Celebrating the achievement of Akorino role model youth in America
Today’s Diaspora radio program on Sayare/ATG radio network will feature Akorino role model young adults in Dallas Texas.The well accomplished scholar duo of David Waigwa Wachira and Elizabeth Wanjiku Wachira are daughter and son of Prof,Solomon Waigwa of Texas.You can listen online today at 11.00 pm et,10.00 ct and 8.00 pm pt at http://www.atgradiokenya.com/ or http://www.sayarertv.org/radio/
DAVID WAIGWA WACHIRA
David Wachira from Nyahururu, Kenya is 28 years old. He just completed his Ph.D. in Public Administration with an emphasis in Public Finance and Public Policy. Currently,he is a professor of history at Wiley College ( His father is the Chair of the Department of Religion and Philosophy at the same university).He has been offered a position with the World Bank as a Public Sector Economist beginning September this year. God has given him the desire of his heart because he prayed and worked towards working for the World Bank or such an international agency.
ELIZABETH WANJIKU WACHIRA
Elizabeth Wachira is pursuing a PhD in Public Health at Texas Woman’s University.Elizabeth is thankful to God and savior for His love and blessings in her life. Without God,she says that she would not be the lady she is today. God and her family are the very essence of who she is.She is a full time student working towards a Doctoral degree in health studies with the hope of working with non-profit organizations dealing with health promotion and education. As a visionary and believer that God can do exceedingly above all we can ask or even imagine, she dreams to work for the World health organization in their population health department in sub Saharan Africa and home (Kenya). Although working towards a career, she is a firm believer that the talents and skills you have and acquire should not be limited to the career field but can and should be used for God in ministry. She is a youth director at her church and have been blessed to use her God given talents to grow the kingdom and strengthen the body of Christ.
She exhort the youth of Kenya to dive in and lose themselves in God; seeking to live and please Him in faith and deed. Let no man despise your youth, but even now, let us rise up and cultivate our talents and serve God!