President Uhuru Kenyatta has today at the State House, received credentials from six (6) ambassadors and high commissioners recently posted to Kenya.
Half of the envoys will be resident in Kenya while the rest will be based in neighbouring Ethiopia.
“Giovanna Valverde Stark (Costa Rica), Isatu Bundu (Sierra Leone) and Jeronimo Rosa Joao Chivavi (Mozambique) will be resident in Nairobi,” noted the State House.
The non-resident envoys are Nestor Alejandro Rosa Navarro (Uruguay), Jainaba Jagne (The Gambia), and Khadijetou Mbareck Fall (Mauritania).
The President, who was joined by Head of Public Service Dr Joseph Kinyua and Foreign Affairs PS Amb Macharia Kamau, welcomed the envoys to Nairobi and wished them a successful tour of duty in the country.
Kenyatta was yesterday in Addis Ababa for an official working visit where he was received by senior government officials, including Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
During his visit, Uhuru met Ethiopia government officials to discuss issues of mutual concern.
He also witnessed the issuance of a telecommunications licence to Safaricom.
He was accompanied by Cabinet Secretaries Raychelle Omamo (Foreign Affairs) and Joe Mucheru (ICT).