The Kenyan Community In Western Australia

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Kirk

Perth, Australia

#1 Nov 12, 2007
Hi guyz,
Checkout http://kenyawa.org
Any Kenyan in Australia, specifically western australia.

The Kenyan Community In Western Australia (KCWA): a not-for-profit organization formed for the purpose of enhancement of Kenyans living, studying and working in Western Australia(WA).

Do checkout kenyawa.org .
Linda

Perth, Australia

#2 Nov 13, 2007
Hmm I can see kenyans in Perth are doing good! They should bring the same vibe down here in Sydney.
ismael mungo

Tacoma, WA

#4 May 6, 2008
hii goog fellas in perth im one of your bros in usa washington and im currently trying to contact
victor karanja in perth and gitau this two guys are my hommies from thika town kenya can anyone hit me at magode007@hotmail.com please thanks good fellas in perth and keep on representing!!!!!!!kwaheri
kakuiyia-seattle

Seattle, WA

#5 May 9, 2008
Hey- thats the way to go for those of you who are in Australia. I graduated from Monash University in Melbourne the immigration made sure that I left the country.The system did not tolerate Blacks.That was in 1969. GOOD-DAY.All above is fair dinkum mates.
SHIKU

Perth, Australia

#6 Jul 30, 2008
we cool down here, wanna invite all to the Banjika night every saturday at the bently tavern, off the great eastern high way, in perth, hope to see you all..ohh it starts at 8pm to 12pm be there and catch the latest musuc kutoka home
SHIKU

Perth, Australia

#7 Jul 30, 2008
we cool down here, wanna invite all to the Banjuka night every saturday at the bently tavern, off the great eastern high way, in perth, hope to see you all..ohh it starts at 8pm to 12pm be there and catch the latest musuc kutoka home
SHIKU

Perth, Australia

#8 Jul 30, 2008
we cool down here, wanna invite all to the Banjuka night every saturday at the bently tavern, off the great eastern high way, in perth, hope to see you all..ohh it starts at 8pm to 12pm be there and catch the latest music kutoka home
KAPUKA LOVERS

Australia

#9 Aug 11, 2008
When banjuka started off TWAS GREAT!! they did nothing but play us some cool flavas from back home, but right now its turned into SOME BULLSHIT JOINT!! who wants to dance to hip hop at banjuka! if we want hip hop we know where to go...somewhere better obviously..and that KENYA'S CAPITAL FM DJ is some DUMB ASS DJ who thinks that arrogance will take Him places, Somebody tell Him He's not here to be discovered by anyone, He's here to entertain us otherwise, RUDISHA HAYO MARINGO YAKO AFRICA!!
Kingross

Australia

#10 Aug 11, 2008
Funny someone said it at last, me n my homeboys love to down it at the Bentley tavern but can't be bothered anymore, we enjoyed a variety of African flavas but they obviously want to turn it into something else plus i totally agree there's some Dj up there who thinks He's hot shit, this is Australia and not kenya. Give us back African flavas.
KAPUKA LOVERS wrote:
When banjuka started off TWAS GREAT!! they did nothing but play us some cool flavas from back home, but right now its turned into SOME BULLSHIT JOINT!! who wants to dance to hip hop at banjuka! if we want hip hop we know where to go...somewhere better obviously..and that KENYA'S CAPITAL FM DJ is some DUMB ASS DJ who thinks that arrogance will take Him places, Somebody tell Him He's not here to be discovered by anyone, He's here to entertain us otherwise, RUDISHA HAYO MARINGO YAKO AFRICA!!
Looking

Omaha, NE

#11 Aug 18, 2008
Anyone in Perth know a Kevin Musyoki? if yes i am really looking for him. Please email me at rafikimerk@gmail.com. Thanks and i really appreciate it!!!!
Mamamikes Online

Nairobi, Kenya

#12 Sep 15, 2008
Furahisha your people at home by sending them shopping vouchers, airtime, cakes or flowers using

http://www.mamamikes.com/

Share Love Spread Happiness.
Ruby

Blacktown, Australia

#13 Oct 1, 2008
Looking wrote:
Anyone in Perth know a Kevin Musyoki? if yes i am really looking for him. Please email me at rafikimerk@gmail.com. Thanks and i really appreciate it!!!!
Hi there I know a Kevin Musyoki that use to live in Perth. Who would you be?
I can let him know your looking for him.
Harambee

Nairobi, Kenya

#14 Oct 2, 2008
Kirk wrote:
Hi guyz,
Checkout http://kenyawa.org
Any Kenyan in Australia, specifically western australia.
The Kenyan Community In Western Australia (KCWA): a not-for-profit organization formed for the purpose of enhancement of Kenyans living, studying and working in Western Australia(WA).
Do checkout kenyawa.org .
what business can be transacted with the Diaspora. Any proposals?
African queen

Nerang, Australia

#15 Oct 5, 2008
Hi everyone... banjuka is no more..dead...!! dead...!! dead...!!so many DJ 's who dont know what they are doing? wondering if they really care about the revenue bentley tavern brings cox if they did then their marketing team would know why no one wants to chill out there anymore and maybe they'd interview patrons and ask what kind of flavas they prefer, but it seems like a joint where everyone goes to play, pause and scratch shit( hoping to discover themselves as DJ's maybe) well I'll be going to test my DJ skills there too even though I am of female gender..its yours for the taking isnt't it Roy??
Tanashi

