Monday, 20 Aug 2018

MMU, A24 Media visit Langata fire victims

MMU Ag. Registrar Administration Prof. Livingstone Ngoo (in Brown Suite), Registrar, Research and Innovation Mr. Cornelius Mutangili (in brown hat), A24 Media Production Manager Rose Moseti (left) together with other staff and students when they presented assorted food items to National Disaster Management Unit officials in aid of Langata’s Kijiji fire victims. The donations were received by NDMU’s Mr. Barsdley Nyange (in reflective jacket) and Head of Logistics Mr. Haron Kiptum (fourth left) at Ngei Primary School on Friday, 16th February, 2018. MMU Ag. Registrar Administration Prof. Livingstone Ngoo (in Brown Suite), Registrar, Research and Innovation Mr. Cornelius Mutangili (in brown hat), A24 Media Production Manager Rose Moseti (left) together with other staff and students when they presented assorted food items to National Disaster Management Unit officials in aid of Langata’s Kijiji fire victims. The donations were received by NDMU’s Mr. Barsdley Nyange (in reflective jacket) and Head of Logistics Mr. Haron Kiptum (fourth left) at Ngei Primary School on Friday, 16th February, 2018.

 

Multimedia University of Kenya, together with A24 Media, visited Langata Kijiji fire victims at Ngei Primary School to offer material and psychological support to the affected families on Friday, 16th February, 2018.


MMU and A24 Media visited the families with assorted food items to support and help them rebuild their lives after the fire tragedy.


While presenting the food items to the National Disaster Management Unit (NDMU), Multimedia University of Kenya Ag. Registrar Administration Prof. Livingstone Ngoo, said that the tragedy was unfortunate and worrying to all Kenyans.


“As members of Langata Constituency and your neighbors, we felt especially affected by the events and felt that it was our duty to visit and encourage you through this time,” said Prof. Ngoo while delivering a message of goodwill on behave of the MMU Vice Chancellor Amb. Prof. Festus Kaberia.


“We come to you with a messages of goodwill and love. We visit you, not only with material help but with psychological aid as well. We have counselors amongst us who are ready to lend a listening ear not just today but on other days as well,” he added.

 

The Vice Chancellor pledged the institution’s support throughout the healing process, until the affected families are fully resettled.

 

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MMU staff members and students pose for a group photo with Deputy Director and Communication NDMU Mr. Pius Masai at Ngei Primary School after visiting the Langata Kijiji fire victims on Friday, 16th February, 2018.


Deputy Director and Communication NDMU Pius Masai thanked the university and A24 Media for assistance saying the donations will help support the affected families.


Masai said that the NDMU is still in need of more humanitarian support and therefore appealed to corporate organizations to continue supporting the families until full recovery and resettlement process is complete.

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MMU staff and students present food items to National Disaster Management Unit Officials in aid of Langata Kijiji fire victims at Ngei Primary School on Friday, 16th February, 2018.


Also present was NDMU’s Mr. Barsdley Nyange, Head of Logistics Mr. Haron Kiptum, MMU’s Registrar, Research and Innovation Mr. Cornelius Mutangili, A24 Media Production Manager Rose Moseti among other staff and students.

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