Rev.DR Timothy Murere Njoya retired Minister of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa with Rev.DR Mumbui Karimi Pastor at NEEMA PCEA Church,Lowell Massachusetts: Photos: Sam Mwaura/Samrack Media
Mr Kibai Gikuyu Chairman of the Kenyan Fathers in the Diaspora illustrates a Key point as Rev Dr. Timothy Njoya looks on. Photos: Sam Mwaura/Samrack Media
Open Forum with Rev. Dr. Timothy Njoya:The State of the Kenyan Nation Sunday March 1, 2015 @ PCEA NEEMA CHURCH 450 Chelmsford St,Lowell,MA A renowned Reverend, Timothy Njoya was cornered and brutally beaten by Kenyan riot police during demonstrations for a new constitution. Clearly the police went way overboard! An advocate for change and justice, a tireless voice for gender equity, and a devoted Christian.
Dr. Timothy Njoya is one of the most influential and active advocates for human rights in Kenya. For more than two decades, he has been fearlessly challenging the corruption and violence within Kenyan politics, demanding multi-party elections since former President Moi’s regime. Faced.`
Mrs Josephine Chege ,Rev.Dr Timothy Njoya and Baba Jack :Photo By: Sam Mwaura/Samrack Media
Photo: Sam Mwaura/Samrack Media
The Executive Director of Makini Schools Kenya Dr Mary Okello(Center) In black and red poses for a group photo at NEEMA PCEA Church
J.N Kariuki of Jambo Radio Network(JRN) does some sit ups with Rev.Dr Timothy Njoya: Photo: Sam Mwaura/Samrack Media