On July 30th, 2015, the Kenya Society marked its 25th anniversary at the annual summer garden party hosted by Kenya’s High Commissioner to the UK H.E Lazarus Amayo and Mrs. Amayo at the Kenya House.
The Kenya High Commissioner to the UK H.E Lazarus O. Amayo attended Maasai Cultural Evening on Friday July 17, 2015 hosted by the Kenya Society, at the Royal Overseas Club. The Kenya society is a non-profit organization established in 1989 with an aim of fostering friendship between the peoples of the United Kingdom and Kenya
The High Commissioner H.E. Lazarus Amayo, Deputy Head of Mission, Amb. Jackline Yonga and officials from the Mission held a meeting with representatives of Kenya Community Rebuild (KCR) on 14th July 2015. KCR is an organisation whose mandate is to build a visible and vibrant Kenyan diaspora through training, counselling and development support. The Kenya […]
On July 12th, 2015 The High Commissioner H.E Lazarus Amayo attended a Diaspora meeting at the Coventry University. The purpose of his visit was to engage with the diaspora and brief them on reforms and development in Kenya as well as provide them information on the services offered by the High Commission in London. The […]
On Saturday, 4th July 2015, Amb. Jackline Yonga, Deputy Head of Mission attended the Barking Folk Festival at Barking Town Hall organised by London Borough of Barking and Dagenham to celebrate their 50th anniversary.
On the 26th of June, 2015 The Face of Kenya took place at the Royal National Hotel with over 500 people in attendance. The Face of Kenya showcases the talent of Men and Women from the Kenyan Diaspora that exemplify attributes such as community building, charity and overall love for Kenya. What makes this pageant […]