Council of Churches in Sierra Leone Statement on the August 14 2017 Flooding and Mud Slide in Freetown In the early hours of Monday August 14, 2017, parts of the capital city Freetown was overtaken by massive flooding and mud slides that led to the loss of hundreds of lives and millions of dollars in property. Communities worst affected are Regent, and Kamayama in the west and Kissy and waterloo in the East end of the city. In the last 24 hours, the Council of Churches has received many phone calls, e-mails and letters from our many partners around the
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