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The "Daughters of Faith" Conference Ends on a Note of Solemnity and Hope

The powerful "Daughters of Faith" conference at Kabarak University concluded with a poignant mix of emotions. The three-day event, filled with spiritual upliftment and the joy of sisterhood, culminated in a closing ceremony marked by a somber message from Vice Chancellor, Professor Henry Kiplangat.

Professor Kiplangat extended heartfelt condolences to the families who had tragically lost loved ones in the recent plane crash in Elgeiyo Marakwet County. The crash, which claimed the life of CDF Ogolla, cast a shadow over the nation. In his remarks, the VC acknowledged the profound grief these families were enduring.

Professor Kiplangat's message, however, did not dwell solely on sorrow. He also offered his unwavering support to President H.E Dr. William Samoei Ruto during this difficult time for the nation. He expressed his hope that the President would find strength in the face of such a national tragedy.

The Vice Chancellor's act of condolence served as a powerful reminder of the resilience of the human spirit. Even amidst the celebratory atmosphere of the conference, the Kabarak University community paused to acknowledge the pain of others and offer solace in their time of need.

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