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Published on December 17, 2009 One Comment
Meet Kimuyu, Diaspora’s second 2012 Presidential hopeful

Dr. Solomon Kimuyu is a Kenyan living in Texas, USA, who unsuccessfully contested a parliamentary seat in 2007. He blames it on the electoral structures at party and national levels.


Published on November 16, 2009 4 Comments
First Diaspora Kenyan declare Presidential ambitions

The first Diaspora presidential candidate Prof. George L Wajackoyah talks to Luvei Times about his intentions to succeed retiring President Mwai Kibaki as the fourth president of Republic of Kenya.

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Published on October 11, 2009 4 Comments
Social networking for change in Kenya

About a year ago, Hebron Mosomi, 32, was just an ordinary Kenyan, who struggled to eke out a living like any other Kenyan in the United States. But in November 2008, he launched Kenyans for Change on Facebook, and his life changed.


Published on September 30, 2009 One Comment
Okiya Omtatah’s mission exposed!

He is used to putting the Kenyan government on the spot, but EAiF writer Oduor Jagero turns the table on him to place him on the spot!


Published on September 27, 2009 No Comment
From Lack of money to treat cancer to a street beggar

Stella Nakimera, 22, sits along Luwum Street of Kampala City, day in day out begging for money from passers-by. Failure to afford medication for leukaemia has turned her into a perpetual beggar. She recently narrated her story to Mubatsi Habati. Below are the excerpts


Published on August 15, 2009 2 Comments
Ng’ang’a Wa Muchiri gets up-close with Susan Yebei

Susan Yebei is a KenSAP scholar and athlete at Gettysburg College, Pa. Kenya Scholar-Athlete Project (KENSAP), enables bright students from an underserved region of Kenya attend elite colleges in the United States.


Published on July 25, 2009 5 Comments
Nigel M. Nassar gets Up-close with Hannington Bugingo

Famous Kampala comedian Hannington Bugingo just lost himself to what he does best – comedy. On stage, at home, in a chat with his friends, Buju, as he’s commonly known, finds himself taken away and turning around scenarios into comedy.

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