Bishop Samuel visits UK

Bishop Samuel Muya is currently visiting the UK to raise awareness of an exciting new project at the home.

The plan is to build a processing pant to bottle and sell the water from the borehole. The water is of very good quality and will only need minimum processing to meet the government standards. The factory that produces the best mineral water in the country is only a few miles from the home and shares the same aquifier, so the prospects are very good. If the water can be bottled and sold, this will go a very long way to making the home self-sufficient and free from relying on donations from the UK.

The cost of building the plant is estimated to be about £22,000 of which £4,000 will be for the processing equipment, and the rest for the building, storage tanks and other necessary items.