British High Commission thanks Kenyan friends and colleagues for their courage and good work responding to DusitD2 attack

UK High Commission thank DusitD2 first responders
Nic Hailey with guests at the event to thank Kenyan friends and colleagues who were in the front line responding to the DusitD2 attack. Photo: Twitter/HCNicHailey

Yesterday evening, the UK High Commission hosted nyama choma for Kenyan friends and colleagues who were in the front line responding to the DusitD2 terrist attack in January.

According to British High Commissioner Nic Hailey, the event was “to say thank you for their courage and good work,” and speaking during the reception, he passed on his thanks to all those involved.

UK High Commission thank DusitD2 first responders
Gusts at the nyama choma event hosted by the British High Commission. Photo: Twitter/HCNicHailey

Following the attack, in which Briton Luke Potter was killed, Mr Hailey had visited St John Ambulance team at the scene of the Riverside attack site where he was briefed on their operations and response to the incident.

Speaking at the time, he said it was “An honour to meet these dedicated and tireless volunteers responding to (the) attack.”

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