Message from Chairperson


 Pr. Dan Abuya Onyancha



Studying at the University of Nairobi is a precious season in one’s life. It is also a time of tremendous adjustments as students cultivate an identity for themselves. In the midst of these academic, social, economic and moral pressures, no student need walk alone.

The SDA chaplain’s office seeks to stand with all students, staff and faculty in facilitating a holistic development of being especially in such a tumultuous time as ours. We achieve this by focusing on the three aspects of Body, Mind and Soul hence remain a critical support for the University Administration in its quest to produce all-rounded graduates to meet the world’s needs.

We prepare for service for country and for God.


After a B.Sc) 2002-2006 at University of Nairobi, I responded to the call to full time ministry and trained in ABTh- Pastoral Counseling Psychology and Chaplaincy at Adventist University of the Philippines (AUP), Philippines between 2006-2012. I am also a certified chaplain with the Clinical Pastoral Education and Care Foundation, Inc. (CPECF), Philippines. I have served previously as Associate Chaplain for Manila Adventist Medical Center and Colleges Inc,

Currently pursuing an MA in Counseling Psychology at Cavite State University; Philippines it is my joy and privilege to serve my alma mater inspiring and mentoring the young people to be the best they can be for self, country and God.

Gardening, wilderness survival skills, travelling, learning new skills, thinking and initiating new ideas, writing, reading and motivational speaking are areas I am most interested in.

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