All roads are leading to Rome’s Parco Egeria for the first edition of Tembea Kenya Cultural and Business Exchange Forum scheduled for 2nd June 2018.
The Guest of Honour at the event organised by All Kenya Consulting Italy will be Hellen Were, Immigration Attaché at the Kenya Embassy in Rome.
Other special guests will include Mario Beccia from the Italian Agency for Cooperation Development and Cleophas Dioma, the Manager of Italia-Africa Business Week.
“It’s very important for Kenyans in Italy and Italian investors to attend Tembea Kenya Cultural and Business Exchange Forum because the event will enable them discover different investment opportunities in Kenya addition to coming together to celebrate our rich cultural heritage,” says John Mwangi Njoroge, Managing Director, All Kenya Consulting Italy.
The event, set to be one of the biggest ever Kenyan cultural and business forums in Italy, will feature Kenyan property and real estate companies including Heri Homes and Ndatani Enterprises.
Romak Services Ltd, supplier of Best African Outfits, Jewelleries and Artefacts has arrived to showcase their products straight from Kenya at Tembea Kenya Cultural and Business Exchange Forum.
The other organizations expected at the event are African Business Magazine, Africa and Affari, Italia-Africa Business Week and Wema, an NGO founded by a Kenyan family in Rome.
Guests will be entertained by the famous Mijikenda Troupe from Lecce, Traditional Kikuyu Dancers and Afrodanza Troupe from Rome headed by Barbara Mousy.
The event will also feature a Kenyan fashion show coordinated by Tabitha M. Ngetich and latest hot Kenyan music by DJ Ras Ibrah.
All the guests will have a rare opportunity of tasting and enjoying a variety of Kenyan dishes including Nyama Choma, Kachumbari, Pilau, Chapatis, Samosas, Githeri, etc., prepared by Chef Ephraim Ngui and other Kenyan chefs in Italy.
Tembea Kenya Cultural and Business Exchange Forum will take place on 2nd June 2018, from 9:00 to 20:00, at Parco Egeria – Via dell’Almone 105, Cap 00179 Rome, Italy.
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By Stephen Ogongo Ongong’a