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The Central Islamic Organization of Guyana (CIOG) last week visited the grieving mother-Tracy Flue; whose children were taken from her sadly by a fire that engulfed their home while she was away at work.
In a release the CIOG said it supported Ms Flue with food items and clothing and pledged their support for long term counselling for her. “We do understand how difficult it will be for her and her family and also for her four-year-old son, who lost his three other sibilings. We do pray for her to find the strength in God Almighty and to live on with the fond memories of her beloved children. She plans in making that spot where they were burnt into a flower Garden, so she will remember the loving memories of her three angels that are now beyond,” CIOG said.
“We urge others to help her in building back a home and whatever else she can be supported with at this trying time. CIOG and its collaborating partner’s remains committed to building and strengthen partnerships for a stronger and brighter Guyana and wishes to express thanks to the donor that supported with the items for Ms. Flue.”