Kenyan Comedian Churchill Live in UK this Weekend: Nov 17 and 18

Kenyan comedian Churchill will be in the UK this weekend - Friday, November 17th and Saturday, November 18th for the launch of a new mobile money transfer service targeted to Kenyans living in the UK.

Churchill will be the MC at the Barclays-Kenya Pingit launch. Pingit is a new money transfer service by Barclays Bank that allows Kenyans in the UK to send money to Kenya instantly and free of charge using their mobile phones.

Read more about the service here: New Mobile App Enables Kenyans in the UK to Send Money to Kenya Free of Charge

The event will take place at Coventry's Britannia Hotel on Friday, 17 November and on Saturday, 18 November at the Hotel Inn Kensington.

Churchill is a radio host and host of the popular TV comedy show Churchill Live.

Event Date: 
Sun, 11/18/2012 09:00PM -0500

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