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Pomp and colour as Rev Dr Wambua is celebrated for service to Church and Humanity

A carnival mood on Saturday engulfed the Kyuso rural home of Dr. Rev. Euticauls Wambua in Kitui County as the clergyman celebrated his Silver Jubilee as the founder and pioneer head of the Lucky Summer Baptist Chapel in Nairobi.
Rev. Dr. Euticauls Wambua  and his wife Jane receive a gift of a goat from students from Perry-Jayne Girls Secondary School in Kithyoko in Machakos County.|MWINGI TIMES

There was pomp, dance and colour at the thanksgiving event as hundreds of faithful from the Baptist Chapel and other parts of Kenya who thronged Dr. Wambua's home at Kivusyani village in Kamuwongo division sang and danced hysterically in celebration. In recognition of his evangelising work, Dr. Wambua was showered with a myriad of gifts by faithful, friends and well-wishers from all walks of life. 

Delivering a sermon, Bishop Sylvester Wanjira of the Kasarani Baptist Church in Nairobi described Dr. Wambua as a cleric with a big dream and vision for the Baptist Chapel Church since he launched it from scratch 25 years ago.
He hailed the churchman as a foresighted founder and pioneer minister of the church which he has served with zeal and dedication over the years. 
Bishop Sylvester Wanjira hugs Rev. Dr. Euticauls Wambua during the thanks giving celebration at the latter's Kivusyani village home in Kyuso area in Kitui county on Saturday.|MWINGI TIMES

He said it was in order to celebrate his selfless efforts in building the Church and service to humanity. "We are here to celebrate our spiritual mentor, dad and a connector. He has connected many.
He is a man with a big vision and dream for the Baptist Chapel," he said of Dr. Wambua.

"Let us always celebrate achievers and those who serve with dedication while they are still alive and not to wait until they rest to pour praises on them when the cannot hear," said Bishop Wanjira.

As he stressed the need to honour people while alive, he said he hoped that his faithful at the Kasarani Church which he had served for 25 years will also throw a bash to celebrate him sooner than later.


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