The Gods Might Be Deaf. Still No Rains in Amuru

Last week, News-Hapa reported that in the face of the current drought, elders in Amuru had turned to traditional rituals beseeching the gods to send rains. Now, Richard Okiya Law, a resident of the areas reports to us that, “the drought still persists despite of community’s traditional rituals in search of rain in the past couple of weeks.” He goes on to say, “early planted crops are drying. People who use small streams as their source of drinking water are in a crisis.”

- June 25, 2013
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