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IMAGES: Kenyans in Reading Family Fun Day supported by Diaspora Insurance

African diasporans on Saturday flocked to the Kenyans in Reading Family Fun Day sponsored by Diaspora Insurance. The event brought together hundreds of Kenyans, Tanzanians, Ugandans, Malawians, Zambians and Zimbabweans across the United Kingdom. Guests enjoyed sporting activities including 100m races, tug of war, basketball, football and jumping castles for kids and treated themselves to Kenyan cuisines, drinks and music. Diaspora Insurance pitched a gazebo at the venue where potential clients came to enquire about our insurance products and services. IMAGES… Read More
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African Women In Europe Applaud Diaspora Insurance Products

By Paidashe Mandivengerei GERMANY based Kenyan influencer and motivational speaker, Joy Wanjiru Machugu-Zenz (pictured) has applauded Diaspora Insurance describing it as the provider of the ‘perfect insurance product’ that comes in handy to African diasporans. Zenz who founded the African Women In Europe (AWE) said this as her association partnered with Diaspora Insurance. She also clinched a brand ambassador deal with the United Kingdom headquartered company. AWE was created in 2008 to create empowerment, investment and networking opportunities for African women living in Europe. Two years after its inception the association introduced AWE Awards which celebrate women across various categories.… Read More
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Kenya Nurses And Midwives Association Launched In UK

On the 26th of March 2022 the Kenya Nurses and Midwives Association (KENMA) – UK held their first face-to-face launch at Crowne Plaza Hotel in Reading, United Kingdom. The leadership of KENMA-UK comprises Bernice Boore – President, Sally Nyinza – Vice President, Joseph Pakia – Secretary and Irene Macharia – Admin. KENMA-UK is a professional association of Kenyan nurses and midwives who are now living and working in the United Kingdom. The launch of the association comes at a critical time soon after the worst part of the COVID-19 pandemic that disproportionately affected healthcare workers from ethnic minority backgrounds. Recognising… Read More
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GoFundMe to repatriate ‘young impressionable friend’ from UK to Kenya

GoFundMe: Samuel Khachatourian is organizing this fundraiser on behalf of Lucy Kariuki A few words from Samuel Hi, we are fundraising for our 19 year old friend who sadly passed away this week. We cannot believe such a young, impressionable friend like Rio left us so early and suddenly. We are all still in shock and want to try to support his family in any way possible. Rio’s family would like to send him to Kenya to have his funeral there as many of his family members and relatives reside there. The repatriation of a body to Kenya from the… Read More
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Diaspora Insurance sponsors Miss Africa Great Britain 2021

It was a Friday evening in east London. It was getting dark and chilly. A snaking queue of excited people is forming outside the grand Royal Regency Hall in Manor Park. Security was at the gate, checking tickets and issuing wristbands. Inside, the hall was even grander, with huge golden chandeliers hanging from the decorated high ceilings. Beautiful African vibes filled the hall. It was the Grand Finale of the Miss Africa Great Britain 2021. 17 finalists from 17 African countries were competing that night and one of them was going to be crowned the Miss Africa GB 2021, not… Read More
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Diaspora Insurance steering the Miss Africa Great Britain event

Diaspora Insurance is proud to be sponsoring the finals of Miss Africa Great Britain 2021. The event with contestants from various African countries will take place on the 5th of November in London at the prestigious Royal Regency Hall, Contestants were drawn from UK residents of African origin, countries ranging from Angola, Botswana, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Ethiopia,  Mozambique, DRC, Eswatini, Namibia, and many more. “As Diaspora Insurance, we are only playing our party in contributing to community initiatives involving the Diaspora communities,” said Diaposra Insurance Director, Dr. Sibert Mandega, Diaspora Insurance is… Read More
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Shona Ferguson Passes Away … Africa robbed of a film icon

According to Sunday World, Connie Ferguson’s husband, Shona, has passed away. Shona passed away at the Milpark private hospital in Johannesburg on Friday afternoon. The media mogul was admitted there last week after suffering from chest pains. It was later discovered that he had heart problems and he underwent a major heart operation. A source to the family confirmed the matter. “I can confirm that he just died. Connie is busy with the funeral arrangements,” said the source. Attempts to solicit comments from Connie drew a blank as her phone, understandably, just rang unanswered. Earlier this week, Sunday World reported… Read More
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How fathers of African origin are coping in the Diaspora – Unpacking the challenges

IT IS Fathers’ Day this Sunday, 20 June. Fatherhood is not only a blessing and a full-time assignment that transcends time but an eternal calling. Are the diaspora fathers living up to the challenge or are they caught in a conundrum of socio-dynamics eroding the ‘head of the house’ power-base? Is traditional fatherhood under siege and being debased by a silent socio-phenomenon? The diaspora fatherhood challenges are immense and to unpack the evolving challenges, a panel of experts will on Saturday 19 June at 7 pm UK time tackle the issues head-on as a part of celebrating Fathers’ Day. Hosted… Read More
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