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 […]
Margaret Lesuuda the Kenya High Commission UK Education Attaché attended a farewell reception of the 2015 graduating recipients of the commonwealth scholarship and fellowships program at the Foreign Commonwealth Office.
On July 10th, 2015, Margaret Lesuuda the Kenya High Commission Education Attaché was the Guest of Honour and Speaker at Nelson Primary School for it’s Inauguration as a Global Learning Expert Centre, presentation of Gold Award Primary Science Quality Mark, The London Music Award and celebrating the continued successful partnership with St Joseph Combined Academy, […]
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.
Kenya has been ranked first for the highest representation of women as board directors in the continent, as per the report released last month by the African Development Bank (AfDB) at the World Economic Forum Africa.
On July 2nd, H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta officially opened Africa’s biggest wind power project in Laisamis, Marsabit making a huge step towards leading in green energy production in the continent. The project will cost €623 million making it the biggest single private sector initiative on the African Continent.