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this week in PHOTOS
Skal International President Susanna Saari
and the CEO Daniela Otero, attend the Iftar dinner at
the Shehnai restaurant courtesy of the Skal Mombasa
Club. In attendance was the proprietor of Shehnai
Mehboob Harunani who is also the congress chair for the
Skal Congress 2018 and his Vice Chair Maureen Ogola. The
two VIP’s were in Mombasa to inspect the venue ahead of
the 79th Skal International Congress to be held in
Mombasa from 17th - 21st October 2018.
Kwale senator Issa Juma chats with opposition leader
Raila Odinga and Mombasa Governor Hassan Ali Joho during
the annual Mombasa Governor’s Iftar held at Serani
School playing ground in Mvita Constituency, Mombasa.
County speaker Arub IbrahimKhatri looks on.
Kenya Airways paid a
courtesy call on Cabinet Secretary for Labour and Social
Protection Ukur Yatani. The meeting whose aim was to
highlight importance of the Fly Kenya Policy gave us the
opportunity to showcase KQ partnering with Government
including our Products and new Routes. Sales Manager
Mohamed Hamo presents a KQ Model Aircraft to CS Labour
Dear Diary Initiatives
(K) members donated ration to an Orphanage in Takaungu
on 12th May, 2018 .The ration was donated for the holy
month of Ramadhan. Seen are Zahira Adamjee, Kalama,
Nafisa Khanbhai, Aadil Butt, Farhaan Yusuf and Naseem
(not in picture).
Mehul Sutar [left], the Operations Manager of Home
Garden and Patio shows a mix of wood and concrete
pots for plants to Jindu Sokhi [center] and Satti
Bharij when they visited the Company’s stand at this
year’s Kenya Flower and Plant Show.
Appolo Ongango of NSSF SACCO [left] confers
with Wilberforce Chebet Mibei of JAMII SACCO after
the official opening of the Credit Board Workshop
held at Travellers Beach Hotel, Club and spa. About
50 delegates attended the three day event.
PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU
Delegates follow the proceedings during the
official launch of the Northern Corridor Technical
Committee (NCTTCA) at Nyali Sun Africa Beach Hotel
and Spa. Over 100 delegates drawn from East and
Central Africa attended the four days meeting.
The President and chief Executive of Tata
Daewoo Commercial Vehicles, a part of India’s Tata
Group Kim Kwan Kju [right] is being conducted around
tour of Associated Vehicles Assembling (AVA) Plant
by the plants Quality Manager Moses Abiero during
the official Launching of two new Kenyan assembled
Daewoo Novus Tipper and Prime Movers, in Kenya, with
partner Tata Africa holding (Kenya) Ltd. Setting new
benchmarks in styling and features, Daewoo Novus is
a combination of power, world-class performance,
durability, reliability, superior technology and
safety. The launch of these commercial vehicles
marks TDCV’s continued efforts towards changing the
trucking landscape and the varied terrains in
Kenya’. In the Tipper segment, Tata Daewoo
Commercial Vehicles introduced the Daewoo NOVUS
K6D6F and V3T6F in the Prime Mover segment.
PHOTO BY TITUS MUSAU
Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways. Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
- Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions.
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf