Dr. Olel's Memorial

WHEN

January 19, 2022 at 4:00pm - 8pm

WHERE

National Museum of Kenya


67 RSVPS

Stephen Ogwere Dr. Joyce Misoi Esther wanza Mutiso Hika Kamau Paswell Angungu Austine Onyango Marie-Claire Wangari Gacheke Gachihi Keru Mugera Raheem Wilson Dr Davji  Atellah Bhimji Mitchelle Kagotho Mamati Chebosi Grace Mwende Njeri Irungu Daisy Ochieng Patrick Onyango Paddy Nthusi Muinde Stephen Mugacho Bett Naomi Dr. Samuel Kabere(incarcerated at Nyayo Hse 1987) Njenga Khadija Ibrahim khad Onyango Ndong’a Steve Sabai Fred Ogwena Njoki Kangethe Suba Churchill Johnstone Wangai Philip Kajimba Edwin Shitemi Brian Gichuki Waringa Wahome Kiama Kiama Pauline Wachira Victor Makori Joyce Kumberell Faith Anne Laura Nyiha Alphonce Were Dennis Miskellah Collins Omolo Samson Kuboko Munuve John Bibian Akinyi Bidian Okoth Ofula Javan Peter Kihara Hannah Wangari

Who's RSVPing

The late Shujaa Olel is an inspiration to all Kenyans. In the darkest, most dictatorial period of Kenya’s post-colonial history, Dr. Odhiambo Olel remained committed to the right to free expression, assembly and healthcare. For at least two decades, he treated Kenyans denied healthcare including founding father Jaramogi Oginga Odinga and was himself detained in the infamous Nyayo House chambers. Join us as doctors, human rights defenders, creatives and leaders of the second liberation celebrate his life and draw insights for Kenya today.

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