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Kenyan Community in DiasporaFellow Kenyans in France and accredited countries,This is to bring to your attention that La...
04/05/2015
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Kenyan Community in Diaspora

Fellow Kenyans in France and accredited countries,

This is to bring to your attention that La MAISON DU KENYA (Kenya Community in Diaspora) is a registered association as a “socio-economic organization” at the Prefecture de Police de Paris on the 29/05/2004 – Announce N° 1587. No: 20040022 Department (Region), Paris (Île-de-France).

It has been established to enhance the socio-economic growth of Kenyans, both in the Diaspora and in Kenya. The association also hopes to be influential in Kenya’s search for its political destiny.

There’s an attempted to create another association which I think is a noble idea, but without fear of contradiction, it’s yet again another a political scheme by the opposition to tell the government that Kenyans in diaspora are not organized – structured.

As much as we need associations and religious groups for Kenyans, we need also individuals who are ready to serve others. I thank all Kenyans, mission staff and non Kenyans 'friends of kenya" who attended the 08 April 2015 gathering at Place de la Republique.

It was very disappointing that we in collaboration with the Kenya Embassy organized a silent march on the 19 April 2015 in Paris in solidarity and in honor of the Garissa victims but very few Kenyans attended. To make the matter worse, none of the Kenya Embassy or UNESCO delegation staffs came.

While a lot of Kenyans might have individual obligations, especially financial ones, it is imperative that we learn to work as a community for economic development and as one identity - Kenyans.

Recently, after the Garissa event in Paris, and my intervention on several TV stations, there was a request from the French government "Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development - Laurent Fabius” and the Mairie de Paris to have the name of the association representing Kenyans in France, and to meet its leaders with an aim of creating a working relation with them but they were told that there’s none.

Difference is strength, but we need to use our differences to a great good. Let’s think out of the box - We must know and understand that life is beyond that little community or tribe I belong, and that when abroad, we all belong to the larger community – the Kenyan community in Diaspora.

In the past, we had organized public forums at the embassy and other venues to discuss how we can work towards uniting all Kenyans, but often they turn to tribal and political rivalry gatherings. As Kenyan community in the Diaspora, we must fight to end this cycle.

Kenya community in Diaspora - “La Maison du Kenya” as an umbrella association, has a responsibility to demonstrate to Kenyans and the government of the republic of Kenya that we can now speak in one voice. Kenya Community in Diaspora invites those willing to join us to kindly call or send an email for more information. Tel: +33 (0) 6 89 09 73 01 email: [email protected]

I urge all Kenyans in France to take this opportunity to prove that they can work in solidarity.

God Bless You! God Bless our country – Kenya!

Patriot Stephen KINUTHIA
Chair Kenya Community in Diaspora
“La Maison du Kenya”

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A LETTER TO PRESIDENT BARRACK OBAMA ON UNEMPLOYMENT IN OUR YOUTH, CORRUPTION AND TERRORISM

It's time to mobilize the world to combat Terrorism.

Dear Mr. President,

My name is Stephen KINUTHIA, the Chairman of the Kenya Community in Diaspora - France, the founder of the Kenya Welfare Foundation (KWF) and the Kenya Overseas Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KOCCI).
I’m a humanitarian worker since 1990 with World Food Programme – Operation Life Line Sudan (OLS) as a food monitor, managing food droppings and distribution to the vulnerable South Sudanese population during the war that lasted for 22 years. Today, I’m working for Medecins Sans Frontiéres “Doctors without Borders” as an ICT - Asset Management and Procurement Officer since 15 years at the Headquarter in Paris.

I learned with a lot of excitement that you will visit your ancestors land Kenya in a couple of weeks from now, and this time as the President of the United States of America.

Mr President, We, Kenyans of all walks of life are impatient to receive you, the First Lady Michelle and your 2 lovely daughters ‘young ladies’ – Malia and Sasha.

Mr. President, my aim for this letter to you is to kindly request you to receive me for some minutes in your tight schedule during your visit to discuss three critical issues that are link to the current state of insecurity worldwide, namely: Helplessness and Hopelessness in our youth due to unemployment, a metastatic cancer of corruption in our society and Terrorism.

