Sharing with the needy during christmas celebrations.

 

NECOFA decided to add value and happiness to the lives of 8 children who were unfortunate victims of the post election violence that broke out in Kenya early in the year.  The treat was in form of new clothes aimed at bringing some joy and happiness as the world celebrates Christmas and New Year. Five of the children are orphans who lost their parents in the senseless mayhem.  They include ; (from left) Girl-Spinicah Moraa aged 16years, boy Wycliffe Oduso aged 15years, boy Dennis Ayoti aged 10years, boy George Mbugua aged 14years and boy Joshua Nyakundi aged 17years.  The children learn at St Mary’s Boys Primary School in Molo. The other beneficiaries were the wife and three children of Mr David Kinuthia Muiruri.  Mr kinuthia and his sister are physically challenged.  While Mr Kinuthia moves on a wheel chair, his sister has never moved since she has never benefited from the services of a wheel chair.  They too are victims of the violence and they are currently housed at the New Testament Church. The beneficiaries (from left to right on photo) boy Zephania Gitau aged 12 years, girl Monicah Wanjiru aged 13 years; girl Judy Nyokabi aged 16 years and their mother Rose Wambui.

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