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https://t.co/xdl Yz Vu GTq pic.twitter.com/X6q Rpvge8u — Fierce_Beauties (@Fierce Beauty101) May 29, 2017 Many South Sudanese are dark in complexion and were heavily victimized and marginalized by the Arab Sudanese.
Beside the fact that I’m bless with melanin and I love all this darkness.” Gatwech who is a fan of Nigerian musician Mr Eazi tags herself as Queen of chocolate and encourages everyone to love who they are. @queenkim_nyakim .....#beauty #blogger #sheslay #islay #bakface #beatface #gorgeous #hairo…
“So my new nickname is Queen of the Dark and I love it I’m so thankful and grateful to all the amazing people showing me love and support and writing such powerful articles about me.. @queenkim_nyakim #southsudanesemodels???????????????????????? Other neighboring tribes, such as Maasai are also Nilotic, but migrated from South Sudan to Kenya and Tanzania in the 1500s, where they lost their dark skin by mixing with other eastern African local tribes.
The Nuers have a three-part marriage which is made up of the betrothal, the marriage and the consummation.
The betrothal is sealed by the delivery of the first installment of cattle to the bride's home; upon their arrival, an ox is sacrificed to their ancestors and the meat is eaten by all.
According to the Ministry of Gender and Child Affairs, 48 percent of South Sudanese girls between the ages of 15 and 19 are married, with some being as young as 12 years old when they are married off.
South Sudan’s Child Act 2008 sets the minimum age of marriage at 18, and says that anyone contravening this law faces up to seven years in prison.