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A Kenyan from Connecticut Mr. Isaac Kinity traveled all the way to Washington DC to participate in the march remembering the 130 years of European Imperialism in Africa. The march went through seven embassies of European Countries in Washington, DC which included Germany, Belgium, Italy, Britain and France embassies.
Diaspora Kenyans in the Boston region experiencing the snow fall to over 90 inches in less than a month that left the region without ample of storage for the snow product found themselves asking, “Can one sell snow?” The question led to learning more of the product snow...
Midway through January talk in Boston region was that this winter the snow fall would not be even 10 inches. Then all of a sudden the snow started falling and in barely three weeks about 70 inches have fallen. Whereas it is beautiful to watch it also does take up space as it piles up....
With this been the last season before the Rugby Sevens to be held in Vegas as the event moves to another city; Kenyans in the Diaspora who have never been to “Sin city,” are breaking their bank to be there. Die-hard fans of American Football asked if they are going because of rugby are saying they are going to meet other Kenyans. Projections are 5,000 Kenyans will find their way to Vegas making it the largest gathering of Kenyans in a single event and in one city. ...
As New England Patriots, the team that six states that form the New England region namely, MA, NH, CT, RI, ME and VT call their team look forward to playing they opponent Seattle Seahawks that is in a city 3,000 miles away from Boston in Washington state. The bets and discussions by the fans of this states connected by Interstate highway 90 have increased. Like many Americans, Kenyans have also been lured to football to become their favorite sport. Over 100 million about a third of the U.S are expected to watch the Sunday Feb 1st game....
Kenyans in U.S Diaspora today started immigrating in the thousands following the economic boom in the U.S that saw thousands of jobs created in the 1990's to early 2000's. The Kenyans once in the U.S would start remitting money back to Kenya. As more and more Kenyans looked to impact Kenya through new ideas a hunger there emerged a hunger for a “U.S Diaspora Kenyans Ambassador.” The definition stated as: “An Ambassador who supports and leads to create enabling policy and incentives so Diaspora Kenyans in U.S capital can flow to Kenya with the primary objective to advance Kenya economic growth.” ...
Mr. President, It is a great honor and indeed an immense privilege for me to present to you the letter of Credence by which His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta appoints me as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Kenya....
When President Uhuru Kenyatta visited the city of Lowell, he during his speech narrated how during the early 1980’s as a student in Amherst College he and others would eat goat. He would state that then it was difficult to find a good place to slaughter. Someone in the gathered audience of about two thousand Kenyans would loudly say, “There is farm.” Farm is a place where Kenyan men meet every Saturday evening to enjoy a meal of goat meat, roasted potatoes, cabbages, boiled meat and soup. When gathered they call themselves as a collective group, “Farmers.”...
David Karangu a self-made businessman based in Atlanta region of the U.S was one of the few Kenyans who met with President Uhuru Kenyatta during the President visit to U.S for the 69th United Nations General Assembly. During the meeting with the President, David Karangu donated Kshs 1 million to the Beyond Zero campaign started by first lady Margaret Kenyatta. Beyond Zero campaign looks to provide mobile clinics to all 47 Counties of Kenya. David Karangu answered a few questions on the donation and the meeting. ...
Diaspora Should Not Be Land Speculators! 7 Reasons: Unemployment, Hunger, Crime, Slums, Diseases, Murder & PovertyLand speculation is when someone buys land for the purpose of holding the land to sell it at a higher price at a future date. This is different from where land acquired is used as a factor of production to produce food, houses, jobs and other products. Kenyans in the Diaspora are today becoming Land Speculators through buying one-eighth or one-quarter acre plots. The following 7 reasons explain why a Kenyan in Diaspora should not become a Kenya Land Speculator....
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