Death Anouncement of H.E Emilio Mwai Kibaki – The Third President of Kenya

It is with deep sorrow we announce the passing of H.E Emilio Mwai Kibaki on 22nd April 2022 who was the third President of Kenya. He lived a distinguished life dedicated to public service.

H.E. Kibaki espoused great leadership and made major contributions in the development of the nation, the continent and globally. The Embassy wishes to join the rest of Kenyans and friends of Kenya in mourning the passing of a true African statesman.

The Embassy has opened a condolence book at the Chancery to honor his legacy from Wednesday 27th April to Friday 29th April from 10:00hrs to 15:00hrs. E-messages of condolence can be sent to May the soul of H.E. Mwai Kibaki Rest in Peace.

Africa Day Celebration 2021

Today Ambassador Josphat K.Maikara, MBS in his capacity as Dean of the African Group of Ambassadors at the 2021 #Africaday celebrations, espoused the need to tap into Africa’s heritage and cultural diversity as a catalyst for socio-economic development and integration of the African continent.

The celebrations were held at the Diplomatic Academy of Angola and the chief guest was H.E. Domingos Vieira Lopes, Secretary of State for International Cooperation representing H.E. Téte António, Minister for External Relations of Angola.

In addition, the African Group of Ambassadors donated Kwanzas 3,271,000.00 to the campaign “Abraço Solidário, Somos Angola” towards humanitarian assistance to victims affected by the drought in southern Angola.

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Tourism Protocols Booklet

As we rise from the COVID-19 pandemic, Kenya’s tourism sector has developed tourism and hospitality protocols on health and safety to mitigate the effects of the disruptions caused by the corona virus disease in business and people’s livelihoods. These protocols will ensure Kenya is a safe destination for tourists and tourism business. Kenya is ready to receive you!

The Tourism Protocols Booklet is attached here: