It is good to remember the less fortunate in the society and upgrade their lives.The Kenya defence forces constructed a Palatial home for a Widow of former KDF soldier who lost her life in Kabatini, Bahati Nakuru county.
The widow received keys to her newly constructed house Courtesy of an inside Millitary organisation known as Millitary Wives of Kenya through a colourful event organized by the men in uniform.
During the hand over event,the chairperson of this organisation Tabitha kibochi,noted that the husband died leaving her with a young child and she was staying in house which was not in good shape,and that is why Kdf took an initiative to upgrade her life.
Lieutenant Colonel Joshua Wanderi,who represented the Commander Engineers Brigade reaveled that the project started in April and by June the construction work was completed.He noted that they sourced for Labour and materials from KDF saving them 1.4 million.
Ms Wachira thank the Kenya defence forces,for coming to her aid and giving her family a better accomodation when she had lost hope in life.
The ceremony was attended by members of the military wives of Kenya organisation, friends and relatives of Ms Wachira.We thank the military for the hood work.
Source KDF social media pages.
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