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The High Commissioner, H.E John L. Lanyasunya represented Kenya during the private screening of the new Lion King film, which took place in Toronto, Canada on 29th July, 2019. The movie serves as a useful platform for promoting Kenyan tourist locations, considering that most of the scenes were shot in Kenya. The event was attended by about 200 travel operators who were addressed by the High Commissioner and urged to sell Kenya as a preferred tourist destination. The occasion was held in partnership between Kenya Tourism Board and Goway Travel. ... See MoreSee Less

The High Commissioner, H.E John L. Lanyasunya represented Kenya during the private screening of the new Lion King film, which took place in Toronto, Canada on 29th July, 2019. The movie serves as a useful platform for promoting Kenyan tourist locations, considering that most of the scenes were shot in Kenya. The event was attended by about 200 travel operators who were addressed by the High Commissioner and urged to sell Kenya as a preferred tourist destination. The occasion was held in partnership between Kenya Tourism Board and Goway Travel.

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3 weeks ago
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E passport is available now ?

3 weeks ago   ·  1
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IMPORTANT UPDATE :
The E-passport deadline has been extended from August 31st 2019 to 1st March 2020.
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IMPORTANT UPDATE :
The E-passport deadline has been extended from August 31st 2019 to 1st March 2020.

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Hope so this will be done. I will be glad as we can not experience much difficulties in the future Thanks your excellency

4 weeks ago
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For you to pay the fees for the e passport you need an e citizen log on and the site only accepts kenyan phone numbers. Not a reasonable expectation for someone in diaspora

1 week ago
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Bring e-passports to the people just like the huduma namba. Thanks president Hon Kenyatta. God bless you and God bless Kenya.

4 weeks ago
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Going to Washington to get an e-passport doesn’t make any sense. So one has to travel to Washington to get a new passport or renew as the requirement is to get digital photos. So if the USA does not give you visa or allow you entry how will someone go and get it done? Now that person is at the mercy of the US government. This option was not well thought I guess. How about accepting digital photos uploaded with your application and to mail them in, you need to make life easy and need to change with times. It costs money to travel, it’s not free.

4 weeks ago   ·  9
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Still have to make a trip to the US to get this done... #BureKabisa

4 weeks ago   ·  2
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Thats good. but where can we start applying for e-passports?

4 weeks ago
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E passport is available at the embassy?

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Trump's way of keeping immigrants away from his hallowed grounds maybe. He works in wonderous ways....

4 weeks ago
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Hope Kenya High Commission Ottawa will start processing

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What about huduma number?

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Wananchi Wa Kenya Group in Toronto held their annual Kenya Nite cultural Extravaganza on 22nd June 2019 in Brampton Ontario under the theme " Under the Mara Sky" emphasizing the rich cultural heritage of the Maasai through decor, cultural artifacts and dress. Guests were entertained through Kenya music, dance and cuisine. A silent auction was held aimed at raising funds to support various activities in Kenya. Raffle ticket's included a return ticket to Kenya and two nights at Maasai Mara. The High Commission was represented by Amb. (Prof.) Jane Kerubo-PhD and Mrs. Sophia Amboye. ... See MoreSee Less

Wananchi Wa Kenya Group in Toronto held their annual Kenya Nite cultural Extravaganza on 22nd June 2019 in Brampton Ontario under the theme  Under the Mara Sky emphasizing the rich cultural heritage of the Maasai  through decor, cultural artifacts and dress. Guests were entertained through Kenya music, dance and cuisine.  A silent auction was held aimed at raising funds to support various activities in Kenya. Raffle tickets included a return ticket to Kenya and  two nights at Maasai Mara. The High Commission was represented by Amb. (Prof.) Jane Kerubo-PhD and Mrs. Sophia Amboye.

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That was a great event! My family, friends and I had an awesome time. Events organized by the "Kenya Nite" team are always memorable events!

2 months ago
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I'd love to travel to Canada

2 months ago
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Great evening it was.

2 months ago
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Awesome!

2 months ago
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Oh I would come to that!

2 months ago
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Where do this event's get advertised?

2 months ago   ·  1
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Missed

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