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Tuesday, 4th September, 2012 06.00 Hrs
“…Karibuni kwenye uwanja wa ndege wa kimataifa wa Jomo Kenyatta, mabibi na mabwana.Hapa ndipo tumetamatisha safari yetu kutoka Uholanzi…” (Welcome to Jomo Kenyata International Airport, ladies and gentlemen. This is where we end our flight from Schipol Airport, Amsterdam……)

This was part of a P.A announcement that I made on the early morning of 4th September 2012 on arrival at JKIA from Schipol, Amsterdam. Little did I know that it would also mark the end of a seven year journey with my employer; The Pride of Africa.

Tuesday, 4th September, 2012 06.00 Hrs
“…Karibuni kwenye uwanja wa ndege wa kimataifa wa Jomo Kenyatta, mabibi na mabwana.Hapa ndipo tumetamatisha safari yetu kutoka Uholanzi…” (Welcome to Jomo Kenyata International Airport, ladies and gentlemen. This is where we end our flight from Schipol Airport, Amsterdam……)

This was part of a P.A announcement that I made on the early morning of 4th September 2012 on arrival at JKIA from Schipol, Amsterdam. Little did I know that it would also mark the end of a seven year journey with my employer; The Pride of Africa.

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Tuesday, 4th September, 2012 06.00 Hrs
“…Karibuni kwenye uwanja wa ndege wa kimataifa wa Jomo Kenyatta, mabibi na mabwana.Hapa ndipo tumetamatisha safari yetu kutoka Uholanzi…” (Welcome to Jomo Kenyata International Airport, ladies and gentlemen. This is where we end our flight from Schipol Airport, Amsterdam……)

This was part of a P.A announcement that I made on the early morning of 4th September 2012 on arrival at JKIA from Schipol, Amsterdam. Little did I know that it would also mark the end of a seven year journey with my employer; The Pride of Africa.