Kakamega philanthropist now building houses for ex-inmates.

Jpseph Kinuthia at Kakamega GK Prisons during one of his visits to support the inmates[Photos/Source/Kinuthia].

Kakamega-based philanthropist and founder of Broken Chains Ministry Joseph Kinuthia is putting up a home in Kimilili Bungoma for ex-prisoners.

The halfway built home is expected to house 40 ex-inmates according to Mr. Kinuthia who has also been involved in other philanthropic activities in Kakamega County.

He has been actively feeding street children, visiting orphanages and offering a leaning shoulder to less fortunate families in the area.

“I am appealing to to people to help me finish these houses in Mt. Elgon so that we can embark on the next activity. I don’t mind any help,” he told jihami public Outcry desk.

Kinuthia is a common name in Kakamega town due to his heart-touching activities all year round especially matters surrounding the poor and under-privillaged in the society. See a collection photos-

Joseph Kinjuthia with a disabled local recently[Photo/Source/Kinuthia].




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