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Mashujaa Day Gala event in Atlanta is happening this Friday




We invite you to a unique Mashujaa Day Gala Dinner Event that will be honoring Our Heroes, Our Heritage & Our Youth. Coming out of a very tough election year in 2017, the mood and time is ripe for the people of Atlanta to come together and celebrate a National Holiday.

This will be a Party like no other to be held on Friday, October 19th at the Country Club of Roswell, a wonderful & pristine location. We have a great Fashion Show by Fashionista extra-ordinaire, Ms. Maureen Njoroge and Music by International DJ Otieno V.

Please bring your dancing shoes, this party will be lit and at the stroke of Midnight, we shall usher in Mashujaa Day in style – Come ready for a fun evening.

Finally, we bring together a great group of people from the great City of Atlanta and Friends of Atlanta to Network with each other.

To get your tickets kindly click on this link – ATLANTA MASHUJAA 2018  or CASHAPP any of the 4 hardworking people below and remember to attach your email just so that we can send you your tickets and a receipt. THANK YOU.


  • Eric Mwangi @678 230 4727 – @Shaggy22
  • Jemimah Wachira @404 973 4047 – Sjemmys
  • Judith Mangwana @770 316 8830 – $JMangwana
  • Penny Macharia @404 259 8520 – $Penny8520
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Eric Mwangi is the Campaign Operations Manager, Mashujaa Day Gala Dinner.

Office:   (678) 518-2269

Mobile: (678) 230-4727


4125 Windward Plaza

Alpharetta, GA 30005

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