It was truly a pleasure to meet the Indian High commissioner to Kenya Mrs. Suchitra Durai again in Kisumu on Saturday 26th March with her family. During the lunch session in Kisumu Yacht Club, I found that she has a great knowledge of India’s bilateral trade with Kenya and how it can be improved through more opportunities for the business communities of both the countries.
She explained the same more in details in the evening session which was attended by representatives of communities and others. It was a day well spent with her and know more about the initiatives taken by Indian government for NRI communities across the world.
I think its worth sharing this on women’s day that Kenya is truly delighted to have a lady as High commissioner of India to Kenya, Mrs. Suchitra Durai. It was my pleasure to meet her in Nairobi at her office on 7th March 2016.
I was really impressed by her simplicity and professionalism both completely at ease. It is also wonderful to know that the Indian government is taking many new initiatives to help NRI communities to come closer to India.
I am also thrilled to be part of this new development and take forward India Kenya relationship to a greater heights.
I am feeling good that I have something new to share every week. Kenya Vegetarian Club got featured in one of the reputed magazine in Ghana featuring the work we do in the field of Vegetable Farming and Vegetarianism. It is truly my pleasure to associate with the team who also featured some of my articles about the effect of meat production on environment.