By Honore Onana Olah
If you are a Jesuit or a Jesuit collaborator and you are traveling through Nairobi (Kenya), do not miss that opportunity to visit also Africama House, located in Karen on the outskirts of Nairobi, where Jesuit (Frs) Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator SJ, President of Jesuit Conference of Africa and Madagascar (JCAM), Anyeh-Zamcho SJ, Socius of JCAM, Paul Hamill SJ, Treasurer of JCAM and JDO Director, and Charles Chilufya SJ, Social Apostolate Coordinator and Director JENA, reside.
You will be pleasantly surprised by what you will find there. As a work in progress, there is indeed the new and future great building for the Jesuits and their collaborators for the mission of Christ. A work combining ecology and simplicity, following the spirit of the Jesuits, the sons of St. Ignatius of Loyola, for the greater glory of God (Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam).
The Sociis of Africa shared on Saturday 5th in this great and amazing experience during their meeting from 3-6 of May in Nairobi, Kenya.
Fr. Chikere Ugwuanyi SJ, outgoing Socius of Jesuits North-West Africa Province (ANW) shares on his experience and his thoughts about the ecological work still under construction, in an interview with Honore Onana Olah.