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VIDEO: Ailing US based Kenyan radio personality Njoki Wa Ndegwa in dire need of help



Njoki Wa Ndegwa, the founder and  main host of Jambo Radio Network (formerly Jambo Boston Radio) is ailing.

Ms Ndegwa was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 and battled with the ailment for some time. And just when she thought the worst was over,  in October 2016, she was diagnosed with Metastatic Brain Tumor.

According to her family, she has since undergone several surgeries and continues with treatment at Parklands Hospital in Dallas, Texas.

According to a message posted on, in September 2017, Njoki lost her voice and mobility due to aggressive Metastatic Brain Tumors.

Before coming to the U.S., Ndegwa was a successful radio personality in Kenya. Once here, she thought she’d be a nurse, but quickly discovered her future wasn’t in medicine, choosing instead to follow the path she knew best…broadcasting.

Her friends urged her to go back to Kenya and resume her successful radio career at Kameme FM, but Ndegwa thought, “why not be a Kenyan radio host in Boston?”

The station did well but she later moved to Texas where she set up her equipment and continued with what she did best; connect people through her radio shows. This she did until she got ill.

Ms Ndegwa’s family is now appealing to well wishers in and outside the country to come to its aid.

She requires Chemotherapy, 24 hour bedside homecare services, rent, medical supplies and specialized breathing machine.

Watch a BBC documentary focusing on Njoki’s work as a radio personality:

To learn more of the current situation, Watch this video courtesy of Jeremy Damaris of Kikuyu Diaspora TV.



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Kenyan preacher set to hold a mega crusade in Atlanta this Saturday



All roads lead to Marietta Conference Centre this Saturday  as a Kenyan-born preacher holds a Mega free-entry crusade. Dubbed the Atlanta Healing Crusade, the eagerly awaited event will be presided over by Evangelist Steve Salania.

Mr Salania runs The Gift of Healing and Discernment through Jesus Christ Ministry.

“This year’s theme is God wants you whole and not sick,” he told Kenya Satellite News Network through a statement.

“God wants to do something for you that He has never done before. Don’t miss this opportunity to encounter the worldwide ministry of Steve Salania and experience the same impartation of the dynamic power of God that untold number of people have received,” the statement added.

The Crusade happens  on March 24th 2018, beginning at 2:00-5:00 PM. 

The Center is about ten miles West of Atlanta via I-75 North. You may call 404-993-0677 with any questions.

Below is a testimony from a person who only introduced him/herself as CJ

From C.J

“I BELIEVE IN YOUR GOD STEVE. I told you about my pain through the phone. I told you I don’t have faith anymore….I’m the kind that keeps everything to themselves and smile like nothing is going on…but on that  day, I don’t know how I opened up…You stopped everything you were doing and we prayed about 4 times.

I had no Faith coz I visited major hospitals here in USA where the different machines could not find anything. I was in extreme pain but I thought it’s normal to me and I accepted my painful life. But that was not true because now I am pain free. I pushed people away from me so as not to see me in pain but Your God did it for me.

MAY HE CONTINUE USING YOU. THANK YOU AND MORE BLESSINGS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. I still don’t believe yet that I can sleep without pain meds… your God came Himself… I shed tears of Joy🙏🙏🙏🙏 and I will Forever be Grateful.”

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Miguna Miguna, Dallas-Based Promoter Clash over ‘Stolen’ $20,000 Raised During His US Tour



National Resistance Movement self-declared general Miguna Miguna is accusing a group of Kenyan promoters based in Dallas, Texas of stealing $20,000  from him during his tour to popularize NRM in the US city.

Miguna toured Dallas on March 10th, where he held meetings with Kenyan diaspora community and wooed them to support his NRM agenda.

His visit was organized by a Kenyan promoter, Steve Aseno, who among others; booked the meeting hall and arranged for Miguna’s flight.

The former Nairobi gubernatorial aspirant delivered a speech to his followers in Dallas, which was followed by a fundraiser to raise cash to help him foot legal bills and fix the damaged doors, which were broken by police during his arrest at his Runda home.

Miguna now claims that Aseno swindled $20,000 raised from the Dallas meeting. He said the Kenyan promoter declined to give him the whole amount donated during the fund drive.

Aseno has denied the claims, stating that he even suffered a loss of more than $1,000 from the event.

The promoter said the event flopped after Miguna launched attacks on National Super Alliance (Nasa) leader Raila Odinga over his unity pact with President Kenyatta, days before coming to Dallas.

Aseno said that several of Odinga’s supporters who had confirmed their attendance pulled out after Miguna’s attack on Odinga. Only 114 guests attended. Guests were charged $20 to enter the hall, $10 to take a photo with Miguna and $50 for an unframed photo of Raila.

“Because of Miguna running his mouth, he did not sell a single portrait and the donations became very few to the extent that most supplied had to take a cut for the sake of Miguna,” Aseno stated.

Miguna received $1,195 from the fundraiser and Sh$150 from the photos. Aseno has challenged Miguna to “use logic and explain where the figure of $20,000 came from.”

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