SPECIAL JKL SHOW AT KUDO LAUNCH MAY 21, 2016 WASHINGTON DC METRO

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SPECIAL JKL SHOW AT KUDO LAUNCH MAY 21, 2016 WASHINGTON DC METRO

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  • SPECIAL JKL  SHOW  AT KUDO LAUNCH MAY  21, 2016 WASHINGTON DC METRO
    Jeff Koinange, best known as Mr. Oh My, Oh My or Mr. What a show! Will be
    visiting the US and will produce the first ever JKL show outside Kenya. Jeff has
    accepted the invitation to be the special guest during the launch of Kenya United
    Diaspora Organization (KUDO). In addition, Jeff will have a book signing session for
    his book Through My African Eyes.
    Other invited special guests are Kenya Ambassador to the US, HE. Ambassador
    Robinson Githae, Vincent Makori, anchor of Africa 54-Voice of America’s English
    television live news magazine show,Adoga Kiharangwa,KUDO chairman among
    many others.
    The Kenya United Diaspora Organization (KUDO) will be formally launched on May
    21, 2016 in the Washington DC Metro Area, at Gaithersburg Marriott Washington
    Center. All Kenyans from the Diaspora are invited to participate by registering at the
    KUDO Website.
    KUDO is a non-political grassroots organization that has been established in an effort
    to create a more inclusive member directed organization that is responsible to her
    membership and caters to Kenya’s best interest. KUDO members are spread across all
    continents with the aim of creating one global voice that positively influence
    policymakers who deal with issues that adversely affect the Diaspora. Also by sharing
    knowledge and skills and utilizing economies of scale, Kudo plans partnership with
    others to bring socio-economic prosperity to her members and their descendants, and
    to create permanent employment and sustainable economic growth in the Motherland.
  • Learn more about KUDO at the website www.kudovoice.com
    KUDO formal launch would be done in a special event featuring Jeff Koinange, a
    respectable media personality, with immense experience on issues that affect Kenyans
    in the diaspora, having himself been part of the diaspora. Jeff Koinange will broadcast
    the JKL show as part of the KUDO launch program. Join us as we launch KUDO in a
    special JKL show. Other programs at the launch will include Kenya ID registration
    conducted by the Kenya Embassy, entertainments and a sumptuous meal.
    Jeff Koinange, is one of Africa’s most well-known and experienced television
    journalists, is known to viewers across Africa from his days as CNN’s Senior Africa
    Correspondent, a post he held for six turbulent years from 2001-7.
    Jeff won plaudits for his reporting of major events from all across the African
    continent. These include the violent civil war that led to the overthrow of Charles
    Taylor in Liberia- where he secured an exclusive interview with the outgoing
    president- to the subsequent inauguration of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in Liberia as
    Africa’s first female-elected president, and the arrest and deportation of Charles
    Taylor.
    He reported from Sudan on the crisis in Darfur and also from Uganda on the refugees
    who had fled Sudan’s Lord’s Resistance Army. Based in Lagos, he covered Nigeria
    extensively, its politics, its economy and its people and traveled extensively to
    numerous other African countries reflecting life on the continent to CNN’s global
    audience.
    Although Jeff was CNN’s Africa Correspondent, his journalistic talents meant he
    frequently reported from outside the continent. In 2005, he was part of CNN’s
    Peabody Award winning team that covered the devastation wreaked on New Orleans
    by Hurricane Katrina. He also reported from Baghdad on the post-war insurgency,
    reconstruction and the historic elections in Iraq in 2005.
    Other significant events Jeff covered during his time with CNN included the US
    President, George W Bush’s Africa tour, the first by a sitting US Republican
    President.
    In 2005 Jeff won a Television EMMY (the only Kenyan Journalist to have ever won
    one) for coverage of the devastating famine in the West African nation of Niger. Other
    awards included the George Foster PEABODY award for his coverage of the
    devastating effects of Hurricane Katrina in 2006, the Vernon Jarrett Bronze Medal in
    both 2006 and 2007 for ‘Best Feature’ on ‘Mass Rapes in the Congo’ and ‘Famine in
    Malawi’ respectively.
    In 2006, Jeff was awarded the Prix Bayeaux for War Correspondents for his reporting
    on the civil war in the Congo.
    He is currently the host of the twice weekly popular and controversial Talk Show, Jeff
    Koinange LIVE #JKL broadcast on Kenya’s Television Network, KTN.
    Jeff holds a Bachelors Degree from New York University (Class of ’91).
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