GER­MAN UNITY DAY MARKED IN MOM­BASA

The Star (Kenya) - - Society -

In Novem­ber 1989, the great Berlin wall came down. In 1990, the treaty re­unit­ing both Ger­ma­nies was signed, es­tab­lish­ing Oc­to­ber 3, as a Day of Na­tional Unity.

Ger­man am­bas­sador Jutta Frasch last week held a cock­tail to cel­e­brate the coun­try’s Na­tional Day, com­mem­o­rat­ing 26 years of re­uni­fi­ca­tion. A sim­i­lar event was held in Nairobi and the en­voy said they had to hold an­other in Mom­basa be­cause many Ger­mans stay there.

Present at the cock­tail held at Tamarind Ho­tel was Mom­basa gov­er­nor Has­san Joho, nom­i­nated se­na­tor Emma Mbura and Mom­basa ed­u­ca­tion ex­ec­u­tive Lewa Mtana at­tended.

/ JOHN CHESOLI

CAP­TIONS

1. Mom­basa county ed­u­ca­tion Tendai Lewa with Haki Africa ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Hus­sein Khalid.

2. Ger­man teach­ers Janet Mbati, Wil­liam Gambo and John­son Katana.

3. Ger­man Am­bas­sador Jutta Frasch with Gov­er­nor Has­san Joho.

4. Muhammed Ra­mazani with Elle Ra­mazani.

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