A youth Senatorial Candidate has promised to help the upcoming youths in various fields as one way of mentoring them.
This was realized when Okeng’o Nyambane launched a program of helping the youths across the county recently his support to Faith keepers choir received his support at Boruma 1 SDA church,Birongo ward in Nyaribari chache towards the shooting their new album.
According to those who spoke to Gusii star after receiving the donations, they hailed Okeng’o for his willingness to support the youths to show case their talents.
Led by choir official Marlon Nyamari ,Boruma 1 youth choir became active mid last year and it is set to launch their new album end year through the support of willing leaders.
The church organized for a fund drive towards boosting them for the launch and invited guests to raise at least 200,000 for the luncheon.
“ We are very grateful and we thank hon Okengo Nyambane for his generous contributions and all the invited guests who have ensured our youth choir achieves their dream, “said church Elder Onyancha adding that the the event was successful.
Bishop Robert Nyamwange thanked senator Okengo and urged leaders to impress such motives and reach out to people especially at the grass root level to bring change in the community.
“We ask our leaders to copy an example from senator Okengo by reaching out and touching souls and extending a helping hand,” said Bishop Nyamwange.
Nyamwange however challenged Birongo ward MCA to provide development to the residents in the ward which is dragging back in terms of development and service delivery.
Kisii vocal artist Pharry Kerry who delivered aspiring senator’s donation thanked Okengo for standing for the youth in the region.
“You have taught us that we have to always help the church and we are glad you are leading us to the right direction,” said Kerry.
He noted youths should engage in positive activities such as serving the lord through the church and not engage in activities that will lead to evil as he challenges politicians to to have the church in their development programs after being realized that they churches have been left behind in terms of development.
Also present Kiogoro ward MCA Samuel Apoko called upon the community to always follow the health protocols in the fight against Covid 19 virus.
“Let’s always put on our masks, keep social distance and wash our hands, the` deadly virus has invaded our community,” said Apoko.