The Kenya Flower Council and Kenya Road Safety network ambassador DJ Pierra Makena lit up the faces of spinal injury patients by donating flowers to them. This took place the week proceeding Valentine’s Day last week. The flowers were donated by Magana Flowers through KFC.
Speaking to KFC, Gathoni Mungai, Director For Strategy-Magana Flowers Kenya Limited, said “Magana Flowers is always happy to see smiles on faces especially of those who are hurting. We will continue supporting KFC in this and other noble activities in future.”
KFC’s Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Jane Ngige, in a thank you note said,
“KFC takes this opportunity to sincerely thank you for donating the flowers that were given to patients at the National Injury Hospital. We remain grateful for your continued support with which we have made great strides as an industry. We look forward to our continued fruitful relationship.”
One of the beneficiaries of the gesture, Mrs. Margaret Njeri said,
“It is not all the time that we get generous guests like you. Despite the pain I am going through I am so elated with these flowers and I feel part of the wider community that is celebrating Valentine’s Day! God Bless you.”
KFC and members of the Kenya Road Safety undertake to reach out to hurting members of our society every Valentine. This is to make them feel part and parcel of Valentine celebration and know that there are people out there who are standing by and with them during their predicaments and wishing them quick recovery.