Tag: Kenyan diaspora

Protect Kenyans working and living in the Diaspora

| April 19, 2017 | 0 Comments
Protect Kenyans working and living in the Diaspora

Though it’s commendable that the government has come up with new rules to help regulate the working conditions of Kenyans in the Middle East, it’s highly unlikely that they will have the required impact. The plain truth is that many of the Kenyans who go overseas in search of greener pastures end up in modern […]

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Immigrants stopped Central Mass population reduction says a Kenyan Diaspora

| April 4, 2017 | 0 Comments
Immigrants stopped Central Mass population reduction says a Kenyan Diaspora

“I see a lot of immigrants attracted to places like Worcester, where there’s a concentration of hospitals and medical offices,” said James Njoroge, a Worcester resident and Kenya native who moved to Massachusetts in 1997, and in 2012 co-founded Century Homecare, a home health services company. Worcester and Middlesex counties – and the state as […]

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Husband and Wife: Italy based Kenyan duo releases patriotic song

| March 24, 2017 | 0 Comments
Husband and Wife: Italy based Kenyan duo releases patriotic song

As this year’s General Election set for August 8 approaches, politicians may be taking centre stage, but musicians are not being left behind, as they reach out to the protagonists with peace messages through what they do best – singing. Music has always been part and parcel of politics, as a vehicle for praising leaders […]

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Too many rumors, fake news on Immigration: Kenyan Diaspora should seek Truth.

| February 23, 2017 | 0 Comments
Too many rumors, fake news on Immigration: Kenyan Diaspora should seek Truth.

The age of face book and social media has given rise to all kinds of freedom of speech. It is hard to find someone walking around the streets of Nairobi without a cell phone. In fact it is believed that most Kenyans who own a cell phone are also registered with WHATS-APP, face book, and […]

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A Kenyan Diaspora planning big contribution in Newfoundland Canada

| February 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
A Kenyan Diaspora planning big contribution in Newfoundland Canada

Corner Brook has become a more diverse community in recent years and Roselyne Okech would like to introduce some of the city’s newer residents. The native of Kenya has been working as a tourism studies professor at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University since 2008. She recently attended an open house and call for volunteers at the […]

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