Ayuel Monykuch

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Ayuel Monykuch
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Ayuel Monykuch in 2019.
David Ayuel Monykuch Arop

(1997-12-15) 15 December 1997 (age 23)
Khartoum, Sudan (now North Sudan)
NationalitySouth Sudanese
Other namesAyuel Monykuch
Height170 cm (5 ft 7 in)
  • Monykuch Arop Mou (father)
  • Alok Dangway Thalic (mother)

David Ayuel Monykuch Arop (Arabic: ديفيد أيويل منكوج أروب) || also known as Ayuel Monykuch, is a South Sudanese Entrepreneur. He was (born December 15, 1997) in Khartoum, Sudan (now North Sudan) and raised in the Abyei area, currently lives in Germany.[1][2]

Early Life[edit | edit source]

Ayuel was born in Khartoum, Sudan (now North Sudan) and he is a Ngok Dinka from Abyei.[3] He spoke Dinka, Arabic, English, and some Germany. When he was young, his father moved with him to the Abyei area in a small village called Abatok. Ayuel grew up in a village area where there were no good schools and life was very miserable. He used to walk to mills to go to school, it was really hard for many pupils to study. As a childhood life, Ayuel spends most of his life with his mother's family. He is a Roman Catholic.[4].

His father, Monykuch Arop Mou, was a farmer who belongs to the Pacheer Mareng Clan from Ngok Dinka. Monykuch had two wives, Nyankiir Biar, Alok Dongway Thalic, along with 11 children (nine brothers and three sisters) in the family. Ayuel’s mother, Alok Dongway Thalic was a housewife. On 10 October 2019, his family immigrated to Germany.[5][6]

Personal life[edit | edit source]

From 2012 to 2019, Ayuel decided to put himself in the music industry as a singer, even though he doesn’t want to be Artist, Ayuel has not recorded any songs, just represent himself as Artist, but because of his talent, he knew how to write a song RnB and Rap as a songwriter.[7] From all this time Ayuel is known as Ayuel See Rapper, then later on in 2020, Ayuel leave all these things and he works as a Social activist, Change-maker, and Entrepreneur till now to help each other and even to work with the community.[8]

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