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When we arrived in 2003, Pastor Sikiyani owned a plot of land about 100m up the hill from the Chiuta village shops, measuring approximately three acres, bordering the (dirt) road. He had no official documents proving his ownership.
On this land there is a three-roomed house and separate kitchen for the Pastor and his family (and some of the orphans), which he had built himself. (continue reading)
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