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With few days to the deadline given for the closure of the camps housing mudslide and flood victims in the different locations, this writer decided to visit the

Since Sierra Leone suffered from the August 14 mudslide and flood disasters, thousands of people were rendered homeless, with no food to eat, or clothes to wear. The

Despite the hurricane tragedy in Texas, more than five hundred people of different faiths gathered together at the Nirvana Center in Dallas on August 27, to participate in

Long time ago, mountains seduced men. Mountains have both religious and esthetic values to mankind. The gods are believed to dwell in the forests and therefore the apex

Point a finger at global warming for the mudslide in Freetown but it cannot be blamed for the catastrophic dimension of the storm. Blame climate change for the

Sometimes, in moments of distress, I turn to music for inspiration. These days as updates stream in on the August 14 mudslide that killed nearly 500 persons with

On Monday, 14th August 2017 while on a trip abroad, I learnt of the terrible tragedy caused by natural disaster that has befallen various communities in the Western