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Kenyan Ph.D. Candidate Wins Award at Federation of Graduate Students Research Symposium

Elizabeth Wachira, a Ph.D. candidate in Health Studies, presented her research topic, “Health Disparities and Homelessness: Exploring Vulnerabilities as Determinants of Health” at the Federation Graduate Student Research Symposium held… Read more »

[VIDEO] Dallas City zones popular Kenyan mechanic shop out of business, petition launched

In 2005, the city of Dallas changed the zoning for Hinga Mbogo’s property to prohibit neighborhood mechanic shops. Using a procedure called “amortization,” they gave him a certain amount of… Read more »

Kenyan school administrator in Boston will speak about autism at UN

When he speaks about autism at the United Nations on Friday, John Irungu Maina will have a global audience for a condition often misunderstood around the world. It will be… Read more »

Kenyan Footballer Joseph Thumbi Wangige – From the streets of Kenya to Newport F.C in England [VIDEO]

Since founding IFX in 2003, we have worked with hundreds of players over the years from all corners of the globe. I can say that we have worked with many… Read more »

10 irritating things about Kenyans from Diaspora

One time, former boxing champion Conjestina Achieng went on a two-week tour of the USA and when she came back to Kenya, she couldn’t stop saying, “You know worr I… Read more »

Kenyan pastor in Boston sued by parishioners for alleged corrupt practices, judge orders urgent final talks

A judge at the Norfolk Superior Court in Dedham near Boston declined to immediately dismiss a lawsuit by a large group of members of the All Saints Anglican church, an… Read more »

The Saddest Kenyan Diaspora Returnee

Anthony Njogu got in touch with me via Facebook saying he’d like to share his “rudi nyumbani” story. I have to change his name to avoid any drama arising. His… Read more »

Kenyan Suspect in Massachusetts trooper’s death had suspended license reinstated in 2014 [VIDEO]

The driving history of the hospitalized motorist who allegedly killed a state trooper after crashing into his unmarked cruiser on the Massachusetts Turnpike includes a 180-day license suspension on Oct…. Read more »

[VIDEO] Kenyan killed after veering into oncoming traffic near Kent in Washington State

Van driver killed after veering into oncoming traffic near Kent A man was killed Tuesday morning when his van veered into oncoming traffic and hit a car near Kent, King… Read more »

Kenyan-Owned Home Care Agency under Fraud Investigation, Lays Off 800 Employees in Worcester, Massachusetts

A Worcester home health care agency that is the target of a fraud investigation says it laid off most of its workers, disrupting services for hundreds of patients, after the… Read more »

Kenyan diaspora sues to stop voter registration

Kenyans in the diaspora have moved to court seeking to stop the ongoing voter registration on grounds that the process has left out eligible citizens living outside the country. The… Read more »

How former first lady lost a huge chunk of land in Ruiru

When Mama Ngina, Kenya’s premier First Lady, decided to sell a good chunk of her land in Ruiru in 1986, little did she know that she would end up in… Read more »

Veteran journalist Philip Ochieng to meet his American daughter after 54 years

Juliette Akinyi Ochieng, the American daughter of renowned journalist Philip Ochieng, is coming home. The journalist and former US Air Force Reserve officer arrives in Nairobi from Los Angeles on… Read more »

Nigerian couple in Texas ‘enslaved’ nanny by making her work 20 hours per day without pay while repeatedly abusing her [VIDEO]

A Houston-area couple forced a Nigerian woman to care for their five children and home without pay during a two-year period in which she was physically and verbally abused, made… Read more »

Desperate Journeys: Kenyans Risk Gunfire, Drowning in Treks to Europe

There are about three million Kenyans in the diaspora. Some have travelled legally, but many others have moved via perilous illegal routes, often putting their lives in danger. Some spend… Read more »