We are still admitting new students. We now have a lot of form ones, coming from different backgrounds. We now have around 35 new form ones and we are still expecting more of them by the end of this week.
We are also admitting children in the other classes, that is form 2 to 4. We are very happy about this though it brings along a lot of straining. Most of them come from poor backgrounds, from the slums of Dandora and others, so they seek survival help from us as we help where we can. They always look upon us on everything.
Due to this, we have increased consumption of food, little space in the dorms, and they have to squeeze for all of them to fit. It is a big challenge to us, as we have to accommodate all of them. We are even confused whether to take more borders than we have because of these problems, but still we have those who are begging us for support and help to their children. This is because they have no place to go, they live in the slums, they don’t have money, they have no hope and if their children don’t go to school, they fall into the evil behaviors through the influence of their community where they live in.
Thanks so much for your support and the new buildings that we have in our school. We have made them dorms although with less space as we have more students than the space available. Still, thanks so much for your care and support.
Brother John Kennedy and john Fischer went to Mukumu, Kakamega today for their retreat in preparation of their last perpetual vows which will be held on the 8th of February next month. We are still praying for them as a community wishing God’s blessings on them. They left Brother Bruno who will stay with us for this week when they are away.
Attached are photos of the new form one students, Bro. Bruno and Bro. Fischer and the new buildings in the school.
Again thanks so much and God bless.