The time was eleven in the morning; Thursday 9th may 2013, when the SPU mission team set out to Narok- a distance of 143 kilometers from the university. The mission organized by the chaplaincy depart.
Having spent the better part of the day travelling and only making one stop over at the A.C.K St. Luke’s church in Narok, picking up some few ‘weapons’ for the spiritual battle, the missioners arrived at Erupata at 6.30 pm. The Maasai community is known for its warmth and hospitability; the manner in which the group was received tells it all; with song, dance and ululations.
The Centerfor Christian Muslim Relations (CCMRE) recently launched a book titled“Mapping Eastleigh for Christian-Muslim Relations” The Book will go a long way in fostering good relations between Christians and Muslims in the Eastleigh Region.
According to C.B Peter et al, Eastleigh Section One is laid out in “chess-board-like street pattern, intersected by 12 streets in east-west orientation”. The book shows that there is a contrasting diversity in the 12 streets with street one to five being less developed than streets six to 12.
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Last Semester’s exams results from the faculty of Social Sciences and the faculty of Business and communication have been released. The results from the Faculty of Theology will be released later. To access the results, Students should log in to their student portals. Those who need printed results slip should apply at the Registry office at their respective campus.
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