lee (D-CA), and Michael McCaul (R-TX). The videos are a plea that the caucus would urge the Department of Justice to ensure that the people of Sudan and South Sudan who have been brutalized and persecuted by the Government of Sudan would receive appropriate compensation for what they have suffered. This compensation would come from the settlement funds provided by a financial institution, BNP Paribas, that processed billions of dollars of transactions for the Government of Sudan through United States financial institutions in violation of sanctions. …

Source: Bishop Andudu Adam Elnail’s Appeal to Congress – Juicy Ecumenism

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The Bishops’ Message to Congressional Caucus on Sudan/South Sudan – Juicy Ecumenism

… On October 21 the members of Congress received a response from Assistant Attorney General Peter Kadzik. His letter was –for the most part — a reiteration of information already known. So now we are once again appealing to the co-chairs of the Sudan Caucus to write to Lynch, pressing for more clarification on how the Department of Justice intends to distribute funds. This will give an opportunity to the other three co-chairs who did not sign the first letter to do something great for the people of Sudan and South Sudan who were harmed by BNPP.

Please listen now to the plea from the Rt. Reverend Moses Deng Bol, Bishop of Wau:

Source: The Bishops’ Message to Congressional Caucus on Sudan/South Sudan – Juicy Ecumenism