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Folks, I hope all of you are doing great and I don’t mean to spoil an otherwise noble idea but I feel compelled to disclose what just happened last night since there is supposed to be transparency in this outfit and to just alert you so you are not blind sighted or misinformed if you don’t hear from me. More importantly, I would like this to be a lesson of how not to lead an organization or at the very least, things to watch out for. This could be just an isolated incident but I want you to hear this directly from ME and not a third party. I had far much preferred to handle this behind the scenes privately as I started to but I was told I have been “sniffed” out and the membership will be told what happened - so I want that truth to come directly from me. Now here it is.
“H.E. Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, C.G.H. President and Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces of the Republic of Kenya will be in Washington, DC to attend the US-Africa Leaders Summit which is scheduled to take place in August, 2014. During this visit he will meet with Kenyans resident in the US on Wednesday, 6th August, 2014 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm in Washington, DC. Venue details will be provided in due course,” reads a statement from Kenya Embassy Washington D.C. ...
The relentlessness efforts the Kenya Diaspora alliance has shown in its case against the Kenya Government, is a good example not only to Kenyans in Diaspora but also to all Kenyans back home. The KDA, a formation of different Diaspora organizations belonging to Kenyans of all races and tribes from Kenya, has proved beyond reasonable doubt that with unity, love and respect, Kenyans, wherever they are, can do a lot for their Nation. ...
In a teleconference organized by Confederation of Kenya Diaspora Organizations, Kenyans spread across the U.S discussed the Diaspora policy that they hope will be the policy to guide Diaspora as they engage in economic, social and development issues in Kenya. In the previous about 5 days earlier Ambassador Zachary Muburi - Muita, the newly appointed Diaspora Affairs Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs had participated. ...
Kenya Diaspora can be a great force in the Kenya Economic Year 2014/2015 through investment. Economic investments in Kenya are currently on the rise with Kenya 2014/2015 Economic Year already having major capital investments. The investments underway include: Standard Railway Gauge (SGR) a $4 billion infrastructure capital development; Power Africa $14 billion initiative that Kenya could tap $2 billion; the Kenya Sovereign Eurobond of $2 billion; the World Bank Africa development fund and other investment capital. ...
“The High Court erred in law to the extent that it held a dual citizen is disqualified from nomination or standing for an election as a member of parliament,” the Kenya Court of Appeals ruled on the case Donald Mwawasi verses Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC.) Kenyans in the Diaspora with Dual Citizenship now have a clear understanding of whether they can participate in representing Kenyans. ...
July 4th is the day the U.S declared independence in 1776. July 4th weekend is the weekend associated with this date that celebrations occur all over the U.S. In the 238th year of remembrance, at Worcester city home of Mama Jimmy, Kenyans gathered to celebrate this weekend on a Sunday afternoon. The special celebrations included special guests Mrs. Jane Karangu visiting from Atlanta accompanied by her mum, a great friend to Mama Jimmy from Kenya who is visiting her family in Atlanta region. ...
Archbishop Dr. Arthur Kitonga, founder of Redeemed Gospel Ministries in Boston presided over the induction of Rev. Joseck Kimani at Grace International Church. The anticipated Saba Saba rally was a topic of discussion with the archbishop Kitoga asking the Boston Kenyans what they told the former PM Raila Odinga when they hosted him. This led to Rev. Stephen Kimohu of St Stephens Church at a later moment saying the church he pastors is open to all Kenyans to come and worship. The former PM worshipped in St Stephens Church during his Boston trip. ...
Ask many Kenyans where the meat comes from they will likely reply, “From the grocery store.” This is not the case with Uncle Willy who has never lost the desire to be close to the earth, the source of all production. Indeed, Uncle Willy, summer involves working with the earth to produce maize that as the summer ends will become the celebration of another great summer as Kenyans in Boston region enjoy, Githeri (mixed maize and beans) and boiled maize that was a common food back in Kenya. ...
Ongeti, Cooperatives Commissioner & Kathanga, KCB Bank General Manager ask Diaspora to Join Kenya USA Diaspora SaccoDeputy Commissioner of Cooperative Societies, Stanley Ongeti and KCB General Manager Peter Kathanga visiting Boston accompanying Atlanta Kenyans who have started Kenya USA Diaspora Sacco encouraged Kenyans tojoin the Sacco. “We signed a Kshs 10 billion agreement with Kenya USA Diaspora Sacco that any member can tap a loan from,” said KCB General Manager Kathanga as he told Kenyans not to fear borrowing and investing. “Don’t let your old age ask your young age, ‘What did you keep for me?’” ...
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