“We have built Kenya over a long time, why should we destroy it in one day? Why?”
-Joseph Musyoka Nthenge
As we prepare to go to the elections in August, please remember that I like you am a Kenyan. Think about the effort that has been put in building this beautiful country. Think about you and me, our sleepless nights, our hard work under the scorching sun. Think about tomorrow, the future. Picture your dreams and aspirations.
The children of Wema Centre, pose with Teacher Joseph (Their Big Brother) as they aim to tell the whole country… Love is all we need, a hug is the greatest tool at this point in time.
Mr. Collins Majale A.K.A Colo
, of Bazokizo fame also joined the children and I as we expressed our love for Kenya preaching peace and love. We are one nation, Kenya is our motherland. #UNDUGU
The babies made sure they too took a pose for the selfie with Teacher Joseph. Same old message, #WeAreOne. Peace is what the children need.
We are one people, we are one nation, we are one Kenya. Let us all stand up as one in unity and say no to violence and hate, let us say no to division along tribal lines. Kenya is our motherland, together we stand, for peace.
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
|Join the peace caravan. Download Peace Coloring Pages. Spend time coloring the page with your child/family. Take photos of the finished page and of you working together, post the pictures on our facebook page with a peace message handwritten by your child at the bottom of the page.