Diaspora National Assembly Euphoria Spread Wings Across “The Diaspora Divide”







The Diaspora National Assembly the new sensation Diaspora wonder group has spread its wings to embrace their idea of unity to the entire Diaspora Worldwide.

This was after disgruntled elements started a petition to oppose their incredible mission of uniting all in the Diaspora. The DNA now has full assemblies in Canada, UK, Germany and Australia and appointed Ambassadors to manage the Assemblies.

The Diaspora National Assembly proud of their origin Kenya, mirrors the National assembly in Kenya.

They have Cabinet secretaries responsible for each area they feel Diaspora would need consultation in times of need from immigration, deportation to the mental illness and depression that have affected many Kenyans.

The Assembly is still waiting to see their views presented to BBI in collaboration with Kenya Patriotic Movement among many others in the Diaspora, to receive the attention it deserves.

The budding group is confident that it has found an assembly that will unite all to speak in one voice while seeking unity.

The unity we are aspiring is the unity of purpose, action and voice.

Unity that enables us to speak with one voice on issues affecting us in the Diaspora as well as in Kenya.

Unity that allows us to be our brothers keepers so that we do not just stand by and watch when bad things happen to any one of us, but must intervene when we can and celebrate when good things happen to others.
As Kenyans in the Diaspora, we realize that our homeland is in danger of losing its place of leadership in the region and throughout the world.

We want to create a Diaspora unity organization that will look beyond our differences and embrace our similarities to reach a consensus on issues affecting us in the Diaspora as well as our families back in Kenya.

We believe we have valuable skills and adequate experiences that we can contribute to improve the governing and improve the prosperity of Kenyans when we demand and are given a voice and eventually a seat at the table of policy and decision making.
At DNA, we want to celebrate our diversity and use it as an asset to further the goals and vision of DNA, while striving to be as inclusive as is humanly possible to ensure a cohesive agenda that can be supported by all in the Diaspora.

DNA wants to work on this cohesiveness first but also brainstorm and develop strategies that can be implemented to enable us to become an integral part of Kenya from wherever we reside.
We all acknowledge that corruption is the biggest blight on our nation. When citizens perceive that the leaders are corrupt and get away with crimes that should be punished, there is no incentive among the citizens to police ourselves or even act different.

You all have heard the saying “The fish rots from the head” so we should demand that our leaders set the tone for conducting themselves with integrity whether in public or as private citizens.
We want to help set an environment where corruption is addressed from the top, by actively exposing and demanding actions for incidences of corruption, we want the government to engage in smart borrowing without mortgaging our country and jeopardizing our sovereignty.

 We want good working roads, schools, hospitals, information security and economic opportunities for all citizens.

We want to see Kenya recapture its leadership position in the region, continent and even globally.

We want Kenya to lead by example in transparency and efficiency in government at all levels, local and National.

 We want loopholes in the judicial system to be closed so that all are subject to the same law with the same penalties, irrespective of economic status, ethnicity or education levels. As for Huduma number forms have revealed that we will all be taxed whether our earnings are in Kenya or outside Kenya. We want to demand that we have a voice at the political table.

Diaspora should not be the Kenyans who are taxed without representation. Even without taxation, we as a block contribute a big proportion of national economy and boost the economic vitality of Kenya through our financial contributions to our family members.

As such, we want to demand a pathway and access to full participation in national elections by allowing voting for all Kenyans in the Diaspora. We want to be not just the voice of Kenyans in the Diaspora but also the voice of those who cannot speak for themselves back home.
We are our brothers’ keepers and therefore as a United Diaspora one of the goal is to also assist those that fall into calamities and value and respect lives of all in the Diaspora worldwide.
 These are few issues we foresee DNA seeking input from members to address as we continue to grow and morph into an organization that speaks for all Kenyans in the Entire Diaspora.
We are therefore appealing to all to make this organization “the next big thing” so that we can start speaking with one voice.
The journey is on therefore, please gear up to realize our visionary goal of Diaspora Unity by participating at DNA assemblies worldwide and spread the word to as many people as possible that are termed as Diaspora all over the World.
When we do not try, failure is 100% guaranteed, but when we try, we reduce the probability of failure and increase the certainty of success.

A determined and a united team can attain the grandest heights many envy and that is exactly what DNA intend to do.

Architect Dr. D.K. GITAU



Hon. Architect Dr. D.K. Gitau-President DNA

Hon. Professor Luke Nyatiki-Deputy President and Leader of task force at DNA

Hon. Kuira Kabiru- Speaker of Diaspora National Assembly at DNA

Hon. Albert Musasia -Chief Whip and Secretary General at DNA

Hon. Kailiba Mutuma- Leader of Majority publicity & Diaspora 2030 Agenda

Hon Alex Karundu- Leader of Business at DNA and 254 trade Liaison Ambassador

Hon Sam Mwaura-CS Ministry of information and broadcasting at DNA

Hon Dr Esther Kanyiri –Liaison Ambassador UK and international relations at DNA

Hon Bob Mwiti- CS Youth Affairs Ministry and Technology at DNA

Hon Peninnah Ndungu-CS  Diaspora Ministry of Health awareness at DNA

Hon Lucy Karuri-CS Women Ministry and Public Holidays Coordinator at DNA

Hon Joseph Lister Nyaringo- CS Ministry of Diaspora Groups Cordination and Empowerment

Hon Joe Mungai –CS Ministry of Immigration and Deportation Affairs

Hon Professor Jerono Rotich- CS Education and Sports

Hon Edith Kariuki- CS Ministry of Home affairs USA Diaspora

Hon Lily Mwelu Meyer- CS Ministry of Culture and Diaspora Public Holidays

Hon Dr. Constance Mugalla-CS Central Organization for Diaspora Unity at DNA

Jack Gtatume- CS Interior and Diaspora Security

Hon Dr. Agwenyi-CS Ministry of Tourism and International Trade at DNA

Hon Rev Dr. Penny Njoroge- Official DNA Chaplain and Mental Health and Depression Awareness






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