Sunday, May 27, 2018
Diaspora News

Diaspora News

Diaspora News

In the past four years, a walk across the St. Mary’s University campus always held the possibility of being treated to an impromptu musical performance. Maggy, Marta and Mary Moipei, who graduated this past Saturday with music degrees, have a...
Looking to fill a vacant Class C  driver position. The job opening is in Los Angeles, CA. The successful applicant should have a clean driving history with no violations in last 3 years. You will be required to provide...
It is with great sadness that the California community of Kenyans announce the passing on of Lucy Mwenja (Mama Jane) in Anaheim California on Sunday May 6th 2018. Lucy was mother to Jane and Kelvin Mwenja both of Anaheim california,...
Who is getting married this year? Any plans for a pre-wedding? There are some hushed voices who will say "No!" Others, albeit not loud enough will give the nod:"Go for it!" What do Kenyans in Diaspora feel about pre-weddings? Have...
Asbel Kiprop, the Olympic and three times world champion over 1500m, has tested positive for a banned substance. His agent, Federico Rosa, would confirm only that he had ‘heard the same rumour’ and was ‘still trying to get confirmation’. This was...
There's only one thing you must be if you want to succeed in any area of life; a hard worker. Hard work is the key to success - and Janet Mwelu has that in spades. A native of Machakos...
Drama surrounding Kirinyaga's Deputy Governor Peter Ndambiri has taken yet another turn after coming out and offering a public apology to his family and Kenyans at large. A prison warder stationed at Nyandarua prisons has been arrested as a key suspect...
Six Kenyans are have been feted by the UK’s Commonwealth University for their impact in economy and bringing change in the retail business. Founder of food and beverage company Kevian Kenya Limited, Kimani Rugendo, Supreme Court Judge Smokin, former Independent Electoral and Boundaries...
According to a Pew Research Center analysis of 2015 U.S. Census Bureau and Eurostat data, educated Africans from Sub-Saharan choose US over European countries when migrating. Immigrants over 25 years and above coming from Sub-Sahara countries based in the US were...
Africans migrating to the USA tend to be highly educated than U.S. native-born population. This is according to a Pew Research Center analysis of 2015 U.S. Census Bureau and Eurostat data. Among sub-Saharan immigrants in the US aged 25 and...

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