“Thank You Very Much,” Dj Jimmy and Gideon Tells Wakenya And Friends.
Dj. Jimmy and family has sent a message of thanks to the Kenyan community in Stockholm and friends who helped raise funds last week after the family lost their beloved sister. Speaking to Jamii by phone, he said, “Kenyan community in Stockholm, friends and all who supported our family, we are grateful for the good work Wakenya and friends did to raise more than 12,000 kr in a short period of time.”
Speaking to Jamii at the same time, the chairman of the funeral committee Mr. Mark Gaya sincerely appreciated the efforts Wakenya and friends did to come together to raise funds and stand in solidarity with Jimmy’s family. Some of the Kenyans who were present were; Makan Macharia, Betty Otiato, Marcy Brown, Bridget, Cris, Mzee Gerry Midenyo, Nickson Adu, Mark Gaya, Tony Odero, Caro Oyodo and many others. Speaking to mourners, Mzee Midenyo told Wakenya to continue with the same spirit of helping one another in time of crisis. Mzee Midenyo challenged the Kenyan ambassador to Sweden Mrs. Purity Muhindi to support Wakenya by showing up in this kind of gatherings. He continued to attack the Kenyan embassy staff in Sweden for dividing Wakenya.
Jamii and crew wishes Jimmy and his family well and our prayers will remain with family during this dark period.
Munala wa Munala.
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