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Churches give back to society in Trans Nzoia

Trans Nzoia County evangelical churches have donated 100 bags of maize to help feed the vulnerable during this time of pandemic.
Speaking on behalf of church leaders during the handing over of the maize to the county government Friday , Apostle Josephat Kegotho of Full Gospel church said that it is time for pay back especially during this times of covid-19.

Apostle Josephat Kegotho addressing the press before handing over the maize to the county government at the Governor’s office in Kitale on Friday 29, 2020. Photos by Ngeywa Mosobin.

“We have decided to help feed the vulnerable and our congregation that are not working during this difficult period,” he said.
According to Kegotho, it’s time for the church leaders to support people who have been there for them.
Area Governor Patrick Khaemba called on the public to employ personal responsibility during this pandemic to fight this deadly virus.
“I’m calling on the public to demonstrate high profile of protective behaviours against COVID-19 to fight the virus,” he said.
Khaemba thanked the churches for the kind gesture and asked big farmers in the region and other well-wishers to support the vulnerable members of the community.
The 100 bags of maize will be milled and packed by Khetia Drapers to benefit 500 persons across the county.

By Ngeiywa Mosobin

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