Have you ever realized that children of the same parents share many similarities and a million of differences too? It is quite obvious that in one family, there could be a pilot, a doctor, teacher or even a farmer and the list continues. Now the question is, “Why are they not all doctors or teachers or farmers?” Surely, how would our world be, if all people were only doctors or only farmers e.t.c.

Loreto Cultural Day 2014 focused on these truths and thus the theme “UNITY IN DIVERSITY” was well suited for this 4th edition in our school. Back from the planning, preparation and on the actual day, the spirit of collaboration and not competition prevailed.  Parents and teachers joined hands at all levels and our pupils' dynamism really played a pivot role in enhancing the good success that we witnessed this year.

Hon. Njaramaba, the Cabinet Secretary of Agriculture and Livestock, Mombasa County Government, parents and other distinguished guests who joined us could not hold their joy and excitement aroused by the splendid performances of our participants. These year's events included display of African artifacts and traditional foods of various regions of Kenya, presentation of cultural music and dance and the attractive African fashion show took us to the climax. Let me not forget to mention the G-clef Sakata troupe for adding flavor in our program and of cause the serving of the 10.00am sweet team from the Global Tea and Commodities Limited.

My sincere gratitude goes to the school management and the PTA for backing-up this event. Many thanks to our beloved parents and teachers for the planning and organization and to our gifted young ones for allowing God to use them in displaying their uniqueness.

I conclude by appealing to all people to remain united and embrace the spirit of togetherness. You cannot live in this world alone; you need to stretch out your hands to touch other people's lives and allow others to touch yours too with their giftedness.


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