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Timberland Westlands Curio Shop
Westland's Triangle Market Parklands Road,
Opposite Sarit Center, Stall #72
P. O. Box 648, 00606
Sarit Center, Nairobi, Kenya
+254 722 945001
Now this is a perfect Throw Back Thursday. Only Mzee Kibaki could say it this way #TBT #MyKenyanLinkPosted by Timothy Ndegwa Mykenyanlink on Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Fresh from iNooro TV Njata TV, Kenya's Gospet Artist, Nancy Wanja will be at Kenyan American Community Church in Marietta, Georgia this Sunday, July 17th
You are all invited to the 9th KESSA Conference Kenya Scholars and Studies Association (KESSA) is an independent nonprofit professional association established for the exclusive purpose of advancing scholarly, scientific,...
Kenya's Gospel Artist based in Atlanta, Georgia is taking Kigooco to Germany on July 10th, 2016
Our brother passed away Saturday night . Words can't describe how we are feeling. we can only think that he is in a better place now. This is to...
Kenya USA Diaspora SACCO LIVE from Baltimore, MD Annual General Meeting DATE: 16th July 2016 TIME: 9 AM - 5 PM EST LOCATION: Embassy Suites by Hilton Baltimore at BWI Airport ADDRESS: 1300 Concourse Dr, Linthicum...
2002 Nissan Xterra for sale with 209K higway miles runs and shifts like new, AC blows cold air, aluminum wheels, interior/exterior in good condition, overall truck is in good shape. Located...
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Virtual tour of Nakuru, Kenya. The Fastest growing city in East Africa Video courtersy of Wabunifu Studios
Local comedian Timothy Ndegwa famously known as Njuguna opens up on the challenges he encountered in his acting career, His unceremonious exit from the show ' Real househelps of Kawangware'...
Formed in 1994 Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya (CPSK) is a charitable organization that deals with children/persons afflicted by cerebral condition in the country. Cerebral Palsy is a developmental disability...
Elvis Kahorois a senior at Kennesaw Mountain High School, who came to the United States with his parents from Kenya when he was three years old. Before entering the United States he contracted malaria, and survived! Hundreds of thousands of lives are lost to malaria each year, yet Elvis is a survivor! His passion is Shop with a Mustang (SWAM), a community service event that allows low-income students in the Kennesaw community to have a Christmas that they normally would not experience. In addition to his community service, Elvis was one of 40 persons accepted to the Chick-Fil-A & Addo Institute. He is a member of the National Beta Club, National Honor Society, the National Technical Honor Society and the Varsity Math Club.
This survivor is also a student athlete who has received the Questbridge College Prep Scholarship, AP Scholar distinction and the Gas South Award. He is a member of the 800 Club, an honor for persons with a perfect score on SAT/ACT Subject Test and had perfect attendance from the 9thto 11thgrade. He was the Duke Talent Identification Program recipient and has won the Outstanding Character Award.
11 Alive and The Junior League of Atlanta have joined together to honor five outstanding high school students with the Kids Who Care Award. The award recognizes the unselfish contributions of young people who are dedicated to making our community a better place. Elvis is among the five honorees.
Gospel Artist Rosemary Njage will be in Atlanta on June 19th, 2016
where she is a guest singer at the monthly Kigooco event at
Kenyan American Community Church (KACC)
771 Elbert Dr, Marietta, GA. 30066