Nic Hailey meets Kenyan stakeholders ahead of Theresa May visit

Nic Hailey with Ukur Yatani. Photo: Twitter/LabourSPKE

UK High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey, has been preparing for the visit on Thursday of British Prime Minister Theresa May by visiting a number of Kenyan stakeholders. 

On Monday, he met with Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Charles Keter to discuss expanding areas of co-operation between the UK and Kenya in the energy sector.

Nic Hailey with Charles Keter
Nic Hailey with Charles Keter. Photo: Twitter/ketercharles

The following day, accompanied by the Department for International Development Nikolai Hutchinson, he met Ministry of Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugine Wamalwa where discussions focussed on  supporting devolution and ASALs (Arid and Semi-Arid Lands).

Nic Hailey with Eugine Wamalwa
Nic Hailey with Eugine Wamalwa. Photo: Twitter/EugeneLWamalwa

Later on Tuesday, he visited Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Labour and Social Protection Ukur Yatani as a follow up to the Global Disability Summit and to update his department on Mrs May’s trip.

Nic Hailey with Ukur Yatani
Nic Hailey with Ukur Yatani and his team. Photo: Twitter/LabourSPKE

On the eve of Mrs May’s arrival tomorrow, Mr Hailey met with Ministry of Health Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki to discuss the strengthening of UK and Kenyan partnership in healthcare.

Following the meeting, Mr Hailey Tweeted his thanks Ms Kariuki for their “good exchanges and co-operation”.