His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta today held talks with British  Prime Minister the Rt. Hon Theresa May. They reflected on the strong relations between Kenya and the United Kingdom and explored ways of bolstering  the existing ties. This was the first State Visit by a British PM in 30 years.  

The Rt Hon Theresa May assures Kenya of continued access of the UK’s market through the current duty-free arrangement Post-Brexit

NAIROBI, 30th August 2018, (PSCU) — Kenya’s fierce war on corruption has received a major boost after Britain signed a key agreement to repatriate all proceeds of crime stashed away in all its jurisdictions. At State House Nairobi today, President Kenyatta and the visiting British Prime Minister Theresa May witnessed the signing of an agreement […]

The Acting High Commissioner, Mrs Grace Cerere flags off “How well do you know Kenya campaign”

Kenya’s tourism is set to open a new page after a group of talented British professional Euro-African vocalists were flagged off this morning at the Kenya High Commission in London. The group under the banner “How well do you know Kenya campaign” was received by Grace Cerere, the acting High Commissioner. ‘Welcome to Kenya. I welcome your planned […]