Kenya Anglican Youth Organization (KAYO), will on 14th August 2012 celebrate the Golden Jubilee to mark the 50th anniversary since it was started in 1962 by the late Bishop Obadiah Kariuki.
The celebrations will be held during the annual KAYO conference to be held at Senior Chief Koinange Girls' High School in Kiambu from 13th to 18th August 2012.
During the celebrations, Wajibika Initiative, a civic campaign programme will be launched aimed at mobilizing one million youth across Kenya to register as voters and cast their votes in the coming General Elections. Focused youth trainings and civic education is ongoing in a number of dioceses. This aims at empowering them to elect capable and trustworthy leaders who will contribute to the growth of our country pegged on the reform agenda that the ACK supports.
The conference projects to host at least 1,500 Anglican youth from across the nation majority of whom are aged between 18 and 28 years old.
Article from: Anglican Church of Kenya