One of the UK’s biggest insurer Prudential Plc last year acquired Kenyan Shield Assurance Co. During their first year of operation it has already invested 1.5 billion Kenyan shillings ($16.9 million). The company will be returning to its headquarter building on Wabera Street in Nairobi where it once was from 1959 – 1984
Secretary-general of the UN World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Taleb Rifai arrived in Mombasa from Spain on Thursday (August 20th) to attend the East African Tourism Development forum has shown confidence in the sector growth by signing an MOU agreement with the Ministry of East African Affairs, Commerce and Tourism to promote the sector.
The Anti-poaching campaign has been on the forefront of Kenya’s Wildlife conservation agenda with tougher poaching penalties and an elite Inter-Agency Anti-Poaching Unit comprising of security officers from the Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS), the Administration Police (AP) and the General Service Unit (GSU).
On August 13th, 2015 CNN’s Global Executive Vice President and Managing Director, Tony Maddox, travelled from Atlanta to Nairobi to pay a courtesy call on His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta, C.G.H. at State House, Nairobi, to personally apologize on behalf of CNN International and expressed deep regret after portraying Kenya as a ‘hotbed of terror’ […]
The Kenya High Commissioner to the UK H.E Lazarus Amayo, and the Mission’s staff would like to pass their deepest condolences to the family of Amb. Mwanyengela Ngali who passed on at the Nairobi Hospital on 13th August, 2015.
We wish to inform you of the death of Amb. Mwanyengela Ngali, who was a former High Commissioner of Kenya to the United Kingdom. Ambassador Ngali spent about 28 years in public service, two of them as a Permanent Secretary Ministry of Energy, six as High Commissioner/ Ambassador in the United Kingdom and Canada, and thirteen […]