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Nsewa Children Ministries Cheers Kids With Albinism

Nsewa Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Church children ministries on Sabbath, October 10, 2020 visited Eneles Kambanga who has two kids with albinism and shared with them the word of God and assorted items.

Speaking after handing over the items, Children ministries leader Physon Kachiwala said they decided to visit them and share with them the word of God and few items because the kids are like any other children and they need to be shown love and care like everyone.

Kachiwala added that since schools are reopening and we are in hot season, they thought it was important to provide some items that can protect them from sunlight.

"We have donated washing soap, bathing soap and lotion that protects them from sunlight.

This is also one way of teaching the little children to have a helping hand and when they are growing, they will still have the spirit of helping those in need," added Kachiwala.

Speaking after receiving the items, Eneles Kambanga a mother to the two kids said she meets a lot of challenges like lack of resources to take care of the kids. She pointed out that the items were timely.

"I never knew that a thing like this would happen to me. I am so thankful for the gesture done by these kids together with their leaders. I also thank Nsewa SDA Church for allowing this group to visit us today," she added.

Kambanga further said the items received will help her a long way and that for the mean time, she will not go to the hospital to receive some items for the children rather she will use what she has received.

She however lamented that she receives a lot of humiliation but she always thank God for giving her the kids. She therefore promised to continue taking care of them.

By Chikondi Basikolo



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