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KQ staff seek divine intervention to save troubled carrier – VIDEO

By BONIFACE NYAGA November 28th, 2016 1 min read

Prayers are not exactly listed as a certified business strategy but when all else fails I guess praying for your company is not such a bad idea.

With Downsizing and layoffs becoming so rampart in today’s job market, companies need all the help they can get to stay afloat.

It is in the same light that Kenya Airways staff went to Nigerian artiste Sinach’s concert in Nairobi to seek divine intervention to save their company and their jobs.

Kenya Airways were the proud transport partner to the praise fest that was headlined by Sinach. During the event, their staff took the chance to ask for prayers on national television.


We spoke to Victoria Nuru, chairlady of the Kenya Airways Christian fellowship, on the sidelines of the show. She explained that this is part of an ongoing effort to save the company.

The group has been holding monthly prayer sessions for a while now, and even enlisted the help of popular gospel artiste.

“There are many companies that are struggling out there, and people are so worried about what the future holds. I want to encourage people that they can turn to the comfort of prayer during these tough times. Prayers work, we have seen it turn around our company,” she said.

To those who may have lost their jobs in these tough times, Victoria had a message of hope.

“Being out there is not the end of life. God can turn things around for you so don’t lose hope,” is Victoria’s final word of hope.