China to build Kenya’s Foreign Affairs Headquarters

China has built the headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa

Kenya’s Foreign Affairs Principal Secretary Amb. Macharia Kamau with Chinese Ambassador to Kenya H.E. Zhou Pingjian

The Chinese government has committed to building Kenya’s new headquarters for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

During a ceremony, the Chinese government donated two VIP buses to the Foreign Affairs ministry terming it as a ‘token of friendship’.

Chinese Ambassador to Nairobi, Mr Zhou Pingjian who has previously worked as Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria said that the Chinese government is fully committed to enhancing the relationship between China and Kenya through developmental efforts.

Principal Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Macharia Kamau said he was hopeful that China’s pledge will be implemented in the next three or four years.

However, details on when the project will kick off are yet to be announced.

China has in the past built the headquarters of the African Union in Addis Ababa in Ethiopia amidst backlash of their involvement in Africa.

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