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At 8:58am on December 30, 2008, Johnstone Sikulu Wanjala said…
Dear Martina,
Thank you to join me and I hope we shall sharing more ideas and exchange programs to help our community at grassroots level.
At 9:37am on January 3, 2009, Johnstone Sikulu Wanjala said…
Thank you for your good comment. I also appeal to the name of the Lord to continue to uplift you and assist us.
At 12:55pm on January 4, 2009, Hans-Joachim KNOLL said…

I found you on a side from Mrs. JOHNSTONE. Is a very good men.
I hope, you are fine and healthy and send you the most cordial greetings.
I hope, we all find a good way for helping and for peace and freedom for all people and for all the creatures on this wonderful blue planet.
Wish yourself and your family a quite, peaceful and happy weekend and all the best for you.
YOUR Hans-Joachim KNOLL
At 2:30pm on January 6, 2009, Johnstone Sikulu Wanjala said…
Sigh of relief as organization offers IDPS .
Construction of housing boosted resettlement and integration of rival communities
When she hosted five Mps in her incomplete mud-walled house, I say belied the problems we has undergone following the violence that broke out after the last General election.Muthoni’s house at Chepkanga in Uasin Gishu and Trans Nzoia Districts was destroyed during the chaos, but she is a beneficiary of a housing programme for IDPs by International Organization for Migration (IOM) . it has constructed 300 two bedroomed housing units in Uasin Gishu.Though her permanent house was destroyed, she got one of the 100 semi –permanent housing units constructed by IOM and has since settled on her farm. During the visit by the MPs who are members of the Amani Forum, she did not have furniture , but she was happy a year of staying in a tent, she has shelter.
Two Bed-Roomed Houses.
The mother of seven told The Standard that living in a tent, one of the 100 semi-permanent housing units constructed by IOM and has since settled on her farm.. During the visit by the MPs whoa re members of the Amani Forum, she did not have furniture , but she was happy that after a year of staying in a tent , she has shelter.
Two Roomed Houses.
The mother of seven told The Standard that living in a tent was challenging.
“I have children and it was difficult playing my role during my stay at the Eldoret show ground, “She says. Muthoni stayed at the Eldoret showground and Chepkanga transitional camps for one year.
However, the dilapidated structures in her compound that was one her house and a disused borehole, serve as a reminder of what her home looked like before the violence.
Muthoni explains that she has started interacting with her neighbors and they have forgiven each other.“During the walling of my house, my neighbors assisted and we interacted and resolved to live in peace ,” she says. She says she is not bitter and is working on improving the relationship with her neighbours. Another beneficiary, Mr Peter Kuria Muraya, say the construction of he houses had enabled him to resettle on their land with his family.
“Living in the tent for the past year has been a challenge and the construction of the houses by IOM has given us hope,” he says. The IDPs moving back to their farms say they are committed to reconciling with their neighbors and forging ahead with development.
“Without peace there is little we can achieve. That is why we are working on improving our relations, “says Johnstone S. Wanjala. Those returning to their farms, however, lack basic household facilities. The violence also affected their sources of income and majorities are unable to fend for their families. “The main challenge we are experiencing is educating our children, especially those in secondary schools, “Said Johnstone
600 Houses
According to IOM field coordinator, Robert Odhiambo , the organization has helped build 700 houses. Mr. Odhiambo said the organization had built 100 units for families in Chepkanga, 140 in Bindura and 50families benefited in Ilula in Uasin GIshu District .Trans Nzoia, Mt.elgo and Lugari districts. “The beneficiaries of the housing units are identified by the community members. Though all IDPs were affected, we are assisting those who are neediest, “says Odhiambo.
He says the labour is locally generated in order to create income for the local and accelerate the integration of the affected people “The construction of the houses helped to reconcile the communities because during instances like walling, they worked as a team, “He says.
Odhiambo says the provision of shelter for the displaced people had played a key role in the resettlement and integration of people back to the communities. The Mps who visited the IDPs were Ekwe Ethuto (Chairman) Margaret Kamar (Treasurer) and members Peris Siman, Jeremaih Kioni and Erastus Mureith.
Genuine Reconciliation
Prof. Kamar , who is also the area MP ,says there should be genuine reconciliation and appealed to the elders and provincial administration to spearhead the efforts.
“People have lived together as neighbors for a long time and it is time to bury their differences, “she said. Mr. Ethuro said failure by the Government to pay the displaced Sh35, 000 had frustrated the resettlement.
He appealed to the people to co-exist peacefully and added that tic was shamefully for people to continue in tents.

