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this week in PHOTOS
Free borehole project donated by Jasani
Family from United States of America (USA) in loving
memory of Late Dayaben Maganbhai Jobanputra formerly
living in Mombasa. On behalf of donor Divya Jasani,
Vinod Dattani officially opened the borehole at Naran
Village at Kijiwetanga, Malindi sub-location. The
project is to benefit 4,000 people and the place is
located 120 kilometers from Mombasa. Food packets were
also given to the villagers who thanked the donor and
Dattani nick-named Charo. Seen [from left] are J Kariuki,
Wilfrida, Ashok, Saunice Kariuki and Vinod Dattani.
Muslim women serves themselves with delicacies during
the Apollo Iftar dinner held at Mombasa Women’s Club.
Over 100 faithful attended the event.
An information and
Technology (IT) expert Mike Zacchaeus [seated right]
takes the workers of the Coast Woman Magazine through
the latest programs and technology used in print Media
during a two days IT training held at Traveler Beach
Club and Spa. The Magazine’s Managing Editor George
Sungu was also in attendance.
Cabinet secretary in the
Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation Mwangi Kiunjuri
addresses stakeholders during a Consultative Meeting
with State corporations held at Nyali Sun Africa Beach
Hotel and Spa. Over 100 delegates drawn from all over
the country attended the meeting.
Voyager Beach Resort consistent clients Daniel Mzee
and Raissa Kaehr from Bern City in Switzerland are
being served with a welcome drink by hostess Cycilia
Mukeli on arrival at the resort for a holiday.
Looking on is the Restaurant Manager Nixon Mwehenda
Voyager Beach Resort staff drawn from all
departments pose for a group photo after attending a
two days in house fire safety training.
PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU
NAIROBI (Xinhua) —
Maasai people sell sheep in Kimana livestock market,
southern Kenya, June 5, 2018. Hundreds of Maasai
people gather at Kimana town every Tuesday, forming
one of the largest Maasai livestock markets in
Kenya. Maasai people mainly live in southern Kenya
and northern Tanzania. As a nomadic ethnic group in
eastern Africa, Maasai people rely on livestock
breeding as their main source of income.
PHOTOS: WANG TENG
WUHAN (Xinhua) —
A railway executive from Kenya experiences a
simulation of high-speed train driving at a training
base for high-speed railway staff in Wuhan, central
China’s Hubei Province, June 12, 2018. Altogether 63
railway executives from 13 countries including
Thailand, Sri Lanka and Laos visited the training
NAIROBI (Xinhua) --
Cuban doctors arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta
International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi. The first
batch of 50 out of 100 Cuban doctors arrived in the
country on Tuesday night amid controversy
surrounding their pay. They were received by Kisumu
Governor Anyang’ Nyong’o.
PHOTO - FRED MUTUNE
Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways. Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
- Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions.
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf