The ministry was invited to serve lunch (provided by the school) to about three hundred students of Neema Academy a school for the less-privileged located in the slum area of Nakuru. The founder and Principal of the school, Mrs. Pascaline Mutiso explained that the school was a vision she received to provide excellent education to children in the neighborhood, most of whom had parents addicted to alcohol and were absent from the homes.

The school also fed these children in school and most of them relied heavily on these school food for their nutritional needs. The ministry visited the school and was treated to excellent presentations from children of various ages ranging from kindergarten to grade levels. Today Evangelical Ministries team served lunch to all the students and the provided the children with snacks to go with their meals. The ministry later delivered bags of rice and beans to the school to assist in feeding the children. The founder testified, in tears, that these provisions will feed the children for two weeks. On Saturday, October 10, 2015 the team also ministered to widows and orphans at Bethel International Ministries (BIM) in Nakuru where 20 widows were encouraged and supported with financial gifts and about forty orphans were also ministered to and encouraged with snacks. BIM was founded by a Kenyan who currently resides in Houston Texas and is a member of our ministry, Minister Miriam Macharia. On the same day, the team ministered at a women’s conference were Dr Emeka Ozurumba and the three ladies in the team namely, Sisters Anthonia Uduma, Olo Abubakar and Joan Nwuli ministered and encouraged the women. Nakuru Kenya Missions trip was rounded up with a Sunday Service on October 11, 2015 at God of All Grace Church, Tengwa, Nakuru. Dr. Emeka ministered on ‘A DAY OF AWAKENING TO SELF EXAMINATION’. The senior pastor of the church, Bishop George Mwene had attended the conference and had in his congregation a member who had a revelation of the ministration and visit of Dr. Emeka Ozurumba, even before the bishop was aware of the conference. The Bishop received from the ministry eleven copies each of the books – “Two keys to the Kingdom of God’ and ‘Sanctity of Marriage’.