African Clothes and Hand-bags on Sale

By Jeff Habyarimana

As Kyangwali News is working had to introduce online African Market, a new refugee arrival in the city of Scranton, Pennsylvania has contacted us with his goods he is selling. The items being sold includes handbags for women, Bubu and Bitenge. If you are interested, you can contact Kyangwali News with an inquiry on whether the goods are in stock or not. This weekend, according to

Kyangwalinews founder, the website will incorporate a section for the sale of African goods online to the refugee community. He also called for the community to support the news website by advertising and contributing articles on weekly basis. He said, “ We need this news site so bad, it’s our online credible news source and it needs the support of the refugee community here in the U.S.

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