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Kenyan auto shop owner still fighting to get back to Ross Avenue

| August 1, 2017 | 1 Comment
Kenyan auto shop owner still fighting to get back to Ross Avenue

After city forced him to move, Dallas auto mechanic still fighting to get back to Ross Avenue Hinga Mbogo’s small auto repair shop on Ross Avenue today sits empty, another vestige of the days when the then-seedy stretch of road was a hodgepodge of used-car dealerships and body shops. Near the vacant property, another new apartment […]

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Kenyan asylum seeker in UK locked up in ‘freezing’ room for 28 hours

| July 29, 2017 | 0 Comments
Kenyan asylum seeker in UK locked up in ‘freezing’ room for 28 hours

The Home Office unlawfully locked a woman up in a “freezing” punishment room for 28 hours at a detention centre when she had committed no crime, a court has ruled. The Kenyan asylum seeker, who is claiming asylum on the basis of her sexuality, was held in a room that had no bedding and just a “rusty […]

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Diaspora Kenyan doctors making a difference back home

| July 28, 2017 | 0 Comments
Diaspora Kenyan doctors making a difference back home

Caremax Health Ltd- Your finest quality healthcare Caremax Health Medical Center is a unique facility established by Kenyan Diaspora medical professionals based in the USA under a privately funded US-Diaspora Health Initiative to provide high quality health services. Caremax Health Medical Center is located at  the prestigious Juja City Mall along the Thika-Nairobi super highway, […]

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FACE OF KENYA USA 2017 IN DALLAS TEXAS

| July 25, 2017 | 0 Comments
FACE OF KENYA USA 2017 IN DALLAS TEXAS

Face of Kenya USA 2017 this year is in Dallas USA due to public demands. The event have 11 Ambassadors Each Fundraising for a charity of choice and 100% of the funds goes to charity. Its a Dinner Gala Red carpet event, with an after party dance after the main event. Come join us for […]

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An African In Need: How I Learned to Stop the Self-Hate and Love My Africanness

| July 25, 2017 | 1 Comment
An African In Need: How I Learned to Stop the Self-Hate and Love My Africanness

DIASPORA—My mother stood in line at the store counter waiting to be helped by the white woman with short, yellowish hair behind the sign that read ‘Customer Service.’ This was not the first time we had been to the Kohl’s store with an issue, but this was the first time my heart beat profusely because […]

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