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Kenyan students hold prayers

By Vision Reporter

Added 11th October 2007 03:00 AM

KENYAN students studying in Ugandan universities should shun drugs, alcoholism and sexual immorality, a Nairobi-based pastor has advised.

KENYAN students studying in Ugandan universities should shun drugs, alcoholism and sexual immorality, a Nairobi-based pastor has advised.

By Francis Emorut

KENYAN students studying in Ugandan universities should shun drugs, alcoholism and sexual immorality, a Nairobi-based pastor has advised.

Pastor Joseph Mwangi told the students on Tuesday that avoiding the vices was the only sure way of securing their futures. Speaking at a national prayer day for Kenyans living in Uganda at St. Francis Students’ Centre in Makerere University, Mwangi said Kenya would only develop if the students also avoided corruption.

The event, organised by the Makerere University Kenyan Students Association, was aimed at sensitising students on the dangers of drugs for which they have been blamed.

The association president, Dismas Musebe, said the prayers were also meant for the souls of seven Kenyan students who died at the university and the Kenyan presidential elections due in December.

Kenyan students hold prayers

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