Mike Mulwa Ngangi, the 29 year old Kenyan whose recent killing in Birmingham Alabama, has caused a public outcry among Kenyans in the US, was among the first people in 2012 to thank the then president Barack Obama for his decree allowing young illegal immigrants to pursue their dreams without being bothered by the authorities.

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NTV’s correspondent BMJ Muriithi took a look at the implication of the surprise move and sought the views of some of the Kenyans residing in the United States. Mulwa was among those interviewed. Watch courtesy of NTV Kenya:

Watch the English version below

Friends and family are meeting at his residence at 4940 Pinehurst Circle, Acworth, GA 30101.

A  fundraiser and memorial will be held at KACC church on June 11, 2017  at 2pm. The address is 771 Elberta Dr, Marietta, GA 30066.

 

For more details contact:

  • Januaries Kyalo: 404-552-4122
  • Tony Warui Ndavi: 678-499-6275
  • Margaret Ndegwa: 770-312-3431
  • Paul Kiunyu: 678-558-2354

Mike is survived by daughter Kyla Mweni, son Kyle and wife Margaret Munuhe who is expectant and due in 3 weeks, all of Atlanta, GA. Also survived by his parents and older brother in Kenya.

Remember his family here and back home in your prayers.

Donations towards the funeral costs are being accepted at this GodFundMe account: gofundme.com/mike-254skillls-mulwa-memorial-fund

Funds can also be sent via CashApp to Brigit Mugo (404-328-8676 ) –  CashApp handle: $mike254memorial

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