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MKU Eldoret campus joined uniformed officers in thanks giving service.

Students and staff from MKU Eldoret campus participated in the North Rift region, thanks giving service for the disciplined uniformed officers and families held at The Sacred Heart Cathedral in Eldoret town Uasin Gishu County.

They support charitable organizations. In regard to this, Mount Kenya University donated food and clothes with several other items as part of the University's Corporate Social Responsibility. The donations are done after the celebrations in the spirit of sharing with the less fortunate members of the society.
MKU students accompanied by the Campus Director Dr. Emily Kirwork, Coordinator School of Business Dr. Ibrahim Nyaboga, Quality Assurance Officer Ms. Suzanne Standa, MKUSA Officials led by Chairman Mr. Erick Beth and the Head of Marketing, Mr.Monoi Amos among other staff.MKU students accompanied by the Campus Director Dr. Emily Kirwork, Coordinator School of Business Dr. Ibrahim Nyaboga, Quality Assurance Officer Ms. Suzanne Standa, MKUSA Officials led by Chairman Mr. Erick Beth and the Head of Marketing, Mr.Monoi Amos among other staff.

Over a hundred people attended thanksgiving mass service that was presided over by the Rt. Rev.Salecious Mugambi, Bishop In-Charge of the Catholic Diocese of Meru, assisted by the Bishop In-Charge of the uniformed Service. They both represented the area Bishop Rt. Rev. Cornelius Korir of the Catholic Diocese of Eldoret.

"We urge all the disciplined forces and all of us gathered at this service today to serve others well and in good faith. Making others do mistakes is against the will of God. Let’s always work for others as if we are working for the lord and not for men" Said Bishop Salecious Mugambi when he presided the thanks giving service.