Thursday, August 29, 2013
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|The ill-fated bus rests amid bushes as rescuers search for survivors. [Photo: Boniface Thuku/Standard]|
By Alex Kiprotich and Charles Ng’eno
Narok, Kenya: A Homabay-bound bus crashed at dawn Thursday at Ntulele on the Mai Mahiu-Narok road, killing 41 people and stirring public outrage over road carnage.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 29 – The death toll from an accident that occurred along the Mai Mahiu-Narok road on Thursday morning has risen to 41, according to the Kenya Red Cross. Read More: http://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2013/08/37-passengers-perish-in-narok-bus-crash/
God is good all the time
It is with humble hearts that the family of Tammoima Gichana informs you of the passing of his brother Julius Gichana on Saturday August 24, 2013. He collapsed and died at his home in Malindi, Kenya.
The funeral is planned for next week and details will be shared as soon as they are finalized. Tammoima is preparing to travel to Kenya for the funeral.
There will be a mass, followed by a fundraiser to help defer the funeral expenses, on Saturday August 31, 2013 at 5.00 pm at his house 38 Naples Ave, Belleville, NJ, 07109.
If you are unable to attend, you can call Tammoima on 201 892 6124 and you can also support him financially through
Bank of America account #381027523111
Name: Tammoima Gichana
Zip Code: 07109
For more information you can contact:
George Marucha 201 779 8505
Peter Mose 201 776 4814
Washington Mbiti 862 220 8955
Dennis Omandi 201 539 4667
Ree Ndung 862 215 0615
Lawrence Omboto 551 208 4788
Everline Ombiro 201 736 7690
Maria Kioko 201 320 3048
Thank you as you continue to keep the family in your prayers
A 14-year-old-girl on Sunday gave birth to triplets at the Bungoma District Hospital. the girl, who comes from Harambee area in matungu constituency, gave birth to the babies through normal delivery.
NAIROBI, Aug 28 – A war of words between Rwanda and Tanzania is enflaming tensions in Africa’s resource-rich Great Lakes region, adding a new, potentially dangerous dimension to one of the continent’s longest-running conflicts.
Police in Kenya are investigating the murder of a former British army colonel who was killed by an armed gang at his home near Nanyuki, Laikipia.
Read More: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23838766
In what was described as a victory for the Kenyan Public, a Chinese woman, Chen Biemei, has been jailed by a Kenyan court for 2 years and 7 months for attempting to smuggle ivory out of the country.
“Dwight L. Moody was once asked, “Dr. Moody, do you have dying grace?” “No, I don’t,” he answered.–”I’m not dying yet!” But when it comes time to die, He’ll give you dying grace–the grace to die gracefully as a witness and a testimony!–”As thy days, so shall thy strength be!” (Deu.33:25) Whether you die a martyr’s death or you die peacefully, you’ll die in the Spirit and in the Lord and in faith, praising the Lord. You’ll have dying grace when the time comes!
Jesus obviously felt pain! He certainly died in agony, and no doubt many of the martyrs felt pain and died in agony. But He’ll never let anything happen to you more than you are able to bear, not even death! (1Cor.10:13) He’ll give you the grace to bear it with joy and thanksgiving!–Dying grace!
When the moment of death comes, God will give you such grace and such peace and such love, such rest, perfect confidence, perfect faith, no fear, all joy, all thankfulness, praising the Lord and thanking God that at last it is all over! You’ve done it, you’ve made it! It’s behind you. That’s it! Never again! Heaven forever! Happiness eternally! Total glory! Sudden death, sudden glory! Hallelujah!