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Joseph Munene Sends Kenyatta Day Greetings

Mr. Joseph Munene aka “Man Nzoro”, a Kenyan resident in Stockholm, has sent greeting to Kenyans at home and abroad on the occasion of this year’s Kenyatta day which falls today 20th October. Speaking to KSB, Mr. Munene said that be believes that “Kenyatta day” should be recognized as “Heroes day” in honour of all Kenyans who participated in the

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Kenya-Stockholm Baby Boom and “Missing Fathers”

According to a recent KSB survey, 7 bouncing Kenyan babies have been born in Stockholm since the beginning of the year while 4 Kenyan mothers and 2 Swedish mothers with Kenyan spouses are currently “heavily laden” with “Baby cargo” waiting to be downloaded at Karolinksa, Huddinge and Danderyd hospitals in Stockholm. Interviews by KSB, visual calculations by “pregnancy experts” within

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Nelly Musira’s Brother Is Dead

Nelly Musira, a Kenyan resident in Stockholm, has lost her elder brother in Kenya. You are invited to an ”Open House” at Nelly’s residence – Pålsbodagränd 11, 7th floor at Hagsätra. Main Prayers will be held on Saturday 18th October from 15 Hrs. Further info can be obtained through tel: 0762384406. KSB sends deep condolences to the family of Nelly

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Embassy Silence Could Be a Sign Of ”No Kenyatta Day”

If one is gender biased or a practicing male chauvinist, one could easily blame the silence of the Kenyan Embassy over this year’s Kenyatta day bash to “female cowardice” by the feminine-inclined leadership at the Embassy pitting  Ambassador Purity Muhindi on the one hand and her Deputy, Jenipher Awuor on the other. However, intelligence filtering from the Embassy tells a

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Andrew Mwangura Released

A seafarers association official charged with issuing an alarming statement over the hijacked Mv Faina ship has been released. Seafarers Assistant Programme Co-ordinator Andrew Moningeti Mwangura was on Tuesday released on a surety bond of Sh200,000. Mr Mwangura now wants the Mombasa court to refer his case to the Constitutional Court. Through his lawyer, Mr Francis Kadima, Mwangura claimed police

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