Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Cherry clearing the way for new house


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Katura Luke and her four children are on their way to getting a new home.

Yesterday, businessman Anderson Cherry started clearing and renovating the dilapidated house in Diamond Valley, St Philip, which the family has been occupying for several years.

Their sad story was brought to light by charity worker Jordan English and his team, who learnt of the living conditions while conducting a food hamper drive.

English said he was shocked to see the state of Luke’s home, which had no electricity or bathroom facilities, and was littered with junk and garbage. He sent out an urgent appeal on Tuesday calling on the business community to assist. (MB)

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