This is the post that made Kenyans start donating sh10 to Okiya Omtatah, so far about 200k has been raised. Please keep the donations going, he is the hope of Kenyans NASA is now in Jubilee.
By Kaba Kaba who is actually is feeling very thankful.
Every working Kenyan should mpesa Omtata kshs 10 za photocopy,busfare,lunch,etc,
It should total to somewhere above sh 10 million.
At least turudishe mkono.
Ama namna gani?
OMTATA’S OFFICIAL MPESA NUMBER IS
DO NOT SEND TO ANY OTHER
It’s time Kenyans showed Omtatah some love. He’s stood with us through thick & thin. Let’s buy him a cup of tea, lunch ama, kafare. Hashtag ni #OmtatahFriday. If you can spare some cash, MPesa ni Andrew Okoiti 0722684777. Sio lazima kama tax ni kujitolea tunajitolea.
Mbugua Kaba has in the past worked for the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC), RPP & PAT among other organizations.
In his early years of activism Kaba was arrested countless times with other activists while rising against issues affecting the common man. Kaba moved to the United States in 2010 and from there he has kept in touch with activists back home.
Kaba is also a professional journalist having graduated from Andrew Crawford Media School in 2005.
He has produced several documentaries among them;
*Wretched of the Slopes
*Crying to be Free
Kaba continues to fight for justice in North Carolina where he is a member of the local NAACP chapter, Amnesty International and member of the Moral Monday Movement.
Let’s celebrate our brother Mbugua Kaba for reminding us of our moral obligation to stand for and with each other especially during these trying times for a majority of us.