Royal Media Service Boss S.K Macharia has wowed Kenyans over the gift he gave to Murang'a County people during the Christmas celebrations.
The Media Mogul and his vice George Macharia, officially handed over a newly built church to the faithful of the African Christian Church and Schools (ACCS) in Ndakaini, Murang'a County.
The church which has been under construction for the last one year finally got finished and became ready for use. It was opened by ACCS Moderator Jeremiah Ngumo in the presence of Macharia his wife and Nominated Senator Betty Montet.
Royal Media Service Chairman SK Macharia. Photo/Courtesy.
While handing over the Church, Macharia revealed that it was through the Murang'a people that he managed to succeed in life explaining how the people of Murang'a came to his rescue when his father could not raise money for His Ticket to the United States Of America for further studies.
The Gesture has been lauded by a number of Kenyans who were quick to comment on the update. Majority noted that his gift was is the best one an individual can give to his community. Below are some comments;
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