Hope for Tanzania

Update on Augustino Godfrey

Added 11 June 2014

The case against Augustino Godfrey has not yet been decided as there have been unimaginable delays in the Tanzanian justice system. Most of these are due to non-shows from judges and lawyers. Remember that the case was first brought to court in January 2013 when we assisted Augustino with court costs in order to maintain his job in the Education Dept, albeit on a reduced salary. We actually went with him to his court appearance in September 2013 but the judge did not turn up. Pray that he will know peace in his life and that the health of his wife, badly affected by the stress of the situation, will improve. Pray that the case will be resolved in his favour on June 26 when it is next scheduled.


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