KiN Reporter in Stockholm
Some of the newly selected leaders made it sound like they had a hidden agenda and that they were ready to offer all that was available to achieve their unclear goals, a very disturbing approach to solving a demanding situation. Let me sum up this part by saying that Kenyans in Norway have to first manage and deal with the issues at hand before even imagining that they will end up with a uniting welfare association.
A second one for the Saturday event:
Jamhuri day celebrations –slated for the 11th December 2010 will be held at the Environmental House i.e. http://www.miljohuset-g9.no/. Members will get more details pertinent to this auspicious event soon.
Yet another for Saturday 11th. December reads:
Welcome to Kenya Independence party at Sagene Hall. Doors are opening at 18:00. Food and drinks available plus lots of nice Kenyan and music from around the world. Come and enjoy the traditional dances from Kenya and Tanzania.
And as if those were not enough, the events slated for Friday 10th. December are:
You are invited to Kenya’s Independence Day celebrations in Oslo. Please reply to this message to confirm your attendance and get the details of the party. Two Kenyan Ministers will be attending. This will be the party of the year, come one, come all.
Yet another one for Friday 10th. December reads:
Kenyan women are organizing this year’s Independence Day celebrations in Oslo…….
And one more for 10th. December reads: The Association of Kenyans in Norway, has the pleasure to invite all Kenyans and other well-wishers (those who have Kenya in their hearts) from all walks of life; on this auspicious occasion as Kenya commemorates its 47th Independence Day. Details pertinent to the material day are as follows: DATE: Friday, 10th December 2010. TIME: Friday 7:00pm –Saturday 3:00 am.
I will however be attending another Kenyan party in Stockholm where I am for the weekend. I hope to read from the parties in Oslo and hope KiN will be available at most if not all of them to file a report. I hope to finalise and post a report of the celebrations hosted by the Kenyan Embassy in Stockholm.
All in all, Happy Jamhuri Day 2010!!