By Odiwuor Opiyo
The sky spread like tanning leather on the beautiful day of February 18; a dim glow of an evening sun whitewashed in the darkening hue of oncoming rain. In some places, it was like burnished copper; in some, gun-metal grey. A long convoy wound slowly as on-lookers marvelled at the length of it. The convoy was moving from Mumias town towards Wetoya, the border of Kakamega and Bungoma dioceses.
Waiting at Wetoya was St. Peter’s Seminary – Mukumu brass band, amidst the multitude of people lined on both side of the road. The young boys of valour devoted to giving an ode to the service of Monsignor Kadima for the years he worked as a rector at the institution. The faithful of Bungoma Diocese waited eagerly for their Bishop-elect to arrive, singing < Readmore >