DCI, DPP & British High Commissioner Party in Mombasa [PHOTOS & VIDEO]
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss, George Kinoti, Director of Public Prosecutions- Noordin Haji and the British High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey, unwinded during an exclusive party held in Mombasa on Thursday night.
Various dignitaries had gathered to celebrate Queen Elizabeth the 2nd's birthday as well as the excellent relations enjoyed between Kenya and the United Kingdom (UK).
Reports revealed that the party had various fun-filled activities such as photo booths, live music, creative art presentations, with fish & chips (a delicacy in the UK) served in plenty.
Mr Hailey, while making his toast speech, revealed his fond ties to President Uhuru and went on to acknowledge Queen Elizabeth the 2nd
"First I'd like to toast to the health and long life of his Excellency the President Uhuru Kenyatta, second is to her majesty Queen Elizabeth the second," the high commissioner remarked as they sipped some beverages.
He had earlier on expressed that Mombasa and the Coast in general were special to the UK, affirming that it was the reason behind their choice of location for the high-end party, adding that both countries were committed to blue economy ( sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth, improved livelihoods, and jobs while preserving the health of ocean ecosystem).
British Deputy High Commissioner, Susie Kitchens, was also present at what she later described as 'quite the party' alongside other key stakeholders representing both countries.
Ambassador Hailey had earlier on during the day accompanied Mr Kinoti and Mr Haji for a ground-breaking ceremony of the new UK supported Anti Terror Police Unit (ATPU) headquarters in Mombasa.
Mr Kinoti revealed that the UK had offered invaluable help in terms of capacity building and counter-terrorism training.
Here is a video & photo montage of the Queen's party in Mombasa:
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