On 8 April 2016, Dr Enid Parker, known
as ‘Asamolta’ or the ‘Red Lioness’ to the
Afar people of East Africa, went to be with
the Lord she served for so long.
Paul Yeulett, pastor, Grove Chapel
By the time she was born in Edenfield in
Lancashire in 1920, her father’s health had
been ruined by the Great War; he died when
Enid was only seven. Her mother was unable
to care for Enid and her two brothers, who
were all cared for by relatives.
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