Kenyans have been urged to share with the most vulnerable families in the society this festival season.
While donating food stuff to Rehema children’s home in Keumbu in Kisii county, the Kisii aspiring senator Okengo Nyambane said this is the time Kenyans should show love and gratitude for the less privileged by putting a smile on their faces.
The leader said Christmas is a time of celebration with families. However for the most vulnerable in the society, like the homeless, it’s not a very festival time, especially with the COVID 19 pandemic.
“We have all experienced a challenging year with Covid19 effects. Loss of lives and jobs. We have come to end year, we ask Kenyans to remember the homeless, orphans widows and share a meal with them as a away of celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, “said Nyambane.
Further he said eve season is a time for connection and frivolity but those in the orphanages feel anxiety about socializing .
“Let’s pay them a visit, socialize with those kids and in one way or another we have put a smile on their faces and let them feel part of us, “said Nyambane.
Rehema children’s home chairman Mr. Robert Nyamwange applauded the initiative and called upon well-wishes to aid and support those children to enjoy their Christmas like other children.
“We thank those who have donated to us food stuffs and we don’t take this lightly, we sincerely value your support, “said Nyamwange.