On 26th November 2016, the High Commissioner, H.E Lazarus Amayo and Mrs. Nelly Amayo attended Kevin Kararwa Leukaemia Trust Awareness Event that was held in Dagenham Essex, United Kingdom. The event was held to sensitize and encourage people especially black and ethnic minorities on the need to register in the bone marrow register.
On 24th November 2016, the High Commissioner, H.E Lazarus Amayo held a meeting with Sir William Cash MP, Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Kenya Group where they deliberated on the current state of affairs on Kenya UK relations and ways of deepening the existing good relations between the two countries.
The High Commissioner, His Excellency Lazarus Amayo on Wednesday 23 November 2016 attended an evening event at the Royal Geographical Society that was held to promote the work of two internationally renowned Kenyan conservationists: Dr Dino Martins and Dr Paula Kahumbu.
The High Commission in association with Liverpool Commonwealth Association and Liverpool & Sefton Chamber of Commerce are organising a “Kenyan Business Forum.” It takes place at Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, Number One Old Hall Street, Liverpool, L3 9HG on Wednesday, 30th November 2016 from 9:00 am till 12:30 pm followed by a meeting between the […]
Ministers responsible for East Africa Community, have endorsed their Kenyan colleague, Amb. Amina Mohamed, for the position of African Union Commission Chairperson person due for election in January 2017
The World Bank has praised Kenya for using telephone banking to curb hunger and poverty. Speaking in Morocco, during the UN climate change conference, World Bank’s Senior Director of Climate Change, John Roome, reiterated that Kenya’s success in mobile banking can be imitated worldwide.