Guinea Ebola Workers’ Killers Sentenced

Eleven people were sentenced to life in prison in Guinea for murdering eight Ebola workers, reported the AFP (Agence des Feuilles Politiques) press agency this week. Another 15 were acquitted.

Moise Mamy, partner to CAMA, cofounder of Hope Clinic, and executive secretary of Eau de Vie, was a fervent evangelist and the district superintendent of the Mano churches. He had a heart for the lost and for his country and was known widely as a man of peace.

Rev. Moise Mamy, one of the eight workers killed in September 2014, was a member of the Eau de Vie Ebola awareness team, a ministry started by Compassion and Mercy Associates (CAMA), the relief and development arm of The Alliance.

Moise and others in the delegation, including local health officials and journalists, were attacked by angry locals during an outreach visit to the southern town of Womey in Guinea.

Encouraging News

In the aftermath of the deadliest Ebola epidemic on record that has killed nearly 11,000 people in West Africa, according to the Centers for Disease Control, some good news is beginning to emerge.

“We’ve witnessed a church more than double in size because of its response to Ebola victims,” wrote CAMA workers Stephen and Lori Albright, who serve in Guinea. Earlier this month, a well-received conference helped equip Guinean pastors to more effectively address the steep challenges Ebola survivors endure.


  • Please continue to pray for the families of the eight who died, particularly for Moise’s wife, Nowei, and their five adult children. Pray also for those who were recently sentenced to life in prison, that they would find forgiveness and redemption in Christ.
  • Use the weekly Alliance Prayer Requests to join the Alliance family in interceding on behalf of our teams in West Africa and worldwide, who often serve in challenging circumstances requiring Holy Spirit–inspired wisdom in demonstrating God’s unconditional love to those who live in hopelessness and despair.

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