There was pomp and colour at the Free Pentecostal Fellowship in Kenya Church, old Kitengela on Sunday when top performing students were awarded prizes.
FPFK Youth Leader Daniel Kanchori feed best performing students with cakes.
The students awarded several prizes did well in their 2018 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examination.
The leader of the FPFK youth wing, Daniel Kanchori told KNU during the thanksgiving ceremony several graduates from various universities and who are members of the Church were also given prizes.
“We did this as a Church to motivate the youth so they can strive to do better in future for themselves and the societies they come from. We nature them spiritually and academically as well,” said Kanchori.
The Church’s Senior Pastor Rev. David Solonka told the youths to be role models for the rest in society.
“With a strong foundation based on Christian teachings and beliefs, our youth can prosper in their endevours. We want our children to be guided by the word of God and become respected people in society,” said Solonka.
He wished Kenyans across the country a prosperous year ahead and to remember the God they worship in whatever they do.