The 9 Catholic radio journalists of the province of Cabo Delgado, in the diocese of Pemba in Mozambique, who were forced to take shelter in the bush after rebels of the Islamic State had raided the headquarters of the station are safe. “The National Forum of Community Radio (FORCOM) reports that the nine journalists of the editorial office of the Saint Francis of Assisi Community Radio, located in the district of Muidumbe, province of Cabo Delgado, are in a safe area, after having survived for 15 days in the forest”, reports a post on the FORCOM Facebook page, according to Fides News Agency.

The Community Radio Forum “was able to provide logistical support to all journalists in order to reach the relatively safe areas of Namialo, Montepuez, and Pemba”.

The last two journalists of the group arrived in safety on November 16 and “are already meeting their relatives in the district of Montepuez”, FORCOM states.

Praise the Lord

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