Six Kenyans feted by the UK’s Commonwealth University for changing economy in the country


Six Kenyans are have been feted by the UK’s Commonwealth University for their impact in economy and bringing change in the retail business.

Founder of food and beverage company Kevian Kenya Limited, Kimani Rugendo, Supreme Court Judge Smokin, former Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) commissioner Margaret Mwachanya, Parliamentary Service Commission commissioner Adan Keynan and Tinderet Ward MCA Samwel Kipkirui Chepkwony represented Kenyans in the feted list which saw over 40 Africans graduate from the university.

The award, in partnership with the London Graduate School, is in recognition of their consistent service to humanity and leadership.

Dr Keynan is the holder of two Masters degrees; Public Administration from Moi University, and International Relations and Diplomacy from Kenyatta University.