Uhuru welcomes six new ambassadors to Kenya, pledges maximum support
Asher Omondi|March. 12, 2019
- They are from Botswana, United States of America, Chile, Ethiopia, Korea and Iceland
- US Ambassador Kyle McCarter said he was delighted to work in Kenya again
- Kyle express optimism the two nations will work together in areas of graft and democracy
President Uhuru Kenyatta has received letters of credence from six incoming envoys following their successful appointment by respective nations.
Those who presented their credentials to Uhuru will represent from Botswana, United States of America, Chile, Ethiopia, Korea and Iceland.
During the Tuesday, March 11 meeting, the Head of State pledged to work with each country to strengthen international ties in cooperation and bilateral relations for the good of the citizens.
"I have today received letters of credence from six incoming envoys. Welcome to Kenya and feel at home. I look forward to working with you to strengthen the cooperation and bilateral relations for the benefit of the people of our countries," he affirmed.
Swahili-speaking newly appointed US Ambassador Kyle McCarter who previously served as Illinois Senator until his nomination in March 2019, said he was delighted to work in Kenya.
Kyle express optimism the two nations will work together in areas of graft and democracy to ensure Kenya is not deprived of potential.
"I am honoured to serve in Kenya. My wife and I are overjoyed to come and work in Kenya where we served in Tharaka-Nithi 30 years ago. Corruption should not rob Kenya of robust economy and democracy. Thank you," he said.
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