by moru - 31 MAR 2020 Our daliy life in Terekeka still keep going on... The cattle camp relocation of Gabuta clan (PHOTO: Fedrick Pitia Gore) Drying fish at home (PHOTO: Kenyi Wani) FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19!
by Joseph Mokoto - 14 JAN 2020 This is Lokule Malou great wrestler in Mundari tribe He defeated Wani Sukga today (13 January 2020) man from Jai clan He just waiting for Magot ©Joseph Mokoto 2020 All these are greatest wrestlers in Mundari tribe
by Jubi Gajuk Wurnyang Lupaya - 28 DEC 2019 01/01/2020 in Terekeka State IF YOU DRINK, DON'T DRIVE!
by rumo - 16 SEP 2019 Nile perch, (species Lates niloticus), important large food fish of the family Centropomidae (order Perciformes), found in the Nile river and other rivers and lakes of Africa. A large-mouthed fish, the Nile perch is greenish or brownish above and silvery below and grows to about 1.8 m and 140 … Continue reading [ Life in Terekeka ] Nile Perch – Main source of income for Nile fishermen
From Instagram - 30 AUG 2019 Thanks for the video record by our friend Bruno Feder from Brazil (Original link - https://www.instagram.com/p/B1vzoSGncGj/?igshid=1msykz3c0i5lg) That's our way...
REPOST from Darious Lokosang@Facebook - 22 AUG 2019 Our children are reaping more than what they sow. Thank you God for your endless blessings.
by Fedrick Pitia - 22 AUG 2019 Rest in Peace, late Micah Laila Daudi
by Jackson Lukojo Luko Buyu - 29 JULY 2019 Greetings my brother in 'Diyuta cattle camp.
by Dominico LZ - 14 JULY 2019 Attending Bari Mundari Service Mass in St Mary's Immaculate conception Terekeka Main Parish by the Main Celebrant Episcopal Vicar Fr. Gabriel Asida Andrew for Terekeka Pastoral Region. The readings of today are teaching us about a good neighbor with all hearts of pity on others who are in … Continue reading [ Life in Terekeka ] Bari Mundari Service Mass in St Mary’s Immaculate conception Terekeka Main Parish
by Kenyi D. Legge - 12 JULY 2019 Migration to the pastureland to Nyarkenyi mountain and they will come back on October and November, so I wish them peaceful coexistence over there. All photos by Kenyi D. Legge, 2019