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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.
Professor Raphael Njoroge of Worcester has passed on from illness in Worcester, U.S Boston region. He was 75 years. Professor Njoroge was teaching at the Worcester Consortium of colleges that include: Quinsigamond College, Worcester State University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) University of Science and Technology. He was also founding Kenya University Project that is ongoing with a goal to achieve a new university in 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. ...
After Kenyans migrated to the Diaspora the life tree had to continue. Megan Mwangi a Kenyan in the U.S. Kenyan community celebrated her 16th birthday with family and friends....
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....
“There is the need to have such an organized association that will connect our people within ourselves for social and business activities. Connect and protect our people from other smaller groups within our community and also connect and protect our people with investors from Kenya and the other parts of the world. Connect our people with the Kenyan Embassy and the Kenyan government for services and opportunities. To arbitrate between our people and the past leaders who may have cheated our people and taken their money without accountability,” writes David Ikanyi....
Mr. President,You are no doubt a leading statesman and our one of the most astute, hardworking and selfless leaders of our generation.Putting the country first and taking the action you took today has no doubt secured you a place in the annals of history....
Kama Mungekuwa Munalimana Hapa Kama Kenya, Ingekuwaje Hapa Merekani?, Posed President Uhuru Kenyatta at the Historical Lowell Meeting.President Uhuru Kenyatta, who entertained Kenyans with an extraordinary wonderful speech which was full of advises to Kenyans living abroad, posed in the middle of his speech and said, "Kama mungekuwa munalimana hapa kama wanavyolimana Kenya, ingekuwaje hapa Merekani, ahh?"....
With millions of Kenya unemployed in Kenya, President Uhuru Kenyatta concentrated on creation of jobs as he talked to thousands of Diaspora Kenyans living in Boston—the largest crowd the President has ever addressed outside the Country as stated by Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed. Professor Raphael Njoroge founder of Kenya University Project discussing the speech said, “This was a great speech. This is what we are trying to do.” The Professor is looking to kick off a project that could lead to 20,000 jobs. ...
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