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(c) Anomalous data from Wasua
Sub-Health Centre excluded for 2010.
The revival spread to Wasua
and Dede, then up the Fly River to Baidowa, where villagers reported 'visions of a stairway leading up to an open door in heaven from which a light streamed down to earth'.
For the Gogodala, the UFM decision to start a Bible school at Wasua
in 1945 confirmed the status of the Gogodala people and instigated the opportunity to join with the missionaries in 'doing God's work'.
(7) After establishing a mission station at Wasua
, Drysdale moved forty kilometres inland to find new villages and in 1934 set up a second mission station at Balimo, a large village on Kabili lagoon.