Methodist Church in Kenya donation to victims of Westgate mall attack


Red Cross Donating

The Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church in Kenya Rev.Joseph Ntombura on 24th September, 2013 presented a donation of Ksh 100,000 to the Kenya Red Cross. He made the donation to join with other Kenyans in assisting those people who were affected physically and psychologically by the Westgate mall Al-shaabab attack.

The presiding Bishop was received by the Deputy Secretary General of the Kenya Red cross Society Dr.James Kisia and the Group director Corporate Services Ken Oduor.

The Deputy Secretary General thanked the Presiding Bishop for the love and care he had demonstrated to the affected people, and congratulated the Methodist Church in Kenya family for being the first denomination to make donations to the affected people.

In his speech, the Presiding Bishop condemned the attack and clarified that the attack was a terror attack and not religious. He thanked all Kenyans who were selfless and strong for those affected by assisting in blood donations, rescue efforts, treating, giving their financial support, reassurance and comfort.

The presiding Bishop also expressed his gratitude to the Methodist Church partners all over the world who had sent messages of sympathy and solidarity to the Kenyan people.

Presiding Bishop was accompanied by the Human resource Manager Mr.Godfry Kaluma, communication co-ordinator Emma Mueni, and Boys and girls Brigade co-ordinator Mr. Charles Munyua.

Photos of the event