Monthly Archives: October 2009

Ndaabu community benefits from Fambul Tok…

000On a recent visit to Ndaabu community, Kailahun District, the community expressed Fambul Tok has reminded them the importance of traditional practices and togetherness. Six months after their ceremony, chief John Bockarie said there is communal understanding of reconciliation. He … Continue reading

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Community Builds New House w/o Fambul Tok’s help

000Eight months after their reconciliation ceremony, Yengema community, Kailahun District, are now experiencing a sign of ingenuity, unity, and progress. Town chief Karimu Lamin attributes the progress to the ancestors accepting the communities plea for reconciliation and peace. In passing, … Continue reading

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Truth or Justice first?

000A couple of days ago, I was reading an article on the Rwanda Genocide and came across an interesting quote by Yolande Mulugasana, a genocide survivor. She said, “There will be no humanity without forgiveness.  There will be no forgiveness … Continue reading

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