If you frequently visit social media pages you must have come across pastor Ben Kiengei at some point. He is a social media influencer and a pastor who is well grounded to be distracted by neysayers. Pastor Ben is well reknown through his charity works of helping the less fortunate in the society especially the poor.
Some hours ago, he posted on his Facebook official page talking about a lady who has come out supporting his charity work leaving him grateful. According to pastor Ben, he said that he is very humbled after the lady by the name Damaris gave him twenty five bales of Maize flour to top up the budget to feed the elderly, orphans, widows, widowers and the disabled in the society.
He went ahead and asked God of heaven and earth to bless her, keep her and uphold her. He concluded by saying such type of people it's only heavenly God who can deal with them urging God to never forget her act of charity. Let's appreciate those who stand with the poor in the society. According to you kenyans, what is your view on this kind of charity? Let's meet in the comments section and talk about this.
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