BROCKTON, Mass. — Not only did a delegation of Kenya credit union leaders get to celebrate the achievement of their native son, President-elect Obama, but they also wound up spending time at HarborOne CU’s long-touted Multi-Cultural Banking Center, a-year-old community facility targeted to help the low income.

The group of nine, here this week for a U.S. visit, slated to return to Kenya today, represented the Kenya Union of Savings & Credit Co-operatives and were brought here under auspices of the World Council of Credit Unions with a Boston area trip coordinated by the Massachusetts Credit Union League.

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