Sunday, December 19, 2010
TO ALL IRISH PEOPLE,
Hallo all of you!!!!! "This is from Migombani, in Mombasa, Kenya"
Well, it has been quite some time since we communicated with you.
First, I would like to take this opportunity to honour our Heavenly
Father for the gift of time, and each and every second of life that
'HE' gives All of us its sure precious and profound.
We the Migombani Christians thank the LORD for you all Irish people and especially those who shared their precious time and resources in making the Polytechnic what it is today.
Particularly, we recognise your exemplary executive team who work tirelessly to make your dreams of assisting the needy in Africa come true.
A BIG THANK YOU, to you all, you are all great people with good hearts, you mean so much to us.
Now, I believe many of you have been wondering what became of the polytechnic that you generously build for us. All has been well and we have worked tirelessly in conjunction with our Parish Priests Fr. Sean, Fr. Fred and of course the overall Fr. Martin Keane. I want to break the ice by informing you that, the Principal is in place at the Polytechnic and he is doing a fantastic job with 30 students now training for Information Technology (I.T) it is so wonderful that it is all systems go studying computers at the Polytechnic.
Currently, we are recruiting a qualified Tailoring/Dress making
Instructor / Teacher and we have received a few applications. We have
Done many adverts for same and it is our hope that, the tailoring
(Diploma course) kicks up after Christmas holidays because of the many
Students who are enquiring on the start date for Tailoring/Dress making course. The plan is that, when the tailoring students are in place, they will
Start by preparing the order sheets, mattress covers and school uniforms for the school for the blind. It will be a very busy time for all those who will be involved. This really lifts out spirits to remember that were it not for your generosity towards the Migombani Community at large, this could not have happened. I feel obliged to say once again THANKS A MILLION DEAR FRIENDS.
After that brief note, it is our sincere hope and prayer that the
LORD ALMIGHTY will continue being faithful to all of you and will enable you to come back for your second PROJECT at the school for the blind. Can’t wait to see you all once again! The re-union will definitely have a good impact because this time round most of us will meet some familiar faces.
God bless you very much and more so May the LORD bless the work of your hands.
On behalf of Migombani Christians,