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Thanksgiving holiday is a time that brings family together in the Diaspora. It is a time to catch up on what is new. On Kenya the newest thing is the Machakos Development. It was the talk of Kenyans gathered to celebrate thanksgiving. The pictures of Machakos dusty stadium to the now Green stadium that is holding tournaments were shared. Governor Mutua was given high marks. Many present felt there was hope for Kenya, thanked Governor Mutua and wished him more success.
Thanksgiving started as days of prayer and thanking God for blessings. President Abraham Lincoln would make it an official holiday of the U.S during the Civil War, when he proclaimed a national day of "Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens," to be celebrated on Thursday, November 26 1863. Today the holiday is celebrated in the on the fourth Thursday in November. As celebrations and turkey meals are eaten we wish all a Happy Thanksgivings....
The United States abstained on this vote because we believe that the concerns raised by Kenya regarding the International Criminal Court proceedings against President Kenyatta and Deputy President Ruto are best addressed within the framework of the Court and its Assembly of States Parties, and not through a deferral mandated by the Security Council. This position is consistent with the view that we shared with the African Union Contact Group at the Council’s Informal Interactive Dialogue at the end of October....
The Kenya Diaspora Conference is scheduled for 14th and 15th December 2013 at Washington D.C. If the weather does not give a surprise this third Diaspora Conference and the first after the creation of the County Governments and adoption of the separation of powers could be the most beneficial for Kenyans. The organizers have lined up a many speakers. Below some of the notable speakers that will be making this a productive discussion on development and some events that will occur. ...
“Back to Africa is a Pipeline Development Strategy aimed at attracting African Diaspora talent Back to Africa to aid in accelerating growth in GE Africa. The program offers exciting and challenging assignments that are aligned with functional and domain expertise, as well as leadership opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa,” states the offer of G.E. The offer adds, “Available Career opportunities: Business Development, Finance, Sourcing, Engineering, Human Resources, Legal & Compliance Commercial Operations, Sales, Information Technology, and so much more…..”...
“I had the pleasure of meeting with Kenyans living in Rwanda. Through our integration as a region, we will facilitate the movement of people, goods and services therefore providing impetus to create more jobs and opportunities for our people as well as create greater prosperity as a region and a continent,” President Uhuru Kenyatta wrote on his facebook. Rwanda is a great partner of Kenya. Indeed Kenya is recorded as the largest exporter and importer to Rwanda. ...
A cultural event planned for next year at the U.S Capital city Washington D.C. National Mall will showcase Kenya. The Cabinet Secretary of Culture, Sports and Arts, Dr. Hassan Wario Arero talking to Kenyans in Boston region on the planned 10 day event said a budget of about Kshs 500 million will be used to showcase Kenya cultures, foods, arts, crafts, music and other aspects of Kenya. The Cabinet Secretary who was accompanied by other officials of the ministry added that about 360 Kenyans many who will be coming from Kenya will participate in the event. ...
“Waithira Kamau, a Kenyan living in U.S. was stopped from travelling to Kenya with her 22-month old daughter who is a U.S citizen by an American judge after the daughter’s father stated Kenya was unsafe. Judge Diane Price of the Napa High Court ruled the child cannot be guaranteed security while in Kenya,” a story read. Stories like this will continue as Kenyans who migrated abroad are pulled to Kenya by parents and past memories, and on the other hand pulled to U.S by their U.S. citizen children. ...
Worcester City Mayor Joe Petty and Kenyans braved a cold and rainy evening to remember victims at Westgate Mall, Kenya. The Mayor told the Kenyans his connection with Kenya is through an Aunt who worked as a nun in Kenya in the 1960’s saying, “She used to fly a C-plane delivering food and helping people.” One Westgate attack the Mayor said, Kenya is a beautiful country but it is unfortunate that the world has a small group of extremists who want to ruin it for everybody. Answering Pastor Ben Njuru on whether he could hoist Kenya flag at City Hall, the mayor said we will fly the flag and have the festival. Kenyan musical artists performed during the event and the message of Kenyans was read by James Ngari, a musician, also known as Mukarara les les. ...
Elaine Dang narrated her encounter with death on AC360 CNN telling a story of horror, fear and courage when she faced death. She spoke of fired bullets that killed those next her at the Westgate Mall. She spoke of how she pretended to be dead so as not to be shot. She told the story of how she final got out and her picture was taken with a blooded face. When asked whether she would visit Kenya, one would have thought that this young American would likely answer, “I don’t know as yet or I have not thought about it,” in light she is still recovering. Elaine, however, did not hesitant in her answer as she said, “Yes,” and added, “I Love Kenya.” ...
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