Orphans and less fortunate pupils at Love and Hope Centre had joyous moment on Tuesday when a group of well wishers shared their happy Christmas with them.
Led by the director of Lake Nakuru Lodge, Joseph Muhia the group shared foodstuffs in their institution where he challenged politicians against fueling the country with hate as their main agenda adding that it would lead to post election violence.
Speaking at the Centre in Nakuru where he delivered goodies and Christmas gifts to the orphans, Mr.Muhia urged politicians to focus on helping the needy.
He urged members of the public not to be used by leaders in spreading hate adding that the main victims of the vice affected are always children.
Similar sentiments echoed by the founder of the Center Sister Patricia Sparte, who urged leaders to assist whichever way they can to uplift the welfare of the orphans who turn up at the facility daily.
The Sister who came to Kenya as a Missionary in 1997 to assist the needy said the number of orphans at the facility increased drastically after the post election violence in 2007.
The event was calumniated by a graduation party of one of the orphans Washington Owino who attained a Bachelor in Education and Arts from Kenyatta University.
Owino applauded the center which supported him financially in pursuing his education adding that the facility has helped him in shaping him as a person.