ICC Supports a Christian Widow in Uganda | Persecution

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ICC Supports a Christian Widow in Uganda

06/11/2022 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Kadama and her family converted to Christianity a few years ago after her husband and son experienced a miraculous healing from mental illness. When the family accepted Christ, their Muslim relatives isolated them and began to curse them using witchcraft, which is common in Uganda. Kadama’s husband was also a leader in the local mosque, which led to threats from the wider Muslim community when he converted.

In 2020, Kadama’s husband tragically passed away, leaving her further isolated and struggling to care for their 10 children. Her extended family refused to support her unless she converted back to Islam. ICC provided her with the inventory and six months of rent to help her start up her own small market to support her children.

She expressed, “Who am I that you’re doing all this? Thank you, my God, for bringing these wonderful people in my life and I will continually give this testimony to all.”

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