KENYAN BOY HENRY OCHIENG LIGHTS OLYMPIC TORCH IN LONDON-PHOTOS

KENYAN BOY HENRY OCHIENG LIGHTS OLYMPIC TORCH IN LONDON-PHOTOS

KENYAN BOY HENRY OCHIENG LIGHTS OLYMPIC TORCH IN LONDON-PHOTOSA young Kenyan boy Master Henry Ochieng was among the Olympic Torchbearers in London on Sunday 22nd July, 2012. The boy who was escorted by a large number of Kenyans including his parents Mr. Sam Ochieng and his wife Mrs. Perez Ochieng. The boy took the torch at Rainham Road in Essex and took it for a one mile run escorted by the torch escorts side by side to protect the torch. Kenyan traditional dancers were at hand to welcome the young Kenyan. Afterwards the invited guests joined in for an evening party at Thatched House. At Thatched Restaurant, the popular Kenyan join in East London,  the management were at hand to thatch people’s stomach with all kinds of food which the guest were unable to clear half of the food provided.

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Henery Ochieng (2nd left) lighting the Olympic Torch in London and on right running toward the finishing line to hand over the torch. Note the heavy security guarding the torch from all corners
“Kwetu Kenya, hakuna matata isipokua ni walalo wanatuletea matata….”
Kenyan traditinal dancers entertaining the guests at the venue as torchbearer Henry Ochieng takes the torch
INVITED GUESTS HEADED TO THATCHED FOR A THATCHING SESSION
Master Henry Ochieng (left) being escorted by youth into Thatched House where food and drinks were in plenty
COUNCILLOR KANGETHE AND FAMILY JOINED IN
Councillor Elizabeth Kangethe (left) joined in to congratulate Henry Ochieng as her family friends joined in (right) for the double session which included Councillor Kangethe’s brother and his wife Mr. & Mrs. Karanja (centre in blue and wife in full black) who arrived in London on same evening from Kenya.

Source:Misterseed.com

 

 

KENYAN BOY HENRY OCHIENG LIGHTS OLYMPIC TORCH IN LONDON-PHOTOS

 

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