The British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) recently hosted a cultural day to embrace cultural diversity and promote inclusion at Kifaru Barracks in Nairobi.
BATUK Rear, who are based in Kifaru Barracks, hosted the event on Friday 15th March at their base with over 100 personnel in attendance.
The event included members of the civilian workforce, many of whom wore their native costumes with 7 different countries represented.
Following the national presentations came what proved to be the most popular part of the day; sampling foods from around the globe.
Warrant Officer Class 2 (Staff Sergeant Major) Jitendra Tamang from the Royal Gurkha Rifles said the say was “a fantastic opportunity for everyone to celebrate the diversity of the British Army and BATUK – thanks to everyone that took part making this a special day.”