This morning as I opened my facebook, I saw this post from James Mansaray of Freetown. My heart sunk in memory of the horror the people of Sierra Leone suffered at the hands of greed. Andrew was going to be a lawyer and the rebels wanted him to join them in their wickedness. His refusal cost him his life, hacked to death with a machete. I need say nothing further, what is written is enough.
...this is only a single memory of a life snatched away, there are hundreds and thousands. All Sierra Leoneans were touched by the icy hand of wickedness in one manner or another. Everyone either lost a loved one, had someone in the family that suffered an amputation or endured the atrocities themselves.
Please help Nazareth House Apostolate do all that it can to improve the lives of these peaceful caring people. This horror was not rooted in them, it was rooted from outsiders who were driven by greed.
Please give today, as a memorial to those who lost their lives, their arms and legs: Let's show them LOVE, selfless love. Give today:
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Facebook posting, Sunday Nov. 7th by James Mansaray:
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