Creative outlet helps refugee carve out new life in Mount Gambier

INCREDIBLE TALENT: Former refugee Sadiki Kamuldele with a few of the detailed sculptures he has carved from redgum and limestone. Picture: BRITTANY DENTON

WITH one harrowing statement, Sadiki Kamuldele paints a picture of life in war-torn Congo.

“I saw people killed every day,” the former refugee said, speaking to The Border Watch about the 21 years he lived near the Congo/Rwanda border during the Second Congo War.

“There is still conflict – the war is still going.”

While a language barrier prevents Sadiki from providing an in-depth account of the horrors he witnessed, the civil war is counted among the bloodiest in recorded history, with an estimated

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