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06/17/2024 Kenya (International Christian Concern) – Last August, al-Shabab militants ambushed Kaingu who was on his way to deliver goods to Lamu. He was cross-examined and killed as soon as the terrorists discovered he was a Christian.

“This was a great loss to us as a young family and we wished that he could be with us longer,” said his widow, Mary. “But we strongly believe that the Lord has His plans that cannot be thwarted. He does whatever glorifies him and what builds us in faith.”

Kaingu was a long-distance driver who used to take goods to different part of the Kenyan coast and known to be a trustworthy and dedicated worker.

“We have got no complains to God since He doesn’t sin. We have been praying for strength to cope with this loss and we are seeing Him answer our prayers. We thank you for the food aid and financial assistance you have given us.”

ICC provided Mary and her two daughters with clothing, rent, food, and money to start her own small business.

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