Ambassador Sarah Serem leaves Kenya for China


    Newly appointed Kenyan envoy to China, Ambassador Sarah Serem officially left Kenya for China February 13th 2019 to start her duty as the Kenya’s Ambassador to China in order to promote relationships between the two countries and to enhance trade and investment.
    One week after her arrival in China, Ambassador Sarah Serem officially presented her letters of credence to President Xi Jinping, as reported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
    Ms. Serem, who was nominated by President Uhuru Kenyatta in June last year, was among those finally cleared to take up their envoy roles this year following months of uncertainty.
    The former Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) chairperson’s posting was initially marred with controversy amid speculation rife that she, among other envoys, had been rejected by their host countries.
    With the energy she had during her tenure in the SRC, Kenyans believe in Ambassador Sarah Serem’s potential hoping that she will be one of the ambassadors that will bring back visible benefits to their mother country hence, people wished her all the best in her new position.