In Summary

British Prime Minister Theresa May visited Kenya on Thursday in what was the first visit by a sitting  British PM since Margaret Thatcher in 1988.

May was accorded State reception at State House by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In her speech, Theresa May said Kenya holds a special place in the hearts of the British People.

She also said Kenya is a country of huge investment opportunities and that her visit would see them sign partnerships on the same.

Chams Media covered May's visit and you can watch her full speech in the video attached.

 

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