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Members of Mombasa relief intuitive [MRI] based in Chicago US are seen on arrival at pa pweza Adamsville beach resort where they were received by the hotels Acting General Manager John Kiarie [left]. They are from [left to right] Michael Pattrick, Mark Abston, Don Harris (President), Anna Seboru (country Executive Director), Amos Ellis, Darnell Fourte, Frank Moore, Tony Reed, and Kelvin Bledsoe. PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU

Nyali MP Hon. Hezron Awiti Bollo [right] cuts the tape to officially open Crown Paints offices at Nyali Centre building next to naivas supper market. looking on is the company CEO Rakesh Rao. Kenya’s leading paint manufacturer ‘Crown Paints’ has unveiled its third ultra-modern showroom in Mombasa, barely a week after the Nakuru launch. Speaking during the opening ceremony in Mombasa, Crown Paints Kenya Ltd, CEO Rakesh Rao said the multi-million outlet will equip customers, developers and general public with more knowledge in regards to paints. PHOTO - TITUS MUSAU.

The Aga Khan Hospital Mombasa (AKHM) hosted East African rehabilitation team members (AKUHN and AKH-Dar) for a weekend of Cardiac Rehabilitation training hosted by the IHPA, USA (Ismaili Health Professionals Association). AKHM is proud to launch Mombasa’s first and only Out-patient Cardiac Rehabilitation Programme. Above [from left first row] Nishi Dhanidina, Fatuma Ayoub, Prudence Joy, Salima Dhalla. [from left top row] Ali D. Kanji, Fatma Said, Korir Cheruiyot, Peter Osoo, Elijah Makau, Fauzia Karmali, Michael Maina.

Winners during Ladies Charity Golf at Nyali Golf and Country Club. Aameen Dhanji seen [from left] togather with Susan Stokes, Alice Wahome, S.G Gudka, Reaz Alibhai and John Stokes. PHOTO - GILBERT ONCHOKE

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Sarova Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary Assistant Warden Donart Mwakio is seen [from left] together with Ranger Joseph Shayo, head drive Wilson Msembi and Ranger Wilson Mkala. They were on Sanctuary patrol to check on tourist and wildlife security. Sarova Taita hills game lodges, have an airstrip adjacent to the Sarova Taita hills game lodge. The airstrip is used for air patrol of the sanctuary by the sanctuary wardens and KWS as well as landing zone for charter plane with tourist. The airstrip is on: Elevation: 1015 M Above sea level, Longitude: 38.14° East, Latitude: 03.30° South Average Temp: 26°c.e.

Kenchic Limited has developed a whole range of convenient chicken pieces to suit different consumers as more Kenyans recognize the importance of white meat in their diet. Mumbi Njukia (left) the Factory Manager at the Kenchic Tigoni Processing Plant and Ann Gichinga (right) inspect samples of the cuts at the factory.

Token of Appreciation: - Coast Hockey Association Chairman Oliver Mascarenhas presents Peter Barnard with the CHA wooden logo and Certification of Appreciation. Ten teams in total participated in the first CHA Secondary Schools Hockey Festival held at Braeburn Mombasa Hockey pitch on 15- 16, March 2014. Well known school teams that have already qualified for Provincial Championships were also present including Matuga Girls (Kwale County), St. John’s Girls and St. Georges (Kilifi County), Shimo La Tewa, St. Charles Lwanga and Aga Khan Academy (Mombasa County), including hosts Braeburn Mombasa Inter-national School (BMIS).

Dr. M.A Fazil has been elected Chairman of Punjabi Muslim Association during a meeting held at Mombasa at Tudor Water Sports Club. Latif Juma is seen [from left] with Mohamed Zakaria, Dr Zahir Alavi, Shabbir H Talab, Chairman Elect Dr. M A Fazil, Abdulkader Ramzan, Mehboob Khan, Salim Sumra, Mohamed Nazir Khan and Ifthikar Malik. The function was opened with a ‘dars’ and ‘dua’ by Dr. Aazmi, a muslim scholar. The returning officer for the election was Shabbir Talab, Chairman of the Kutchi Sunni Muslim Council in Mombasa. Observers from all the ‘sunni jamaats’ in Mombasa were present to validate a free and fair election process.


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