Networking the land instead of surfing the net


Faustin Kerumbe Wedung'a 2013What a marvellous sensation to travel on highways on a powerful motorbike! It is quite different on bush land. This is what Faustin Kerumbe discovered on his way to the chapel of Kamaka situated at over 200km from Serenje in Zambia. Long journey on sandy paths crossing the Luombwa River on a canoe and passing over a shaky bridge add to the adventure. But Faustin has a mission; to meet the Christians of Kamaka who are waiting to see a priest for the past three years. Not easy to visit regularly 86 outstations dispersed throughout the Parish. The reward is nevertheless a reality; meeting the leaders, the youth and praying with the small Christian community of Kamaka. Fortunately enough, a small mud house was provided with the satisfaction of the visiting priest.

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