The fair was organized to celebrate the company’s successes in recent years.
In 2020 and 2021, the pandemic brought a lot of uncertainty and even sadness for many people and companies, which is a thank you screams those who stayed stable.
The Friday service was the second Thanksgiving Mass held by NMG amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
“We thank God he’s at us 2021. The last two years have been very tough years. It is good to start the year with prayer. In 2021 we all did well because we work together as a team, “said Mr. Gitagama.
Quoting Luke 17: 11-19, Mr. Gitagama urged everyone to be grateful and work as a team.
“Last year we worked as a team and the results were good. We need each other more than ever this year, and we pray that we can win this year so that we may meet in 2023 BC Gather together to give thanks. “
The deacon of the Basilica of the Holy Family Joseph Michuki said it was good to thank the Lord for everything.
” There are three components to a grateful person . He can remember where the Lord has led him, can see that it has taken the Lord, and they are able to reciprocate. We pledge that this year will be a good year. “
NMG Executive Editor Pamela Sittoni emphasized the need to say thank you at all times, both on a personal and corporate level.
” This Year is especially important, it is a time when we are pushed to do the right thing. Let’s pray that the media will have wisdom during this campaign phase, “she said.
” We faced so many challenges in 2020 and 2021, but the staff kept going. We’ll be doing more teamwork enhancement activities this year, “said Jane Muiruri, Human Resources Director at NMG.
Churchill Otieno, Head of Development and Learning at NMG, said it was time to talk about reflect on the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead of us.
“This is a moment to thank you for a very strong year that we had despite the challenges. We had a moment to plan new ways of doing things. We also have time to reflect on our purpose as an organization, “said Otieno.
Last year the company also held a similar Thanksgiving Mass in the same church.