SOCIETY

St Patrick’s Day marked with pomp

Business Ireland Kenya recently hosted St Patrick’s Day at Kengeles, Lavington, to celebrate the achievements of members.

Traditional Irish band Coille headlined the event, which seeks to create a networking platform that connects different Irish people with businesses here in Kenya.

It also aims to encourage more people or Irish heritage to invest in the country.

 

Irish charge d'affaires Lisa Doherty chats with BIK members
Irish charge d'affaires Lisa Doherty chats with BIK members
Image: Moses Mwangi
Irish traditional band Coille
Irish traditional band Coille
Image: Moses Mwangi
Business Ireland Kenya chairman Darren Gillen and Niali Meany
Business Ireland Kenya chairman Darren Gillen and Niali Meany
Image: Moses Mwangi
Overview of the social event
Overview of the social event
Image: Moses Mwangi
BIK members dressed in Irish costumes
BIK members dressed in Irish costumes
Image: Moses Mwangi