31 Inmates Give Their Lives to Christ in Kitale Main Prison

A total of 31 inmates gave their lives to Christ. The prisoners surrendered to Christ during Imani & Bethel Church visitation. After preaching an alter call was made and many gave their lives at the prison’s chapel. The visit was organized by Imani ministries in conjunction with Bethel  Church, Kitale.

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Imani Radio is a partner ministry of Faith Radio in the U.S.A. It was established on 4th May 2005, the first transmission from Imani radio in Kenya hit the airwaves across the north rift western Kenya. Our mission  isto make disciples of all nations and to see people saved, healed, set free, equipped, empowered and serving. 

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