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DENZEL HOSTS HEBRON MOSOMI PRES. K4C LIVE

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Names: Hebron Mosomi Gender: Male Age: 33 Residence: Currently USA Occupation: Business: CEO- Metro Rent a Car Corporation - Spent early childhood growing up in Easlands Nairobi, Attended Pumwani Primary School (Nairobi) Class 1-5. - Relocated to Kisii and Schooled in Kegati Priamry School (Class 6-8). - Attended Lenana High School Form 1-4. Graduated in Class of 1995 - Worked in London, UK 1996-1997 August - Relocated to the US in 1997 to pursue College Studies - Admitted in Navaroo College in Corsicana Texas - Majored in Computer Science and Business - Graduated in Dec 2000 - Worked for ATX Technologies- Merdecedes Department for 2yrs - Resigned in 2002 and Co-founded Franco Financial Solutions Corporation in Dallas (Accounting)- Co-owner - Founded Metro Rent A Car Corporation in 2007- Current CEO POLITICS AND K4C - Founded Kenyans for Change in Nov 2008 on Social media- Facebook, Inspired by the election of Barack Obama. - Elected Chair of Kenyans for Change in Sept 2009 at the Leadership Summit held in Dallas K4C ACCOMPLISHMENTS: - Leadership Summit in Sept 2009 to launch the movement saw 10 States Represented. - Opened an office in Nairobi in 2010 for Homeland Operations - Launched Project Amani under the Youth Department- Several showcasings in Kenya - Launched "Bodaboda Project" in partnership with USAID and Kenya Transition Initiative (KTI) to champion new constitution - "The Truth Project" TV program in Kenya to enlighted Kenyans on the Myths and truths about the draft constitution. CITIZEN - Project Amani Concerrt held in Boston Massachussetts - Launched the "Hot Seat" and invited Martha Karua to Dallas for questioning and a one one one with Kenyans. - Opened discussions with US State Department on empowering Youth in Kenya with Michael Ranneberger.

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