KENYA DIASPORA NEWS
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Kenyan Woman Rose Oginga Who Runs Successful Companies in US: Rose Okwany-Oginga is the founder and CEO of ( IHOPEE ) (International Health Operations Patient Economic and Empowerment ) that educates
Wilfred Mwiti: A Full Graduate Assistantship Waived My Tuition Fees: Studying in American Universities gives international students a chance to acquire world class education that makes them globally competitive
Kenyan Man Accused Of Bigamy In Jersey UK Found Not Guilty: A Kenyan Man Douglas Ndenga Akhonya accused of marrying a woman in Jersey UK while still married to another woman in Kenya
John Mulwa: Kenyan Chef In Canada Claims His Life Is In Danger. John Mulwa, a Kenyan chef Who Introduced Managu in Canada, pleaded with the authorities to revise a decision to deport
Ex-lover of missing kenyan woman Irene Gakwa arraigned in court: The main suspect in the disappearance of Ms. Irene Gakwa, a Kenyan woman who was living in the United States (US), appeared
Kenyan Woman Brutally Attacked in Albania, Fighting for Her Life: When the Kenyan woman Joy Aoko got the opportunity to work in Albania, she believed it would change her family's life and hers. Neither
Kenyan Diaspora Medic Behind Unique Technology Saving Lives in US: Amidst concerns about the growing rate of HIV infections all over the world, one Kenyan Diaspora medic May Maloba has made a mark for
Diaspora Kenyans Cut off Friends & Relatives due to rising cost of living: The rising cost of living across the world forced Kenyans in the diaspora to cut off remittance to friends and distant relatives
Kenyan Student Leeford Nduru Dies in a Tragic Car Accident in Dallas, GA: It is with humble acceptance of God's will, that we announce the promotion to Glory of *Leeford Muhia Nduru* a student at Kennesaw State University
Scary Employer: Kenya Woman Stuck In Syria Over $4,000 ‘Debt’. For a whopping Sh493,000, Zura Lumasa Lung’aso, 28, will be able to buy her freedom from a scary employer in Damascus, Syria, and come home.