The Bagarmossen Church, officially known as “The Outreach Ministries” has not been closed down but just relocated. According to Mr. Githuku wa Muirani, a leading member of the Ministry, they had to relocate because the venue where they had been fellowshipping belonged to the Swedish Church which wanted to use it for other purposes.
“We were given notice more than six months ago and we have been looking for a new place to fellowship”, Mr. Muirani told KSB. He said that their relocation to Kärtorp was temporary, adding that he was confident that God will guide them to get a new venue.
He said that it was important that he clarify the matter after news went out at KSB that the Ministry had been closed down. He regretted the news and assured followers that the Ministry is up and alive. He appealed to Kenyans to join the Church so that they could worship together.
Mr. Muirani also appealed to Kenyans to love one another, to live in peace and to resist temptations. He wished Kenyans a Happy and prosperous New Year.
Artist Albert Taabu, who lost his Father last year, has thanked all friends and well wishers who came to support him during a moment of tragedy, shock and deep sorrow to the entire family.
In a message sent to KSB, Taabu said: “I would like to say thank you very much to everyone who supported me and who gave strength to my family following the demise of our beloved father”.
“For those who attended the Prayer meeting and those who could not due to circumstances, I know we were together and united by heart during a moment of grief”, he said.
The Kenyan Artist also thanked friends in Denmark, Italy, Greece, United States and Kenya for the one heart of brother and sisterhood the family witnessed during the difficult and trying moment. “Thanks again and may the All-mighty God bless you all”, he said.
KSB takes this opportunity to welcome Taabu back to Stockholm following his trip to Kenya as the family continues to cope with this great loss.