Esther Wangari, a Kenyan living in Neuss had recently organized her friends and family to attend the Festival in Neuss to represent Kenya and East Africa. They served chapatis and mandazis at their stand where they displayed colourful Kenyan art.Esther who has been living in Neuss for the past 12 years, since she was 13, feels quite at home in Neuss. She says she loves her culture thus taking part in the festival to display the other side rarely seen. She also took the chance to visit other standards and get to know other cultures from around the world.
The festival organized to celebrate the diversity in cultures in Neuss has been growing from year to year and many people in the town have welcomed it.