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Commemorating World Refugee Day (20th June)

I was a stranger and you welcomed me, 
I  was naked and you clothed me
I was an orphan and adopted me
I was crying and you consoled me
I was shelterless and a home, you gave me
I was persecuted and you defended me
I was talentless and with skills, you empowered me”

May always God bless you, with dew from heaven and  with fertile fields, rich with grain and a lot of mabuyu and masuku fruits.

Blessed is a nation that opens its doors to the people in search of an asylum and treats them as his own people!

Jesus was once a refugee so was Albert Einstein.

Do you know any refugee in your neighbourhood? At your church or working place? 


Call him and tell him: you are my brother (my sister, my son, my daughter, etc…..

May the Zambian soil remains a healing place for broken hearts.

JEAN SERGE MANDELA

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