Under President Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya is becoming an Africa role model on development, good governance and in the fight against corruption etc…

Mr. President, We, Kenya community in Diaspora with the help of civil society associations in France organized a silent march in the streets of Paris in solidarity and in honour of the 148 Garissa University victims #148NOTJUSTANUMBER. I was shocked and disappointed to see that neither the political class nor the main Media houses were present in spite of our early invitation. Why this selective solidarity? Why this indifference when uniting against terror and barbarism? Are black Africans "Negroids" a sub-standard human race?

Mr. President, When the US was attacked “9/11” we all supported America and the American people, when Charlie Hebdo in heart of Paris was attacked, it was subject to unequivocal condemnation - we were all “Charlie” including our African leaders, but when Boko Haram killed over 2000 people in Baga, Nigeria, or Nairobi WestGate attack, and today, Al-Shabaab executed in cold blood the 148 Kenyan people amongst them 142 defenseless students in Garissa University. It was only mentioned in the last minutes of the World News. #BringBackOurGirls when Boko Haram kidnapped schoolgirls in Chibok in Nigeria in 2014, is the interest however soon dying away?

I would have loved to see the world leaders rallying behind His Excellency the President Uhuru Kenyatta and his government to console the Nation and in his engagement with the international community in fighting terrorism and Al-Shabaab in Somalia.

Mr. President, we are drawing too much attention to the advance of Al-Qaeda affiliates in Africa without giving the menace of terrorism the attention it deserves and imply the necessary strategies and measures to dismantle these groups that have become so powerful.

Radicalization in our youth is not a HOAX, and it’s partly due to higher levels of unemployment, poverty and social injustice. Neo-liberalism and Capitalism economic models and policies imposed on Africa by the West contribute significantly to the current problems facing the continent, and has a disastrous effect as it has widen the gap between the rich and the poor thus reducing the middle class, increasing economic hardship of the larger population and pushed more young people towards alcoholism, drugs, crimes and extremism.

Mr. President, You are better informed than I do - Terrorism has changed face. Terrorism has changed Modus operandi. Terrorism is Global Threat that requires a Global response and solutions. Combating terrorism requires the combined action of all instruments of international cooperation.

We shall never win the terror war by issuing Security Advisories when African countries are hit by terrorist.

As President George Bush said after 9/11 attack and I quote “You are either with us or with them”.

As I addressed during the Paris gathering on 8th/April: Dadaab refugee camp is home to more than 350,000 Somalis, the second largest city of Somalis after capital of Mogadishu. The camps is a breeding ground, a nursery for terrorists - the al Shabaab militants, bandits, smugglers and kidnappers are active and recruiting with impunity in the camp.

The camp is equally harboring Somali Al Shabaab extremist militants who have carried out a series of terrorist attacks on Kenyan soil.

We asked the United Nations for Refugees and the Government of the Republic of Kenya to take necessary measures and arrange for safe return of all Somali refugees to their country and to close down Dadaab refugee camp in northern Kenya.

Mr. President, in your bag of goodies for Africa and Kenya, I request you to kindly consider the youth, support the fight against terror, the cloture and safe return of the Somalian refugees in Dadaab camp.

Hope to hear from you.

Kind regards
Patriot Stephen KINUTHIA
Tel: + 33 (0) 6 89097301
Tel: [email protected]

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Merci à tous ceux qui ont participé à la marche parisienne le 19 avril 2015 en soutien aux kenyans et aux familles des v...
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Merci à tous ceux qui ont participé à la marche parisienne le 19 avril 2015 en soutien aux kenyans et aux familles des victimes des attaques terroristes de Garissa. Grand merci!

Stephen KINUTHIA
President de la communauté Kenya dans la Diaspora

La Maison du Kenya - France
83Bis Rue Petit
75019 Paris
Tel: +33 (0) 689097301
Email: [email protected]

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17/04/2015
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Patriot Stephen Kinuthia on TeleSud television on Garissa terror attack. Join us on Sunday 19th/April/2015 at Place de la Republique - 14:00 pour une Marche silencieuse en solidarité et hommage aux victimes de l'attantat terrorist à l'université de Garissa au Nord de Kenya - 150 km de la frontiére de Kenya/Somalie
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JT du 17/04/15 présenté par Patricia Drailline

#148notjustanumber   L’ambassade de la République Kenya à Paris et  la communauté Kenyane de la Diaspora avec l’aide des...
16/04/2015

#148notjustanumber

L’ambassade de la République Kenya à Paris et la communauté Kenyane de la Diaspora avec l’aide des associations de la société civile, organisent une Marche silencieuse en solidarité avec les victimes de l’attentat à l’université de Garissa au Kenya qui a eu lieu le 02 avril 2015.

