Diplo­matic Pro­to­col Firm Comes to Kenya

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Afirm that spe­cialises in pro­vid­ing pro­to­col ser­vices to diplo­matic mis­sions, United Na­tion agen­cies and ex­pa­tri­ate or­gan­i­sa­tions in Kenya has found a niche in Nairobi.

To­riah Group pro­vides an ef­fi­cient and seam­less ser­vice to the dozens of em­bassies and diplo­matic mis­sions, which face has­sles when or­gan­is­ing na­tional days and other an­niver­saries or host of­fi­cials and business del­e­ga­tions from their home coun­tries.

Ac­cord­ing to the Group founder and Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer, Ms Be­nine Muri­ithi, her pas­sion for prob­lem-solv­ing with min­i­mum dis­trac­tion is what drove her to the rarefied niche of of­fer­ing con­sul­tancy ser­vices in diplo­matic mat­ters, pro­to­col and business eti­quette. She of­fers cour­ses on the same too.

With her vast ex­pe­ri­ence gained from the United Na­tions In­sti­tute


for Train­ing and Re­search (UNITAR), and hav­ing worked with the or­gan­i­sa­tion as a com­mu­ni­ca­tion spe­cial­ist for over 10 years, Muri­ithi re­alised there was a huge gap in ob­serv­ing in­ter­na­tional pro­to­col and diplo­matic con­duct in the coun­try.

To­riah Group spe­cialises in three main ar­eas; con­sul­tancy, train­ing and diplo­matic event man­age­ment. “I re­alised that most in­sti­tu­tions and gov­ern­ment de­part­ments only en­gage in pub­lic re­la­tions with most of them out­sourc­ing th­ese ser­vices. I thought of how to bridge this gap,” she says. The Group’s main ob­jec­tive is to of­fer tai­lor-made ser­vices to sat­isfy its client’s in­di­vid­ual re­quire­ments to en­sure its mes­sage, pres­ence and re­quire­ments are met.

“We of­fer end- to- end event co­or­di­na­tion and man­age­ment for diplo­matic events such as na­tional/in­de­pen­dence days,

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