Perhaps nothing exemplifies the saying that Kenya is a land of non-natives best than what is happening to people living in the land of our former colonizer.
Kenya’s historical preoccupation with being an attractive destination for foreigners and their money has come at the expense of catering to the needs and aspirations of its citizens. – Dr Wandia Njoya, lecturer
Manoah Esipisu, Kenya’s ambassador to London, United Kingdom was appointed to that office in July 2018. But 2 years into the management, Kenyans in London are crying foul.
Such a great opportunity to interact with hundreds of Kenyans who attended and asked or made 179 comments which were all responded to. Looking forward to the next engagement soon.
Email [email protected] to follow-up on any issues. 2/2 pic.twitter.com/ZpF0Ddaeeb
— Manoah Esipisu MBS (@MEsipisu) March 17, 2021
The Kenyan London Embassy has been closed to Kenyans since last year March. The embassy services are available based on tribal lineage and must now be called back by state House Kenya. Kenyans cannot renew passports not able to obtain IDs as expected. We have held a town hall meeting with HE Ambassador but was provided with very vague and website based narratives.
Please pass this message to Dr Matiang’i as we contemplate others means, including Uk Parliament and Commonwealth offices, to highlight the impact of this abandonment and dereliction of duty by the Kenyan government.
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