Thirty years after her predecessor Margaret Thatcher toured Kenya, British Prime Minister Theresa May has visited the country for a day-long visit.
May, who is on a charm offensive targeting the Sub-Saharan region, for renewed partnerships in the post-Brexit period, landed in Kenya from Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday 6:30am.
She was received by top Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials including Cabinet Secretary Monica Juma and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko.
Her delegation then proceeded to State House for a meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta where she was welcomed with a 19-gun salute, two shy from the 21-gun salute accorded to presidents.
Here are some of the pictures of meeting at State House, Nairobi, and the eventual joint press briefing between the two nations.
May then proceeded to inspect a military guard of honour (Pictures by Reuters and AFP)
Joint Press Briefing
She is expected at Embakasi where she will open a new cybercrime security wing.
Later, together with President Uhuru Kenyatta they will address a business forum at the Strathmore University and later proceed to the United Nations offices at Gigiri.