10 December 2012

Kenya: Tessie Mudavadi Gives Orphans Christmas Gifts in Naivasha

Seventy two Naivasha orphans over the weekend received early Christmas gifts from deputy prime minister's wife, Tessie Mudavadi.

Children at the Prayers Beyond Boundaries Children' Centre whose parents died in the 2007/2008 post election violence received books, medicine and food stuff the Mudavadi Memorial Foundation Trust Fund.

Tessie, who is the fund's managing trustee should look into the welfare of orphans who lost their parents during the election violence. The children were also treated to various sporting activities such as bouncing castles, tug-of-war, puppet show, magic shows, face painting and a football match.

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