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Saudi Cleric Killed In Guinea By Suspected Tribal Religious Followers


“A Saudi Arabian Islamic preacher was killed in eastern Guinea after proselytising to hunting communities in a remote region near the Mali border, police and lawyers said on Friday. 325 more words


February 2018 Roster

That time of the month again where we receive our rosters, and although mine isn’t brilliant, it’s not that bad either despite only getting one thing I bid for. 476 more words


No marsude? Seeda Seeda.

*This post was written last week during my site visit.*

Ajaaraama! Ko Mariam mi inettee. Ko Diallo mi yettete. Greetings from the Fouta Region in Guinea! 378 more words

Black Girl Magic

Guinea Part II - Ebola and Vine Bridges

On the morning of the 29th, I woke up groggy and tired from a very fitful and restless sleep.  That day we had some more heavy miles to cover before reaching the town of Gueckedou – only made famous as being the site of patient zero during the Ebola outbreak of 2015 when a young boy got bitten by a bat and came down with the virus.  1,151 more words


A tumultuous day.

I didn’t think it would happen. I’m raising my blog from the watery depths to which I have abandoned it.

I didn’t think it would happen. 2,764 more words


Guinea Part I - Truck problems, the warmest welcome and horror hotels

On Boxing Day we were scheduled to drive west back to the main road between Freetown and Makeni and then head north-east toward Kabala, staying in a local guesthouse there.  1,762 more words