I want to express my deepest regret to learn that a former Diguna ( Die Gute Nachrichten) camper, Mr Ezra Ayienga of Toronto has been writing to all former Diguna members and many other people requesting for money.
His claims to be in good relation with all former Diguna members are not true, and if you have received emails from Ayienga requesting money, do not sent. Diguna people have their roots in Kenya and can channel their funds to whomever they want appropriately.
Mr Ayienga has many issues he must deal with before he can be trusted. Please be informed that if you are a former Diguna member, Ayienga maybe using your name to obtain support for his fake and and almost now defunct border to border christian fellowship. Please, note that Ayienga does not operate a "fellowship" or church group as his charity name is deceptive.
Ayienga has lost trust and his organization lost sponsors due to his own doings. If "as his website claims" Mama Nangulu is the spiritual leader of Mr Ayienga's organization, and she knew him when he was 4, and he is now approximately 50, then she must be very old and unable to even know that her photo is being used on a scamming website www.bbcfinternational.org. In any case, her knowledge of Mr Ayienga at 4 would now be completely altered as Mr Ayienga has not lived in Kenya since 1989 (or U.K ) where Mama Nangulu is alleged to reside