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Voyager Beach Resort Operations Manager
Sammy Maende [right] presents a gift on behalf of the
hotel to 90 years old John Kinja [centre] and his wife
Hannah from Nyandarua County who had visited the resort
for holiday and to celebrate their 66th wedding
anniversary. The couple has 11 children, 43
grandchildren and 45 great grandchildren. Looking on is
the Hotels Senior Manager Antony Kinyua and Pauline
Omariba [second right].
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Rarienda Constituency Member of Parliament Hon. Amollo
Otiende [left] is being received by the Travellers Beach
Hotel, Club and Spa Deputy Financial Controller Felix
Munywoki [right] on arrival at the luxury coastal
resort. The MP was a part of the National Assembly
Directorate committee members who were on a three days
retreat at the hotel.
Orphans from Wema Centre
children home entertain guests during their 25th
Anniversary celebration held at the centre. The colorful
event was sponsored by Voyager Beach Resort.
The D&S Mombasa team has
successfully delivered and installed one of the largest
RO plants ever manufactured by D&S to a local water
supply company. The 30m/hr Dayliff unit is notable for
its 10m long vessels and advanced touch screen interface
with iDayliff control system. Pictured is the plant
during installation with D&S engineers Gilbert Barasa,
John Waema and Reuben Masoo.
An eye camp was carried out at Kawala Primary School
in Rabai co-sponsored by Indian Association and
Lions Club of Mombasa Pwani on behalf of an
anonymous donor from United Kingdom. Over 200
patients were screened and medicines dispensed free
of charge, eighty readers were dispensed. Twenty
five cataract surgeries were performed free of
charge at the Lion Medical Centre. All the patients
were given unga, sugar and biscuits by the donor.
The surgeries were performed by Dr. Binns and Dr.
Sandhya. The surgeries were performed by Dr Binns
and Dr Sandhya. All the surgery patients were
accommodated and operated and returned back to their
destination. The Lion Medical Centre thanked Co-orinator
Vinod Dattani, Trustee Amit Budheo, the Indian
Association and anonymous donor for the gift of
sight to the needy and under privilege of our
society. Seen are Vinod Dattani and Payal Vaja with
Hindu Council of Kenya Coast branch organised
soccer tournament at Goan Institute ground which was
a huge success. The tournament attracted 24 teams
which include boys and girls teams’ under-15 years.
The main attraction was participation of teams from
Malindi. The overall winner was Shree Cutchi Leva
Patel Samaj team and the overall trophy was donated
by Indian Association. The photo shows the Convener
and Trustee Amit Budheo and Managing Trustee Vinod
Dattani and Chairman of Hindu Council of Kenya
Pramod Kothar with the winning team.
KAMPALA (Xinhua) --
Sets of twins pose for a group photo during Twins
Festival in Kampala, capital of Uganda, Aug. 26,
2018. Twins Day is a festival for biological twins
and other multiples like triplets and quads. The
celebration which was held here on Sunday was aimed
at recognizing talented twins with special skills in
singing, dancing and to also donate to the less
PHOTO: JOSEPH KIGGUNDU
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