Kenyan Diaspora Honored in Ireland for good work in the community

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Bishop Amos Ngugi, 5th from left holding Certificate of his Award By Louth County Council For His Good Work to The Community In Rep of Ireland.

Bishop Amos Ngugi Award By Louth County Council For His Good Work to The Community In Rep of Ireland: Bishop Amos Ngugi founder of Acts of Compassion Ministries was selected to be honoured by Louth City Council for the good I have been doing here in Rep of Ireland. It was a Big honor for me because I didn’t know that some one is thinking to honor me.

As the only an African person selected for the award on that day, I was very proud of that. I am holding an Irish Passport because of common good grounds. I want to encourage people to continue doing good as per Galatians 6:9 which says, “Let us not become weary in doing good”.

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