Monday, 11 July 2011

Monday, 30 May 2011

CEO VISIT TO USA

GETTING THE CHAIRMAN JOHN KITHAKA TO FORGET ABOUT FEP EVEN FOR A SECOND IS LIKE TRYING TO TELL A KID TO GO HIDE CANDY FOR A RAINY DAY BECAUSE UPON ARRIVING AT THE ARCH WE GOT TO SEE THE ARCHITECT IN HIM AND EXPERIENCE THE THINKING OF A VISIONARY MAN WHO ALSO WANTS THE FEP- GROUP OF COMPANIES TO BUILD A HOTEL AND WITHIN SECONDS THE CONVERSATION WAS BACK TO FEP AND WE WERE TALKING ABOUT LANDSCAPING, BRIDGES, TREE ALIGNMENTS AND GRASS AS DESIGNS FOR THE HOTEL THAT FEP PLANS TO BUILD.

THE ARCH IS A WONDERFUL PLACE TO VISIT WHEN FEP MEMBERS COME TO THE US
AND ALSO A VERY INFORMATIVE PLACE ABOUT AMERICAN HISTORY FOR OUR
CHILDREN STUDYING AT THE FOUNTAIN SCHOOLS.

ACCORDING TO THE CHAIRMAN’S WORDS WHICH WE COULDN’T HAVE SUMMED UP
ANY BETTER, “THE VISIT WAS WORTH EVERY THOUGHT AND IDEA ABOUT KENYANS
IN THE DIASPORA BEING IN A POSITION TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE VISION OF FEP
THROUGH INNOVATION AND TECHNICAL KNOW HOW
.” _

VIEW ON TOP OF THE ARCH IN ST. LOUIS MISSOURI, 630 FEET, 192 METRES