Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has said his official goodbye to outgoing British High Commissioner Nic Hailey.
Accompanied by his deputy Susie Kitchens, Mr Hailey was assured by President Kenyatta that he will not relent in the war against corruption.
In a Tweet posted following the meeting from the State House account said: “The President emphasised that no effort will be spared in ensuring that the vice that has been choking the country’s economy is completely destroyed.”
As he continues his farewell series of visits, Mr Hailey revealed how away from his ambassadorial responsibilities, he retreats to his Muthaiga home to satisfy his passion for farming.
Speaking to Citizen TV’s Denis Otieno, Mr Hailey revealed how the produce from the farm helps feed over 4,000 High Commission guests every year.
On Wednesday, Mr Hailey met with Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and ASALs Eugene Wamalwa.
CS Wamalwa said he has appreciated the support the High Commissioner has given towards strengthening devolution through the Department for International Development (DfID) through programmes including SUED.