- Hi Ken O,
Thanks for the footage it was very kind of you, however, most of the clips are for Sarakasi, which i cannot use since i was not part of the activities but good to have them to know more about sarakasi.
Is it possible for you to get me a complete footage for 1. Naivasha meeting with the youth with introductions of who we are and the formulation of the press release conditions of Naivasha youth, 2 the Eldoret showground when we were having a meeting with the family we supported to go back to their original homes, 3 Kuresoi when we were having a meeting with Wanjiru the woman who supported the raped woman whom we didnt meet, and lastly 4 the introduction at Kuresoi during the Kikuyu and Kalenjin historical moments of meeting since the violence began. I have noted that all the places where i had the speeches are missing.
If you cold kindly help me with the complete raw footages rather than the compiled so that i can compile myself it would be helpful so that i can pick what i need from the footages.
Thanks and looking forward.
Wambui RachelOn Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 7:57 PM, Kennedy.O. Owino <nafsiafricaacro@...> wrote:
I admire your great work.
I am so sorry about the delay, i hope the D.V.D you contains
all/most of what you need.
It has comprehensive footage of P.O.P field visits, Peace meetings
and some of Nafsi Africa Acrobats Peace activities.
Please copy the clips you need and give me back the raw copy.
I hope it went well with your donors.
Nafsi Africa Acrobats
--- In email@example.com, "Rachel Kungu"<rachel.kungu@...> wrote:
> Hi Ken,
> I am still insisting on the raw video footage for the fact finding
> and intervention of Mungiki in Naivasha and the rest of the
> You text me that you incurred cost and i have tried calling you in
> kindly let me know how much you incurred then i will pay you.
> DVD you told me to drop in the cyber in town, i went back to check
> didnt get the copy as you promised. What was James going to give
me when you
> were away. I would like to have the raw footage by Friday when our
> will be coming to visit VYP.
> Please let me know, whats the way forward.
> I would like to say that Peace Caravan is now Pertented/
> Voluntary Youth Philanthropists, due to some reasons, and i hope
now VYP can
> now be proud of the project as its property and owner.
> Rachel Wambui Kung'u