Eastern Region – Antony Kathendu
The Kitui main prison has 470 prisoners, while in the women’s wing there are 20 inmates with four children. Antony conducts various programs at the women’s wing every Monday and does the same at the main prison on Tuesdays.
On 6 September, Antony spent time encouraging the women inmates in fellowship, a routine practice he does every month. On 7 September, Antony visited the main prison. Five prisoners became Christians as a result of what Anthony shared during the service. Antony also managed to form a group discussion with women on 13 September, to help towards spiritual maturity. Antony also conducts Bible study classes at Kitui main prison and on 14 September he held a session for interested prisoners.
Kelvin and his family donated a TV set to Kitui prison for prisoners through Madam Solomon.
Rift Valley Region – Lawrence Kirui
Ex-Prisoner Support Groups
Lawrence and the Deputy Probation Officer in Bomet, Madam Soi, attended a group meeting on 3 August to give guidance on some matters of concern. Between 10 and 24 August, Lawrence visited a number of beneficiaries, to assist them with their reintegration progress, including Gibson Rono of Mugango; Daniel Langat of Olbutyo; and Ernest Ngetich of Silibwet.
On 23 September, Lawrence visited Bomet prison where, with the assistance of the chaplain, he offered counselling to five prisoners who had requested.