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The buzz around Baltimore-DC region of U.S is the upcoming Jeff Koinange Live (JKL) show. The show will be held at Baltimore region during the launch of Kenya United Diaspora Organization “KUDO,” and is currently stated to start at 10:30am. KUDO when spoken as sheng means “To Do.” Kenyans in Diaspora looking to be part of the event are excited to be part of this launch and the talk show. Rumor has it that a Baltimore Kenyan is working on making “The Bench,” for the show.
“KUDO is a global non-political diaspora organization that was founded on grassroots philosophy by Kenyans in the diaspora to assist them to tackle many challenges that face them abroad and at home,” says Dr. Angwenyi and KUDO founders. On the KUDO launch, that has the special guest Jeff Koinange of a the popular JKL talk show in Kenya, the KUDO team when inviting Diaspora say, “ The KUDO launch on May 21, in Maryland, USA is historic as well as an opportunity for Kenyans in the Diaspora to come together and begin a new journey that calls for one diaspora, one voice.” ...
It was a big honor for myself and Safari Boston Golf Club to be invited to the Collaborate, Educate, Celebrate event on April the 22nd 2016 by the Flying Kites and Daraja Academy and to see so many people coming together for a great cause. It was a great pleasure for Safari Golf Boston members, Wamama Poa and other Kenyan, Ghanian, Nigerian and Ivory Coast Expats to be there. We'd would like to seize the opportunity to congratulate Flying Kites for launching this outstanding awareness campaign to run a Leadership Academy for orphaned children in Kenya and believing that education is a human right, and the key to poverty alleviation....
A Kenyan Future Neuro Scientist in Need of $6,000+ to be Accepted at Harvard University Scholarship. Can you chip in?Phillip Ochieng is a young Kenyan man who is finishing High School with honors and Harvard University, MA has extended to him a Scholarship to pursue his Bachelor’s degree in neuro science. But as you all know, Scholarships do not come free. When I talked to Phillip, I sensed in him the zeal and aspiration which are being dwarfed by economic despair circumstances. ...
Let’s go. Once upon a time in a faraway land, there lived a Chinese wise man and his disciple. One day in their travels, they saw a hut in the distance. As they approached they realized that it was occupied in spite of its extremely poor appearance....
As I was walking in here today, I had a moment where I imagined that perhaps it’s fate that today is the 12th day of December and we might once again be fighting for our freedom. Not from dictatorship, oppression, or persecution, but from total destruction. Or what if we’re fighting for our right to live and to exist. And should we win the day, the 12th day of December will no longer be known as just a Kenyan holiday where we sit and kill another goat, but as the day when our people declared in one voice: ‘We will not go quietly into the night!’ ‘We will not vanish without a fight!’ ‘We’re going to live on!’ ‘We’re going to survive!’ Today we celebrate our Independence Day!”...
Kenyans from Raleigh, North Carolina have departed from the traditional approach of having accomplished government persons deliver the main speech during holiday celebrations; they have opted Dr. Nelly Kangethe, a Doctorate in Nursing Practice degree holder who works for John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD that is ranked as the best hospital in the World....
When I arrived to the U.S the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) that measures development of a county for the U.S was about $5 trillion. Today the U.S GDP has grown to over $17 trillion as population has grown to 320 million. Kenya GDP as reported by President Uhuru Kenyatta during the State of Nation 2015 is about $54 billion. Just like the Diaspora Kenyans contributed to development of U.S GDP to $17 trillion they can contribute to Kenya GDP development to reach $600 billion by 2030 through injecting their capital to Kenya. ...
Did President Uhuru Kenyatta NY Diaspora Meeting Get Cancelled For Diaspora Are a Distant Second Priority?An exchange between Dr. Daniel Kimethu a Ph.D. holder in Computer Science and Ambassador Macharia Kamau who heads the Kenya Mission to the United Nation has led to the question of whether the New York Diaspora Meeting scheduled at Saturday 26th 3pm and later cancelled was because the Diaspora are “a distant second priority.” Ambassador Macharia in an Email writes, “All other meetings and commitments come a distant second as his international obligations are what are foremost on our minds during the UNGA.” Dr. Kimethu in response writes, “On your statement on priorities of UNGA, I think Diaspora Kenyans deserve to be informed that they are a distant second. This information will help save money to remit to Kenya to help those unable to afford food as prices keep increasing rather than the said money going to payments of TAXI’s and hotels rooms once a Diaspora meeting is scheduled only to be cancelled for it was a distant second.” ...
Queen Mary is a retired ship that sailed the oceans from 1936 to 1967. Today it is one of the tourism attractions in the Los Angeles California region. Billy Muturi from Kenya who was visiting with his sister Bui Thuo was one of the tourists to board the ship. ...
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