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Capital FM Mercy Train Rolls On

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The first two phases of the Capital FM Mercy Train have been a great success. Thank you for your overwhelming support.

The second leg will be heading to the western side of Kenya to feed our brothers and sisters who are still in need of food. We therefore still need your help in terms of food and cash donations. Drop off any food items at any Tuskys Supermaket across the country.

You can also deposit your cash or cheque donations to the mercy train account at any Kenya Commercial Bank branch across the nation. Be a part of the mercy train and help feed our brothers and sisters.

This is an initiative of the Capital FM, the Standard Group, Tuskys Supermaket, Kenya Railways, KCB, Rift Valley railways and the Kenya Red Cross.

Under M-pesa, go to pay bill, when asked for business number, enter 10000, when asked for account number leave blank. Enter the amount, enter your pin, confirm all details are correct and press ok and you will receive a confirmation sms that indicates payment to the Kenya Red Cross.

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