Over 400 Widows Receive Easter Gifts

Over 400 widows at Majengo estate in Narok town have a reason to smile after a peace organization gave them food stuff as an Easter holiday gift.

The food was given by Narok County Peace Ambassador Dr. Joshua Kaputa, who called on all Christians to share food and clothing to the needy and vulnerable families during this Easter holiday.

‘It is our time to make a smile on someone’s face. I ask my fellow brethren to support the needy people in our society as we commemorate the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ,’ he said.

He reiterated that he will continue supporting the needy in the society and fighting for their needs so that they too can feel appreciated and contribute meaningfully to the development of the county.

‘I know widows and orphans face a lot of challenges in life. We decided to celebrate with them so that they too can feel appreciated. I want to assure them that I will always stand with them to defend their rights,’ he said.

Mary Mutheu, one of the beneficiaries said many familie
s were spending the night on an empty stomach because they cannot afford to buy food.

She said the foodstuff given will last for at least one week calling on other well-wishers to volunteer to support the vulnerable and needy in the society.

Esther Pachenya, another beneficiary, thanked the peace organization for remembering the less fortunate people in the society and prayed that God would continue increasing their gallery.

‘This is unusual love; we did not expect such great support during this Easter holiday. Thank you to the organizing committee,’ she said.

The foods given include maize floor, beans, sugar, cooking oil, rice and wheat flour.

Easter holiday is celebrated by Christians to commemorate the crucification, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Source: Kenya News Agency