Kenyans told to embrace global connectivity and dialogue | Daily Nation

Kenyans told to embrace global connectivity and dialogue | Daily Nation
Dignitaries during the Aga Khan Music Initiative performance at Khoja Mosque in Nairobi on Friday. PHOTO | DENNIS ONSONGO | NATION MEDIA GROUP

The message of pluralism took centre-stage as Kenya celebrated the Aga Khan’s Diamond Jubilee at Khoja Mosque, Nairobi.

During the music-themed event, Dr Azim Lakhani, the Diplomatic Representative of Aga Khan Development Network Kenya said with the advent of global connectivity, the world was undeniably shrinking.

This, he said, provided a fitting platform for convergence towards a common culture with the interconnectivity providing opportunities for people and their diverse cultures and expressions through food, art, dressing, architecture, dance and music.

Source: Daily Nation / Brian Okinda / March 9, 2018

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