On another occasion destined to put our community together under the Chairmanship of George Mokuasi being assisted by Stanely Omweri, the DFW and Diaspora at large will this Saturday the 15th of Aug. gather together at Bob Duncan center 2800 S. CENTER ST. ARLINGTON, TEXAS 76014 as from 3 pm to 10 pm for the main purpose of soliciting for more computers to be sent to Kenya on a great Mission that started a year ago by one able CEO Nyangenya Bw’Omanga.
It was June 6th last year when one of the biggest event to distribute the pioneer program brought together big and small, from far and wide with a major representation from Diaspora in the spirit of “giving back to the community.” Indeed, in the first ever program, 60 computers reached the hands of 17 schools a great difference and true are the words,” Having constant supporters and people who are always there and always giving back and knowing that they’re loving what you’re doing is always awesome to see.”
The director of public health T arrant County Dr. Wanda Floyd has confirmed all is set for Saturday, she will personally attend . A great moment for kids to be taught for free on programming, as adults celebrate with plenty of African foods, a free med-camp and much more.
The event shall be aired live at AGR USA a media that has been in the front line to market and bring to light many more projects. The communications co-coordinator Hon. Dominic Mang’erere who also happens to be a 2017 parliamentary aspirant from Bobasi confirms that all is set and as to now, a total of computers have been realized.
In the latest program, one donates a computer to his/her school of choice and under Vision 2020 it is shipped and shall be collected in a giantic event to come. for more and live updates follow COMPUTER HARVEST DAY-VISION 2020 on facebook and as well contact VISION 2020 WEBSITE