H.H. The Aga Khan at the AKU Convocation in NAIROBI - His Highness The Aga Khan announced that soon two more Schools, Leadership and Management as well as Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism will share the building with the Media Schoolof the AKU in Nairobi. Expanded knowledge will be key to progress. The Arusha Campus will open In 2019 .
H.H. The Aga Khan Arrives in Kenya during His Golden Jubilee East Africa Visit.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday morning held talks with Prince Amyn Aga Khan, the younger brother of His Highness the Aga Khan, who paid him a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi.
At the meeting, Prince Amyn briefed President Kenyatta on the on-going programmes of the Aga Khan Development Network in the country and the region.
President Kenyatta commended the Aga Khan Development Network for its contribution to the country’s development, especially in areas of education and health.
Remarks by His Highness the Aga Khan at the Ceremony Commissioning the new Printing Press for the Nation Media Group 2016-03-17Posted March 17th, 2016 by librarian-hd
Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru
Cabinet Secretary Adan Mohamed
Governor of Machakos County, Dr Alfred Mutua
Excellencies, Members of the Diplomatic Corps
NMG Chairman Wilfred Kiboro
Ladies and Gentlemen
This is a great day for the Nation Media Group and for the media community in Kenya, as we take a major step forward in our efforts to serve this country and this region ever more effectively.
There are 3 Video of 17 March 2016 Nation Media new Printing Press opening and speech of H.H. The Aga Khan
QTV long Video now available![/b]
Also The shorter NTV Video clip is now available:
From AKDN, we get this Video on Youtube
Machakos County, Nairobi, Kenya, 17th March 2016 – His Highness the Aga Khan today emphasized the importance of reliable and trustworthy media in a world filled with multiple sources of information.
There is something about Kenya that many of our people don't seem to fully appreciate.
This is that we are a vibrant democracy surrounded by authoritarian states. Indeed I would say that some of the nations in our neighbourhood are "militaristic authoritarian states". Think about it for a minute.
In Tanzania, it's only now for the first time that there is a genuine chance of the opposition parties wresting power from the Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), which has ruled since independence.
For all intents and purposes, Tanzania has been a single party state for the last 50 years.
Speech by H.H. the Aga Khan at the Inauguration of the Heart and Cancer Centre at the AKU Hospital, Nairobi 2011-07-25Posted June 20th, 2015 by librarian-hd
Your Excellency President Mwai Kibaki, President and Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces of the Republic of Kenya
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Honorable Uhuru Kenyatta
Minister for Medical Services, Honorable Professor Peter Anyang’ Nyong’o
Chief Executive Officer of Agence Francaise de Developpement, Mr. Zerah
Honorable Ministers, Your Excellencies
Members of the Corps Diplomatic
Chairman and Members of the Board of Trustees of the Aga Khan University
Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen
Follow-up to Paris Conference 1975. The 1980 Nairobi Ismailia Association International Review Meeting.
This is the paper presented at the Ismailia Association International Review Meeting in Nairobi, Kenya on 1980 by the Ismailia Association for Canada.
|Year of Publication||1980|
|Short Title||Our Modern Ginanic Litterature|
|Publisher||H.H. The Aga Khan Shia Imami Ismailia Association for Canada|
Around 200 pages
|Volume and Pages||Part 1|
|Key Words||Ismailia Association; Paris; Conference; 1975; review; nairobi; 1980 changes; ginan|
Speech by His Highness the Aga Khan at the Aga Khan University Convocation, Nairobi, Kenya
Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKJ6fZ46MbM
02 March 2015
Trustees and President of the University,
Members of the Diplomatic Corps,
Deans, Faculty and Staff of the University,
Parents, Donors, Supporters and Distinguished Guests,
Hamjambo and Karibuni. Hongera, Wanafunzi wote. You see, I’m learning a little Swahili.