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First Lady Margaret Kenyatta pledges to continue supporting disadvantaged groups in the country

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First Lady Margaret Kenyatta makes her remarks during a gifts presentation ceremony by Precious Blood Children’s Family from Kawangware and the Korogocho based Ghetto Classics in Nairobi County at State House, Nairobi in recognition of her service to marginalized groups in the country.

NAIROBI, 19th July 2022, [PSCU] – First Laďy Margaret Kenyatta today promised to continue with the work of supporting disadvantaged groups in the country even beyond President Kenyatta’s tenure.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta makes her remarks during a gifts presentation ceremony by Precious Blood Children’s Family from Kawangware and the Korogocho based Ghetto Classics in Nairobi County at State House, Nairobi in recognition of her service to marginalized groups in the country.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta chats with Sr. Anne Grace Njau of the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood who led a delegation of the Precious Blood Children’s Family during a gifts presentation ceremony at State House, Nairobi in recognition of Her Excellency’s service to marginalized groups in the country.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta with the ghetto classics, during a gifts presentation ceremony at State House Nairobi. Present also include Elizabeth Njoroge, Founder and Executive Director of the Ghetto Classics, Ghetto Classic trustees Rachel Mbai, Esther Koimett and Julius Kipng’etich .

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta chats with Sr. Anne Grace Njau of the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood who led a delegation of the Precious Blood Children’s Family during a gifts presentation ceremony at State House, Nairobi in recognition of Her Excellency’s service to marginalized groups in the country.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta with the ghetto classics, during a gifts presentation ceremony at State House Nairobi. Present also include Elizabeth Njoroge, Founder and Executive Director of the Ghetto Classics, Ghetto Classic trustees Rachel Mbai, Esther Koimett and Julius Kipng’etich .

The First Lady who spoke on Tuesday at State House, Nairobi when she received delegations from Precious Blood Children’s Family from Kawangware and Ghetto Classics, a music group from Korogocho slums in Nairobi City said although President Kenyatta’s tenure will soon come to an end, she would still be there for the less fortunate in this country.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta with the ghetto classics, during a gifts presentation ceremony at State House Nairobi. Present also include Elizabeth Njoroge, Founder and Executive Director of the Ghetto Classics, Ghetto Classic trustees Rachel Mbai, Esther Koimett and Julius Kipng’etich .

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta when she handed over a bus donation to the Ghetto Classics during a gifts presentation ceremony at State House, Nairobi. 

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta when she handed over a bus donation to the Ghetto Classics during a gifts presentation ceremony at State House, Nairobi. 

“I just want to say thank you to old friends and new ones. I just want to thank you for the love…am just overwhelmed and I shall continue being your Patron,” the First Lady told members of the Ghetto Classics, for which she has been the Patron.

 

“I shall begin again working with the Precious Blood Children’s Family. I will be there for you. Although we shall be out of this house, I want to assure of that,” the First Ĺady told members of Precious Blood Children’s Family.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta hands over bus keys to Elizabeth Njoroge, Founder and Executive Director of the Ghetto Classics when she donated a bus to the Korogocho based classical music group during a gifts presentation ceremony at State House, Nairobi. 

Precious Blood Children’s Family which was founded by the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood 28 years ago supports children rescued from streets of Kawangware and surrounding slums and rehabilitates them as well as giving them a decent living and education.

 

Ghetto Classics is the flagship community programme of the Art of Music Foundation established in 2007 that involves over 500 children and youths in Korogocho slums and which seeks to change their socio-economic lives through music.

 

During the ceremony, the two groups presented First Lady Margaret Kenyatta with presents in recognition for her excellent service to marginalized groups in the country.

 

Speaking during the event, the Director of Precious Blood Children’s Family Sister Anne Grace and Ghetto Classics Founder and Executive Director Elizabeth Njoroge thanked the First Lady for her tireless and exemplary support to the two organizations.

 

The ceremony was attended by scores of children and youths from the two organizations as well as senior officials of the two organizations.

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