British Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya 2


British Embassy Address, Phone number, Location, Opening hours, Email in Nairobi, Kenya

Address: Upper Hill Road
P.O. Box 30465-00100, Nairobi
Nairobi
Kenya

Phone: Telephone
+254 (0)20 287 3000 / +254 (0)20 2844 000

Email: info.berne@fco.gsi.gov.uk

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Opening hours: Opening Hours : Monday to Thursday: 7am to 4pm and Friday 7am to 1pm
Consular:
Opening hours:
Local time: Monday to Thursday: 7:45am to 2pm
Closed on Friday (except for emergencies)

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  • Normi Noel

    Dear British Embassy Agent,
    My Maasai safari guide and friend is in the process of starting up his own family safari company out of Nairobi, and I want to help him find the $45k USD to purchase a refurbished land rover, which he has identified. He is a twenty year veteran, and will be very successful, as he is brilliant at his job, and a credit to the industry and your wonderful country. At this time, he says there are no incentives or loans possible, and I’m wondering if you might help me find some form of small business initiative that might be able to provide a loan, or step in that direction? Once the pandemic has died down, people will be traveling again to your incredible parks and reserves, and I know he will create a very successful business out of this, enabling him to quickly re-pay the loan.

    Thankyou so much for any information or ideas you might have.

    Asante,
    Normi Noel

  • Greer Ballantine

    Good morning,

    I am a British citizen who has been badly scammed by an unscrupulous lawyer and his cohorts. I am afraid for my life and the lives of my husband and son.

    I’ve been advised by a senior government lands official, Mr Osman, to contact our embassy. He was introduced to us by an ex-mayoress of Nairobi, a doctor and professor who specializes in helping the elderly. Mr Osman warned us that ‘they could come for us’ and that we would be well advised to go into hiding! He says they will go to any lengths not to be exposed. They have gone very quiet which makes me believe they’re already suspicious. One of them, he told us, a woman adjudicator, is wanted by the authorities.

    We have property we’re desperately trying to sell to be able to return to the UK. It is a precarious situation and we’re at a loss as to what to do due to limited funds. We already sold our one vehicle to be able to meet their demands. That was before we knew we’d been had. We still have another car which we’re also trying to sell to be able to keep afloat in the meantime.

    Please be so kind as to forward this email to the right person/department. We need the embassy to be aware of our situation in case anything untoward should happen. We would appreciated being advised as to what to do in this situation.