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The Man Who Would Not Hate: Festo Kivengere

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Book Description
The new President, Idi Amin, was determined to wipe out Christianity in Uganda. Amin's secret police began to arrest and kill Christians. Festo refused to hate and rebel against Amin. He continued to spread God's Word even if it meant he and his family might die.
Book Information
PublisherW Publishing Group
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages89
Publication Date06/1991
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About Jill Briscoe (Author) : Jill Briscoe is a published author of children's books. Some of the published credits of Jill Briscoe include Paul Hits the Beach: And Other Wild Adventures (Baker Interactive Book for Lively Educatio... more
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