KTN Reporters to Meet Kenyans in the Washington, DC Area on June 9 2012
A leading reporter from KTN, Mr. James Karani and his team will be in the Washington, DC area at the Swahili Village Restaurant this Saturday, June 9th from 3pm. The KTN team is on a USA tour organized by KenyanDiasporaLink.com and is here to listen to the Diaspora’s voice on issues such as Diaspora Voting, Dual Citizenship, the Constitution, Immigration, etc.
All are welcome for an open discussion about these and other issues affecting the Diaspora.
Over the last few months the Kenyan media has received several complaints, articles, comments, etc from the Diaspora especially regarding the 2012 elections. For this reason the KTN team would like to make your voices heard to the larger Kenyan community, the private sector and the Kenyan government by featuring the Diaspora Story on a KTN Special News Feature that is scheduled to run at the end of this month on KTN.
We would therefore urge you to come to the Swahili Village Restaurant on June 9th at 3pm – 4pm to join the discussion. The session will be recorded and clips featured on KTN prime time news in Kenya and online on KTN Live at the end of June 2012.
Moderator: James Karani (KTN)
Hosts: Swahili Village & Hannibal Nganga
Date & Time: June 9th, 2012 at 3.00 pm
Where: Swahili Village Restaurant, 10606 Baltimore Ave. Beltsville, MD 20705
Phone: +1 240 965 7651
The KTN team would like to visit with Kenyans in other cities and states across the US and will be in New York on Friday June 8th and in Dallas, on Sunday June 10th, 2012. Persons interested in hosting a similar event in different cities should contact Christine Miako at Miako@kenyandiasporalink.com as soon as possible.
KenyanDiasporaLink.com is a networking website targeting Kenyans living abroad. It was created to bridge the growing gap between Kenyans abroad and Kenya and will provide Kenya’s public and private sectors a centralized avenue to reach the Diaspora and a central place where Kenyans can come together to meet, share their thoughts, exchange ideas and network with each other. Joining the network is free http://www.KenyanDiasporaLink.com.
Media: KTN, Mwakilishi.com, diasporamessenger.com, ajabumedia.com, jambonewspot.com, Sauti Zetu.