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Joel Okwemba’s life-changing opportunity came along when he enrolled at the Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies at the University of Nairobi. “I studied a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies, majoring in security studies. The course molded me to become a liberal thinker, one who is able to view issues from a global perspective,” he explains.
The Daily Nation, January 25 2019 In Session
Making remarks during the 2nd session of the Nairobi International Political Forum. Speaking at Pangani Girls High School, during the official visit of the Political Affairs Director at the Embassy of Ireland Ms. Teresa Sweeney. Speaking at Starehe Boys’ Centre and School during the visit by His Excellency Amb. Dr. Vincent O’Neil of the Embassy of Ireland. Leading the Media Forum which convened the Diplomatic Corps, Members of the Fourth Estate, Academia and Private Sector in seeking to find ways to enhance public interest in Global Affairs. Partnerships
With the Know Your World Initiative team under the auspices of the Centre for International and Security Affairs (CISA). With Ambassador Sahle Work-Zewde – First Female President of Ethiopia during the 2nd Session of the Nairobi International Political Forum With Ambassador Amina Mohammed (right), Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs (2013-2017) and His Excellency Dr. Christian Turner, Former British High Commissioner to Kenya (left), during the celebrations of the Queen’s Birthday With Hon. Ekwe Ethuro, Former Speaker of the Senate of Kenya and His Excellency Ambassador John Moreti, Former Botswana High Commissioner to Eastern Africa, during the commemoration of the 49th Anniversary of Independence of Botswana