Il s’agit d’une marche suivie d'une commémoration à Paris le Dimanche 19 Avril de 14h à 20h.

Cette marche démarrera à la Place de la République à 15h et se terminera à Bastille où une action symbolisant les 148 victimes sera menée suivie d’une courte prise de parole.

Nous invitons les citoyens, la société civile française et les diasporas africaines à mobiliser le plus grand nombre pour faire de cette marche une réussite.

Amenez une Rose Blanche, ton message de soutien ou le drapeau Kenya

VENEZ NOMBREUX.

La communauté Kenya dans la Diaspora
« Kenya Community in Diaspora »

La Maison du Kenya – France
85Bis Rue Petit
75019 Paris
Stephen : 0689097301
Email : [email protected]

16/04/2015

#148notjustanumber

L’ambassade de la République Kenya à Paris et la communauté Kenyane de la Diaspora avec l’aide des associations de la société civile, organisent une Marche silencieuse en solidarité avec les victimes de l’attentat à l’université de Garissa au Kenya qui a eu lieu le 02 avril 2015.

Il s’agit d’une marche suivie d'une commémoration à Paris le Dimanche 19 Avril de 14h à 20h.

Cette marche démarrera à la Place de la République à 15h et se terminera à Bastille où une action symbolisant les 148 victimes sera menée suivie d’une courte prise de parole.
Nous invitons les citoyens, la société civile française et les diasporas africaines à mobiliser le plus grand nombre pour faire de cette marche une réussite.

Amenez une Rose Blanche, ton message de soutien ou le drapeau Kenya

VENEZ NOMBREUX.

16/04/2015

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION - PREFECTURE DE POLICE DE PARIS

No d'annonce : 1587 Paru le : 29/05/2004

Association : MAISON DU KENYA (KCA EUROPE). No de parution : 20040022 Département (Région) : Paris (Île-de-France)

Lieu parution : Déclaration à la préfecture de police. Type d'annonce : ASSOCIATION/MODIFICATION

Déclaration à la préfecture de police. Ancien titre : MAISON DU KENYA (M.C.T.K.). Nouveau titre : MAISON DU KENYA (KCA EUROPE). Nouvel objet : rechercher des bailleurs des fonds pour des activités relatives à l’éducation, la santé, la recherche scientifique et technologique ; favoriser des échanges culturels, sportifs, dans les domaines de santé, de l’éducation et de la technologie entre des villes kenyanes et françaises ; promouvoir le développement économique et social ; réunir les étudiants de la communauté kenyane dans l’Union européenne et représenter ou fédérer des organismes kenyan ; aider dans leurs démarches administratives et juridiques les étudiants et migrants kenyans en France et/ou Europe ; soutenir les écoles, les centres accueillant les orphelins ou enfants handicapés au Kenya ; aider à la protection de l’environnement. Siège social : 83 bis, rue Petit, 75019 Paris. Date de la déclaration : 7 mai 2004.


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Hundreds gather in Paris in memory of slain Kenyan students

Kenyan flags waved in the breeze over Paris’s Place de la République Wednesday as several hundred people gathered for a memorial service for the 148 Kenyan people, mainly students, killed last Thursday by al Shabaab militants.

Kenyan flags waved in the breeze over Paris’s Place de la République Wednesday as several hundred people gathered for a memorial service for the 148 Kenyan people, mainly students, killed last Thursday by al Shabaab militants.

Hundreds gather in Paris in memory of slain Kenyan studentsKenyan flags waved in the breeze over Paris’s Place de la Rép...
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Hundreds gather in Paris in memory of slain Kenyan students

Kenyan flags waved in the breeze over Paris’s Place de la République Wednesday as several hundred people gathered for a memorial service for the 148 Kenyan people, mainly students, killed last Thursday by al Shabaab militants.

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