KFCB Partners With Albinism Society of Kenya

It was yet another great news for albinism society of Kenya (ASK) after Kenya film classification board (KFCB) partnered to help create awareness on issues to do with albinism. This comes after the KFCB chief executive officer Dr. Ezekiel Mutua attended the first ever Mr. and Miss Albinism Kenya on 21 October 2016. Albinism society

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The Golden Girl

Goldalyn Kakuya from the St Ann’s Junior School Lubao in Kakamega County emerged top after scoring 455 marks out of 500 Marks, despite all the challenges that come with albinism. She was the first person with albinism toping the K.C.P.E since the introduction of Kenya Primary School certificate in 1985 when the 8-4-4 system of

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First Female DJ living with Albinism

DJing as a profession started way back in in 1943 by Jimmy Savile where he threw the first DJ party dance. He played jazz records for his guests. A few years later, Savile became the first man to use turntables to keep the music in continuous play. A DJ is person who plays recorded music

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ASK Pays School Fees

Yesterday albinism Society of Kenya under one of its programme dubbed ‘Imarisha Masomo’ paid school fees for fourteen students across the Country. The programme covered one student in pre-Unit, four students in primary school, six students in secondary school, and four students in university/colleges. Parents who accompanied the students today in Albinism Society of Kenya

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