Prayer service held ahead of reopening of schools

Archbishop Ole Sapit

A special prayer service ahead of the reopening of schools was held at the All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi, in which learners were challenged to re-focus on their school work.

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Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit presiding over the service urged learners to strive to compensate for the lost time even as he encouraged parents to ensure learners report to school.

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Sapit challenged learners expected to be back on Monday the  4th of January, to shift their minds back to school following a long absence.

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He pointed out young people face peer pressure, and have been exposed to social media gimmicks that could affect them once they resume school.

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During the prayers a Youth Empowerment and Development Network dubbed wholesome teen tour was also launched.

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The groups is expected to undertake school sensitization tours.

Learners who spoke to KBC reporter appeared upbeat about the return to school after months of being away.




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