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President Barack Obama was entertained to a dinner at State House hosted by President Uhuru Kenyatta. The dinner was held at an erected tent in the State House green lawns. The ground covered in an all-red carpet. The evening cool weather providing the right environment for dinner after a long day of work.
“Collin Okello you made the youths proud & you really inspired many! Congrats brother,” commented Hirzi Twalib with regard to the portrait that Collin had drawn and was presenting the President as a birthday present. Kenya Constitution article 1 (2) reads, “The people may exercise their sovereign power either directly or through their democratically elected representatives.” It is the part of exercising the power directly that got Collin to have a day with his democratically elected representative of the highest office of the land. ...
“I held a meeting with U.S -based Senegalese musician, Akon, who paid me a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi. Akon affirmed his commitment to support Government’s initiative to light up Kibera and other selected parts of rural Kenya. This is part of his Lighting Africa project that aims to provide electricity to a million households across the continent by the end of the year,” posted President Uhuru Kenyatta. Akon is an American R&B and hip hop recording artist, songwriter, and record producer who rose to prominence 2004 following the release of "Locked Up" the first single from his debut album Trouble....
Kenya Diaspora girls wearing the colors of Kenya flag sang and danced for President Uhuru Kenyatta. The girls were joined by the president as they sang and danced to the song "coming home," by nameless. The girls when dancing to a second composition watched as the President reached out for a smart phone and started taking pictures. The girls capped their great day with a picture with Vimal Shah and Jeff Koinange. ...
Any actor or actress dream is to win an Oscar. Lupita Nyongo achieved this dream when her name was called out as the winner in the category best actress in a supporting role. The words froze her to her seat as adrenaline rushed through her body and she clasped her racing heart. Kenyans watching on television cheered. It was a great moment to see an actor from Kenya origin win one of the most cherished awards in the profession of film acting, an Oscar....
I hope you are doing well. It is a blessing to communicate with you. I am very grateful for the opportunity to send this newsletter to you.For my new found friends and my old fans, thank you again for trusting me with your emails. I would like to thank you for viewing my new music video on youtube and leaving those wonderful, encouraging comments....
“This morning I was delighted to host the Mwakigwena Choir from Kwale County led by their leader, 84 year old, Mwalimu Enock Ondego for breakfast at State House,” President Uhuru Kenyatta posted. President Kenyatta recognition of this great talented Kenyans who love Kenya and express this through their music is indeed humbling. Letting them enjoy their Statehouse is priceless. May the choir continue to entertain and inspire Kenyans. ...
Al Jazeera’s talk show South2North, Redi Tlhabi chats to three crime novelists: Professor Mukoma Wa Ngugi, the Kenyan-raised, American-based author of Black Star Nairobi; Professor Shamini Flint, the Malaysian-born, Singapore-based author of A Calamitous Chinese Killing; and Scotland’s Ian Rankin, whose latest number one best-seller, Standing In Another Man’s Grave, brings Inspector Rebus back from a five-year retirement. ...
President Uhuru Kenyatta posted in his facebook the picture in this article and wrote, “Chatting with Miss Karun at Muthaiga golf club where I attended the launch of her first solo album. I will continue following keenly to ensure the talents of the youth are developed so that they can play their part in making this nation great.” An optimistic and encouraging post that one would think would not elicit any negative comments. ...
When President Kibaki heard the talented Anna Mwalagho perform, he made a remark to the effect that Anna should come perform in Kenya saying, “Kenyans also have money and will pay.” An entertainer through spoken poetry, music, African tradition drama and music; Anna Mwalagho is one of the few Kenyans who have become Global entertainers. She has entertained in functions all over the U.S and in African nations. The entertainer who comes from the Taita Taveta County is today reaching one milestone after another as she advances the Kenya image in the globe. She will be releasing her first official music video on February 1st 2013. More details can be found via contacting her agent Nicole Awiche by Email email@example.com or calling 240-778-7353 or visiting her website www.annamwalagho.com ...
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