The Sunday of legacy

Mp Hon Wilson Kogo shaking hands with Bishop Eli Rop

“Saving the lost souls is my yearning and the co-reason as to why I came up with the idea of launching Sauti Ya Rehema radio and television station twenty two years ago,” said the chief executive officer Bishop Doctor Eli Rop during the most memorable day, “fans day” that was attended among others the member of parliament for Chesumei constituency Hon Wilson Kogo and the North Rift president of Seventh Day Adventist churches Pastor Christopher Misoi.

The colorful event that attracted hundreds of people from different corners of the country was held at AIC Kolonget-Ndalat area, Nandi county  on 27th March 2022, achieved its purpose as tenths of people gave their lives to Christ hence fulfilling the mission of the vision career Bishop Eli.

The event was choreographed to suit the grievances of the attendees, who perhaps showered praises to radio and television presenters for unleashing the best for the ear and eyes.

This charming and encouraging applause overwhelmed Dr Eli Rop who promised to shorten the gap between Sayare and fans by arranging more events in different counties within our reach. According to Dr Rop the laxity that was witnessed before is transient.

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