Kenya:How Kenyan Celebs Plan to Spend Valentine's Day

By AllAfrica News
2018.02.14. 06:24
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[Nairobi News] While a majority of Kenyans will be spending the day at work, the festivities will begin in the evening for those who are keen on Valentine, where they perhaps spend time with their significant others....



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