President William Ruto has declared that the government of Kenya will allocate one acre of land to St John Ambulance-Kenya.
Speaking during the St John Ambulance Annual Inspection at the State House, Nairobi on Monday, President Ruto affirmed the government’s commitment to supporting the organization.
He also urged Kenyans of goodwill to contribute funds towards the construction of a facility for St John Ambulance-Kenya.
President Ruto emphasized the importance of collaboration between the government and St John Ambulance-Kenya, stating, “Now that we have a piece of land, let’s work together to see how we can build it.”
He further urged local and international agencies, as well as individuals, to partner with St John Ambulance-Kenya in their mission.
The President commended the organization for its commendable work in training young volunteers and highlighted the significance of their selfless service during emergency situations.