Perth, Australia

#16 Nov 4, 2008
Hi all!
You are all invited to a showing of the U.S Presidential Election at the Bentley Tavern Albany Hwy tomorrow Wed 05 Nov 2008.... Watch and Celebrate the Barrack Obama win! Come and represent Kenya, and be a part of what could be History in the Making!!!
Discount all drinks....
paul

Nedlands, Australia

#17 Dec 4, 2008
just arrived in perth this week for a workshop at UWA,staying at trinity, anyone close by? i could do with some company a i look for a church on sato
Kasandra Mwangi

Auckland, New Zealand

#18 Jan 13, 2009
hey sema wathii, just been going through the webpage and sounds like you guys are having a good time down there in Aussie, am planning to come there in April to visit but would love to listen to some locals from home.Yea so i just wanted to know which places happen and what social dos go on those sidez anyweiz us we bk in Newzealand but theres nothing much happening here so just let us know! would appreciate much.Pamoja
Guyz
Tshiku says wallapa
babawatoto

United States

#19 Feb 18, 2009
We would like to introduce Babawatoto.com an online portal that enables you to send a variety of practical and items to your relatives and friends in Kenya .

Babawatoto is an e-commerce company that allows the Kenyan Diaspora to meet the needs of their family at home without the need for money transfer services. Kenyans abroad can pay school fees, provide vouchers for shopping or home utilities, or transfer mobile airtime directly through the Internet.

At its inception, our goal was to make Babawatoto a platform to provide a convenient mechanism for Kenyans living abroad to send goods and services to their friends, relatives and business partners back home.Babawatoto targets customers with Kenyan roots all over the Diaspora and with the Families of this people in Kenya.

We are based in Dallas Texas USA and have an office in Nairobi's Langata Shopping Center that is staffed with competent staff to handle your all your orders. We also have a very efficient network set up and our process is Swift, Convenient and Secure. All you need is a credit or debit card and your recipients name and phone number and we will do the rest for you.

Over the past several months, we’ve delivered of cakes, bouquets of flowers, Greeting cards, KCSE/KCSE exam cards, Cell phone Airtime, MPESA,Fuel Vouchers, Shopping vouchers and other gifts to recipients in and around Nairobi, Mombasa,Nakuru, kisumu, Thika, Eldoret and several other towns around the country.

We would like to ask you to visit our website portal www.babawatoto.com and take a tour.

Thanks and we look forward to work with you!
babawatoto

United States

#20 Feb 18, 2009
We would like to introduce www.Babawatoto.com an online portal that enables you to send a variety of practical and items to your relatives and friends in Kenya .

Babawatoto is an e-commerce company that allows the Kenyan Diaspora to meet the needs of their family at home without the need for money transfer services. Kenyans abroad can pay school fees, provide vouchers for shopping or home utilities, or transfer mobile airtime directly through the Internet.

At its inception, our goal was to make Babawatoto a platform to provide a convenient mechanism for Kenyans living abroad to send goods and services to their friends, relatives and business partners back home.Babawatoto targets customers with Kenyan roots all over the Diaspora and with the Families of this people in Kenya.

We are based in Dallas Texas USA and have an office in Nairobi's Langata Shopping Center that is staffed with competent staff to handle your all your orders. We also have a very efficient network set up and our process is Swift, Convenient and Secure. All you need is a credit or debit card and your recipients name and phone number and we will do the rest for you.

Over the past several months, we’ve delivered of cakes, bouquets of flowers, Greeting cards, KCSE/KCSE exam cards, Cell phone Airtime, MPESA,Fuel Vouchers, Shopping vouchers and other gifts to recipients in and around Nairobi, Mombasa,Nakuru, kisumu, Thika, Eldoret and several other towns around the country.

We would like to ask you to visit our website portal http://www.babawatoto.com and take a tour.

Thanks and we look forward to work with you!
babawatoto

Alvarado, TX

#21 May 30, 2009
How it works via Babawatoto Online
o Send Money by making a TUMA PESA purchase of any denomination you want at babawatoto.com . We have TUMA PESA in denominations of Ksh 500/=, Ksh 1000/=, Ksh 2000/=, Ksh 3000/=,Ksh 5000/=, Ksh 10,000/ and Ksh 15,000/=.
o You will then need to provide the recipient's details including the names of the Recipient in Kenya.
o Complete transaction by making payment via Debit or credit card in our secure payment center PAYPAL.
o After that,we will process the transfer and once the order is complete, We will send you a follow up Email from BABAWATOTO informing you that we have completed sending money to the Recipient.
o The recipient Will then be contacted by phone by a Babawatoto staff member to collect their money.This will complete the Money transfer to friends and family in Kenya.
MOST FREQUENT QUESTION:
Why should I send money through Babawatoto yet I have been using other Multinational Money transfer service providers?
Babawatoto competes favorably with the leading Money transfer service providers. A comparative analysis shows that Babawatoto allows you to send small amounts of money at cheaper rates. Hardly anyone goes to western union to send Ksh1000/= Ksh2000/= or Ksh 3000/=.However with Babawatoto you can easily send those amounts for Adhoc needs back in Kenya .(This Service is very popular with customers who just want to support specific needs without having to send more money than they they need to e.g Students in the USA ).
Web Link:
http://babawatoto.com

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