Kenyan VP Kalonzo Musyoka To Meet Kenyans in D.C. On Fri, Feb 5

Kenyan V.P. Kalonzo Musyoka

Washington, DC -  UPDATE: We regret to inform you that  due to the weather advisory the event scheduled for today- Friday, February 5,2010 (Vice President and Minister for Home Affairs of the Republic of Kenya, H.E. Hon. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka to meet with Kenyans) has been cancelled.

The Vice President and Minister for Home Affairs of the Republic of Kenya, H.E. Hon. Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka is in Washington, DC to attend the Annual National Prayer Breakfast and wishes to meet with the Kenyans in the Diaspora on:

Friday, February 5, 2010

The Ritz Carlton,
1150 22nd Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20037

Time 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
 

We regret the short notice.

RELATED ARTICLE: http://www.mwakilishi.com/content/articles/2010/02/01/kenya-to-launch-publicity-campaign-in-the-us.html

Source: http://www.kenyaembassy.com/

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I would have liked to go but its supposed to be snowing really bad at that time.

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