Against all odds, he proved to be bold and courageous. He has triumphed in the test of time, unshaken by winds that blow and lightning that struck.
Having organized the #TwendeniTeule campaign that saw him rally five different brands around Loitokitok (Wazoeffu, SilomArt, Mamboleo Sounds, Loitokitok Website and the Kwetu Ni Loitokitok) this man has seen the successful visit to Teule Children’s Home in Loitokitok that turned to be the biggest CSR event ever held. The youth, women groups and the elderly turned out in numbers to support the event.
As if that was just a start, Njehia powerfully advocated for the fee payment of the needy Sipala, the boy who scooped a whopping 379 marks but could not afford admission at the Oloitokitok Boys Secondary School. This has seen the youth, the elderly, associations and the general public gear towards the fee payment that has been so successful as Sipala is now admitted to the school with full shopping and other needs fulfilled. He was featured by the Kajiado County Press for this story.
Njehia, using his Facebook timeline, advocates for good e.g. creating awareness, passing helpful information e.g. the recent supply of wheelchairs for children etc. Njehia works at the Naekana offices. He is authoritative, displaying concrete leadership skills and a mover of masses. Should we have a number of like minded Njehias, I believe then Loitokitok would be more than a place to be.
And this guy has mad fans too