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Nancy Moraa
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Not so young anymore.....
I am a very interesting wont be me.
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I can play a guitar fairly well
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Kenya - Nairobi - Kisii - Kangundo - Nyamira - Samburu - Mombasa - Eldoret - Matunda
  • Homeboyz Entertainment Limited
    Data Analyst, 2016 - present
  • Transition City
    Programmer, 2010 - 2016
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