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Saturday, June 24, 2017

British Institute hosts Art Against Slavery exhibition

Wambui Kamiru's briefcase installation "Suitcase Commodity"
Wambui Kamiru's briefcase installation "Suitcase Commodity"

Awareness Against Human Trafficking is a non-governmental organisation dedicated to ending human trafficking, also known as modern slavery, in Kenya.

It has been hosting an art exhibition in Nairobi to show just how bad modern slavery is. The exhibition includes works of well known artists like Wambui Kamiru, Godfrey “Gado” Mwampembwa, Otieno Gomba, Silvester Mwangi and Mutua Matheka.

This Monday it was the turn of the Kileleshwa, Hurlingham based British Institute to host the highly regarded exhibition.

In attendance were Awareness Against Human Trafficking director Rodoslaw Malinowski and Cradle's Prudence Mutiso.

 


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