Kenyan Representative to UN wants Uhuruto Cases Terminated
Kenyans, friends, well-wishers and sympathizers are cordially invited to the fund raising Party for the transportation of Millicent Omaya’s body to Kenya. The Party will take place on Saturday, 11th May 2013 at odensalavägen 1 (Norrbackaskolan) in Märsta from 13.00 hrs to the next day on Sunday May 12th 12.00.
The DJ on the Mike will be the one and only one: DJ Jimmy who will rock the crowd all night long. Clay Onyango, the Chairman of the “Millie Funeral Committee” in Stockholm has appealed to all everybody to attend the Party to celebrate the life of Millie while at the same time raising funds for the transportation of his body to Kenya for burial.
Millicent, who was the wife of George Doctor, passed away last week after a long battle with cancer, plunging relatives and friends alike, into deep mourning. She lived a good life, she faught a good fight and now she has departed to rest in eternal peace.
SOMALI PRESIDENT “HONOURED” INSTEAD
The family of Jacinta Njoroge would like to thank everybody who showed solidarity with the family following the demise of Jacinta’s sister, Monicah, in Kenya. In a message transmitted to KSB, Jacinta said that they were able to travel home for the funeral. “We whole heatedly embrace your effort. May God bless you all”, said the message which was signed by Jacinta and Monicah’s two daughters, Winnie and Mercy.
At KSB, we welcome Jacinta back from Kenya and hope that the family has now began a process of healing following the loss of a loved member. Coping with the death of a loved one is a process and we can only hope that the bereaved family will receive the support it needs from friends and well wishers following their return from Kenya.
Millicent, the wife of George Ochieng “Doctor” has passed away in Stockholm after a long illness. Following the sad news, an “Open House” has been established at the residence of Doctor located at Åbyvägeen 21 in Västerhanning. Relatives, friends, well-wishers and sympathizers are meeting at the residence daily to condole with the bereaved family.
Millie was a loved member of the family and once again, death has robbed the Kenyan community in Stockholm of a humble and trustworthy member. The family is planning to transport Millie’s body to Kenya for burial and further information will be released as soon as details are finalized.
KSB crew joins the entire family of Doctor in mourning during this time of great shock and sorrow. We hope that the Almighty God will give the family the strength and courage to go through this very difficult period marked with sadness and sorrow. May God rest Millie’s soul in eternal peace. For further information, call Clay Onyango at: 0762169132.
Christabel Adhiambo Ekman, a Kenyan resident in Stockholm, has lost her mother in Kenya. Relatives, friends, well-wishers and sympathizers are meeting at Christabel’s residence at Valfiskensgatan 756 in Hanninge to condole with the bereaved family. An “Open House” has been set up at the residence daily.
To get to the residence from Hanninge, take bus number 834 towards Svartbacken and alight at Ramsdalsvägen. Walk backwards to Valfiskensgatan direct to the end of the street (756). In case of difficulty or in need of further information, call: 0734992363. Christabel will travel to Kenya on 10th May 2013 to attend her mother’s funeral.
KSB sends deep condolences to the entire family of Christabel during this time of great shock and sorrow. We hope that God will give the family strength to go through this very difficult moment. May the soul of Chrstabel’s mother rest in eternal peace.
Dekula Band “Ngoma Ya Kilo”
Place: Lilla Wien” Little Nairobi”
Pendel: Södra Station
“We have families that are hurting because of these attacks”
Recently the Judiciary, and particularly the Supreme Court, has been the target of attacks from Kenyans. We have been the target of attacks, slander, libel, and outright indecent, vulgar, and unacceptable abuses (Tanzanians term such abuses MATUSI YA NGUONI). Indeed, today a Kenyan gleefully tweeted that s/he wishes I had died instead of the late Mutula Kilonzo. We are human beings and we hurt, too. We have families that are hurting because of these attacks.
For me the most hurtful allegation was that I had been bribed in the Presidential Petition. I did not know where to turn. I have never been offered a bribe in my life. I have no doubt in my mind that anybody who dares offer me a bribe, regardless of status, would be the first one I arrest under the Constitution and the laws of this land. I do not believe I should sue fellow Kenyans in defamation. All I can demand from Kenyans is justice that they demand of me and the Judiciary I head. We must give justice to each other in implementing our progressive Constitution.
I acknowledge that public service means accountability to Kenyans. However, the same Constitution Kenyans use to demand accountability of us, and they invoke it for the protection of their freedom of speech, and for their right to public participation, also demands justice for judges and magistrates. The Constitution does not decree that Kenyans are not accountable for their actions!
I urge Kenyans to give us justice! To do so is simple. If you have any evidence of our wrong doing the Constitution under its Article 168 allows you to petition the Judicial Service Commission for our removal. And if you do not have such evidence then give us justice, treat us as family, compatriots and fellow human beings!
I and the Judiciary demand justice from Kenyans at all times!