At 11:50am on January 18, 2009, Johnstone Sikulu Wanjala said…
Dear All members of Sima CBO,
I kindly request you for prayers and assistance to support Kenyan Families for the hunger and starvation. I am sadly many children's eating shrubs and poisonious leave in their areas. I would like you to join me and help to them throug provide them food.
God bless you.
At 4:03pm on March 2, 2009, Hans-Joachim KNOLL said…

Hello FANNY !!!
I hope, you are fine and healthy and send you the most cordial greetings.
I wish you a peaceful and wunderful week and all the very best for you.
YOUR Hansi
At 3:17pm on March 6, 2009, Hans-Joachim KNOLL said…

Hello FANNY !!!
Send yourself the most cordial greetings and thynk me for your dear message. Hope, you do hygienically well and you had a succesful week.
With is also well it, only professionally there are some problems at the time. Crisis is known certain you the unmitigated bank and as it therefore looks with the world economy. Since I work in the automobile-industry, it is not so simple at the moment. But we will definitely survive also this and it will go upward again.
Now, the winter is finally almost past. It was very drily sufficiently long and we also had snow in this winter amply. I am now happy that it becomes finally warmer and is also the sun at the heaven already longer now. Power however more fun, if one can undertake something outside.
Wish yourself a quiet, relaxing and glad weekend as well as a succesful new week.
With the most cordaial greetings and I always think of you !!!
The dear God might guard you on all your ways and might guard !!!
YOUR Hans-Joachim KNOLL
At 10:56am on August 25, 2009, Johnstone Sikulu Wanjala said…
I appreciate for your commitment you and kindly I requested you to help and support these children urgently before of 9th Sept 2009 for the school fees without complete them will not sit the finally examination which will determine them to promote them.
We have the following children’s that needed school fees paid before above date are follows:-
1, Mourreen Nafula Sitatunga high school balance $150, she is form four aged 16yrs.
2, Shaline Majuma Lumino Benezer high school balance $120 form one aged 14
3, George Wafula Tumaini academy school balance $80 standard eight aged 11
4, Roy Kisaka Tumaini academy school balance $50 standard four aged 9
5, Oscar Simiyu Namwela hign school balance$ 120 form two aged 13
6, Silve Wafula Modern academy balance$50 standard three aged 6
And others until the 9th September 2009,
Also orphans needed to get relief food after crop failure. Orphans in Trans-Nzoia district we are requested set to receive relief food from well-wishers, friends and willing individuals like you to help the following items:
Needed 1,000 bags of maize, 200 bags of the beans, 200 bags of the rice and 200 bags of the carton of cooking fat needed dispatched to the area of the end of two to three weeks to safe school children to continue to learn without drop out to the school because of the starvation and hunger. Also apart from the orphans, the supplies would also be given to those suffering from HIV/AIDS. The area had poor harvests last season due to inadequate rains and also post election violence affected many families.
We shall appreciate if God talk to you and your friends do miracle and send to us for your contribution for any amount by western union before 9th. Sept. 2009 we shall be very happy and it is only God will answer you immediately.
Thanks a lot and wish you Peace, Force and Joy.
Johnstone Sikulu Wanjala.
At 4:00am on July 31, 2010, diana robson said…
hi martina
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At 4:54pm on May 3, 2011, jeniffer yak said…
My name isjeniffer, i saw your profile today and became interested in you,i will also like to know you the more,and i want you to send an e mail to my email address so , here is my e mail address( i believe we can move from here .
I am waiting . (Remeber that distance or colour does not matter but love matters alot in life) reply me with your email address .
Thanks Yours in love,

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