Francis was born on 3rd November 1976 in western Kenya from a Luo Community. After finishing his high school education, he began at the Kabete Technical Training Institute where he started a Diploma in Business Administration. Before completing his degree, he returned to his home village in order to teach for several years at the primary school he grew up in. Afterwards, he moved to Nairobi for further employment.
In 2013, Francis joined the staff of Make Way Partners as Kenyan Logistician. He is responsible for personally overseeing delivery of life-saving supplies from food to medicine to building supplies to our orphans in both [North] and South Sudan.
Francis shares, “My life as a Logistician has enabled me to understand life in a different perspective. Working in the war-torn countries of [North] and South Sudan and dedicating my life to serving the needy has changed my life, marriage, and even how I parent my children. I have worked and traveled extensively in both countries and interacted with people who suffered the darkest walks of life. Serving the needy children are all that matters to me regardless of the dangers in both [North] and South Sudan. I always feel happy when the life-saving supplies are delivered where intended regardless of the hardships along the way.”
Francis and his wife, Eugenia, have twins Allan (Son) and Sydney (Daughter). He enjoys listening to gospel music and walking.