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A range of Kenyans asked if they will be attending the Kenya Homes Expo 2014 respond by giving varied answers, “Property in Kenya is valued to highly priced,” said a Kenyan who said he will not be attending. Using a calculation based on mortgage a Kshs 10 million mortgage (the going rate of many apartments) 18% interest and 25 years (300 months) the apartment would require Kshs 151, 743 ($1,785) monthly pay.
This is to sincerely extend our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all Kenyans in the U.S who took time to attend the Diaspora reception in honor of His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta both in Washington D.C (August 6th 2014) and in Dallas, Texas (August 9th 2014). We also thank those who were unable to attend but were keen to watch our life streaming in our website....
Kenya Embassy in Washington D.C has a new head. Former Minister of Finance, Robinson Njeru Githae is now the Kenya Ambassador to Washington D.C. He replaces Jean Kamau who has been the acting ambassador. Jean heads to Bangkok Thailand. To Jean Kamau Kenya U.S Diaspora wish you well in your new assignment....
The Nairobi County Senator Mike Sonko was mobbed by Kenyans as he looked to exit the building following President Kenyatta. Kenyans looked to take pictures with the Senator who shaves his hair to create the word “Peace.” As the senator was mobbed some wondered aloud, “What is this great interest on him about?” ...
With Security in Kenya taking a toll one would have expected the Cabinet Secretary Joseph Ole Lenku, Cabinet Secretary Interior and Coordination of National Government to be upbeat. However, the cabinet secretary was jovial as he engaged Diaspora Kenyans. Security was one of the many questions that Kenyans in the Diaspora posed to the President and his team. ...
Kenyans from all over the U.S attended President Uhuru Kenyatta Diaspora meeting at Washington D.C. This was also a great chance to explore how one can be able to advance their business ideas for Kenya. Kenyans from Boston region and Jersey region who have combined their efforts is a bid to create a financing institution in Kenya that can channel Diaspora capital were at the meeting. ...
Kenya Constitution article 42, “Every person has the right to a clean and healthy environment, which includes the right— (a) to have the environment protected for the benefit of present and future generations through legislative and other measures, particularly those contemplated in Article 69; and (b) to have obligations relating to the environment fulfilled under Article 70.” Cabinet Secretary of Environment, Water and Natural resources Prof. Judi Wakhungu is tasked with the responsibility of ensuring this....
If one can pick the sector for Kenya growth during the 2011 – 2020 decade one would say roads and railway infrastructure. After 2002 elections when the new Government took over the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) led by Hon. Raphael Tuju then would leap forward first and set the pace of Kenya growth during the decade 2001 – 2010. By 2010 almost every Kenyan adult had a mobile phone or about 18 million phones. The road sector then give to Raila Odinga 2003 would not take off. ...
Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru wearing a blue and purple African kitengela dress was one of the popular persons with the Diaspora Kenyans. After the Member of Parliament for Igembe South, Linturi, targeted her and planned to use constitution power based on article 152 clauses 6-10 (see below), many media houses looked forward to report on this story. The story would have showcased Anne Waiguru power vs. Linturi power through several bouts as per constitution. MP Linturi would chicken out like a boxer who comes to the ring only to be afraid to enter the ring. Many Kenya media houses were disappointed. ...
President Uhuru KenyattaTalks U.S-Africa Summit, Positivity, Peace, Devolution, Tourism, Diaspora Investment & CarsPresident Uhuru Kenyatta engaged a full packed room of Diaspora Kenyans at Washington D.C who had come from different regions of the U.S. to meet him. President Uhuru Kenyatta engaged Kenyans based on 46 pages of questions and responses that Kenyans in Diaspora had sent. Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary noted that the President had read all the questions. However, the president did not talk on incentives in order for Diaspora to create jobs and independent projects. ...
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