Archbishop Martin Musonde Kivuva joined the rest of the Nation in praying for the peace at Pwani University in Kilifi county whereby he presided a mass organised by the the inter college Y.C.S of the Catholic Archdiocese of Mombasa. In his homily he said that it is important to love one another since we have a common origin created by the most high.

He advised the youth to be an example according to Mathew chapter five and be the light to the society. He further insisted that it is a Democratic right to vote and also a democratic right not to vote therefore if anyone is not willing to vote they should not be a hindrance to others who are willing to vote. In the event 25 candidates received the sacrament of confirmation Twenty Five from Pwani University and five from The technical University of Mombasa.

The chairman of the leaders of the inter-college Y.Cs was among the candidates of confirmation he expressed his joy by confessing that when he joined the university he had only acquired one sacrament of baptism but two years back he was prepared for Eucharist and now confirmed he further advised his fellow students to work not only on their academics but also spirituality.

Attending the function was the youth chaplain Fr Stephen Anjeru popularly known as Katembo, Fr Anthony Ngawatu the chaplain of Pwani University and Archdiocean youth Cordinator Brother John Nderitu.



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