Empowering the MAA Community: Governor Kihika’s Pledge at Pastor Oseina’s Ordination

In a gathering later this afternoon, Governor Kihika attended the ordination ceremony of Pastor Robinson Oseina from Covenant Church International, Nakuru. The event took place at the Spotlight Academy grounds in Shabab Ward, Nakuru Town West Sub-county.

The Governor, accompanied by John Olotuaa, the Principal Secretary for Tourism, Kajiado Deputy Governor Hon. Martin Moshisho Martine, and Narok Woman Member of National Assembly Rebecca Tonkei, took a moment to commend Pastor Oseina for his unwavering commitment to transforming the lives of youth, particularly those from the MAA community in Nakuru County. Governor Kihika expressed that Pastor Oseina’s spiritual guidance has been a beacon of hope and transformation for the entire community.

During his address, Governor Kihika made significant pledges to address the challenges faced by the MAA community in Nakuru County. Specifically, he emphasized tackling issues related to land and improving access to employment opportunities. The Governor urged the area MCA to allocate funds in the bursary kitty as an affirmative action for the minority MAA group, recognizing the need for targeted support.

Njoro MP Charity Kathambi, area MCA Macharia Wathiai, County Executive for Trade Stephen Kuria, and Chief Officer of the Office of the Governor Martin Kagai were among the notable attendees who graced the occasion.

The ceremony underscored the collaborative efforts of various government officials to uplift and empower the MAA community, promising a future marked by improved living conditions, increased opportunities, and a strengthened sense of community. As Pastor Oseina takes on his new role, the collective commitment to positive change and inclusivity shines as a testament to the region’s potential for growth and development.

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