Nai Ni Who – Celebrations

Wilsen Initiative is proud to have participated in the Nai Ni Who celebration on Saturday 11th May 2013 that was organized by the GoDown Arts Centre for South B – zone. Our football team of young stars participated in the procession and later played football with South B youth from the Reuben rehabilitation center. We look for more partnerships of this kind to create a lasting connection and understanding amongst people of all races, tribes, age etc. while also celebrating their neighborhoods.

Thanks GoDown for the invitation.
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Extract from; http://www.nainiwho.co.ke/

CALLING ALL NAIROBIANS!
From May 11th to August 3rd, Nairobi is in the spotlight, sharing who we are – the real Nairobians, warts and all! And celebrating our specialness!
Nai Ni Who is a 3-month festival of neighborhood festivals -12 festivals in all covering 12 neighborhood zones.
Send in your pictures, YouTube movies, and your words on why your ‘hood holds an important place in our unique capital city to help create our Nai Ni Who online wall.
Get ready to party …. And remember to keep logging in for more info!

 

Football...

Football…

Who is Nairobi?

Who is Nairobi?

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Parade

Parade

Parade

Parade

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Football talent

Football talent

Song and Dance

Song and Dance

Choreography

Choreography

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Let us play

Let us play

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Dear Africa,

For God so loves Africa that He gave Africa the natural resources, talent, and wealth. For anyone who utilizes them for the good of humanity shall not perish but shall live in leading our great nations.

For the people who make us fight, who exploit the resources to the verge of creating civil wars, poverty and diseases, shall never escape the wrath of God. The only thing left is to repent and be a good example for many generations to come. I salute Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King and many others for standing against oppression and being selfless in leading a cause for the sake of others.

For a long time Africa my mother land, you have been associated with diseases, civil conflict and wars, hence the time is now to make a shift in thinking about how we do things for the prosperity of Africa. Some of the culprits of all these undoing aren’t only historical, from the colonial times, but also at present, the lack of implementation of policies and the dictatorial leadership and egocentric people who don’t love you Africa.
All this said and done, there are many things we need to celebrate in Africa; from wealth, flora and fauna of our national resources, talent, hospitality, climate etc. This is why it’s time we celebrate Africa even if there isn’t a day dedicated to you in the calendar year.

Things have happened in the past but we ought to forget and forgive and look at how we can rebuild our institutions by enshrining good leadership and prosperity of our great nations. I promise I will lift you higher and be proud to be an African. I shall connect with everyone from different cultures around the globe from North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Antarctica and Australia in fostering peace, love and unity in the World, as I believe change starts with me. I promise with God’s wish I shall work towards making you prouder than ever before, by creating positive change in the continent and spreading it all around the World.

As I conclude this letter, if only Africa you could identify your potentials and utilize it to the betterment of humanity, you can become a super power in terms of a peaceful haven for everyone, and God will continue blessing you abundantly.

Lastly, it is my prayer that this letter will get to you in good time and let your replies be seen in your good deeds in Agriculture, Technology, Sports, Arts and many more for the sake of growth rather than destruction.

Thank you,
Global citizen